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The Refinery Hotel

The Refinery Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This stylish urban boutique hotel in New York's Garment District is located in a historic building that was once a tea salon and hat factory. The property's past inspired its present industrial-chic design, and small details such as decorative milliner's tools pay homage to the building's former function. In the lobby, cool white stone and Gothic arches are contrasted against colorful contemporary art, while in the rooms, a minimalist black-and-white motif is warmed up by the oak hardwood floors. Features include a fitness center, a lobby bar (named for the historic tea salon's owner), Parker & Quinn bistro, and a cool rooftop bar. The location is within walking distance of popular sights such as the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, and Herald Square.
JW Marriott Essex House New York

JW Marriott Essex House New York Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This large, luxurious Art Deco icon, located on the southern edge of Central Park, evokes the opulence of bygone times. A 2007 resdesign put modern technological amenities in the rooms, and the Essex House is moving comfortably into the future.
WestHouse Hotel New York

WestHouse Hotel New York Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The WestHouse Hotel New York is one of the city's most special boutiques, and easily one of the most luxurious intimate options in this price range in Midtown West. It's on a prime square of real estate, with several train stations within a two block radius and close proximity to numerous sights, including Times Square, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park. The decor is sophisticated, from the marble columns, wall maps and quirky trinkets in the lobby to the 1920s-inspired furnishings in the hotel's 172 rooms and suites. The numerous daily food and drink offerings -- from the breakfast to the happy hour with charcuterie -- add a homey feel, and most guests feel that they are worth the daily fee. If the WestHouse is booked, comparable options in the area include the Chambers and the Refinery Hotel.
The London NYC

The London NYC Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This stylish, all-suite hotel is one of the best luxury deals around -- incredibly large rooms, two on-site restaurants from celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, a central location near Central Park and Times Square, and a great fitness center. All that's missing is an on-site spa.
The Ritz-Carlton New York Central Park

The Ritz-Carlton New York Central Park Rating: 4.5 Pearls

If you're looking for a five-star experience in New York, and you insist on a Ritz, the sister property downtown offers a nearly identical experience for half the price. If you're looking for a five-star experience and insist on being in the thick of things, the Plaza, the St. Regis, and the Mandarin Oriental offer more pizzazz.
Hudson Hotel

Hudson Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Part of the design-oriented Morgan Hotel Group, which also owns the Mondrian brand, the 876-room Hudson Hotel strives to be hip and fun as well as affordable. Its common areas -- lobby, restaurants, and lounges -- are spacious and high-design, offering room to party, relax, hold a meeting, and socialize. The stylish rooms, however, are tiny, accessed by barrack-like hallways and lacking amenities such as minibars and coffeemakers. But most guests are more interested in spending time at the dining and nightlife hot spots on site than staying in. More cultural pursuits from Jazz at Lincoln Center to Carnegie Hall and the Metropolitan Opera are all within walking distance.
Paramount Hotel

Paramount Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Since its 1928 official grand opening, this architectural hotel landmark in French Renaissance style has undergone many changes. Past designers have included Ian Schrager and Philipe Starck, but most recently, renovations to the 597 rooms (completed in 2013 with a hefty price tag) came from interior designer Meyer Davis -- the man behind such NYC hotels and restaurants as The Nolitan and Locanda Verde. It’s no surprise then that the main areas showcase the designer’s work including a jaw-dropping low-lit lobby with DJ sessions and a New American restaurant. Stylish rooms (some really tiny, even by New York standards) have modern furnishings and quality linens, but lack counter space. And be prepared to spend for Wi-Fi -- for every device.
The Out NYC

The Out NYC Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Out NYC opened as one of New York's first hotel specifically tailored for gay travelers, but it has rebranded to broaden its appeal. Indeed, the 105-room boutique property hosts guests of all orientations, including many foreigners drawn by the hotel's central location, sleek design, gorgeous common areas, and hot nightlife. Business travelers also appreciate its proximity to the Javits Convention Center. Rooms are small but filled with features such as natural beauty products, Internet-enabled flat-screen TVs, and absurdly comfortable beds. You won't, however, find any closets -- a cheeky reference to the fact that no one needs to be in the closet here.
Novotel New York

Novotel New York Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This Times Square outlet of a French hotel chain offers stylish rooms, some with great views. The prime location is a major asset: It's just blocks north of Times Square, and within easy walking distance of theaters, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park. Rooms have contemporary decor in white and grey with a few bright pops of color, and modern technologies. There are cheaper upscale hotels in the city, but guests here pay more for the premium location.
Park Central Hotel

Park Central Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With an excellent location and sophisticated decor, the 935-room Park Central is a great upper-mid-range option in Midtown West. Located within easy walking distance of Central Park, Times Square, and thirteen subway lines, leisure travelers will find the hotel well situated for touring. Business travelers will likely enjoy the ample meeting space (over 15,000 square feet), 24-hour fitness center, and stylish hotel restaurant and lounge. Contemporary rooms feature flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and luxe C.O. Bigelow toiletries. However, as the hotel is so large, service can be slow, and there is a pesky daily fee for Wi-Fi.


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