Upper East Side Hotels
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The Mark

The Mark Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Mark, an historic hotel built in 1927, re-opened in 2009 as one of the best contemporary luxury hotels in New York. The hotel's stunning interiors by France's premier designer are colorful and bold rather than gilded and stuffy, and there's a restaurant and bar from one of New York's most famous chefs. Comfortable, high-tech rooms and personalized service make it a great option for anyone who can afford it.
Hotel Plaza Athenee, New York

Hotel Plaza Athenee, New York Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This Upper East Side boutique hotel, a sister to the world-renowned Hotel Plaza Athenee in Paris, possesses a deep-rooted commitment to service, luxury, and sophistication. Rooms are sumptuous, with classic European decor and gorgeous bathrooms. The bar and restaurant are intimate and romantic, serving excellent fine-dining fare and cocktails, while the spa and fitness center provide charming spaces to relax and rejuvenate. Above all, though, is the hotel's dedication to service, made evident from the outset with a sit-down check-in, and continued throughout guests' stays by the excellent Clefs d'Or concierges. It is no wonder that both Princess Diana and Elizabeth Taylor have called the Plaza Athenee home.
The Pierre - A Taj Hotel

The Pierre - A Taj Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

An elegant, historic hotel across the street from Central Park, the Pierre offers a taste of grand old New York to those staying in any of its 189 small but freshly renovated guest rooms. The large staff is white-glove formal, but service is not without the occasional glitch -- and the hotel lacks the on-site amenities of some of its by-the-park luxury competitors, like the Plaza and the Four Seasons.
The Surrey

The Surrey Rating: 4.5 Pearls

After a $60 million renovation in 2009, this 190-room hotel on the Upper East Side is ready to pull guests away from the nearby Carlyle with room service by Cafe Boulud, a private rooftop garden with butler service, and some of the most comfortable hotel beds in New York.
The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel

The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Carlyle has been a historic and discreet host to artists, presidents, and local and international celebrities since 1930, and it's traditional to the core: White-gloved elevator operators, a special concierge vestibule, the classic Bemelman's Bar, and dinner performances by Judy Collins and Woody Allen (playing jazz clarinet) are hallmarks of this classic American hotel. More intimate, with bigger rooms, than the competing Waldorf-Astoria and Loews Regency.
The Sherry-Netherland

The Sherry-Netherland Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Sherry-Netherland is one of New York’s grand dames. With only 100 individually decorated rooms, white-gloved elevator operators, and a marble, vaulted lobby with crystal chandeliers, this boutique is exclusive, elegant and historic. Rooms have classic decor and modern technology features, including iPod docks, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. There’s not much in the way of hotel features, but the small fitness center is well-equipped, and the adjacent restaurant is known for its wonderful Venetian fare. The Sherry’s location -- on the southeastern corner of Central Park -- makes it a great base to explore the city’s major attractions.
Loews Regency

Loews Regency Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This elegantly appointed hotel on the Upper East Side will appeal to upscale power shoppers and frequent visitors to New York City, and is a favorite haunt of the city’s political and financial elite. The entire hotel underwent a complete overhaul in 2013, and rooms are now sophisticated, modern, and airy. Depending on guests’ priorities, the location may prove to be inconvenient to the usual tourist hot spots—or a welcome and relatively serene respite from the hustle and bustle of Midtown Manhattan.
Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan / Upper East Side

Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan / Upper East Side Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Courtyard by Marriott brand has let go of the red and green decor from days past, and renovations in 2013 and 2014 renovations brought the look here up to brand standards. This 226-room property on the Upper East Side caters to those in the healthcare professions (many hospitals are based nearby) as well as savvy travelers who know how to get around NYC using a MetroCard. Prices are fair for the renovated rooms -- ask for one with a south-facing view -- and features include laundry facilities, an indoor pool, a fitness center and sauna/steam rooms. Just know that it's far from the tourist sights and a 10-minute walk to the 6 train.
Gardens NYC–an Affinia hotel

Gardens NYC–an Affinia hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Boasting 129 enormous suites, all with kitchens, plus a location within blocks of two major hospitals, the Affinia is an excellent luxury option for families on longer stays, and an obvious one for folks in town for health reasons. For everyone else, however, $300-plus is a bit steep for a place with a generic vibe and a distinct lack of amenities (there's a small gym, but little else).
Bentley Hotel

Bentley Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Like a boutique hotel, there's a rooftop bar and swank Lather toiletries, but the 197-room Bentley Hotel typically costs less because it's a long walk from subways, museums, and Central Park (budget plenty of cab fare). It's a fine choice near the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, but also consider Affinia Gardens (bigger rooms; more convenient location).


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