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The Waldorf Towers

The Waldorf Towers Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Waldorf Towers occupies the top floors of the iconic Waldorf Astoria hotel in Midtown East. It is an exclusive boutique with 117 classic, individually decorated rooms, some of which have a rich history of famous guests and long-term residents. Most amenities are shared with its sister property -- including the great (but pricey) restaurants, high-end Guerlain Spa, and beauty salon -- but the hotel has its own lobby, fitness center, elevators, and concierges. Some rooms have underwhelming decor for the price, but for a more personalized stay with a little more luxury than at the Waldorf Astoria, the Towers is still a great pick.
The Lowell

The Lowell Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The Lowell is a high-end boutique known for its top-notch service and gorgeous individually decorated rooms. It is located in the tony Upper East Side, a block from Central Park, and a short walk from designer boutiques along Madison and Fifth avenues. Its 72 rooms and suites have elegant, stylish decor and great amenities, including Bulgari toiletries, flat-screen TVs with movies on demand, and free Wi-Fi. Most units also have wood-burning fireplaces, full kitchens, and terraces. The two solid on-site restaurants and the fitness center are all perks, but the hotel does not offer spa services.
The Gotham Hotel

The Gotham Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Gotham, one of Manhattan’s skinniest hotels, opened its doors in 2009 in the same spot that was once endearingly known as the Gotham Book Mart. The 66-room boutique pays homage to its former tenant through the name, of course, but also through the sophisticated bookish decor. The cheerful lobby has a welcoming feel -- even more so when guests are offered a glass of wine from one of the trendily dressed staff members (no uniforms here). With the cozy Tenpenny restaurant and bar in the rear, Gotham attracts regular corporate types for the ultra-cool, modern rooms. Every room comes with a balcony or patio, and guests enjoy free Wi-Fi and use of the neighborhood sports club.
W New York

W New York Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Business (and some leisure) travelers craving style and a social scene will enjoy the colorful, 688-room flagship of the W chain amidst Midtown East’s gray business hotels. Cutesy language and small, mood-lit rooms are not for everyone, but great service and a popular bar scene seem to justify the steep rates.
Fitzpatrick Grand Central Hotel

Fitzpatrick Grand Central Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This charming, upscale Midtown East hotel -- located across the street from Grand Central Terminal --has classic, understated decor in the 155 rooms and the public spaces. The hotel’s Irish roots are subtly felt, with the restaurant serving traditional pub fare in a cozy setting. Features are few, however; travelers who prefer having a fitness and business center on-site may want to compare rates with the nearby Omni Berkshire Place.
Wyndham Midtown 45

Wyndham Midtown 45 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located farther from the subway stations than most Midtown East hotels, the Wyndham's neighborhood isn't exactly fashionable (it's dominated by offices and residential buildings), but it's a smart, stylish option with an intimate, low-key vibe, a great gym, luxurious in-room amenities, a friendly staff, and easy access to Midtown's corporate centers.
Library Hotel

Library Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

A quirky 60-room hotel just a tome's throw from the New York Public Library, this lovingly book-themed tower is a bibliophile's dream stay. It's also within walking distance to many Midtown tourist attractions, several transportation hubs, and enough bars and restaurants to keep one's non-lettered hours plenty busy. This intimate boutique is missing many features guests may expect at this price point (such as a fitness center), and the stodgy Midtown location isn't as trendy as many of the guests who choose to stay here, but the cozy lounges, contemporary (if small) book-filled rooms, and thoughtful extras such as free wine and cheese help make this one of the most charming picks in the neighborhood.
The Benjamin

The Benjamin Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 209-room Benjamin is an elegant property in Midtown East, surrounded by skyscrapers and near many attractions and subway lines. Pretty rooms are spacious with kitchenettes, flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and remarkably comfortable beds -- the hotel has hired a sleep specialist and offers a pillow menu to ensure a good night's sleep. The on-site restaurant from Chef Geoffrey Zakarian serves bistro fare in a lovely setting; there is also a salon, business center, and fitness center on-site. The neighborhood is quiet at night and there is a pesky fee for Wi-Fi.
Renaissance New York Hotel 57

Renaissance New York Hotel 57 Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Former boutique hotel joins the Marriott big leagues; excellent beds, great service, and attention to functionality means an easy stay in Midtown East, near Bloomingdale's and other major shopping destinations. The neighborhood doesn't have much nightlife, but the on-site Opia bar is pretty happening.
Fitzpatrick Manhattan Hotel

Fitzpatrick Manhattan Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This charming 91-room boutique property in Midtown East offers handsome rooms with supurb beds, and a casual but high-quality, pub-style restaurant. Though the Fitzpatrick Manhattan lacks many of the amenities offered by other prominent properties in the neighborhood -- there's no fitness center or business center, for example -- this hotel gets the basics just right.

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