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Mandarin Oriental, New York

Mandarin Oriental, New York Rating: 5.0 Pearls

It's not an icon like the Plaza or the Pierre -- but so what? The Mandarin Oriental, located across Columbus Circle from Central Park, offers a dizzying array of modern luxuries -- a 75-foot pool, one of the city's best spas, sweeping views from nearly every common area, and superb on-site fine-dining options, to name a few -- even as it upholds traditional values and outstanding service.

King & Grove New York

King & Grove New York Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This mid-range Midtown hotel, formerly known as LOLA -- and formerly, formerly the Hotel Thirty Thirty -- boasts a hip and atmospheric lobby and lounge area, as well as 176 rooms and suites stylishly renovated in 2011. Sizes vary, and all units include modern amenities such as duvets, flat-screen TVs, iPod/iPad docks, sleek work desks, and slate bathrooms. The lobby is by far the place to be, with designer lighting installations, contemporary furniture, and black-and-white murals plus a small bar. The hotel offers the requisite business and fitness centers, and a cafe, but not much else in the way of features. It is, however, a suitable choice for those who want to plop down the bag, have a drink, and get out and see the city.

Affinia Dumont

Affinia Dumont Rating: 4.0 Pearls

With a world-class gym and spa, plus dozens of customized amenities, the all-suites Dumont is a phenomenal option if you're looking for an urban spa getaway. More than that, it's an excellent high-end choice in general as long as you don't mind being a bit of a hike away from NYC's main tourist haunts.

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.

TRYP New York City Times Square South

TRYP New York City Times Square South Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The TRYP might be part of a large chain (it is owned by Wyndham), but there are few elements here that scream cookie-cutter. Spacious rooms with tons of fun details and modern technology; a solid Mediterranean restaurant; a modern fitness center, and free Wi-Fi attract a varied crowd of families, groups, and business travelers. There are a wide range of room types -- including Family Rooms that can sleep up to eight guests, and Fitness Rooms with exercise bikes -- and the location within walking distance of Times Square is convenient for tourists.

Affinia Manhattan

Affinia Manhattan Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This 526-room Affinia offers more than the typical upscale chain -- great beds with a six-choice pillow menu, a top-notch fitness center, Aveda bath products, in-room kitchens, and David Rockwell design (a $24 million renovation was completed in 2011). It's a great option near the Javits Center or Madison Square Garden; just beware the street noise on lower-floor rooms.

DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel New York City - Times Square

DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel New York City - Times Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The DoubleTree Suites may be one of the best hotel options for families in New York City. The big two-room suites all come with pull-out couches and either one king or two double beds; the latter can fit up to six people, a rarity in the area. And the location right on Times Square is as central as it gets for sightseeing. It's a big corporate hotel with trendy lobby decor and clean, generic rooms; features include a cool back-lit lobby bar, a modern fitness center, and extensive meeting space. Some rooms have excellent views of Times Square, others face the New York City skyline (with peeks of Central Park in the distance). Higher floors are quieter and have better views.

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.

The Westin New York At Times Square

The Westin New York At Times Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This bustling, convention-focused, 863-room Westin comes with a prime Times Square location, a high-quality gym, a business center, a spa, a steakhouse, 24-hour room service, and enormous rooms with famously comfortable beds. But there are price gouges -- fees for Internet and gym access.

Millenium Hilton

Millenium Hilton Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Located next to Ground Zero's noisy construction, this high-tech Hilton caters to executives: a 24-hour business center, a 24-hour fitness center, $15 Wi-Fi, and even a 40-foot indoor swimming pool (one of the few in NYC). The Financial District can be dead in the evening, but the Hilton's rates drop on the weekend, making it a steal.

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