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Gramercy Park Hotel

Gramercy Park Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The Gramercy Park Hotel currently sets the bar for New York cool -- hence the celebrities in the lounge and the paparazzi on the sidewalk. It offers ultra-luxe but small rooms done up in high Boho-chic style, a gorgeous gym, an acclaimed Italian trattoria, and a great rooftop bar. True, even guests sometimes feel excluded from the glamour-fest in the bar. But the place is utterly unique.
W New York Downtown

W New York Downtown Rating: 4.5 Pearls

When it opened in 2010, this W hotel brought the suit-focused Financial District with a dose of cool. It's a sleek hotel, and its biggest assets are its stylish lobby lounge (with huge wrap-around terrace) and its proximity to Ground Zero (which means perfect views of the Freedom Tower). Other features include a nice fitness center (with great views), a small business center, meeting rooms, and a restaurant by the well-regarded BLT chain. Many tourists would prefer to be in a hipper, quainter, or more central neighborhood, but the hotel is close to Wall Street, Trinity Church, Battery Park, the ferry to the Statue of Liberty, and of course the 9/11 Memorial. Travelers who like the idea of a hip hotel in the Financial District can also consider Gild Hall, about a 10-minute walk to the east.
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.
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 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.
The Empire Hotel

The Empire Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

For the price, you'll be hard-pressed to find this level of on-site amenities at any other New York hotel. The Empire's rooftop bar and pool, both with excellent views of the upscale Upper West Side, make this 422-room hotel one of the city's best values, despite the small rooms.
The Roger New York

The Roger New York Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This quiet boutique on Madison Avenue in the less touristy area of Murray Hill has plenty to recommend it: a super trendy lobby (courtesy of a 2012 renovation), chic rooms with modern technology, a bistro-style restaurant, and thoughtful extras such as free beverages in the lobby (such as cider in colder months and Prosecco in warmer months). But there's an automatic service fee for use of the 24-hour fitness center and Wi-Fi, there are no in-room coffeemakers, and the amenities in the bathroom aren't free, which may leave some guests feeling nickel-and-dimed. All in all, it's still an excellent boutique option in the neighborhood, though it's worth comparing rates with the nearby King & Grove.
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.
The Iroquois

The Iroquois Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Five minutes from Grand Central and 10 minutes from bustling Times Square, the Iroquois is an uncommonly quiet, 114-room hotel with an ideal Midtown West location. High-end perks include a sauna and a vintage library, but the rooms feel older than most boutique hotel rooms, despite their flat-screen TVs, iPod docks, and free Wi-Fi.
Hotel Chandler

Hotel Chandler Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 138-room Hotel Chandler is a charming boutique in a convenient location in the Flatiron District, within walking distance of the Empire State Building and Penn Station. Contemporary rooms feature solid amenities, including Frette linens, Molton Brown toiletries, and iPod docks. The restaurant, Juni, serves American cuisine from a Michelin-starred chef in an airy and sophisticated setting. There is also a great on-site bar and a lounge serving free coffee and tea throughout the day. Many guests can be seen relaxing in the library off the lobby, which comes complete with a fireplace and another television. Overall, this is a solid upscale option, but it is worth comparing rates with the nearby Roger New York or Eventi.

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