New York’s nightlife is world famous, and some of the hottest scenes in town are to be found in hotel bars and lounges. For guests at these hotels a night of “staying in” can be quite a party.

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SIXTY SoHo

SoHo, New York, United States

A60 is one of the city's most exclusive rooftop bars -- its open only to card-carrying "members" (read: celebrities, fashion types, and other bold-named scenesters) and hotel guests. For the price of a room you just might gain access to some of the best celebrity gawking in Manhattan.

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Soho Grand Hotel

SoHo, New York, United States

The music at the Soho Grand gets upbeat and loud in the evenings, as the lounge fills with twenty- and thirty-something scenesters -- men in dark skinny jeans, women with chic bobs -- and you often have to push your way to the bar. The scene is particularly frenetic on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights, when a DJ spins the tunes.

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The Roxy Hotel Tribeca

TriBeCa, New York City, New York, United States

With spacious rooms, a lively lounge scene, and the occasional star-studded film screening, the Tribeca Grand is still a cool and comfortable place to grab a slice of urban hipsterism -- even if its cache has slipped a little in recetn years.