Best Places to stay in New York

Beekman Hotel

Gramercy Park Hotel

The Tuscany - A St Giles Signature Hotel

Marmara Park Avenue Hotel

The Mark Hotel

Beekman Hotel

Most original and iconic hotel opened in the last 10 years in NYC. Hands-down best design, aesthetic, service, and hospitality selection. Enjoy top cocktails at the Temple Court Lobby Bar with daily live jazz and the incredible Augustine for dinner next door.

Gramercy Park Hotel

Situated at the infamous key access-only private park - Gramercy - the hotel is short of a miracle. With history to top entire countries’ worth - The Gramercy spoils you in renaissance revival luxury with plush carpets and dimly lit bars - Jade and Rose bar.

The Tuscany - A St Giles Signature Hotel

All the St Giles properties around the world reveal an impressive blend of being central and feeling at home. At The Tuscany in NYC, a St Giles signature hotel - visitors find themselves on the famed Park Avenue in Midtown proper - close to all the attractions, but still feeling that authentic NYC neighborhood feel. The rooms are spacious with the largest suites in all of the city. The hotel also has an amazing program for solo travelers - setting you up in the city that never sleeps to be solid on your own. Call them to inquire!

Marmara Park Avenue Hotel

As pictured in the @marmaranyc penthouse suite. #MarmaraNYC is one of the most amazing luxury hotels in Manhattan. The hotel is tucked away on 32nd Street & #ParkAvenue away from the madness, and yet so close to every remarkable thing to see in NYC. This gem is so hidden away - you wouldn’t even know it’s there! But as soon as you get in, you find yourself in a luxurious oasis of white marble and decorative fire pits. The aroma in the lobby and rooms is divine, and drinks at the #mixology bar downstairs even better. If you are coming to #visitNYC this is just the place to be. If you live here, pop in for a #cocktail or throw your #HolidayParty here. Your colleagues will love you!

The Mark Hotel

Uptown class meets whimsy creativity is the name of the game at the Marc. Late-night dining to die, 24/7 Barney’s Shopping, and oh darling, what carpets. They also have bikes!

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