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Luxury Hotels in New York City

From the Upper East Side to Battery Park, from Old World glamour to über sleek and chic, New York is like nowhere else on Earth in the sheer number and variety of luxury hotels to pamper you during your stay. If you've snagged a cheap flight to New York, all the more reason to indulge in a stay at one of New York's iconic luxury hotels.
from $349
Old Meets New at the Historic Gramercy Park Hotel
Gramercy Park Hotel guests are granted exclusive access to Gramercy Park, Manhattan's only private park. The hotel and park offer such glamorous yet comfortable surroundings, you may need to tear yourself away to explore the rest of the city. That won't be difficult from the Gramercy's doorstep, since Union Square, fabulous SoHo shopping, and the trendy boutiques and eateries of the East Village are mere minutes away. Before you head out exploring, though, do take a moment to enjoy the hotel's impressive art collection. Throughout the property's event spaces, lounges, and bars you'll discover priceless works of art from the likes of Warhol, Basquiat, and Damien Hirst.
from $279
The Waldorf Astoria offers Legendary Luxury
The waving flags decorating the iconic entrance of the Waldorf Astoria have greeted luminaries like Marilyn Monroe, Ella Fitzgerald, and countless presidents and heads of state from around the world. It was granted landmark status in 1993 and is one of the few hotels with its own digital archive, not to mention track 61, the secret extension of the New York subway that runs directly underneath. Many global leaders have traveled through its secret entrance, and the Waldorf has provided party space for Andy Warhol. All the guest rooms and suites are beautifully appointed, but even the very budget-conscious can snag a room there for as low as $209 per night. Make a point of ordering a Waldorf salad for lunch at Peacock Alley. This original hotel staple has become a classic light meal around the world.
from $701
The Plaza Hotel and Central Park are Beckoning
Immortalized in The Great Gatsby and Eloise, it's difficult to envision classic New York without reliving those classic books. Managed by Fairmont since its massive renovation in 2007, The Plaza maintains iconic New York elegance with butler service; special family amenities including a Children's Concierge; the exclusive Betsy Johnson-designed Eloise Suite, with pink and black everything; and an official "Eloise Ambassador" who escorts guests to the suite to sign the official guest book and have their picture taken. The picture is framed and given to the guest as a souvenir. Grown up guests can retreat to the Fitzgerald Suite, a room conceptualized by the Academy Award-winning Catherine Martin. 
from $249
Midtown Luxury with a Downtown Vibe at London NYC
For a New York hotel, the London NYC offers two things most New York luxury hotels do not, affordability and huge rooms. All guest rooms on property are one-bedroom suites with imported linens and high-end toiletries, and some are available for as low as $250 per night. Not only does the London NYC curate packages that appeal to art and romance lovers alike, their two on-site restaurants are managed by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. Staying in Midtown means you're close to Central Park, close to theatres and nightlife, and just steps from great shopping on 5th Avenue. 
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