You’re looking for luxury accommodation? You want to spend the night in a designer room? You want to try out a boutique hotel? Or would you prefer accommodation at a fair price? We’ve compiled a list of select addresses for every taste.

    • The Maritime Hotel

      New York ahoy! Guests here peek down at New York through giant portholes. It's no wonder when you know this building erected in 1966 originally housed the National Maritime Union. Since being reconstructed in 2001, it’s one of the hottest boutique hotels between Chelsea and Meatpacking District. Culinary fans find not one but two top restaurants under its roof. La Bottega serves up rustic Italian cuisine. In summer dine al fresco on the deck under colourful lampions.
      363 West 16th Street
      New York 10011
      +1 212 242 4300
    • Hotel The Standard

      Spectacular view
      There’s no doubt that André Balaz’s hotel is an attraction in its own right. The «Observer» called it the most unusual building erected in New York in many years. The design concept behind the rooms is Nordic chic. The view of the Hudson River at sunset through the floor-to-ceiling windows is jaw-dropping. Evenings find guests gathering at the penthouse discothèque, Le Bain, and the Top of the Standard Bar on the rooftop.
      848 Washington at 13th Street
      New York 10014
      +1 212 645 4646
    • Gramercy Park Hotel

      Boutique hotel
      The Gramercy Park Hotel, opened in 1925, was completely renovated in 2006 by hotelier Ian Schrager and filmmaker Julian Schnabel, whereupon it immediately redefined the standards for boutique hotels: an opulent but not flamboyant interior and a unique collection of contemporary art worth 42 million dollars. But sleeping next to a Warhol original isn’t the only reason to stay at the Gramercy. You also gain access to the only private park in the city, Gramercy Park.
      2 Lexington Avenue
      New York 10010
      +1 212 920 3300
      Gramercy Park Hotel
    • Hotel The Jane

      This hotel situated in the West Village brings you right back to the New York of the 1920s, including the moderate room prices. That’s why it’s not a surprise that it once accommodated the survivors of the Titanic. Nowadays, only the interior evokes memories of the sunken steam ship. Each room is wood-panelled and designed after a ship’s cabin. The Jane Ballroom, the bar in this 100-year-old hotel, is also a sublime experience.
      113 Jane Street
      New York 10014
      +1 212 924 6700
      Hotel The Jane
    • Mandarin Oriental Hotel NYC

      It only takes 30 seconds for the express lift to reach the 35th floor hotel in the Time Warner Building. And when the lift doors open into the lobby, you’ll be overwhelmed: floor-to-ceiling windows with a view over the New York skyline and Central Park. The rooms are spacious, the décor an understated blend of Asian and modern design. Each room has its own yoga mat. Upon request, the hotel will even provide a personal trainer to jog in the park with you. Afterwards, wind down in the hotel’s wellness area.
      80 Columbus Circle at West 60th Street
      New York 10023
      +1 212 805 8800
      Mandarin Oriental Hotel NYC
    • Hotel The Pod

      Reasonably priced
      The Pod Hotels are hip and trendy. Travellers on a budget will find stylish, comfortable rooms that come with everything here. There are common showers on each floor. Each pod – or room – features its own design. There is also a cosy, colourful common room and a fantastic terrace where guests chill out and admire the city view. Right around the corner you’ll find bars, pubs and restaurants. Guests especially love how well situated the hotel is.
      Pod 39
      145 East 39th Street
      New York, NY 10016
      +1 212 865 5700
      The Pod