Great Boutique Hotels for Your Trip to New York City

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New York City has so many amazing hotels, it’s really hard to find the perfect one. Here are five great options to help you narrow down your best accommodations!

Warwick New York

Everyone visiting New York City knows it matters where you stay on the island, and Warwick New York has as great location just near Central Park and is a quick bus or cab ride away from all the main sites downtown Manhattan has to offer. The rooms are decorated in calming whites, golds, and silvers, have work desks, flat screen TVs, and comfortable bedding. Guests will enjoy meals at the Murals on 54, Warwick’s signature restaurant and can work out at the on-site fitness center. Rates are usually around $450 and higher in the peak summer months due to Warwick’s high reputation.

Sheraton JFK Airport

If you’re flying out of such a busy airport as JFK, it makes sense to stay at a nearby hotel with the Sheraton JFK Airport being a great choice. With cheap rates at around $160 and located right next to the airport, this hotel is a no-brainer. It is also close to some of New York’s big attractions, like Yankee Stadium and Citi Field. Rooms are decorated with modern décor, white linen on the Sealy Posturepedic beds, 32-inch flat-screen TVs, and clients also get access to the fitness center. The shuttle to JFK leaves every half an hour so guests won’t have to worry about getting to the airport.

W New York – Times Square

With such a high-scale name, guests know that a stay at the W New York – Times Square is one for the memory books. Modern amenities are widely available, like large flat-screen TVs, wireless internet access, rainfall shower heads, blackout curtains, keyless room entry from the SPG app (so neat), and so much more. Guests can dine at the Blue Fin and have a drink at the Living Room Lounge. Rooms here start at over $400 per night typically and can really rise from there.

Hilton Times Square

The Hilton Times Square has been completely renovated in just the past few years so guests will feel like they’re staying in a brand new hotel – and satisfaction is almost always a given when it comes to the Hilton name. Guest rooms are now 360 square feet, which is quite big for Midtown, and contains a 46-inch flat-screen television, in-room refrigerator, and contemporary décor. Guests will enjoy the complimentary Wi-Fi as well as the quick and convenient access to everything Times Square has to offer.

La Quinta Inn & Suites Manhattan

La Quinta Inn & Suites Manhattan is a great option if you’d rather spend your money on experiences in New York City and just need a place to crash for the night, plus it doesn’t hurt that free breakfast is also offered in the mornings. The location is actually pretty convenient, at just a block away from the Empire State Building and quick access to 5th Avenue and other nearby attractions. Nightly rates are often under $200 or much less.

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