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  • Baisley House

    294 Hoyt St. Brooklyn, NY 11231

    You can pretend you're Michelle Williams and, even better, your boyfriend is Heath Ledger, during your stay at Baisley House, a converted row house. (They live in the 'hood). More >>

  • The Bar at the Cooper Square Hotel

    The Bar at the Cooper Square Hotel

    25 Cooper Square New York, NY 10003

  • Bed and Breakfast on the Park

    113 Prospect Park W. Brooklyn, NY 11215
    718-499-6115 You can live right on Prospect Park...well, for a few days, anyway. Guest and main rooms at this lush B&B right on Prospect Park West are outfitted with Victorian antiques, working fireplaces, Oriental carpets, and canopied beds. Breakfast in the formal dining room includes sticky buns, German pancakes, and homemade pastries laid out on antique China and Irish linens. You'll feel like the Queen of England but you'll pay for it, too: Prices here run about as much as hotels in Manhattan, from $155 for the "French Cottage," to $300 for the "Grand Victorian Suite." More >>

  • Bedford Hotel

    118 E. 40th St. New York, NY 10016-1724

  • Belvedere Guest House

    Bay Front at Cherry Grove, Fire Island. Sayville, NY 11782

  • Belvedere Hotel

    Belvedere Hotel

    319 W. 48th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-245-7000 The Belvedere may be housed in a beautiful 1928 art-deco monument building but, with modern amenities and comperarbly inexpensive rates for its neighborhood, this contemporary gem isn't remotely stuffy or old world. You can play Nintendo in your room, order a movie, or unwind with a long shower in the marble bathroom. All rooms even come with kitchonettes that feature microwaves, mini-fridges, and coffee makers to make you feel more at home. More >>

  • The Benjamin

    125 E. 50th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-715-2500 Perhaps the only hotel in New York to offer its esteemed guests a pillow menu featuring 10 different fillings from down to buckwheat, the Benjamin clearly takes its commitment to customer comfort seriously. Another thing this intimate, stylish, boutique hotel takes seriously is its commitment to the environment as evidenced by its Five-Globe ECOTEL rating. That rating, issued to only three other hotels in the world, assures you that the Benjamin has demonstrated a heightened level of environmental awareness in areas including water conservation, waste management, and energy efficiency. More >>

  • Best Western Seaport Inn

    Best Western Seaport Inn

    33 Peck Slip New York, NY 10038
    212-766-6600 You will forget that you are sleeping at a budget chain when you check into this 72-room hotel, nestled in the historic South Street Seaport neighborhood. It is easy to forget when you are enjoying free, fresh-baked cookies every afternoon, complimentary breakfast every morning, and convenient business amenities (like high-speed Internet access and copying facilities) that are usually found at a more expensive hotel. Only your surprisingly modest bill will remind you that this is a Best Western. More >>

  • Big Apple Hostel

    119 W. 45th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-302-2603 This hostel, located smack dab in the middle of all of the action of Times Square, is one of the few that offers reasonably priced private rooms in addition to the single sex and coed dorms. So if you aren't keen on bunk beds or sharing a room with three strangers, for a little extra money you can have a room with a queen-sized bed all to yourself. More >>

  • Blakely Hotel

    Blakely Hotel

    136 W. 55th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-245-1800 This British-style hotel, formerly the Gorham, was totally overhauled by the men behind A1/4ber-hip downtown hotel hotspots like the Maritime and the Mercer. Though the 120 guest rooms are decorated with more staid, traditional furnishings than their other hotels (think cherry wood and plaid fabrics), the amenities are just as luxurious. Each room has a flat-screen TV with DVD player, wireless Internet access, and bathroom products by the famed English company, Penhaligon. More >>

  • The Bowery Hotel

    335 Bowery New York, NY 10003

  • Brennan's Seafood and Chophouse

    565 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022

  • The Broadway Inn Bed and Breakfast

    264 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036

    Near many big, ugly buildings in the theater district, this bed-and-breakfast offers a quainter setting (a three-story walkup) but with helpful concierge services like the glitzier spots, and at a lower price. More >>

  • Broadway Plaza Hotel

    1155 Broadway New York, NY 10010

  • The Bryant Park Hotel

    40 W. 40th St. New York, NY 10018
    646-833-0572 This trendy boutique hotel, housed in one of the cityas first skyscrapers, is often filled with fashion industry scenesters because of its proximity to the Fashion Week tents, its luxe amenities like cashmere throws and 400-thread count sheets, and its own hip, contemporary design. Special extras include the 70-seat lobby screening room and yummy Ric Pipino bath products in the rooms (courtesy of his salon, located on the ground floor). More >>