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  • Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel

    420 Park Ave. S. New York, NY 10016

  • The Garrison

    2015 Rte 9 Garrison, NY 10524

  • The GEM Hotel

    135 E. Houston St. New York, NY 10002

  • Gershwin Hotel

    Gershwin Hotel

    7 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-545-8000 It's funny that this hotel is named after the grandfather of the American musical. A more apt name would be the Warhol or the Lichtenstein, judging from the pop art decor and funky architecture. (In fact, one of Warhol's Cambell's Soup cans hangs in their lobby.) This chic hotel offers maximum amenities (free breakfast, complimentary Internet access) for minimum cost. Just don't expect your room to be huge. More >>

  • Gotham Bar of the Peninsula Hotel

    Gotham Bar of the Peninsula Hotel

    700 5th Ave. New York, NY 10019

    Fifth Avenue at holiday time is hard on feet, backs, pocketbooks, and stomachs. Relief is at hand, beyond the haute-hotel chasseur-pushed revolving door. Up the stairs to the right, this bar offers potent potables to those in need, but soothes my shopping stress with a complete English tea. Served with flair and panache by a tailcoated majordomo, the meal consists of savory ham, smoked salmon, and cucumber sandwiches (crustless, naturally), small cakes, fruit tartlets, and, the ultimate comfort food, warm scones with butter and jam. Tea choices range from Darjeeling to Lapsang souchong, English breakfast to herbal. Sink into the comfy chairs, savor the service, and forget the fray. More >>

  • The Gracie Inn

    The Gracie Inn

    502 E. 81st St. New York, NY 10028
    212-628-1700 Unlike other B&Bs in the city, Gracie Inn actually fulfills the second part of the deal with with a complimentary breakfast served each morning. The Inn, featuring 12 apartments decorated in a charming country theme, can accomodate longer-staying guests and offers a special deal for those who stay through the weekend or for a full week. Unfortunately, it is located in Yorkville, which makes it a bit of a hike from the uptown 6 train. More >>

  • Gramercy Park Hotel

    2 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10010
    212-475-4320 This historic hotelaonce home to an 11-year old John F. Kennedy and his parents and also the site of Humphrey Bogartas first weddingaoffers its guests a special key to the famously private park that it overlooks. Also of note here is the recently renovated hotel bar which, though pricey, offers a chance to mingle with locals who gather here for its casual vibe, well-mixed drinks, and the amazing skyline views from the roof deck. More >>

  • Grand Hyatt New York

    Grand Hyatt New York

    109 E. 42nd St. New York, NY 10017
    212-883-1234 Located right next door to Grand Central Station, this gleaming Trump monolith earned the distinction "Most Accommodating Hotel Lobby" back in 2009 from this publication for a reason: convenience. As long as you're reasonable, one can pass time waiting for a friend at the Grand Hyatt Hotel's lobby in peace and quiet... so long as all of the right angles, stainless steel, and gaudy take on modernist style don't bug you too much. However, should you decide to drop some big bucks for a meal, the New York Central Bar and Kitchen serves an upscale and seasonal New American menu which covers all the basics--from steak frites to roasted chicken. Located in an elaborately windowed solarium-type room, the glowing bar has a space-aged feel to it, and in the lobby, the 24/7 Market sells prepared food and drink. Got a room? Grab a bottle of wine on the way up. --Alex Spoto More >>

  • The Greenwich Hotel

    377 Greenwich St. New York, NY 10013

  • Greenwich Village Habitué

    Christopher St. New York, NY 10014
    212-243-6495 We'll never know the privileged joys of living in a West Village brownstone, but at least we can rent out the experience for a few days at Greenwich Village HabituA(c).This B&B, housed in a beautiful brownstone from the 1830s, features tastefully furnished apartments (single or double occupancy only) with air-conditioning and TVabut unfortunately, no breakfast. The rules seem a bit stricter here than usual: A four-day minimum stay is required, and credit cards and personal checks are not accepted. Guests must pay by cash, travelers check or certified check only. More >>