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  • Jazz on the Park Hostel

    36 W. 106th St. New York, NY 10025
    212-932-1600 Rooms at this hostel on Central Park West are cheap, but perfunctory. You aren't staying here for the interior decoration, though, you are staying for inexpensive amenities (like Internet access, laundry facilities, and proximity to Central Park) and a fun, party atmosphere (thanks to the basement-level club). This place isn't the best choice for travelers looking for a little R&R, but if you are in town to stay up late and make new friends this rowdy hostel is the place for you. More >>

  • Jazz on the Town

    307 E. 14th St. New York, NY 10003
    212-228-2780 The best part about this hostel (besides the cheap rates) is the amazing East Village location, right off of Second Avenue. There are not many places a tourist can stay in Manhattan's hippest nabe and this one is not only inexpensive but funawith an outdoor terrace to party on and no pesky curfew to observe. More >>

  • Jolly Hotel Madison Towers

    Madison Ave. at 38th New York, NY 10016
    212-800-0600 Jolly Hotel Madison Towers is an aItalian boutique hotel,a whatever that means. Apparently it means a combination of Italian style with 1920s American architecture. The hotel is geared towards business travelers, with meeting rooms equipped for power point presentations and a abusiness center,a with all kinds of office equiptment. More >>

  • JW Marriott Essex House

    JW Marriott Essex House

    160 Central Park S. New York, NY 10019
    212-247-0300 Located on the first 18 floors of the landmark Essex House building under the St. Regis Hotel, the 501 Westin guest rooms ooze sophistication and luxury. The real reason to stay here though aside from Central Park views and five-star dining (the in-house restaurant is Alain Ducasse)ais the beds. All Westin Hotels feature their trademarked aHeavenly Beds.a Letas just say they are aptly named. More >>