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  • The Broadway Inn Bed and Breakfast

    264 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-997-9200

    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 >>

  • The Bryant Park Hotel

    40 W. 40th St. New York, NY 10018
    646-833-0572

    http://www.bryantparkhotel.com 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 >>

  • Caesar's Casino & Resort

    2100 Pacific Ave. Atlantic City, NJ 08401
    609-375-8802

    http://www.caesarsac.com/casinos/caesars-atlantic-city/hotel-casino/property-home.shtml

  • Cafe Carlyle

    Cafe Carlyle

    35 E. 76th St. New York, NY 10021
    212-744-1600

    http://www.thecarlyle.com Staying at the Carlyle is like living in a lavish Upper East Side doorman apartment building. (Though perhaps that is because, for the lucky, fancy few who do actually live at the Carlyle, it is.) The 180 guest rooms are luxuriously and tastefully appointed with fine Belgian linens, artwork by 18th- and 19th-century masters like Piranesi and Audubon, and Kiehls bath products. Many of the suites even feature grand pianos and terraces. Cabaret and jazz fans should make time for performances in the hotelas famed bars (CafA(c) Carlyle and Bemelmans Bar) where Woody Allen and Bobby Short often play. More >>

  • Carlton Arms Hotel

    160 E. 25th St. New York, NY 10010
    212-679-0680

    http://www.carltonarms.com

  • Cassa Hotel New York

    70 W. 45th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-302-8700

    http://www.cassahotelny.com

  • Chambers Hotel

    Chambers Hotel

    15 W. 56th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-974-5656

    http://www.chambershotel.com You know a hotel is hip when their vast (500 strong) art collection includes pieces by John Waters. This chic, beautifully designed boutique hotel, owned by the men behind the Mercer Hotel in Soho, is located just off Fifth Avenue, surrounded by some the city's most famous (and expensive) stores. The Chambers is clearly interested in merging downtown trendiness with uptown luxury, as evidenced by the amenities they offer like in-room yoga instruction, room service from the hotel's three-star restaurant (Town), Bumble and Bumble bath products, and "on-call therapy." More >>

  • Chelsea International Hostel

    251 W. 20th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-647-0010

    http://www.chelseahostel.com This is a 350-bed hostel, so it's not fancy and you will be sharing a bathroom with strangers, but for bargain prices you will get to sleep in Chelsea, close to transportation, excellent shopping, and sights like the Empire State Building. As further incentives, there is free pizza every Wednesday night, they accept credit cards, and, unlike some other hostels, there is no curfew. All guests, however, must show a passport, so even if you are in town from New Jersey don't leave home without it. More >>

  • Chelsea Lodge

    318 W. 20th St. New York, NY 10011
    212-243-4499

    http://www.chelsealodge.com This quaint, 22-room, Chelsea inn strives to make you feel comfortable, like you are in your own home. For better (free WiFi connections in every room), or for worse (shared toilettes), you probably will. The charming country-ish decor and the private garden probably make this townhouse nicer than any place you've ever lived, so the stranger in the W.C. shouldn't be too much of an inconvenience. More >>

  • Clarion Hotel Park Avenue

    429 Park Ave. S. New York, NY 10016
    212-532-4860

    http://www.choicehotels.com Part of a nationwide chain, this Clarion hotel is located in a quiet East Side neighborhood close to lots of shopping, restaurants, and sites (the Empire State Building is mere blocks away). What the decor lacks in charm and hipness, the hotel more than makes up for in value. Plus, your room comes with a daily, complimentary breakfast and newspaper. More >>

  • Comfort Inn

    442 W. 36th St. New York, NY 10018
    212-714-6699

    http://www.comfortinn.com With a national chain, like the Comfort Inn, you know what to expect: reasonably priced rooms in anonymously plain surrounding. Hey, they might not be the hippest rooms in Manhattan, but the service is always gracious (they stand by a a100% guest satisfaction guaranteea), the rooms are always clean (and they offer non-smoking rooms!), and there is free breakfast every morning. This location, right off Central Park, is perhaps the chainas most charming Manhattan site. More >>

  • Comfort Inn Central Park West

    31 W. 71st St. New York, NY 10023
    212-721-4770

    http://www.comfortinn.com With a national chain, like the Comfort Inn, you know what to expect: reasonably priced rooms in anonymously plain surrounding. Hey, they might not be the hippest rooms in Manhattan, but the service is always gracious (they stand by a a100% guest satisfaction guaranteea), the rooms are always clean (and they offer non-smoking rooms!), and there is free breakfast every morning. This location, right off Central Park, is perhaps the chainas most charming Manhattan site. More >>

  • Comfort Inn Manhattan

    42 W. 35th St. New York, NY 10001
    212-947-0200

    http://www.comfortinn.com With a national chain, like the Comfort Inn, you know what to expect: reasonably priced rooms in anonymously plain surrounding. Hey, they might not be the hippest rooms in Manhattan, but the service is always gracious (they stand by a a100% guest satisfaction guaranteea), the rooms are always clean (and they offer non-smoking rooms!), and there is free breakfast every morning. This location, right off Central Park, is perhaps the chainas most charming Manhattan site. More >>

  • Comfort Inn Midtown

    129 W. 46th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-221-2600

    http://www.comfortinn.com With a national chain, like the Comfort Inn, you know what to expect: reasonably priced rooms in anonymously plain surroundings. Hey, they might not be the hippest rooms in Manhattan, but the service is always gracious (they stand by a a100 percent guest satisfaction guaranteea), the rooms are always clean (and they offer non-smoking rooms!), and there is free breakfast every morning. This location even offers a 24-hour business center with computer, fax, and copy services as well as high-speed Internet access and a 15-person meeting room. More >>

  • Cornelia Day Resort

    663 5th Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-871-3050

    http://www.cornelia.com A full day of services (including Romanian mud baths and hot tub shiatsu) clocks in somewhere around $3500, but itas OK because you get your own personal butler-guy who will serve you hot finger food and champagne, among other things. 90 trained body technicians (massage therapists, estheticians and more) are on staff. More >>

  • Cosmopolitan Hotel

    95 W. Broadway New York, NY 10007
    212-566-1900

    http://www.cosmohotel.com The no-frills Cosmopolitan Hotel offers what most other Manhattan hotels do not: room rates under $200. That means, for a double for $145 and two doubles for $169, you'll hardly be rolling around in the Frette sheets. But its price rate and proximity to the Financial District makes it a great choice for businessmen on a tighter expense budget. More >>

  • Crowne Plaza Hotel Times Square Manhattan

    1605 Broadway New York, NY 10019
    212-977-4000

    http://www.manhattan.crowneplaza.com

  • Danfords Inn

    25 E. Broadway Port Jefferson, NY 11777
    516-928-5200

  • Dream Hotel

    210 W. 55th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-247-2000

    http://www.dreamny.com

  • East Village Bed & Coffee

    110 Ave. C New York, NY 10009
    212-533-4175

    http://www.bedandcoffee.com Want to live like a real New Yorker? Try Bed & Coffee. With its loft-like, brick-walled interior this clean, pleasant, budget hotel looks like a real Manhattan dwelling. Because each floor has a shared bathroom, kitchen, and common room, staying here is like moving into a three-bedroom apartment downtown, close to bars and restaurants (except your roommates will be strangers). Each of the nine private rooms has a theme like aFrench Room,a aAfgani Room,a oramore curiouslyaa110 Downing Street.a More >>

  • Empire Hotel

    44 W. 63rd St. New York, NY 10023
    212-265-7400

    http://www.empirehotelnyc.com

  • Four Seasons Hotel New York

    57 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-350-6658

    http://www.fourseasons.com/newyorkfs/ Rising 52 stories over Central Park and Manhattan's fanciest designer shopping area, the Four Seasons is possibly the most breathtaking hotel in New York. Housed in a dramatic I.M. Peiadesigned building, the 365 guest rooms are on the small side but are so simply and chicly designed that you may never want to leave. The in-house restaurant, Fifty Seven Fifty Seven, not only makes the best martinis in town butawith its 22-foot coffered ceiling and abundance of blond woodaalso offers the best architecture in which to drink them. More >>

  • The Franklin Hotel

    164 E. 87th St. New York, NY 10128
    212-369-1000

    http://www.franklinhotel.com This cozy (read: small) Upper East Side hotel has only 50 guest rooms but offers amenities such as free breakfast, complimentary all-day espresso and cappuccino service in the lobby, plasma TVs, and luxurious Aveda bath products. More >>

  • The Garrison

    2015 Rte 9 Garrison, NY 10524

  • Gershwin Hotel

    Gershwin Hotel

    7 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016
    212-545-8000

    http://www.gershwinhotel.com 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 >>

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