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  • Omni Berkshire

    21 E. 52nd St. New York, NY 10022
    212-753-5800 The Omni offers 396 spacious rooms (44 of which are suites) that are bigger than many Manhattan studio apartments. Though the fussy, flowery decor makes the hotel seem stuffier than the cityas hip, modernist boutique hotels, the warm, accommodating staff makes this one of the most comfortable places to stay in midtown. Itas also convenient to transportation and many places of interest (MoMA, Museum of Television and Radio, Rockefeller Center, Times Square). More >>

  • On The Avenue NYC

    2178 Broadway New York, NY 10024
    212-362-1100 You won't feel like a dreaded "tourist" when you stay at this Upper West Side gem, located in a residential neighborhood steps from New York landmarks like Zabars and the Beacon Theater. The guest rooms at this contemporarily-styled boutique hotel are (as to be expected) not huge, but are so well-appointedawith plasma screen TVs, Frette bathrobes, and the Belgian chocolates left on your pillow at turn-downathat you'll hardly notice. More >>

  • One Penn Plaza

    One Penn Plaza New York, NY 10119

  • The Out NYC

    510 W 42nd St New York, NY 10036

  • Palm Court Plaza Hotel

    5th Ave. At 59th St. New York, NY 10019

  • Paramount Hotel

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

  • Park Central Hotel

    870 7th Ave. New York, NY 10019

  • Park Savoy Hotel

    158 W. 58th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-245-5755 Located within a few blocks of Central Park, the Museum of Modern Art, and the theater district, this inexpensive hotel is perfect for budget-conscious travelers on-the-go. The rooms are neither particularly stylish or large, but surrounded by so many attractions, you won't spend much time in them. And, for air conditioned rooms with private bathrooms and phone lines, the prices can't be beat! More >>

  • Park South Hotel

    122 E. 28th St. New York, NY 10016
    800-315-4642 This 151-room hotel bridges the gap in the New York hotel world between the slavishly cool, contemporary boutique hotels and the stuffy elegance and clubby charm of old world luxury hotels. The rooms are decorated in a comfortable, muted, modern style and the hotel offers almost every amenity that the modern traveler could need (from free Internet access and a DVD library to complimentary breakfast and a full-service business center). More >>

  • Pearl River Hotel

    4 S Main St Pearl River, NY 10965

  • The Peninsula

    700 5th Ave. New York, NY 10019
    212-956-2888 Housed in a 1905 landmark beaux-arts building, the Peninsula manages to exude a turn-of-the-century charm while pampering its guests with new millennium services. The high tech amenities include silent in-room faxes, wireless Internet access, and plasma TVs. The hotel also offers weary vactioners a rest from the hustle of this fast-paced city with its reknowned spa and a fitness center that is one of the few in the city to feature a pool. More >>

  • The Pierre

    The Pierre

    2 E. 61st St. New York, NY 10021
    212-838-8000 The Pierreaa Four Seasonsaowned, posh spot on Fifth Avenue, across from Central Parkais one of the most opulent hotels in the city. The luxurious details, like trompe l'oeil paintings, 1930's deco touches, and European toile fabrics in the 201 guest rooms, add to the hotel's sumptious Eastside charm. If you are lucky (and can afford it), book a park view room. More >>

  • Playland Motel

    Playland Motel

    97-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd. New York, NY 11694

  • The Plaza Hotel

    768 5th Ave. New York, NY 10019

  • The Plaza

    5th Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-759-3000 What are you doing reading a review of the Plaza? You've undoubtedly heard tales of this once famously lavish New York landmark, which no longer be called a hotel. Famed children's book heroine Eloise lived here. Donald "you're fired" Trump once owned it. And the Oak Room restaurant was practically a cafeteria for members of the American literary canon (Hemingway and Fitzgerald, among others, were among the celebrated regulars). More >>

  • The Pod 39

    The Pod 39

    145 E. 39th St. New York, NY 10016

  • The Pod Hotel

    The Pod Hotel

    230 E. 51st St. New York, NY 10022

  • Portland Square Hotel

    132 W. 47th St. New York, NY 10036
    212-382-0600 This modest hotel is perfect for theater buffs in town to catch a few shows, as it is half a block from the TKTS booth and within walking distance to almost every Broadway theater. The clean, small rooms are no-frills but you wonat spend much time in them anyway. Be forewarned though, many rooms share bathrooms so if private baths are a priority be sure to reserve ahead. More >>

  • The Prince George Ballroom

    15 E. 27th St. New York, NY 10016

  • Ramada Inn - New Yorker Hotel

    481 8th Ave. New York, NY 10001
    212-971-0101 In this 1,000-room hotelas previous incarnation it had some 2,500 rooms (one of which Joe DiMaggio used to live in), one of the largest barber shops in the world (with 20 manicurists on hand), and its own private power station (Americaas largest) in its sub-basement. After being shuttered in 1972, reopened in 1994, and bought by the Ramada Group in 2000, the New Yorker is now desirable for budget-conscious business travelers due to itas proximity to Penn Station and the Javits Center and its convenient on-site business center. More >>

  • Ramada Inn Eastside

    161 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10016
    212-545-1800 The Ramada Inn is an excellent option for budget-conscious business travelers. Rooms include coffee-makers, free Wi-Fi, complimentary breakfasts, and 24-hour fitness and business centers that make for a convenient working vacation. The hotel's Murray Hill location is quiet, charming, and close to transportation. More >>

  • Ramada Plaza

    160 Frontage Road Newark, NJ 07114

  • Randolph's, Warwick Hotel

    65 W. 54th St. New York, NY 10019
    212-247-2700 Randolph’s, tucked into the Warwick Hotel on the edge of Uptown, may have one of the greatest restaurant patios in town – full of rocks and plantings that make you feel you’re by a stream in the Colorado mountains. Instead, 17th Avenue is just across the way. And just inside the doors, you have a very ambitious hotel restaurant that focuses on American classics with a definite Colorado flavor, emphasizing both local ingredients and craftsmanship. The dining room is professional without being stuffy, the bar up front an excellent spot to enjoy happy-hour snacks and cocktails. More >>

  • Ravel


    8-08 Queens Place Long Island City, NY 11101

  • Red Roof Inn

    6 W. 32nd St. New York, NY 10001
    212-643-7100 The Red Roof Inn may be part of a chain of budget hotels, but you'll feel right at home there. The 171 rooms are clean and surprisingly stylish and the amenities include free wireless internet, movies and video games On Demand, and even concierge service. Try and wake up before 10 a.m. to take advantage of your daily complimentary breakfast. More >>

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