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  • 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 >>

  • Four Seasons Hotel New York

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

  • Habitat Hotel

    212 E. 57th St. New York, NY 10022

    Under $200 a day and itas not a crackhouse? Fortune shines on those who finagle a reservation at Habitat Hotel, a stylish option for the budget-minded traveler. Non-ugly rooms with all the necessary amenities, and prices starting at $75 a night. You wouldnat think it was possible in this city. More >>

  • Hotel Elysée

    60 E. 54th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-753-1066 This charming, intimate hotel, named for one of the best French restaurants of its era, has been a city hideaway since it opened in the a20s. Celebrities like Tennessee Williams, Marlon Brando, and Joe DiMaggio all lived here at one pointaWilliams for 15 years! The 101-room hotel was recently renovated but has maintained its clubby charm, romantic allure, and understated elegance. More >>

  • The Kimberly Hotel

    145 E. 50th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-0400 This Eastside hotel forgoes the hip, minimalist design of most of the city's boutique hotels, decorating its 185 guest rooms with the kind of staid, yet classy, decor preferred by the neighborhood's resident ladies who lunch. Vue, the Kimberly's in-house supper club, is ultra-modern with 3-D surround cinema that makes it seem like you are eating in a futuristic IMAX theater. For fitness afficianados, the hotel offers complimentary membership at the nearby New York Health and Raquet Club, which features raquetball courts, yoga classes, and a pool. More >>

  • New York Palace Hotel

    New York Palace Hotel

    455 Madison Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-888-7000 Just sitting in the courtyard is relaxing, so imagine how nice it would be to sleep in the hotel. Incongruous with the rest of midtown, this 125-year old building is a gem. Despite luxury improvements, the hotel still maintains a quaint ambiance. More >>

  • 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 >>

  • The Pod Hotel

    The Pod Hotel

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

  • Regency Hotel

    540 Park Ave. New York, NY 10065

  • The St Regis New York

    2 E. 55th St. New York, NY 10022
    212-339-6719 This oft-lauded hotel (it is AAA Five Diamond and Mobil Travel Guide Five Star rated) is housed in a beaux arts building that dates back to 1904. Though it is decorated lavishly with swanky Louis XVI furnishingagiving it an air of high society refinery and antiquityathe 315 spacious guest rooms are also tricked out with every modern convenience from high speed Internet access to fax machines. Be sure to have a bloody mary in the King Cole Bar Lounge, where the drink (then called a Red Snapper) was invented. More >>

  • The W Hotel

    541 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022

  • W New York

    541 Lexington Ave. New York, NY 10022
    212-755-1200 This location, opened in 1998, was the first in the now ubiquitous W hotel chain. The sprawling, feng shuiainspired lobby (featuring a stone floor, a wall covered in seeds and grass, and a cascading waterfall) is lovely, but be prepared for your room to be tiny. On the bright side though, all 688 rooms are stocked with Bliss bath products and the hotel recently renovated to feature a Bliss spa on-site. Steer clear of the ahipa Rande Gerber hotel bar, Whiskey Blue, which offers overpriced drinks served by underdressed girls to outer-borough clientele. More >>