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From the oldest hotel in the city to a super-slick offering in Brooklyn, NYC has accommodation for every budget and every type of traveller…
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$ - Rooms under $125 per night

The Jane

In-the-know regulars flock to The Jane in the West Village. Originally built for sailors in 1908 and restored in 2008, choose from a Standard Cabin or a Bunk Bed Cabin with shared bathrooms or Captain’s Cabins with en suite. From $125​

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The Jane

Freehand

Worth booking a room for the rooftop alone, this hotel houses fitness classes, art workshops and live music – it’s all here in this artistic offering in the Flatiron District of NYC. Rooms feature custom-commissioned artwork by Bard College students and alumni. From $122​

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Freehand Worth

The Arlo

There’s one in SoHo and one in NoMad, but both pack punch when it comes to cool, micro guest rooms in the best locations. With inviting communal spaces and first-class food and drink options, either ticks the city-break box. From $114​

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The Arlo

$$ - Rooms under $200 per night

11 Howard

Former post office turned boutique hotel, 11 Howard is casual luxury with SoHo cool. Combining Scandinavian design with conscious hospitality (meaning it approaches each aspect of the hotel — from design to location to amenities to its ultramodern brand of service — with awareness, purpose, and thoughtful consideration), this hotel is destined to become a classic. From $199

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The Arlo
11 Howard

The Royalton

Reminiscent of a cruise liner with upscale design and sleek finishes, this central Manhattan hotel is steps away from Times Square and the Rockefeller Center. With interiors designed by Roman & Williams, this hotel oozes cool with a touch of the debonair. From $169

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The Royalton Reminiscent

$$$ - Rooms under $350 per night

The Wythe

Factory-turned-hotel The Wythe is located in the hipster enclave Williamsburg, home to creative professionals who choose Brooklyn over Manhattan. The in austral feel has been maintained and softened pattered wallpaper and luxurious bedlinen. From $265​

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The Wythe

The Ludlow

Factory-style casement windows, repurposed old wooden beams and painted brick walls, The Ludlow is rock’n’roll meets regal. Rooms hold dark-wood beds with patterned curtains framing views of the Lower East Side and beyond. From $265

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The Ludlow

The Nomad

With sister properties in LA and Las Vegas, this NYC hotel is intended as a fresh take on the classic grand hotels of Europe with a distinct New York sensibility. Think richly textured furnishings, original artwork and a buzzy atmosphere in its public spaces. From $335​

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The Nomad

$$$$ - Rooms under $500 per night

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is your destination in the city for sweeping skyline views at this waterfront retreat, with amazing views of the East river and Manhattan skyline. Market-driven cuisine, seasonal dips in the rooftop plunge pool, fitness programming and holistic nature-inspired spa treatments at Bamford Haybarn Spa make this a city break for a natural twist. From $460

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1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

The Bowery

Want the feel of your own apartment in a hip hotel? The Bowery ticks the box with light, airy bedrooms, an Art Deco bar and fresh decor. It’s a good choice for first timers with 9/11 museum, wall Street, Battery Park and ferries to Staten Island and Liberty Island on your doorstep. From $365​

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The Bowery

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