These 10 Manhattan Hotels Put The Lux In Luxury

Caitlin Horsfield Caitlin Horsfield

These 10 Manhattan Hotels Put The Lux In Luxury
Looking to plan a trip to NYC and you’ve decided to go all out on accommodation? There are plenty of more budget friendly options out there but for those of you looking to make the trip the most bougie experience it could possibly be, these 10 hotels might just have what you’re looking for.
The Mark Hotel

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The Mark Hotel is all about the full experience. They have everything you could possibly need, ranging from an award winning restaurant, beautiful bar, hair and beauty salon, personal concierge service and fitness center. Not to mention that they’re located only one block away from the middle of Central Park.

Address: Madison Avenue at 77th Street

More info: their website.

The Arlo Soho

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Arlo Soho makes up one of the two Arlo hotels in New York. It’s referred to as a “home base for urban explorers” and offers thoughtfully designed micro guest rooms with modern, cozy furniture. Rooms come with an array of bed types and views and in some cases, even a large outdoor terrace. The hotel has won quite a few awards in past years, adding to its desirability.

Address: 231 Hudson Street

More info: their website.

Public Hotel

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The idea at Public Hotel is luxury for all. The rooms are refined and sophisticated. There are also two main dining options; a traditional and quite fancy sit down restaurant and a more casual, market like space as well as three distinct bars, one of which is on the roof.

Address: 215 Chrystie Street

More info: their website.

The Beekman


You might be familiar with this shot of the Beekman Hotel. The nine-story atrium is a one-of-a-kind feature has been restored, illuminating the hotel from within. The upper levels of the atrium are decorated with Victorian wrought-iron railings and are ornamented with flowers, dragons, and sunbursts. Not only is the hotel beautiful, but the service is impeccable, offering complimentary details like a turn down service at night and free newspaper in the mornings.

Address: 123 Nassau Street

More info: their website.

The Ludlow


The Ludlow offers four different sleep options ranging from studios to penthouses but luxury rules at every level. Almost all rooms offer a cozy sitting area, ample bathroom and a huge bed. The restaurant, Dirty French, is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and the lounge and bar area is also a great place for relaxing and having a drink.

Address: 180 Ludlow Street

More info: their website.

The Broome


The Broome is an extra special hotel in Soho. In addition to the beautiful, upscale rooms, you also have access to an open-air Moroccan-tiled courtyard. Not to mention the complimentary farm-to-table breakfast each morning.

Address: 431 Broome Street

More info: their website.

Freehand New York


Freehand Hotel is located in a few cities across the U.S. including Miami, Chicago and Los Angeles. The style of some of the rooms are reminiscent of a youth hostel, but just imagine that room with a glass of champagne in its hand. One of the best things about Freehand has got to be the bar and their handcrafted cocktails.

Address: 23 Lexington Avenue

More info: their website.

Refinery Hotel


Refinery Hotel draws their design inspo from their past. Each of the spacious rooms feature industrial accents such as 12-foot ceilings and distressed hardwood floors adding a little hint of lux to the space. The restaurant and bar also add something to note; the stylish rooftop is a perfect place for a happy hour drink and the vintage style restaurant serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

Address: 63 West 38th Street

More info: their website.

Gild Hall

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Gild Hall is a boutique hotel in Lower Manhattan that features seven different types of suites, a business center, fitness center, and popular La Soffita bar which is open until 10:30 pm every night.

Address: 22 Platt Street

More info: their website.

The Greenwich Hotel

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The Greenwich Hotel consists of 88 rooms and suites, none of which are alike. The furnishings draw from a wide range of cultural influences, from hand-loomed, Tibetan silk rugs to English leather settees. All beds are Duxiana from Sweden and the bathrooms are designed in unique patterns of hand laid Moroccan tile or Italian Carrara marble. Unlike a few of the other hotels on the list, The Greenwich also has a totally lux pool and spa area that’s been showcased on Conde Nast Traveler and Harpars Baazar. The restaurant, Locanda Verde, is also worth noting- it’s a popular Italian place that’s worth trying out even if you aren’t spending the night.

Address: 377 Greenwich Street

More info: their website.