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NEW YORK CITY
BOUTIQUE HOTELS

When it comes to boutique hotels, New York is the city that started it all. So it's no surprise that it's home to the world's greatest concentration of extraordinary boutique and luxury hotels. If you can make it here, after all, you can make it anywhere. From the quirky independents to the best of the big chains, from Midtown to Tribeca to the Lower East Side, New York's got something for virtually any taste. Here's our guide to Tablet's NYC boutique hotel selection:

UPPER EAST SIDE

THE MARK
Madison Ave/77th

Posh enough for uptown residents, stylish enough for downtown visitors, capped off with a very fine restaurant by Jean-Georges.

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THE LOWELL
63rd St.

Reserved and residential, the Lowell saves it all for the interiors: the rooms, the suites, the Post House and the Pembroke Room.

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THE CARLYLE
76th/Madison Ave

It's as though the boutique hotel trend never happened; and if there were more hotels like the Carlyle, maybe it wouldn't have.

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THE SURREY
76th/Madison Ave

Who says the Upper East Side doesn't care about design? The Surrey is as stylish as anything, and the rooftop garden is a treat.

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MIDTOWN

THE QUIN
W 57th St.

They've turned the storied Buckingham Hotel into a brand new establishment, a no-holds-barred modern luxury hotel.

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CHAMBERS
56th St/Fifth Ave

Its address (and view) is Midtown, but Chambers aims for a loft-like downtown style, all hardwood floors and full-length windows.

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WESTHOUSE HOTEL
W 55th St.

The Art Deco spirit of the Twenties is alive in the WestHouse, a brand-new luxury boutique in a massive 1927-vintage building.

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LONDON NYC
W 54th St.

The name and the décor are distinctly British, and so is the cuisine, thanks to the restaurant, Gordon Ramsay's first in the U.S.

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SOFITEL NEW YORK
W 44th St.

Here in the heart of Manhattan, an Art Deco–influenced luxury hotel with a French connection is like a little Parisian holiday.

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ROYALTON
W 44th St.

The Royalton was one of NYC's first boutique hotels, and after a thorough redesign, it's once again one of the best.

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ANDAZ 5TH AVENUE
Fifth Ave/41st St.

Fifth Avenue is a prestigious address: here Andaz mixes boutique hotel style with the utmost in luxury hotel comfort.

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ARCHER HOTEL NEW YORK
W 38th St.

This contemporary homage to classic Manhattan hospitality feels somehow more authentic than its historical models.

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ST. REGIS NEW YORK
Fifth Ave/55th St.

Not a modern classic or a contemporary classic but simply a classic; the King Cole Bar ranks among the world's true originals.

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MORGANS
Madison Ave

One of the original New York boutique hotels, Morgans takes its inspiration from prewar Manhattan apartment life.

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ACE HOTEL NEW YORK
W 29th St.

Retro-bohemian style and a West Coast obsession with the good life make the Ace one of New York's hottest tickets.

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THE NOMAD HOTEL
W 29th St.

Jacques Garcia's inimitable interior design brings a welcome Parisian influence to the up-and-coming North of Madison Park.

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CASSA 45th STREET
W 45th St.

A Viceroy in all but name, Cassa 45th Street is stylish, accessible, and makes the most of the city's surrounding conveniences.

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REFINERY HOTEL
W 45th St.

You'd expect a hotel in the famed Garment District to be as fashionable as they come, and in the Refinery's case you'd be right.

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THE PENINSULA
Fifth Ave/55 St.

'Impeccable' comes to mind in this Far East Beaux-Arts gem: the service, the cuisine, the comforts, and the iconic setting.

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MIDTOWN WEST

MANDARIN ORIENTAL
Columbus Circle/60th St.

The Mandarin Oriental name is legendary in high-end hospitality, and as you'd expect, they brought their A game to NYC.

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HUDSON
W 58th St.

One of the original Schrager/Starck collaborations, the Hudson is known for affordable rooms and extravagant public spaces.

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INK48
11th Ave/48th St.

Hell's Kitchen is now Midtown West, and this old printing press is now a vibrant, colorful, stylishly luxe boutique hotel.

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PARK HYATT NEW YORK
W 57th St.

They took their time getting to Manhattan but Park Hyatt's concept is clear, and the execution, as ever, is flawless.

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THE BRYANT PARK HOTEL
W 40th St.

It's a classic piece of Midtown architecture and a classic NYC boutique hotel, with views of the highly underrated Bryant Park.

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6 COLUMBUS
Columbus Circle

Columbus Circle is Manhattan's great crossroads, and 6 Columbus is the boutique hotel at the heart of it all.

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VICEROY NEW YORK
W 57th St.

Efficient room layouts and inspired design by Roman and Williams elevate the Viceroy to instant-classic status.

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MIDTOWN EAST

LANGHAM PLACE
Fifth Ave/37th St.

Judging by the building, a monumental tower by Gwathmey Siegel & Associates, the Langham Place is a pretty big deal.

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TIMES SQUARE

NIGHT HOTEL
Fifth Ave/37th St.

Amid the neon riot of Times Square, the Night hotel, in basic black and white, is the very picture of fashionable composure.

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CITIZENM TIMES SQUARE
W 50th St.

Comfortable, stylish and reasonably priced, citizenM solves an equation that defies the laws of hospitality mathematics.

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MURRAY HILL

GANSEVOORT PARK HOTEL
Park Ave/29th St.

Park Avenue romance plus Gansevoort open-air nightlife equals one of the best things to hit Murray Hill in a long time.

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HOTEL CHANDLER
E 31st St.

The boutique-hotel concept has grown up; the Chandler provides an affordable introduction to the New York hospitality scene.

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CHELSEA

HOTEL AMERICANO
E 27th St.

The Mexico-based Habita group shows why they're so highly regarded back home in this, their first effort north of the border.

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HIGH LINE HOTEL
Tenth Ave/21st St.

From its extremely sober exterior there's no hint that the High Line is among New York's most unique boutique hotels.

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EVENTI - A KIMPTON HOTEL
Ave of Americas/30th St.

Smart-looking, comfortable, friendly and inclusive, and about as central as a Manhattan boutique hotel can get.

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GRAMERCY PARK

GRAMERCY PARK HOTEL
Lexington Ave

Gramercy Park's unique interiors, by painter and filmmaker Julian Schnabel, set the agenda for a bohemian boutique revival.

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INN AT IRVING PLACE
Irving Place

Less is more at this intimate hotel near Union Square, essentially a luxurious and well-designed bed-and-breakfast.

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FLATIRON

THE ROGER
Madison Ave/31st St.

A fine old building, sharp interior design, and a convenient location — the Roger shows there's virtue in simplicity.

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UNION SQUARE

HYATT UNION SQUARE
Fourth Ave

With the advent of the Hyatt Union Square, this corner of New York takes a decided turn towards the upscale.

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MEATPACKING DISTRICT

THE STANDARD HIGH LINE
Washington St.

For its High Line–straddling location as well as its exhibitionistic design, this is New York's most talked-about boutique hotel.

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DREAM DOWNTOWN
W 16th St.

Notable for its stylish rooms and its social spaces, this Dream's greatest draw might be its sand-fringed outdoor pool.

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THE MARITIME HOTEL
Lexington ave.

This former sailors' lodging is now a boutique hotel, but it's retained its nautical charm, right down to its porthole windows.

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GANSEVOORT MEATPACKING
Lexington ave.

Here the pleasure principle reigns supreme; Gansevoort Meatpacking is as close as NYC gets to a Miami Beach vibe.

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GREENWICH VILLAGE

THE MARLTON HOTEL
W 8th St.

Budget-friendly rates, a fine restaurant/bar, and a surplus of personality make the Marlton one of the moment's hottest hotels.

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WEST VILLAGE

THE JADE HOTEL
W 13th St.

Budget-friendly rates, a fine restaurant/bar, and a surplus of personality make the Marlton one of the moment's hottest hotels.

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EAST VILLAGE

THE STANDARD EAST VILLAGE
Cooper Square

Part modern architectural statement, part East Village pied-à-terre, this Standard is among NYC's most buzz-worthy boutiques.

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SOHO

THE BROOME
Broome St.

With just fourteen rooms, the Broome achieves a measure of private seclusion that seems impossible in bustling SoHo.

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HOTEL HUGO SOHO
Greenwich St.

With easy access to TriBeCa and the West Village, the Hugo puts the west side's Hudson Square on the hospitality map.

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CROSBY STREET HOTEL
Crosby St.

This cobbled SoHo street finally gets the monument it deserves in the form of Firmdale's outstanding luxury boutique hotel.

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THE MERCER
Cooper Square

This first-wave downtown boutique hotel is still going strong, proving smart design and top-shelf service never go out of style.

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SIXTY SOHO
Cooper Square

This SoHo institution single-handedly made the rooftop lounge an indispensable NYC boutique-hotel accessory.

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MONDRIAN SOHO
Crosby St.

Affordable, stylish, and packed with vibrant social life, Manhattan's only Mondrian finds the Morgans group in peak form.

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TRUMP SOHO
Spring St.

The Trump Soho finds its namesake tycoon in a remarkably restrained mood, and the result is (dare we say) shockingly cool.

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SOHO GRAND HOTEL
W. Broadway

One of the original downtown boutique hotels, this stylish SoHo lodging still has what it takes to earn the Grand name.

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THE JAMES NEW YORK
Grand St.

Equal parts modern flair and classic Gotham romance, the James is unique in NYC for its rooftop English-style pub.

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LOWER EAST SIDE

THE LUDLOW HOTEL
Ludlow St.

Simply put, it's everything you love about the Lower East Side — great food, great nightlife, edgy style — all under one roof.

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SIXTY LES
Allen St.

Allen Street is uncharted territory for hotels, but familiar ground for nightlife, and SIXTY LES makes sure it's pulling its weight.

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HOTEL ON RIVINGTON
Rivington St.

The name says it all; the trend-setting Hotel on Rivington combines edgy downtown cool with sleek boutique sheen.

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Noho

THE BOWERY HOTEL
Bowery

One of the first boutique hotels to buck the minimalist trend, the Bowery kicked off a new mania for eclectic bohemian chic.

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Nolita

THE NOLITAN HOTEL
Kenmare St.

It's stylish, it's comfortable, and the location (North of Little Italy) puts you at something of a downtown crossroads.

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TRIBECA

THE GREENWICH HOTEL
Kenmare St.

Between his Tribeca film festival and the Greenwich Hotel, nobody's done more for Tribeca than Robert DeNiro.

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TRIBECA GRAND HOTEL
Greenwich St.

The West Side sequel to the Soho Grand has big luxury-boutique shoes to fill, but in the end it's every bit as grand.

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SMYTH - A THOMPSON HOTEL
W Broadway

Great dining and nightlife, and an ideal location for shopping and business; Tribeca and Smyth are perfect for each other.

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FINANCIAL DISTRICT

ANDAZ WALL STREET
Wall St.

All of the Andaz hotels are big statements, but the Wall Street edition of Hyatt's luxury-boutique label may be the grandest.

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GILD HALL
Gold St.

Warm, clubby, eclectic and full of character and personality — it's not at all what you'd expect from the Financial District.

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WILLIAMSBURG & GREENPOINT BROOKLYN

WYTHE HOTEL
Williamsburg

All things Williamsburg come together under one roof — if you're new to Brooklyn then this is the place for a crash course.

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MCCARREN HOTEL & POOL
Williamsburg

A rising star in Brooklyn's nascent scene, complete with the requisite rooftop lounge and a very in-demand saltwater pool.

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THE BOX HOUSE HOTEL
Greenpoint

This warehouse-chic space boasts incredible East River views and a front-row seat to the emergence of a new cultural scene.

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