6 boutique hotels in New York

6 boutique hotels in New York


Choosing where to stay in New York can be a difficult task. After all, there are many options for all tastes and styles. In this post we will talk about boutique hotels, which are small properties, with charming facilities and an intimate atmosphere. In other words, it is a hotel for those looking for good accommodation with comfort, quality and personality. So, check out 6 boutique hotels in New York below that You Must Go! already known and approved.

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Boutique hotels in New York
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Boutique hotels in New York

Empire Hotel

An excellent option on the Upper West Side, super well located. In a historic building from 1908, the hotel boutique It was renovated in 2008, after a $5 million renovation. There are 426 rooms on 11 floors, with the rooftop It's super trendy, complete with a DJ and drinks. On the first floor of the hotel, there is the Clow Chowder House restaurant, directly from New England, which offers a varied menu. As it is an old building, the hotel has already been used as a location for films and series, such as Gossip Girl e Sex in the City.

Boutique hotels in New York
Empire facade

End: West 63rd Street, Nova York

The Carlyle

Luxury and tradition: there is no better way to define this chain hotel Rosewood. Located in the most sophisticated part of the city, the Upper East Side, it is just a few blocks from Central Park, the Metropolitan Museum and next to the Whitney Museum. In addition to being surrounded by good restaurants and some of the best shops in NY, The Carlyle was opened in the 1930s and remains a reference in the local hotel industry to this day.

End: 35 E 76th St, New York

The Dominick

The luxurious boutique hotel in Soho belongs to the Preferred Hotels label, the largest brand of independent hotels in the world and is strategically located in the trendy Lower Manhattan region. In addition, there are 391 rooms, 12 per floor, and it has a starred Asian restaurant, a full spa, an outdoor pool for summer days and breathtaking views of Manhattan.

End: Spring Street, Nova York

The Greenwich

This hotel, owned by actor, producer and director Robert de Niro, is located in Tribeca and has 88 rooms, with memorable views, and white marble bathrooms. Plus, it has a great location where you can walk to the One World Trade Center memorial. He also has an Italian restaurant, Locanda Verde, run by chef Andrew Carmellini. Frequented not only by guests, but also by New York residents, the boutique hotel is known in the region for its authentic cuisine.

End: Washington Street, Nova York

The Kimberly Hotel & Suites

On 50th St., heart of Midtown, This traditional New York hotel is certainly very well located. Opened in the 80s, the Kimberly, Decorated in a European rococo style, it comes from a time when there were few boutique hotels in NY. Therefore, it remained in this category even though it had almost 200 very spacious rooms. O must of the hotel is the rooftop, which also opens in winter, as the windows are retractable and the floor can be heated. Furthermore, the hotel also has two restaurants on the lobby floor, Bistango and Empire Steak House.

End: East 50th Street, Nova York

Roger Smith Hotel

Super well located in the less busy part of Midtownjust 5 minutes to the wonderful Grand Central, this hotel boutique maintains a decoration for each room. There, all the rooms are decorated with unique furniture, very cozy and friendly. On the ground floor, with a door to the street, is Lily's, a very casual and inviting gallery bar. In addition, there is also Henry's Bar, the bright rooftop, also open to non-guests, where drinks are prepared.

End: Avenida Lexington, Nova York

Anyway, this was our list of boutique hotels in New York! By the way, what about you? Do you know anyone else?

By Renata Araújo
Photos: Renata Araújo, Tamy Roxo and Disclosure