Great Places to Stay Traveling to New York City

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Do you have travel to New York City coming up soon? Whether you’ve been to the city before or it’s your very first time, if you don’t have relatives or friends to stay with, you’re going to be looking for a quality place to rest your head.

Finding the very best place can be overwhelming when you have to consider all the factors, like price, comfort, service, health & safety, location, and more! To give you a jumpstart, we’ve analyzed a few of the very best hotels in New York City. All are very different -from quirky to traditional- but highly rated. Read on to see why these are your best options, and then choose the one that best serves your needs!

Moxy East Village

If you’re looking for the cool factor, look no further than Moxy East Village, which embraces the vibrant and rebellious spirit of the neighborhood. It’s bursting at the seams with art and trendy designs that pay homage to the punks, Beatniks, LGBTQ activists, and Avant Gardes that made The Village what it is today. Dine-in on Mediterranean cuisine at their on-site restaurant. Other cool amenities include Netflix, bunk beds for family rooms, and a rooftop bar.

The Plaza

To stay somewhere that’s stood the test of time -and for good reason- enjoy a stay at The Plaza. This iconic hotel in the castle on Central Park has been featured in countless plays and films and hosted famous people from all walks of life. During your stay, be sure to take part in its inimitable Afternoon Tea in the lobby. And if you’re traveling with kids, visit Eloise (of the 1955 children’s book) in her pink-bedecked room in the hotel.

Ink 48 Hotel

If you’re looking to stay somewhere with classic beauty and contemporary amenities, Ink 48 is the “modern marvel” for you. This Hell’s Kitchen Hotel derives its name from its location in a former 1930s theatrical printing press building, and it seamlessly blends old and new with modern amenities like a spa, a fitness room, meeting spaces, and free Wi-Fi. In keeping with its roots, Ink 48’s restaurant is named PRINT and its rooftop bar is called The Press Lounge.  When you’re not enjoying these on-site perks, head to the nearby Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum on the Hudson River!

TWA Hotel

If you’re taking a quick trip through the city and want to be close to an airport, book a stay at the TWA Hotel, located on the grounds of John F Kennedy International Airport in Queens. You can’t get more convenient to the airport than a runway view from your hotel room window and a quick Air Train ride to the terminal! And in addition to the prime location, you’ll be enjoying a fun stay. The hotel’s quirky mid-century design “[celebrates] the style of the sixties” in a nod to the Golden Age of air travel. There’s also a rooftop “pool-cuzzi” (a large pool heated up to 95˚), a cocktail lounge inside a 1958 airplane named Connie, and 200,000 square feet of lobby that includes museum exhibits with vintage cars.

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