Romantic hotels in New York

Lowell Hotel – romantic hotel in New York

Lowell Hotel - Romantic hotel New YorkLocated on a quiet, tree – lined street off Madison Avenue, The Lowell is in the heart of New York’s most exclusive and fashionable Upper East Side. A refined 74 room hotel, The Lowell welcomes guests with a serene residential atmosphere reminiscent of a private townhouse.

The Michelangelo Hotel – for a romantic wedding

The Michelangelo Hotel - for a romantic weddingLuxury Rooms and Suites steps away from Times Square, the Theatre District, Radio City Music Hall and Rockefeller Center, Fifth Avenue, and Central Park. Soothing atmosphere ideal for the most discerning business and leisure guests. Superb beds, marble bathrooms and ample space to relax and enjoy yourself.

The Library Hotel – for book lovers

Library Hotel NYThe Library Hotel concept is inspired by the Dewey Decimal system. Each of the 10 guestroom floors honors one of the 10 categories of the Dewey Decimal System and each of the 60 rooms is uniquely adorned with a collection of books and art exploring a distinctive topic within the category it belongs to. Guests are invited to unwind from their urban adventures by enjoying the quiet exploration of over 6,000 books.

Elysée – elegant and calm hotel in New York

Hotel Elysee New YorkBuilt in the 1920’s, the Hotel Elysée is named for one of the finest French Restaurants of that era. Perfect for both the first time visitor and the travel expert, the Hotel Elysée offers superior personal service that many larger five star hotels cannot match. Hotel Elysée is located on East 54th Street between Park and Madison Avenues.

The Plaza – luxury hotel in New York

The Plaza - Romantic Hotel in NYCentral Park, Fifth Avenue, spectacular art, thriving culture, endless shopping, unbelievable dining and lively nightlife – this is New York City. Amid the whirl of excitement you will find The Plaza, a Fairmont Managed Hotel. A cultural oasis amid a bustling metropolis, The Plaza continues the tradition of defining luxury through unmatched service with a modern spirit.

Casablanca Hotel Times Square – boutique hotel in NYC

Casablanca Hotel Times SquareCelebrated as one of the most popular boutique hotels in NYC, the Casablanca Hotel is a hidden gem, located just steps away from vibrant Times Square. The Casablanca Hotel Times Square was inspired by the romance of the movie, “Casablanca.” An oasis of luminous Moroccan glamour and hospitality.

The Towers of the Waldorf Astoria

The Towers of the Waldorf AstoriaOccupying the top 15 floors of the legendary Waldorf Astoria New York, the Towers of the Waldorf Astoria New York is our intimate, richly-appointed luxury “hotel atop a hotel.” With an exclusive entrance steps off Park Avenue in midtown east, it boasts some of the world’s most sought-after accommodations and private residences – many steeped in legend and lore.

Gramercy Park Hotel – for a romantic honeymoon

Gramercy Park Hotel New YorkThis landmark New York Hotel, located in the heart of the City, has been home to creative minds and distinguished guests for nearly a century. The Hotel is a modern take on a traditional grand New York Hotel, with its custom-designed, handcrafted furnishings and rotating collection of 20th century Artwork, including masterpieces from Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

Mandarin Oriental, New York – luxury hotel

Mandarin Oriental, New YorkSoaring above the city, Mandarin Oriental, New York enjoys an unbeatable setting in the midst of the action. Stunning floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the Hudson River, Central Park and Manhattan’s glittering skyline, while our sumptuous rooms and spacious suites offer the ultimate blend of style, comfort and luxury.

The Sherry-Netherland Hotel – iconic Central Park hotel

The Sherry-Netherland Hotel NYExperience world-class service and exquisite accommodations in an iconic Central Park hotel. Topped by an elaborate Gothic minaret, The Sherry-Netherland adds a note of drama and history to the Manhattan skyline. Just look for the signature sidewalk clock on Fifth Avenue that marks our entrance.