Discover our guide to the most beautiful design hotels and boutique hotels in New York – from SoHo to Chelsea, Midtown, TRiBeCa or NoMad. Where to sleep in New York is more than just a practical matter, it is an experience in itself, which must be in harmony with this unique and striking city.
Neighbourhood by neighbourhood, we share a visual and emotional inspiration; let’s engage our taste for beautiful spaces and New York design!
A highly subjective selection for our most attentive readers who are attentive to neat aesthetics, graphic design and other “photographic” atmospheres worked on!
Something to inspire your next visit to this iconic city with its delicious gigantic size. We hope so! Have a good trip!
WHERE TO SLEEP IN TRIBECA AND SOHO?
TRiBeCa, southwest of Lower Manhattan! A magical acronym for “TRIangle BElow CAnal Street”, this former industrial zone has become in less than three decades a gentrified district to excess!
The stars of the music and film industry are rushing to buy at great expense such a hidden penthouse or unimaginable loft ! TRiBeCa made you dream! What could be more chic than living there!
Discover our selection of boutique hotels and design hotels in the heart of this incredible district, with its emblematic ochre aesthetic (and truly photogenic). Our three favorite boutique hotels in TriBeCa / SoHo are the Roxy Hotel, the 11 Howard and the Arlo SoHo ! read the rest of our guide, with other beautiful addresses!
WHERE TO SLEEP IN MIDTOWN EAST?
Before answering the question, it is first necessary to understand the geographical situation and the neighbourhoods that make up the area. And I’m telling you right now, it’s falsely simple.
Not a travel guide, magazine or blog will give you the same geographical delimitation ! the New Yorkers themselves do not have the same conception of this vast entity and most often indicate the name and the crossing of the streets !
Midtown East is undoubtedly New York’s most famous shopping district. Near Grand Central, this huge business and business area, is a fabulous place for photography and visits! read more about our special guide beautiful addresses!
Why choose a hotel in Midtown East? It is a very lively neighbourhood, day and night. The countless restaurants, cafés, bars, pubs and pubs welcome executives wishing to relax from their day. In addition, there are refined and original boutique hotels! Our ten favorite boutique hotels in Midtown East are:
MADE, MOXY, ARLO NOMAD, HGU NEW YORK, ACE HOTEL NYC, WHITBY, 1 HOTEL CENTRAL PARK, NOMAD, VICEROY and ANDAZ 5th AVENUE!
WHERE TO SLEEP IN MIDTOWN WEST?
Midtown West is one of New York’s major tourist epicenters-with the vibrant Hell’s Kitchen, Columbus Circle, Theater District including Times Square or Broadway!
As for Midtown East, the boundaries of the district are debatable: should it include Garment District, Hudson Yards,… each blog or magazine goes from its location! But as the Americans say, “Who cares?” This beautiful and large Manhattan neighborhood offers great boutique addresses and design hotels! A unique experience in this unique world city.
Why choose a hotel in Midtown West? The proximity of the Theater District and its spectacular theatres is a good argument for staying in this part of New York! Countless theatres, concert halls and shows throughout the year make Broadway an essential (and photogenic) stopover in the discovery of the city.
Our seven favorite boutique hotels in Midtown West are:
GREGORY, YOTEL, WESTHOUSE, CHATWAL, TIME, KNICKERBOCKER and ARCHER!
WHERE TO SLEEP IN CHELSEA?
Chelsea, in the western Midtown (Manhattan), is probably the most artistic, beautiful and even interesting neighborhood in New York. Where to sleep in Chelsea is a recurring question in travel guides and blogs, as the area offers so many treasures to discover and photograph!
Countless art galleries, organic markets, starred restaurants, beautiful brasseries, give this district the air of a New York “village”!
Not to mention the Highline, this former railway line redeveloped into a park, where it is fashionable to come for a picnic or to contemplate the Hudson River, never too far away! For the past two decades, this iconic district of New York has been at the heart of the artistic avant-garde; a large number of art galleries have been set up between 16th and 27th Street, including the sublime Gagosian spaces.
The cultural life in this western part is very rich: many theatres, auteur cinemas, specialized bookstores,... are located there. A major centre of fashion and trends, fashions designers, new stylists, brand artistic directors and of course the big luxury names have invested massively in Chelsea, to seduce happy few communities.
Our three favorite hotels in Chelsea are the HIGH LINE HOTEL, AMERICANO and STANDARD HIGH LINE!