Located just outside of the Theater District, the 269-roomed Ace Hotel manages to steal the show, sporting six room sizes (from Bunk to Loft) to ensure you'll find option that fits your travel needs and your budget, and house restaurants from local uber-chef April Bloomfield.
See this awesome couch with a bear-skin rug draped over it? You can't sleep on it, but it's cool.
You can, however, sleep here, in one of Ace's "Large" rooms. It's got a queen-sized bed, a work station, and a record player, so you can finally bring your entire LP collection to NY and fit in with everyone else!
Bringing a buddy? Perhaps the "Medium Double Double" would be to your liking, with its full-sized beds, vintage decor you can totally Instagram, and acoustic guitar in case you get nostalgic about not impressing college chicks. Seriously, NYC co-eds have the guile of an entire Real Housewives cast.
Even their conference rooms are cool!
Oh, and their food options are tops in the neighborhood, including an outpost of PDX favorite Stumptown Coffee...
...the ultra-inventive No. 7 Sub...
...a revival of Chelsea's dearly missed John Dory Oyster Bar...
...and the insanely popular Breslin, which boasts Jurassic-sized Scotch eggs, crispy pig's trotters sized for two, and an entire pudding menu. As a special bonus, the Breslin is walk-in only for the public, but guests can make a rezzie. Damn you're fine!!