For being The City That Never Sleeps, New York sure has a crapload of hotels, motels, and Holiday Inns. But if some hoodlum in the hostel room next to you isn't ripping you off, then your hotel manager probably is. Thankfully, we've pulled together the best lodging options no matter your budget or agenda
Touched down at the intersection of the club-tastic Meatpacking District and arts-tastic Chelsea, Dream Downtown is like a marriage of its midtown NY and South Beach siblings, providing luxury accommodations and modern amenities in the heart of one of Manhattan's most vibrant hoods.
Staying in New York is never cheap, but at least The Ace Hotel in Midtown offers you six different room choices to meet your requirements. If you're looking to kick it in Midtown without killing your wallet, The Ace Hotel is the place to do it.
Modern tech'd out lodging on the border of Times Square...
Staying outside of Manhattan is a great for anyone whose cash strapped, but with top-notch views of said borough and only one train stop between them, shacking up at the Wythe won't drive you so crazy you get strapped to a bed...
A biergarten, a pizza garden, the High Line, Meatpacking, the Standard Grill, Le Bain... this hotel has so much to do, you'll probably never want to leave.
The Jane offers something no New Yorker ever thought possible: thoughtful accommodations at a reasonable price. This hotel has a ship theme going on and it totally works, in addition to their awesome bar/lounge: The Jane Ballroom.
Nestled amongst the busting streets of SoHo, and offering unobstructed views of the Hudson and East River, the James Hotel is the perfect place to decide which of the city's waterways is the coolest (Bronx River, son!) and experience city culture & shopping at its best