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NYC Luxury: The Best Hotels In New York City For Business Travelers, 2019

New York City is one of the most happening places in the world and an ever-growing metropolis. It is also the hottest hub for travelers and business people alike to conduct meetings and many conventions happen here on a regular basis. For such business people, staying at a luxurious hotel is a must. New York, fortunately, has some amazing luxury hotels which have a blend of heritage with contemporary amenities. Interestingly, New York is also a great tourist destination attracting many globe trotters almost every day of the year. We bring you the list of most luxurious hotels in New York:

  1. The Plaza Hotel New York.
    768 5th Ave, New York, NY 10019, United States
    Ruled predominantly by large corporates and conglomerates, Plaza Hotel is another one in the list which is in proximity to the best places in New York City. As the hotel is located in Grand Army Plaza, Central Park is almost like a backyard. Europeans, as well as celebrities, prefer to stay here for the homely feel it gives. The lobby here features an antique French Desk, and the rooms are quite spacious as well. The bathrooms are designed in Italian style with full marble flooring. Another fun aspect here is- even the faucets are coated with 24-karat gold!
  2. Park Hyatt New York.
    153 W 57th St, New York, NY 10019, United States
    Spread across 25 floors in the 90-floored tall building at New York’s Midtown, it is one of the classiest places to stay in the world. With its location quite close to Times Square and even to Central Park, one can happily go for a leisurely stroll or go shopping at the best stalls. The ambiance here features contemporary art from famous Indie artists. The outward look of the hotel is with glass, that gives a breathtaking appearance for the outsiders as well. The hotel also features a temperature control swimming pool with underwater speakers. It also boasts of amazing service with personalized assistance to every customer right from the time they check-in.
  3. Hotel Four Seasons New York.
    57 East 57th Street, New York, New York 10022, United States
    If you are looking for grandeur and extravagance in terms of stay and luxury, the Four Seasons is the right choice. However, by grandeur the hotel is also quite classy by nature. It offers a breathtaking view of the city from the topmost floor with the vision of Central Park and the Hudson river. The place also features amazing food from global cuisine. The Garden Restaurant serves classic American dishes with outdoor seating in the shadows of Acadia trees. However, for an Eastern food indulgence, try the Ty Lounge with Korean infused dishes.
  4. Mandarin Oriental, New York.
    80 Columbus Cir, New York, NY 10023, United States
    Located at the Time Warner Center to the south of Central Park, Mandarin Oriental is also in proximity to some of the best food places, restaurants, cafes and shopping centers around. With 202 rooms overall and 46 luxurious suites, they have the variations of those in 11 aesthetic sensibilities. The hotel aims to fuse Eastern bliss with motifs and accents, instead of being totally retro. The walls and ornaments here feature a lot of purple and gold accents.
  5. The Greenwich Hotel.
    377 Greenwich St, New York, NY 10013, United States
    For a local feel of New York and interaction with the intimate neighborhood in the proximity of Greenwich village, this hotel is a fantastic option. The biggest spokespersons of this hotel is Robert Di Niro with a bold outlook of handcrafted design. The mixture of styles range between Tibet and Morocco- which is quite a unique experience.
  6. The Carlyle, A Rosewood Hotel.
    35 E 76th St, New York, NY 10021, United States
    This timeless classic is a marvel of New York City. Café Carylyle offers great entertainment with live music. Built way back in 1930, Carylyle exudes charm and brilliance. It is also regarded as a home away from home by various celebrities and business people alike.
  7. The Mercer Hotel, NYC.
    147 Mercer St, New York, NY 10012, United States
    Located in the heart of New York City, with 75 rooms and six floors of superior Romanesque revival in America. It speaks of elegance, subtlety, and intimacy in every respect. Every visitor is considered special by the staff and treated with great care and attention.
  8. The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park.
    50 Central Park South, New York, NY 10019 United States
    This Manhattan hotel in Midtown overlooks Central Park and is within walking distance of Fifth Avenue and Rockefeller Center. The 253-room Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park is an iconic, award-winning hotel.
  9. The Lowell Hotel.
    28 East 63rd Street, at Madison Ave, New York, NY 10065, United States
    The biggest advantage of Lowell is its placement between Madison Avenue and The Central Park. The long historic heritage of this hotel dates back to 1937. The classic furnishes including wood fires, books, and sculptures which are mostly unique to the region.
  10. The Mark Hotel.
    25 E 77th St, New York, NY 10075, United States
    With bold appearance and ambiance, The Mark stands high in the glitzy aura of New York. With excellent service and sumptuous food options, The Mark is unique in its own regard to show the beauty of New York.

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