Blending botanically inspired design with Italian romance, the newly opened Moxy embraces its location in the Flower District. The greenhouse-style atrium and hotel entry is reminiscent of a flower shop—of which there is actually one in the hotel.
High Line Hotel
The High Line Hotel, which occupies a building originally built in 1895, transports guests back in time with 19th-century beauty while offering modern amenities—like Intelligentsia Coffee.
Innside New York NoMad
Innside is a contemporary lifestyle brand from Spain's Melia Hotels, and this hotel, their newest in New York and first for the US, features stylish interiors with a bright and comfortable design.
Kimpton Hotel Eventi
The Eventi’s lobby feels like a stylish living room, thanks to art on the walls and charming flourishes like chess boards. Its guest rooms feature floor-to-celling windows, perfect for taking in the skyline.
Cambria Hotel New York–Chelsea
Guests enjoy sweeping views while sipping local craft brews and signature cocktails on the rooftop lounge. Suites include sleeper sofa, mini fridge and microwave.
DoubleTree by Hilton New York City—Chelsea
With a variety of amenities and a location that provides easy access to explore area attractions, this hotel covers guests’ needs. Upgrade your stay to a junior suite, featuring a separate living area.
Steps from some of New York City’s most famous contemporary sights, such as Hudson Yards and the High Line, the hotel offers 56 guest rooms designed in modern, welcoming style.
At this lifestyle-driven boutique property, take in the hip neighborhood vibe while dining street-side or head up to the rooftop bar for views of the city skyline.
Hyatt House New York Chelsea
Comfort and convenience await at this property in the heart of Chelsea. Its spacious guest rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, many with spectacular skyline views.
Over the past few decades, Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood has evolved into a bustling arts district packed with galleries. It’s a popular area for visitors to stay thanks to an enticing selection of restaurants, nightclubs and attractions. Don’t miss the High Line—a beautiful public park built on an abandoned rail line—and Chelsea Market, a hip shopping center and food court housed in an industrial space that was once the National Biscuit Company factory.
Other entertainment options include Chelsea Piers, a sporting complex with a driving range that overlooks the Hudson River; the Highline Ballroom, featuring concerts and other performances; and the Joyce Theatre, one of NYC’s premier dance venues. The following hotels will help you stay in the heart of the action.