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New York City's Most Elegant Hotels

New York City's Most Elegant Hotels

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With exceptional amenities and unparalleled service, New York City’s ten Forbes-rated five-star hotels take hospitality to new heights. These glamorous accommodations offer a variety of enticing features, including Michelin-starred dining options, superlative spa treatments and unforgettable views of the City. Get an inside look at six of these prestigious properties in our video, and read more about what makes them so remarkable below.

Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown
This downtown hotel’s alluring interiors come courtesy of designer Yabu Pushelberg. Guests will enjoy the 75-foot indoor pool with two-story windows overlooking the Oculus as well as world-class dining at the first NYC location of Cut by Wolfgang Puck.

Mandarin Oriental, New York
Find Asian-influenced design in Columbus Circle at the Mandarin Oriental. Guests can enjoy massages and Thai yoga in the hotel spa and, at The Aviary NYC, inventive cuisine and cocktails by celebrated chef Grant Achatz.

The Peninsula New York
Stylish suites at this Midtown hotel feature unforgettable views of Fifth Avenue. The 22nd-floor pool and sumptuous sun deck offer another impressive vantage.

The Pierre New York, A Taj Hotel
A longtime favorite of celebrities (think Mick Jagger, Andy Warhol and Frank Sinatra), this hotel has Central Park views and beautiful hand-painted murals in its stunning 1930s Georgian-style building.

The St. Regis New York
Built in 1904 by John Jacob Astor IV, this landmark hotel has a long and storied history. One tasty example: the bloody mary, or, as this hotel calls it, the Red Snapper, made its US debut at the King Cole Bar in 1934.

Trump International Hotel & Tower New York
Modern rooms at the Trump International are appointed with contemporary photography of NYC and floor-to-ceiling windows. A five-star meal at the onsite restaurant, Jean-Georges, will no doubt be equally memorable for guests.

Discover more luxurious accommodations, plus the best of NYC’s designer shopping and fine dining, with our guide to luxury.

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