Our Top 5 of the most stylish hotels in New York City

If we could, we would probably spend our whole lives in New York, moving from hotel to hotel. The Big Apple has by far the coolest and most unique accommodations imaginable. We’ll show you our top 5 most stylish boutique hotels in the city that never sleeps.

Sixty Soho, Soho

Right at the top of our list of favorites is the newly renovated Sixty SoHo, which is located in what is currently the trendiest district in New York City. This hip boutique hotel with a total of 97 stylish rooms and suites is best known for its rooftop bar, arguably the coolest rooftop bar in New York City. Art lovers can view the works of well-known British artist Harland Miller throughout the building. The restaurant serves the finest French cuisine in an urban setting. Incidentally, the rooftop terrace is only open to members and hotel guests, making it the perfect place to enjoy the breathtaking view over downtown Manhattan on warm summer nights.

© Sixty Soho

Hotel Americano, Chelsea

Hotel Americano is located in the heart of Chelsea, between High Line and the Hudson River. The rooms are decorated in Japanese style and are mostly furnished with natural materials. You sleep in large wooden cubes and dine in the hotel’s restaurant. At breakfast, the choice between fragrant croissants, freshly baked scones, classic eggs Benedict or tasty pancakes is always a difficult one. If you don’t have time for a hearty breakfast, you can stock up on snacks for a day in the Big Apple at the on-site coffee shop.

The Williamsburg Hotel, Williamsburg

The Williamsburg Hotel, Williamsburg

An area which, just five years ago, was primarily an industrial zone, is now a center for creativity and big dreams. The Williamsburg Hotel is located in the heart of one of New York City’s most fascinating neighborhoods. The building was designed by a London design agency and consists largely of brick, glass and steel. True to the motto “We do things a little differently”, this stylish boutique hotel promises its guests an unforgettable stay in one of its 150 rooms designed by Michaelis Boyd Studios.

© The Williamsburg Hotel

The Time New York, Theatre District

The Time New York, Theatre District

The elegant The Time New York in the Theater District redefines the term relaxed luxury. From the stylish lobby, to the sophisticated standard rooms, to the imposing penthouse suite, the hotel creates a luxurious lifestyle experience that lets guests forget about time.

© The Time

The Standard High Line New York, Meatpacking District

Towering high above the Meatpacking District, The Standard High Line offers the perfect view of the city skyline with huge, floor-to-ceiling windows. The modern hotel also offers cool gastronomy, a roof terrace and its own shop. Yes, we’d love to stay there!

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