New York City's Most Luxurious Hotels

August 27, 2018

As the most populated and diverse city in the United States, it’s no secret that New York City has also become a global hub for luxury. With more than 80 world-class museums, hundreds of award-winning restaurants, and a lively nightlife, travelers never run out of things to do or see in the city that never sleeps.

New York’s luxury hotel scene is just as diverse and impressive as the city itself. Stunning views, ideal locations, and extraordinary amenities and interior design are only the beginning. In the slideshow below, you’ll explore the most luxurious hotel options that New York City has to offer.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, King Suite, NYC Hotels

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge on the East River Waterfront in Brooklyn.

The Beekman, Deluxe King, NYC Hotles

The Beekman is a 19th-century landmark hotel in Lower Manhattan.

1 Hotel Central Park, NYC Hotels

1 Hotel Central Park is only steps away from Central Park and Columbus Circle.

Mercer Hotel, Loft Suite Brick, NYC Hotels

The Mercer Hotel is a chic, loft-style hotel in the heart of SoHo.

Baccarat Hotel, NYC Hotels

Baccarat Hotel New York is a glamorous option centrally located in Midtown.

The Towers at Lotte New York, NYC Hotels

The award-winning Towers at Lotte New York Palace is located in Midtown near Rockefeller Center.

The Dominick, NYC Hotels

The only Five-Diamond property in Soho, The Dominick has a mid-century American vibe.

The Pierre, a Taj Hotel, NYC Hotels

The Pierre, a Taj Hotel, is an elegant option on the Upper East Side.

The Surrey, NYC Hotels

The Surrey is an artsy, Upper East Side boutique hotel near Central Park.

The NoMad Library, NYC Hotels

The NoMad, north of Madison Square Park, is notorious for its stylish, dark interiors.

Business travelers looking for a high-end hotel experience will love The Beekman, a historic option located in Lower Manhattan, or The Towers at Lotte New York Palace, a luxury hotel in Midtown. The Mercer Hotel in SoHo is an intimate option perfect for art and culture lovers, and celebrated designer Christian Liaigre decorated it. The NoMad Hotel has a similar, artistic feel, but it’s located near the Flatiron and Fifth Avenue.

For travelers looking to stay on the Upper East Side, The Pierre and The Surrey are both excellent options. The Pierre has received five stars from Forbes Travel Guide and AAA Five-Diamond Awards, while The Surrey has been named Condé Nast Traveler and Travel + Leisure’s #1 hotel in NYC. 1 Hotel Central Park is one of the most unique, eco-friendly hotels in the city with locally sourced materials and lush greenery around every corner, but for the more traditional luxury traveler, Midtown’s Baccarat Hotel is the perfect option.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, Riverhouse Master Bedroom, NYC Hotels

The 2,000-square-foot Riverhouse Suite at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Hotels, Riverhouse Master Bathroom

The Master Bathroom in the Riverhouse Suite.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Hotels, Riverhouse Living Room

The living space in the Riverhouse Suite.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Hotels, Riverhouse Living Room 2

Artists designed the interior using reclaimed materials and local greenery.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Hotels, Pool

The rooftop plunge pool has a stunning view of the Manhattan skyline.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Hotels, Bridge Studio Suite

The Bridge Studio Suite at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Hotels, Bar Night

The hotel bar offers travelers a one-of-a-kind view of the city.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, Liberty Studio Suite, NYC Hotels

The Liberty Studio Suite offers guests a unique view of the Statue of Liberty.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Hotels, Riverhouse Suite

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge is the perfect rustic, chic waterfront retreat.

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge, NYC Hotels, Lobby

A group table in the lobby of 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge.

In the slideshow above, we’ll take a closer look at the gorgeous 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge. With views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan skyline, this luxury hotel was given the rare honor of being one of the “Hotels and Resorts to Travel To in 2017” by The New York Times. Guests will have easy access to the much-loved neighborhoods and restaurants in Brooklyn, and they’ll only be a short ferry ride away from Manhattan.

Local artists designed the rooms and suites at the hotel with reclaimed materials and plenty of local greenery. Amenities at 1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge include a rooftop terrace with a plunge pool and fire pits, farm-to-table restaurants, and a movie theater. This eco-luxury hotel is committed to sustainability in design and energy use. Next up, The Dominick.

The Dominick Night Bedroom

Travelers will love watching the sun fall over the city from their room at The Dominick.

Bathroom The Dominick SoHo

Marble showers and bathtub views add to this hotel's luxury.

The Dominick Penthouse 3303

Penthouses offer views of the skyline and the Hudson River through floor-to-ceiling windows.

The Dominick SoHo Skyline View

The Dominick stands out in the SoHo skyline as an elegant, luxury feature.

The Dominick Exterior Pool View

The rooftop terrace pool is one of the hotel's most-loved features.

The Dominick King Suite

The Dominick is the only Five-Diamond property in the city's SoHo neighborhood.

Trump SoHo Duplex Terrace Penthouse Dining Room

The dining room at sunset in one of the Deluxe Penthouse Suites.

The Dominick Kitchen

Interior designers created a sophisticated, mid-century American look.

The Dominick Pool

Travelers will love taking a dip in The Dominick's luxury pool.

The Dominick Rooftop

Rooftop lounging is one of the many relaxing activities for guests at The Dominick.

The Dominick, featured above, is perfect for romantic getaways and urban immersion. Located in one of New York City’s most fashionable neighborhoods, this hotel is close to both Greenwich Village and Wall Street, so travelers will love the energy of the area. There are art galleries, shops, and award-winning restaurants all within walking distance. The hotel also has a restaurant and cocktail lounge on-site if guests don’t want to go far. And when they’re looking to cool off or relax, there’s a rooftop terrace with a pool. The Dominick’s aesthetic is the perfect combination of mid-century modern sophistication and comfort, and the views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River are unparalleled.

So the next time you’re planning a trip to New York City, check out one of the hotels featured in this article to get an authentic, luxury experience of the city. Beautiful views, upscale interior design, and great food are only the beginning.