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  • UNDER A ROOF IN NEW YORK

    fifteen lodging options in new york, new york (it's a helluva town... the people ride in a hole in the ground).

    • Feb 2017
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  • Gild Hall

    1

    Hotel

    12-foot ceilings and marble bathroom floors, location far downtown. i’ve heard good things but have yet to see it for myself.

  • Hotel on Rivington

    2

    Hotel

    if you want nightlife and rowdy hipster weekenders, here's a stylish option located in the lower east side. like virgin america, it's cool but kinda trampy.

  • Mondrian SoHo

    3

    Hotel

    if you want nightlife WITHOUT the rowdy hipster weekenders, then here's a stylish option located a bit further west. the mondrian is for grown-ups.

  • The Bowery Hotel

    4

    Hotel

    east village. great bar and a chic restaurant called gemma, that we frequently visit for brunch. don't know much about the rooms. clientele seems fashion-savvy.

  • The Standard East Village

    5

    Hotel

    a bit less pretentious than its sibling on the west side. i like the rooms and the garden is really nice. unsurprisingly, the rooftop bar gets douchey.

  • The Jane Hotel

    6

    Hotel

    hard to imagine that wes anderson did not borrow a few ideas from the décor found in this hotel. café gitane a great bonus. tiny rooms, big NYC history. love.

  • The Standard, High Line

    7

    Hotel

    hotel literally straddles the highline, also brushing up against the west village & chelsea. minimalist, 50s-inspired design, where the staff leaves you alone.

  • Maritime Hotel

    8

    Hotel

    a modern 1960s feel and a popular bar on an outdoor terrace. tiny rooms, but there's a 'wes anderson meets 60s pop culture' feel to the place. great location.

  • The High Line Hotel

    9

    Hotel

    monastery converted into a hotel. oddly shaped rooms, but it has charm and the customer service strikes right balance between being present but not overbearing.

  • The MAve Hotel

    10

    Hotel

    "housed in a mansard-topped building from 1902, with a lobby that looks like a cosmetics boutique off the boulevard st.-germain..." tiny utilitarian rooms.

  • Ace Hotel New York

    11

    Hotel

    understated, smartly designed, very close to koreatown and madison square park. the lounge offers sightings of a cross-section of NYC + international hipsters.

  • Distrikt Hotel New York City

    12

    Hotel

    odd location that comes with a kitschy design conceit: every floor takes its cue from a new york city neighborhood.

  • Bentley Hotel

    13

    Hotel

    two different set of friends have stayed here, praising its simple décor, decently sized rooms, reasonable prices. rooftop restaurant. not great location, tho'.

  • Wythe Hotel

    14

    Hotel

    the embodiment of williamsburg transforming from dirty hipster to trust fund pirate, there's still much to like here. interesting rooms, excellent restaurants.

  • Aloft New York Brooklyn

    15

    Hotel

    a bit bare bones, but chief advantage is its location in downtown brooklyn. if you are going to BAM, DUMBO, or checking out dining scene nearby, then it's ok.

Christian Svanes Kolding

Christian Svanes Kolding