New York City is home to countless options for practically everything, and hotels are no exception. We’ve rounded up 7 hotels that are perfect for a romantic getaway – based on amenities, nearby things to do, and overall rating – in the Big Apple.
1. The Warwick
This historic hotel originally opened its doors in 1926. Though it has since been renovated, it still has a sophisticated and classic feel to it. Its location downtown also makes it a great option for couples who are looking to explore the city. The Warwick is also home to Randolph’s Bar and Lounge, a restaurant offering bistro-type food as well as drinks.
2. citizenM Times Square New York
If you and your partner are looking for a luxurious hotel that also has a great location, check out citizenM Times Square New York. Located a few minutes away from Central Park, this is another great option if you’re looking to stay in the heart of the city. Its location makes walking to many of the city’s popular attractions easy, making this an excellent choice for couples traveling without a car or looking to explore the city on foot. This gorgeous hotel features a modern feel with amenities such as on-site yoga classes and a rooftop bar.
3. LUMA Hotel
One of the many great things about LUMA Hotel is its proximity to some popular spots such as Times Square (only a few minutes walk away). Its convenient location is far from all it has to offer, though – LUMA also offers an on-site bar as well as a restaurant. Finally, you can look forward to some comfortable, modern rooms to retire in at the end of the day.
4. The Four Seasons Hotel New York
If you’re looking to go all out on a luxurious, romantic stay, you won’t go wrong with a time-honored and classic choice like the Four Seasons. The Four Seasons Hotel New York is located on Billionaire’s Row and features a stunning view of the surrounding city. In addition to some luxurious rooms and amazing views, you can also look forward to enjoying some fine dining or a massage with your partner without ever leaving the hotel as well.
5. The Ace Hotel
The Ace Hotel is a charming historic boutique hotel that offers a great option for lodging in downtown New York that won’t break the bank. If you and your partner are looking for a more artsy vibe for your stay, you’ll definitely want to consider this hotel. Located in the center of Manhattan, it isn’t also close to attractions such as Times Square as some of the other hotels on this list are. However, there is still plenty to do in the immediate area as well as the hotel itself – consider a romantic dinner at the hotel’s on-site eatery, Breslin Restaurant.
6. The Ludlow Hotel
One of this upscale hotel’s best features is without a doubt the view. The Ludlow Hotel offers some amazing views of the sparkling city around it that are sure to set a romantic mood. The hotel also has an onsite bar and lounge that are perfect for grabbing a drink in to end your day (or date night).
7. The Whitby Hotel
The Whitby Hotel is an amazing option for those looking for a classic, refined feel on their trip. The hotel is located near popular sight-seeing spots such as Central Park, the Museum of Modern Art, and St. Patrick’s Cathedral, making this a great option for couples visiting the city for the first time (or who just want to check out some of those places again). In addition to some gorgeous rooms, there’s also an on-site bar and restaurant that are perfect for a date night. Finally, consider checking to see if any of the rooms with terraces are available – they offer a great view of the surrounding city and the perfect backdrop for a romantic moment.
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