This renovated 19th-century town house offers the charm of a traditional bed and breakfast with enhanced amenities (an elevator, pillowtop mattresses, private bathrooms, white-noise machines). Owners and innkeepers Annette and Barry Fisherman have styled each of the bedrooms with a unique theme, such as Maritime, Bamboo and the 1940s. One of its best attributes is the "library," a cozy jumble of tables and chairs open 24/7 to guests for coffee and tea; there are also wine and cheese receptions on Friday and Saturday evenings. Another nice perk: Guests receive 25 percent off the bill at the Guilty Goose, the owners’ modern American brasserie on the ground floor. Rooms: 13.
The Inn on 23rd
|Venue name:||The Inn on 23rd||Contact:|
131 W 23rd St
|Cross street:||between Sixth and Seventh Aves|
|Transport:||Subway: F, M to 23rd St (Sixth Ave); 1 to 23rd St (Seventh Ave)|
|Price:||$239–$399 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V|