New York hotels in Midtown: Find accommodation in NYC

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When you’re trying to choose from the overwhelming array of New York hotels, one strategy is to narrow it down by area. If you plan to see a lot of Broadway shows, or want to be close to iconic attractions like Times Square, the Empire State Building and MoMA, midtown is a convenient base.

Andaz 5th Avenue

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 4/4

Hot on the heels of Andaz Wall Street—the Hyatt subsidiary’s first NYC hotel—comes a midtown sibling strategically placed for an upscale shopping spree. Expect the same generous in-room perks (free Wi-Fi, complimentary minibar treats) and a sleek, loft-like spin on the spacious, user-friendly

  1. 485 Fifth Ave, at 41st St, 10018
  2. $325–$695 standard king. Credit AmEx, DC,...
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The Benjamin

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 3/4

All rooms in this pet-friendly hotel have kitchenettes with microwaves and sinks (some suites have full-size fridges), so it’s a hit with families as well as business travelers. The decor, in restful shades of beige and cream, is unfussy with the emphasis on comfort: Choose from a menu of 12

  1. 125 E 50th St, at Lexington Ave, 10022
  2. $299–$699 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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Chambers Hotel

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 3/4
  • Critics choice

Though it opened in 2001, Chambers has a contemporary residential style that feels utterly current. The double-height lobby, with low seating, a gas fire and a warm color palette of mossy green, brown and gray, exudes Zen serenity. It also showcases some of the owners’ 500-piece art collection,

  1. 15 W 56 St, between Fifth and Sixth Aves, 10019
  2. $225–$725 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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The Chatwal New York

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 4/4
  • Critics choice

In a city awash with faux deco and incongruous nods to the style, the Chatwal New York opened in August 2010 in a Stanford White building whose interior art deco restoration is pitch perfect. Hotelier Sant Chatwal entrusted the design of this 1905 beaux arts building (formerly the clubhouse for the

  1. 130 W 44th St, between Sixth Ave and Broadway, 10036
  2. $795–$920 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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414 Hotel

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 1/4
  • Critics choice

This reasonably priced hotel truly deserves the boutique title. Nearly everything about it is exquisite yet unshowy, from its power-blasted brick exterior to the modern color scheme in the rooms that pairs gray headboards and red accents. Rooms are equipped with fridges, flat-screen TVs and iPod

  1. 414 W 46th St, between Ninth and Tenth Aves, 10036
  2. $169–$299 double. AmEx, DC, MC, V
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Four Seasons Hotel New York

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 4/4

The New York arm of the global luxury chain, housed in I.M. Pei’s 52-floor tower, is synonymous with dependable luxury. Whether you’re staying in a suite or a deluxe room (at around 600 square feet, it’s the most popular accommodation), expect modern, neutral interiors (blond-wood paneling,

  1. 57 E 57th St, between Madison and Park Aves, 10022
  2. $695–$1,295 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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Grand Hyatt Hotel

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4

Rising behind Grand Central Terminal, the global chain's glass monolith offers a reliable base with easy access to key midtown sights and the United Nations Headquarters. A recent $130 million overhaul to “de-Trump” the property, as one witty Hyatt executive put it, included the addition of two

  1. 109 E 42nd St, between Park and Lexington Aves, 10017
  2. $209–$599 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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Hotel Metro

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 2/4
  • Critics choice

It may not be trendy, but the Metro is that rare thing: a solid, good-value hotel that is extremely well maintained. Every two years, the owners start renovating the rooms, floor by floor, starting at the top; by the time they’re finished it’s almost time to start again. So even "old" rooms are

  1. 45 W 35th St, between Fifth and Sixth Aves, 10001
  2. $190–$475 double. AmEx, DC, MC, V
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The London NYC

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 3/4

This 54-story high-rise was completely overhauled by David Collins (designer of some of London’s most fashionable bars and restaurants) and reopened as the London NYC in early 2007. His sleek, contemporary-British style pervades the rooms, with attractive signature touches such as limed oak

  1. 151 W 54th St, between Sixth and Seventh Aves, 10019
  2. $299–$899 suite. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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Morgans

  • Rated as: 4/5
  • Price band: 3/4

New York’s original boutique hotel, Morgans opened in 1984. Some 25 years later, the hotel’s orginal designer, octogenerian French tastemaker Andrée Putman, returned to officiate over a revamp that has softened its stark monochrome appearance. Unfussy bedrooms, cast in a calming palette of

  1. 237 Madison Ave, between 37th and 38th Sts, 10016
  2. $309–$419 double. AmEx, DC, Disc, MC, V
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