Best hotels near Rockefeller Center
One block from Radio City Music Hall, and a member of the Starhotels Collezione collection, The Michelangelo Hotel brings all the boutique amenities and modern Italian design hospitality to New York City. With 179 guestrooms, business travelers and vacationing guests revel in the luxurious comfort of this urban oasis with its refined rooms, opulent suites and Italian themed restaurant and bar. Available in five room types, each offering a singularly remarkable expression of the modern Italian lifestyle, The Michelangelo Hotel’s rooms are among the largest in NYC, a notable rarity among high-end boutique hotels. The property also features a 24-hour Executive Fitness Center, and a lobby lounge.
As a modern interpretation of classic Parisian hôtel particulier, this New York City luxury property belonging to the French crystal company has approximately 114 exquisite guestrooms and suites designed to feel like pieds-à-terre. Throughout this property, find touches of Baccarat crystal, as this Midtown gem features custom-piece chandeliers hung in its public areas and a wall behind the entrance formed from nearly 2,000 Harcourt glasses. In-room amenities include custom desks, sconces, and table lamps by Baccarat; four-poster beds; marble bathrooms with glass showers accentuated by hand-painted French doors; and a Baccarat-red enamel minibar. The barrel-vaulted Bar, Grand and Petit Salon offer exclusive options for dining, socializing, and enjoying afternoon tea. The property also contains the Spa de La Mer, the first dedicated spa by the skincare brand, and 55-foot swimming pool.
At this hotel chain’s Midtown location, guests can enjoy state-of-the-art amenities, recently renovated guest rooms, specialized services including private in-room spa experiences. Each guest room features a marble bath, 37-inch HDTV and on-demand HD entertainment, and a work area. The property’s modern suite accommodations are on the higher floors, and also have access to the hotel’s private Executive Lounge. This Hilton also contains accessible rooms, with ease-of-use features like remote controlled curtains, raised beds, or either tubs or roll-on showers. With eating, Herb N’ Kitchen, Hilton’s latest dining concept, infuses fresh, local gourmet food into an upscale restaurant, and convenient culinary market with selections like seasonal salads, artisanal sandwiches, and brick-oven pizzas. For drinks, Bridges Bar is designed in honor of Manhattan’s seven bridges, with a rotating selection of regional wines and cocktail offerings like the classic martini. Meanwhile, the Lobby Lounge makes for the space for people gazing or a meetup spot before heading out on the town.