With delicate decor and top-notch service, The Mark keeps guests at the height of luxury. Oversized, marble soaking tubs come standard in every spacious room. Famed chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, head of The Mark Restaurant by Jean-Georges on the ground floor, will pack a personal lunch for a posh picnic in nearby Central Park. And you’ll be cruising there in style on one of the hotel’s custom-designed bikes, naturally.
If it’s world-class R&R you’re after, staying in anything other than New York City's best luxury hotels isn’t an option. Let’s face it: no one does decadence quite like Gotham. From stellar rooftop restaurants to the best spas via that all-important high thread count linens, these hotels have some seriously fancy perks. You don’t have to be a visitor to splurge on top-end digs either: New Yorkers craving a staycation should absolutely take the opportunity to escape their tiny apartments for a night. Whether your taste is chic and modern, refined and classic or funky and futuristic, you’ll find a place that fits your needs in our round-up of the best luxury hotels in NYC.
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