Romantic Hotels in New York
Staying in a romantic hotel makes your time in New York extra special. If you are in the city for or during Valentine’s Day, it’s a good idea to plan ahead when booking your hotel. There are many romantic hotels in New York, and staying in one is a perfect way to end the day. Here is my selection.
The Jane is a hotel in Greenwich Village, full of New York nostalgia. The rooms are very small and cosy with quirky features. This hotel is relatively cheap; Ideal for young couples looking for romance on a budget!
The Gramercy Park Hotel
The Gramercy Park Hotel is has a great location, close to it’s namesake, Gramercy Park and near the iconic Flatiron Building and Madison Square Park. The hotel is cool and sophisticated, with a gothic-romantic decor, and a very nice Italian restaurant; a great place to relax.
The London NYC
The London NYC is very centrally located, close to Broadway and Times Square and just five blocks south of Central Park. With beautiful large and airy rooms, the hotel even offers some with Central Park views, it’s a great place to stay for a romantic getaway. I don’t recommend having breakfast here as it’s overrated and expensive.
The James New York is in SoHo, a nice, hip neighbourhood in New York full of boutique shops and speciality bars and restaurants. The hotel is modern and bright. It also has a rooftop bar, from which you have a great view of the Hudson River. It’s recommended for young couples and New York’s local young professionals often visit the rooftop bar.
The Michelangelo Hotel
The Michelangelo Hotel is in Midtown, close to Rockefeller Center and Bryant Park. The hotel has beautifully decorated, spacious rooms. It’s a great hotel to stay with your partner, especially if you are celebrating your wedding day in New York.
The W Hotel Union Square
W Hotels offer great service and on Valentine’s Day, there’s a special Valentine’s package. This package includes, among others, champagne and massages. All of the W Hotel locations are good, but I personally recommend the Union Square or Midtown locations due to their proximity to attractions.