I’m Jen with The Travel Women and today I’m sharing the top five star boutique luxury hotels here in New York City and their
most affordable and expensive rooms. welcome to the Beekman Hotel. The Beekman Hotel reopened in 2016 after many years of renovations and laying empty. The
Temple Court building opened in 1881 and it was one of the original New York
City’s skyscrapers The old meets new theme begins in the lobby with carpets wrapped around the lobby desk from 1881. Leading up to this stunning nine-story
Victorian atrium behind me. It completely steals the show you cannot
come here and not look up from every single angle.
Enjoy a meal or cocktail at the bar while forever being enchanted by every
whimsical design detail. It is located downtown, walking distance from the
Brooklyn Bridge and the One World Trade Center.
Rooms start at $300 per night. The two new turret duplex penthouse suite,
complete with large private terraces cost $6,500 per night. The William Vale is the newest and only
five-star hotel here in Brooklyn it is located exactly on North 12th
Street very close to McCarren Park and the waterfront in Williamsburg.
Each futuristic room includes a large balcony. You don’t have to leave the
hotel to enjoy amazing dining, pool, park and bar experiences between the elevated Vale park right here, the huge outdoor pool deck and gorgeous
rooftop bar called the Westlight. Rooms started about $300 per night. The most
luxurious room is the Vale Garden residence which has two bedrooms and two baths spanning a two-floor duplex
with a large patio and open air Jacuzzi. Reservations begin at $12,000 per night. The Plaza is a NYC icon built in 1907
It was built in one of the most fashionable residential areas in New
York City at Fifth Avenue in Central Park South. It is walking distance to
Glasgow bridge in Central Park, the zoo Broadway’s theater district, Times Square,
Rockefeller Center and Top of the Rock The Plaza has played a starring role in
films like North by Northwest, Home Alone 2 – and The Great Gatsby.
When the new Plaza Hotel opened in 1907 the first ever taxicabs in New York City
lined up at its entrance. Rooms start at about $700 per night but visitors do not
need to stay overnight dine at one of the storied restaurants like the Oak
Room or the Palm Court. For families who love Eloise stay in all-pink Betsey
Johnson Eloise suite. The Royal Plaza suite has
three bedrooms and three and a half baths it has its own elevator entrance
private gym formal dining room that seats twelve, 24-karat gold plated features and Fifth Avenue views. You can stay here for $30,000 per night. The Gramercy Park Hotel opened in 1925.
Enter through this chic bohemian lobby into this hotel, which is in one of
the best locations in New York City. Gramercy is a quiet tree-lined
neighborhood close to Union Square and the Flatiron Building but what makes
this location unique is its proximity to Gramercy Park located on Lexington
Avenue steps away from New York City’s only remaining private park guests
receive exclusive access to the gated park that is normally only accessible to
long-term residents living just around the park. Other (hotel) highlights include the Rose Bar, Jade bar and the Italian restaurant. It is known for its famous
musician guests from the Beatles to Madonna and did you know Humphrey Bogart even got married here. Rooms start at three hundred dollars per night. The
penthouse suites are one-bedroom one-bathroom suites with a renaissance
color scheme and features antiques library and full kitchen for four
thousand dollars per night. The Pierre opened its doors in 1930 as a
white gloved oasis for travelers. It is located on 61st and fifth in the
upper east side a few steps away from Central Park and the ten museums of
Museum Mile including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim. Dine in the rotunda restaurant. It (the hotel) has appeared in M*A*S*H, Trainwreck and Mad Men. Rooms start at $400 per night. It houses the most expensive rental in
New York City for $500,000 per month that’s about $16,000 per night. The
apartment spans the entire floor with six bedrooms and six bathrooms
amenities include butler service, pet pampering, spa salon and a
chauffeur-driven Jaguar. I’m Jen with The Travel Women thank you
so much for watching this video on the top 5 star luxury boutique hotels here
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