From extreme luxury to boutique on a budget, New York has lots of hot hotels. Fox 5 checked out three new ones in Manhattan.
Park Hyatt New York
157 West 57 Street
At 90 stories high, 157 West 57th Street is the newest and tallest residential building in Manhattan. It's also home to the luxury Park Hyatt New York hotel. You get a luxe feel as soon as you walk into the lobby, which is bathed in marble, accented with giant sculptures.
Cool meeting spaces are found on the first floor. One area is called the Living Room. It's also where you'll find the Back Room, a restaurant that focuses on seasonal American fare.
Hotel manager Alton Chun told me the rooms are designed to make you feel like you're at home -- a pretty fancy home, that is. We saw a room with a separate sitting area and spacious bedroom.
But it's the spa that will make you never want to check out.
Riff Chelsea Hotel
300 West 30 Street
The Riff Chelsea Hotel is easy on the wallet and on the eyes. The check-in area has cool things like a stack of vintage albums and board games straight out of the 1980s. The rooms range from $79 to $279 per night. The walls are striped and the decor is all Jonathan Adler.
The courtyard will be hopping once the weather gets warm. Centrally located, this hotel sits in the shadows of Penn Station. The hotel's guests come from all over.
The Knickerbocker Hotel
6 Times Square
Finally, we looked at the Knickerbocker Hotel. It originally opened in 1906 and then closed in 1921. After almost 100 years, it's back.
It has a formal dining room and a cafe. The colors are soothing. And at 425 square feet for the average room, you've got plenty of space to spread out.
The martini was invented here, so no stay is complete without trying one.
You get quiet luxury in the middle of Times Square.
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