10. The Liberty Inn Is New York City’s Last Romance Hotel
As you might expect, with so many longshoremen docking nearby, the Meatpacking District was home to its fair share of brothels and sex hotels. The Liberty Inn is the last one standing. It was built in 1906 as the Strand Hotel and got its current name in 1969. It’s one of Manhattan’s oddly shaped triangular buildings and is no more than three feet wide at its narrowest point.
The Liberty Inn still rents its rooms out on an hourly basis. The minimum is two hours, which costs $90 – $110 depending on the room category. The website boasts that the rooms have “eye-catching murals and paintings,” intimate mood lighting, and in-room adult movies. Romantic Interlude rooms have jacuzzis.
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