Across the street from the Tenement Museum on the Lower East Side, located within a building nearly as old as
NYC was once home to dozens of women only hotels that offered a place for young single women to stay while chasing their dreams!
Located one block from Central Park is The Wales, a historic neo-Renaissance building that has defined the Upper East Side since 1899.
On February 10, join author Tarajia Morrell to discuss her book "Soul of New York: A Guide to 30 Exceptional Experiences."
As of November 1st, 2021, Burger Joint is back with the reopening of the hotel as the Thompson Central Park.
In honor of the Waldorf Astoria's 90th birthday watch an oral history with Waldorf Stories, told by people who worked and were guests.
The Waldorf-Astoria allegedly invented red velvet cake. Their recipe remained a secret until a woman shared it with the world out of spite.
In the book American Hotel: The Waldorf-Astoria and the Making of a Century David Freeland shows the hotel's surprising connection to the UN.
Besides impeccable hospitality taken as a given at all of these establishments, each of these hotel are renowned for its originality, design and more.
If you have a penchant for speciality cocktails, bar bites, city views and perhaps a plush pool, then you should consider a visit to one of NYC's hotel bars.