4 Luxurious Hotels in New York City

Remember the first time you tried paint spraying? Even if you’ve read its advantages, it’s still a different experience when you’re already using a paint sprayer. More so if you try these hotels! It’s not enough to know how impressive they are; you’ve got to experience the luxurious life first-hand. Ready to have the time of your life? Here we go!

The New York Edition

New York Edition HotelFeaturing 273 rooms, this hotel is situated in Madison Square Park in the city’s Flatiron District. It’s close to the market, the park, as well as other hotels and restaurants. This elegant hotel is inspired by the Gilded Age, so you’ll find the design a bit dramatic but utterly stylish. The New York Edition also includes a bar, spa, laundry, restaurant, and a fitness center. And for the love of internet, yes, there’s also free Wi-Fi.

Price: Double rooms $775, without breakfast.

The Whitby

Located in Upper Midtown, this beautifully designed hotel is in the heart of the city. It’s close to the Central Park, the Museum of Modern Art, The Rockefeller Centre, and several theatres. If you want to go shopping, department stores like the Bloomingdales, Bergdorf Goodman, and Barney’s are also near. If you don’t like hotel food (which is unlikely) or you just want to dine in another restaurant, you could try the nearby Benihana, Ma Peche, Nobu, and The Modern. The Whitby features its 24/7 gym, private party room, and reading room with 2,500 books, that would make any book lover dizzy but happy.

Prices: Double Rooms – $695 (low season) and $820 (high season). Inclusion: Breakfast

Additional info: There’s free Wi-Fi (I know you’re itching to know that).

AKA Wall Street

This hotel is close to the One World Trade Center, the Oculus, the 9/11 Memorial and Museum, South Street Seaport, and Battery Park. It’s also easy to shop because the hip Smorgasburg market is in the vicinity. The hotel highlights its Live It Programme, where you can choose whether to train and work out with Amie Hoff, take a photo lesson with a photographer, or attend a dance class. Like other hotels, it also includes laundry services and the all-time favorite amenity––free Wi-Fi.

Prices: Studio Rooms: $295 (low season) and $425 (high season). If you stay for a week, the rates will be reduced by 20%. If you book for a month, they’ll decrease by 30%.

Soho Grand Hotel

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Sandwiched between the Sixth Avenue and Broadway, this luxury hotel in the West Broadway couldn’t get any more accessible. The Soho is designed by Bill Sofield, allowing you to feel like music’s around you wherever you go. It highlights its bar, restaurant, spa, and fitness center. The room service is also commendable. And for goodness’ sake, free Wi-Fi is available.

Some Must-Dos Before Your Next Vacation Trip

Admit it or not, going on a vacation trip can be quite daunting. There’s the planning stage (before), which you need to be careful with to make your vacation trip worthwhile; the actual stage (during), where you also need to be careful to make your vacation trip even more worthwhile; and the wrapping stage (after), which you need to be mindful of than any other thing to make your next vacation trip worth looking forward to.

But you know what?

Admit it or not, going on a vacation trip can also be quite daunting. There’s the planning stage (before), which you can personalize according to your preferences to make your vacation trip worthwhile; the actual stage (during), where you can also personalize your needs to make your vacation trip even more worthwhile; and the wrapping stage (after), which you can customize according to your experiences to make your next vacation trip worth looking forward to.

And you know what?

You only need to focus on the planning stage for everything else to fall into place.

That being said, here are some must-dos before your next vacation trip.

Do your own research.

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As they say, prevention is better than cure. And by this, it means preventing any foreseen troubles from ruining your vacation trip by doing your own research regarding flights and accommodations and other things related to the kind of journey you’re planning to embark on. And by this, it also means preventing any unforeseen troubles from further ruining your vacation trip by doing your own research regarding the do’s and don’ts on flights and accommodations and the pros and cons on other things related to the kind of journey you’re planning to embark on. Even more so, this is for you to know more about a place’s history and culture – both of which are great guides in case you find yourself at loss in social situations.

Pack what you only need.

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The reasons for this are quite simple, and even go for just about anyone who is looking to travel someplace else. This is for you to roam all over the place without worrying about your baggage getting in the way of your spontaneousity as you sample on every single place to go within the area you’ll be in. This also for you to rove all over the place without worrying about your baggage getting in the way of your curiosity as you sample on every thing to do within the area you’ll be on. Even more so, this is for you to make space for important things such as emergency kits and water bottles – both of which are great uses in case you find yourself at loss in unexpected situations.

Any other must-dos before your next vacation trip? Share them with us below!

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