The Best Hotels With Suites in Manhattan

Enjoy amazing views of New York City from a suite in the Mandarin Oriental
Enjoy amazing views of New York City from a suite in the Mandarin Oriental | Courtesy of Mandarin Oriental, New York / Expedia
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7 May 2021

Skyscraper dinners, champagne-fueled river cruises, storied hotels… New York City has special occasion written all over it. So you might want to take Manhattan from a sizable suite, to really dig into the upper-crust lifestyle – be it in one of the venerable old Midtown hotels with their gilded marquee entrances, or one of the edgier newcomers downtown. Each five-star on this island has its own charm and personality – and when you fall for one, you’ll probably go back for decades to come. All featured hotels are bookable on Culture Trip.

The High Line Hotel

Hotel
4.3/5 (690 Reviews)
The High Line Hotel
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From $263 Per night per room

Inspired by the High Line urban park, installed along the disused rails of an old freight railway line, a whole trendy High Line neighborhood has sprung up on the west side of town. Speckled with white-cube galleries and queue-worthy brunch spots, it’s also home to this beautiful red-brick hotel, set in part of an old theological seminary. Suites are lavishly decked out with floral feature walls, retro telephones and vintage leather loveseats luxurious but understated, with a real New York collector’s eye.

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The Surrey

Hotel
The Surrey
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The only Relais & Chateaux property in New York, the park-adjacent Surrey is famous for its members’ club rooftop (also available to guests), with plush cream sofas, cocktail service and a view of the most iconic rooftops in the city. Rooms here are opulent in a wedding cake sort of way, with suites that extend to glossy black coffee tables, flickering fireplaces and generous terraces. Bag the Penthouse for 1,098sqft (102sqm) of wraparound outdoor space.

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Mandarin Oriental, New York

Spa Hotel
4.6/5 (328 Reviews)
Mandarin Oriental, New York
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From $806 Per night per room

Overlooking Columbus Circle, right at the intersection of the theater district in Central Park and Midtown, this huge-windowed wonderland is all about the views. MO Lounge, with rippling light fixtures and impeccable cocktails, is a real see-and-be-seen hot spot; but it’s nothing compared to your own mega-suite, in the polished, embellished Chinese style the brand is famous for – some with 180-degree corner views of the skyline, others with rare artworks and full-sized kitchens for your private chef to get creative in.

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The Bowery Hotel

Boutique Hotel
4.6/5 (223 Reviews)
The Bowery Hotel
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From $423 Per night per room

An old-fashioned NYC welcome awaits at the Bowery, with scarlet-tasseled keys and snug lobby bar fireplace. Rooms here come in modern, peppy shades of olive and paprika, with printed-textile curtains and fully drenching rainfall showers. But the suites are something else: atmospheric red-brick terraces have cushioned loungers and city-view dining nooks; expansive wooden-floored living areas have butter-soft sofas and chic leather coffee tables. An interiors-lover’s dream.

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The NoMad Hotel

Hotel
4.6/5 (694 Reviews)
The NoMad Hotel
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The trendy NoMad area of Manhattan is pleasingly central – characterized by old garment factories, florists and Korean restaurants, it’s walkable from Times Square and Bryant Park, but set slightly apart from the tourist trail. Its namesake base has moody-chic interiors with touches of black lacquer and burnished golds: book the smallest suite for painted Chinese screens, a clawfoot bathtub and toffee-leather armchairs you’ll sink straight into.
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Fifty Hotel & Suites by Affinia

Chain Hotel
4.2/5 (943 Reviews)
Fifty Hotel & Suites by Affinia
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From $192 Per night per room

This arty number on the east side of Midtown is big on themed rooms and suites: the Dream Room has trippy candy-colored murals and neon signage by artist Jason Naylor, while the light-filled Terrace Suites are more city-slicker vibes, with bookshelf murals and calligraphy art, as well as mustard-yellow kitchenettes. Downstairs, The Cupboard acts like a mini general store for guests; and a gym and valet parking help business-trippers stay focused.

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  • Mr. C Hotel Seaport

    Hotel, Chain Hotel
    4.5/5 (198 Reviews)
    Mr. C Hotel Seaport
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    From $363 Per night per room

    In the once-grimy Seaport District, close to the ferry terminals of Lower Manhattan, a ritzy district of flagship designer boutiques and suave restaurant terraces have sprung up in a wave of gentrification. At the heart of it is Italian boutique brand Mr. C (from the people behind Cipriani restaurants), lush with soft suede textures, blush pinks, glossy walnut paneling and vases of cherry blossom sprigs. Some suite terraces have killer views of the Brooklyn Bridge.

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    The Roxy Hotel Tribeca

    Boutique Hotel, Luxury
    The Roxy Hotel Tribeca
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    Sandwiched between celeb home-base TriBeCa and designer-label SoHo, this is rarefied ground – yet the Roxy has an unpretentious, lived-in feel. Live music and raucous happy hours rock the Roxy Bar, while upstairs, differently styled suites have a Seventies streak running through them, courtesy of huge potted plants, geometric-print curtains and a penchant for tan and gold. Book the Loft Suite for a record player and epic views of downtown.

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    The Benjamin

    Hotel, Luxury, Spa Hotel
    4.4/5 (931 Reviews)
    The Benjamin
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    From $254 Per night per room

    On sightseeing-handy Lexington Avenue in Midtown East, the Benjamin eases you into the city with strolls to Grand Central Station, Rockefeller Center and Fifth Avenue. The vast suites are no less soothing, in muted tones of honey and silver-gray; kitchenettes, dining areas and Elemis toiletries make you feel right at home. Downstairs, don’t miss star chef Geoffrey Zakarian’s take on modern American dining at the National.

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    The Bryant Park Hotel

    Hotel
    4.6/5 (916 Reviews)
    The Bryant Park Hotel
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    From $208 Per night per room
    Bryant Park is a real crossroads of New York life; in the shadow of the public library, it hosts al fresco films in summer, ice skating in winter, and fills with lunch-break locals on any given sunny day. The regal tower hotel has slick, central rooms in traditional-feeling shades of cream and plum. At lobby level, Celon cocktail lounge has a Moroccan vibe, courtesy of a huge cut-out lantern and low seating stuffed with colorful cushions.
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    These recommendations were updated on May 7, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.

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