The Best Hotels with Parking to Book in New York City

Youll be on the road to a stress-free stay in stunning New York City by leaving your car in the hands of your hotel
You'll be on the road to a stress-free stay in stunning New York City by leaving your car in the hands of your hotel | Courtesy of The Marriott St Regis /
Anna Laird Barto

New York is one of the great electrically exciting cities in the world. From epic skyscrapers, glitzy nightclubs and Broadway stars to greasy spoon diners and neighborhood dive bars, the Big Apple has it all – except parking. To help you avoid the hassle, we’ve compiled this list of hotels in New York City with parking . Booking one (or more) will free you up to experience the city in all its grit and glory; hit the crowded sidewalks, hail a cab or take the subway – it’s a quintessential New York experience, with the vibrant graffiti art and talented buskers. Reserve your car-free city stay here – and book via Culture Trip.

1. The Lowell Hotel, for starry glitz


A terrace with seating and view of nearby buildings at The Lowell Hotel
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Among all the New York City hotels with parking, this Upper East Side hotel stands out, leaving no stone – or goose-down Frette duvet – unturned when it comes to comfort. The valet parking is just the beginning; step out of the shower onto heated Carrera marble floors, and take in the view of the Manhattan skyline from your sumptuous but simultaneously understated room or suite. The location could not be more iconic – Central Park is a short stroll away, as well as the haute shops of Park Avenue, where you might brush shoulders with local residents, who include Mariah Carey and the cast of Gossip Girl.

2. The Marriott St Regis, for old-school glamour


A grand room with round windows, a chandelier and beige-colored seating at The Marriott St Regis
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In the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the St. Regis epitomizes old-school New York glamour. Waterford crystal chandeliers dangle from the high ceilings of the royally appointed rooms and suites, many named for venerable luxury brands such as Dior and Tiffany’s. The St Regis butler and concierge staff can cater for just about any whim at any hour of day or night – this is, after all, the city that never sleeps. For example, you can arrange to be chauffeured in the St Regis house car – a Bentley, of course.

3. The Pierre, for celebrity memories

Hotel, Luxury

The dining room at The Pierre with white-and-blue seating and Renaissance-style murals on the walls and ceilings
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This 1930s showplace, now operated by Taj hotels, prides itself on its timeless chic. Inspired by the architecture of the Royal Chapel of Versailles, the Pierre has entertained Hollywood royalty – think Audrey Hepburn, Elizabeth Taylor and Barbara Streisand. The sun-filled rooms and suites, featuring Turkish marble bathrooms and elevated French country-style furnishings, overlook Central Park and Fifth Avenue. Dine in the unforgettable ambience of the Rotunda, surrounded by Edward Melcarth’s cheeky Renaissance-style murals, in which Roman gods frolic with New York socialites. Be sure to inquire if the Pierre’s legendary afternoon tea service has resumed.

4. The Mark Hotel, for fun food moments

Boutique Hotel, Spa Hotel, Hotel, Luxury

The bar at The Mark Hotel with beige seating and dark-wood tables, as well as red stools at the bar
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Built in 1927 in lavish art-deco style, the Mark rolls out haute contour with a sense of humor. What other hotel would have a gourmet hotdog stand, serving grass-fed beef hotdogs with kimchi relish? The 118 rooms combine a modern European aesthetic – black-and-white marble bathrooms and custom cream upholstery – with high-tech innovation. Music, mood lighting, temperature – all can be controlled with a single touch of your room’s Crestron sensor panel. Its Madison Ave location places you in the middle of the Upper East Side’s elite shopping and dining scene.

5. Gramercy Park Hotel, for an arty ambience


The bar area at Gramercy Park Hotel with red velvet furniture and large photography prints on the wall
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Rising above the historic tree-lined streets near Gramercy Park, the grande dame of New York hotels has always been a sanctuary for artists, especially musicians. The Beatles, U2 and Debbie Harry have all been guests over the decades. Custom mahogany furniture, rich blue and red velvet upholstery, brass-studded headboards, and rotating art exhibits create a royal bohemian atmosphere. Guests are also granted keys to the exclusive Gramercy Park itself – in this space you might encounter neighbourhood residents such as Winona Ryder and Richard Gere, strolling beneath the elms.

6. InterContinental New York Barclay, for peace and quiet


Roof terrace at InterContinental New York Barclay with gray seating and views of the Chrysler Building
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The InterContinental New York Barclay puts the best of Midtown at your fingertips, with Grand Central Station, Times Square and Rockefeller Center all within easy walking distance. But the noise recedes once inside the walls of the Continental. The soothing neutral color scheme carries over from the lobby into the 700 guest rooms, complemented by pastoral landscape painting from the 19th century Hudson River school. Save money and stress by booking the parking package through the hotel website.

7. Michaelangelo, for European elegance


Seating area at Michaelangelo with red velvet armchairs and a long brown leather sofa
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Set amid glitz and glam of Midtown Manhattan, just beyond the lights of Broadway, the Italian-operated Michelangelo welcomes guests with a palazzo-like marble lobby. The European flair doesn’t end there – unusually spacious guest rooms also feature Italian marble, modern velvet sofas, and Empire-style wood desks and chairs. Stop by the opulent lobby lounge for complimentary breakfast, including Italian coffee and a fine selection of teas. The Michelangelo’s self-parking package entitles you to 24 hours of free parking.

8. The Peninsula, for spa sensations


Indoor swimming pool at The Peninsula with sun loungers and brown wicker armchairs
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An oasis in the lively epicenter of Manhattan, the Peninsula Hotel on Fifth Avenue delivers intergalactic levels of comfort and style. Take in the sparkling skyline while sipping a cocktail high up on the rooftop terrace at Cafe Ning, where international guests mingle with Manhattanites. Indulge all your needs – body, mind and spirit – at the Peninsula Spa and Wellness Center, featuring Vedic aromatherapy treatments and deep-tissue massage. The effects will linger back in your room – all are decorated in contemporary neutrals with touches of art-nouveau elegance such as gilded mirrors and organic floral prints.

For more options, check out our pick of the best hotels on the Upper East Side, or if you’re heading to the West Village, discover our guide to the best hotels in the area and book now on Culture Trip.

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