9 Boutique Hotels in NYC to Check Out For Your Next Vacation

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It feels like it was just yesterday that we were celebrating the holiday season and arrival of 2022, but here we are once again, celebrating the ‘22 holidays and the 2023 New Year. Since we know a lot of you will be traveling these next couple of months, we’re going to start rolling out some of our travel coverage starting with the beautiful big Apple because we know many of you are looking for some boutique hotels in NYC during the months of November, December, and January respectively.

And honestly, who doesn’t enjoy New York during those months? The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, the dozens upon dozens of X-Mas displays and decorations, the billboards, ice skating, and Christmas Carols that blare through the stores and streets. It’s truly magical. Speaking of magic, unless you have family and friends in the area, you’re probably looking for a place to stay while you visit.

We worked with our ONE37pm travel expert Adam Lovick to gather up some of the best boutique luxury hotels in NYC that you can potentially book with. These hotels feature luxurious designs, incredible views, great customer service, and most importantly, a peaceful place that you can relax when not out and about. You can check them out below.

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Here's some bonus ones for you to check out as well.

The Highline Hotel NYC

The High Line Hotel is a completely unique respite from the hurried pace of downtown Manhattan. The majestic grounds—once Clement Clarke Moore’s 17th-century apple orchard — and awe-inspiring cathedral are a piece of New York City history (Twas the Night Before Christmas was penned here); making it a perfect spot to experience the beauty of a New York City winter wonderland over the holidays. 

The High Line Hotel offers guests convenient access to iconic and festive NYC experiences:

  • Just steps away, guests can discover the High Line Park in Chelsea and its secrets on a 2-hour Winter tour. Guests are welcome to take a stroll around Chelsea Market and grab hot cocoa before heading to the High Line to walk its entire length and learn about its history. 
  • Those looking for a more intimate experience can board the 1920s-style luxury Holiday Cruise yacht in Chelsea. With the ship's undeniable charm, it acts as the perfect romantic date night. The Holiday Jazz Cruise starts at Chelsea Piers and takes travelers along the Hudson River to the Statue of Liberty and the harbor of New York. 

Obviously this isn’t every single boutique hotel in NYC, but this is definitely a good list to get you started. Have a Happy Holiday season folks. 

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