New York City is a place that everyone sees and hears about all the time when they are growing up. Whether it be on the big screen at the movies, the little screen at home on the TV, or heard about from different relatives and friends about the wonderful sparkling city that is New York City. Visiting NYC is a 24 hours experience, meaning that your hotel matters immensely when visiting: so here are some places you should check out to plan your stay when visiting the city.
In one of the best locations in NYC, the Plaza is located right at the tip of Central Park if you want a nature getaway while amidst the concrete jungle. With a style that very much mimics the style of the 1920’s, if you want to take a step back in time and enjoy all of the glitz and glamour of what it was like to be wealthy in the city back then this is the perfect hotel for you. Stay a couple nights or just head in for a visit to grab a bite to eat or to snap a quick picture.
The Chelsea Hotel
If you are looking for somewhere famous, high-class, and a little edgier the Chelsea is the hotel for you. Another historic landmark in the city, many artists types have stayed or visited the Chelsea such as: Bob Dylan, Janis Joplin, Allen Ginsberg, and Mark Twain. Although updates have been stagnant in the previous years, the Chelsea has currently changed ownership, Ed Scheetz, so expectations are that the Chelsea will be better than ever.
The New York Palace
One of the most interesting aspects of the New York Palace (besides the majority of Gossip Girl being filmed here) it includes a mix of modern and historic NYC. Whether you are seeing one of the various movies or TV shows being filmed almost every day or spending some time in the courtyard with various types of Italian architecture make sure to put the New York Palace on your to-do list when visiting the city.
Although this is just a small list detailing the various fun and historic hotels in New York City, we hope this list provides you with a starting point for your next trip to the city or to give you something to daydream about while at work. Here’s looking for your next city adventure, hope it is all it’s cracked up to be.