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If you’re looking for an affordable hotel in a great location, you can’t top the Edison. It’s bang in the centre of Times Square so you’re staying in the very heart of New York, just a short walk from Broadway. This hotel is old school with a faded glamour, but it’s still a big draw due to the price and location. It's a great option as it's close to New York's gay nightlife, too.
Ink48 is a chic and affordable hotel in Hell’s Kitchen, a buzzing neighbourhood full of popular restaurants and gay bars. It even boasts a rooftop bar with panoramic views of New York’s skyline. You can also enjoy the spa facilities, and you even get a complimentary yoga mat. Pet-friendly.
The William Vale
Situated in supremely trendy Brooklyn, The William Vale is a modern hotel with light-filled rooms and corridors. The rooftop bar on the 22nd floor is often frequented by trendy New Yorkers and its brunch is to die for! There’s a 60-foot pool with stunning views of the Manhattan skyline, a chic Italian restaurant and even a doughnut shop. The rooms come with balconies and panoramic views. The hotel is 2.2 miles from the city centre and surrounded by many bars and cafes.
Washington Square Hotel
Opened in the early 20th century, this hotel has hosted many notable artists and writers over the years - including Hemingway and Bob Dylan. It’s art deco style and portraits of classic Hollywood stars are a testament to its historical significance. The rooms are comfortable, clean and great value for money.
Night Hotel - Theater District
Chic hotel in the heart of Theater District in Times Square, steps away from the Rockefeller Plaza, The Radio City Music Hall, along with shops, bars and New York's popular tourist sights. Night Hotel's black & white colour scheme is very stylish. Spacious, contemporary-styled guest rooms feature 42" TV, iPod dock, minibar, free WiFi and BOSE sound system. Hotel guests get free access to the Equinox gym. The onsite Red Moon restaurant serves modern Japanese food, although many local dining options are nearby.
Wyndham New Yorker Hotel
This art deco hotel is part of the New York skyline. Its charming art deco lobby reflects its Jazz Age origins. The rooms are spacious and although the decor is slightly dated, you’re getting good value in a great location. You’re just a few blocks away from the Empire State Building. All the rooms come with flat-screen TVs and free WiFi.
The Hudson Hotel has a great location near Central Park and not far from Hell's Kitchen, Industry and other gay bars in New York. Popular with locals and tourists alike, the 24-storey hotel has a 24-hour gym with the latest workout equipment. All 866 rooms feature fine linens, flat panel TV and iPod dock.
The NU Hotel offers gay-friendly Brooklyn accommodation with modern, comfortable guestrooms. This sleek hotel boasts free Wi-Fi, a 24-hour fitness centre, and an onsite bar. The hotel's bar serves a continental breakfast daily, a tapas menu, and works as a full-service bar throughout the evening. Each contemporary guestroom is equipped with a 32" flat-screen TV, music system, and air conditioning. As a guest of the NU Hotel you will benefit from free bike rentals to explore the local area.
Hotel Le Bleu
Hotel Le Bleu is a popular gay-friendly Brooklyn hotel, situated in Park Slope, moments from the borough's best gay nightlife. Each modern guestroom features free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen HDTV, iPod docking system, and DVD player. Guests of the Hotel Le Bleu can benefit from a continental breakfast served daily. Those who have stayed at the Hotel Le Bleu favour the accommodation for its cleanliness, boutique-style rooms, and helpful staff.
Hotel Le Jolie
Excellent boutique hotel in Brooklyn. Le Jolie is located just over the Brooklyn bridge, within easy reach of famous landmarks, shopping areas and gay nightlife. Each bright, Euro-inspired guest room features very comfortable beds, free WiFi, large flat screen TV, iPod dock and complimentary toiletries. A Continental breakfast served each morning.
New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge
Quality hotel in Brooklyn's renowned Brooklyn Heights neighbourhood. The New York Marriott offers top-notch facilities including a lap pool, hot tub, spa and fitness centre. Each modern guest room includes a flat screen TV, coffee maker, and down comforters. Dining options at the hotel include The Bar, serving American cuisine and drinks, and The Brooklyn Pantry, offering light bites. Many local dining choices are nearby.
Sheraton Brooklyn New York Hotel
The Sheraton Hotel offers gay-friendly accommodation in Brooklyn's downtown area. Here, you're just one stop on the subway from bustling Manhattan. Dine on site at the hotel's restaurant, which serves Italian cuisine and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner. There's also a Starbucks outlet in the lobby. Onsite amenities include a swimming pool with retractable roof, hot tub, and fitness centre. Guestrooms at The Sheraton boast a 42" flat-screen TV and coffeemaker with Starbucks coffee.
Aloft New York Brooklyn
The gay-popular Aloft New York offers unique design and comfy rooms in loft-like spaces in Brooklyn, located just one mile from the Brooklyn Bridge, and 1.7 miles from busy Manhattan. Hotel amenities include onsite dining, free WiFi, convenient 24-hour snack shop. Each modern guest room boasts a flat-screen TV with cable, charging station and refrigerator.
Fairfield Inn and Suites
The Fairfield Inn and Suites offer comfortable, gay-friendly Brooklyn accommodation. Each morning, guests will benefit from a complimentary American breakfast. Guestrooms at Fairfield Inn and Suites include a 36" flat-screen TV, a coffeemaker, and a desk. On site you'll find free Wi-Fi throughout, a fitness centre, and a terrace.
One of New York's newer hotels, The Brooklyn is a gay-friendly hotel in Brooklyn, close to bustling Manhattan and other attractions. On site you'll find a 24-hour front desk, quality fitness centre, bar, and free Wi-Fi. Modern guestrooms offer comfortable lodgings for guests hoping to explore Brooklyn and its surrounding areas.
BKYLN House offers boutique-style gay-friendly accommodation in Brooklyn, situated in the bustling Bushwick neighbourhood, and close to trendy Williamsburg. Each modern guestroom offers air conditioning, free Wi-Fi, and private bathroom. Guests of BKLYN House can take advantage of an intimate lounge and sunny outdoor terrace. Should you choose to stay at BKLYN House you'll also benefit from a complimentary continental breakfast.
Four Points by Sheraton Long Island City/Queensboro Bridge
Four Points by Sheraton is a comfortable gay-friendly Queens hotel, close to the lively gay scene in Astoria. This modern hotel offers on-site dining in the form of Michael's Cafe, which serves casual American fare daily. The hotel also boasts a relaxed pub, adjoining to Michael's Cafe, which opens each evening. As a guest of Four Points you can take advantage of their fully-equipped 24-hour fitness centre. Here, each spacious guestroom is equipped with a 32" flat-screen cable TV, free Wi-Fi, and a coffeemaker.
Hotel de Point
Hotel de Point is a modern gay-friendly Queens hotel located in College Point. Here, you may not be within walking distance to the borough's gay nightlife, but Hotel de Point offers a complimentary daily shuttle to Flushing, as well as the airport. This boutique-style hotel boasts sleek guestrooms with flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi. Guests of Hotel de Point can dine in style at the hotel's on-site restaurant, or visit the Kam Man Grocery Store. A complimentary breakfast is served daily in the hotel's dining room.
The Parc Hotel
The Parc Hotel is a gay-friendly Queens hotel in the heart of the popular Flushing neighbourhood. Modern guestrooms at The Parc Hotel include air conditioning, cable TV, and a refrigerator. Guests of this modern hotel will benefit from free Wi-Fi throughout, an on-site fitness centre, and rooftop bar. Here, you're just moments away from New York City's major attractions, and not far from Queens' best gay nightlife.
The Boro Hotel is a modern, gay-friendly hotel in Queens' lively Astoria neighbourhood, home to much of the borough's best gay nightlife. Offering industrial-chic interiors, Boro Hotel boasts contemporary guestrooms with hardwood floors and custom furnishings. With large windows, some rooms even offer views of Long Island City or the Manhattan skyline. On site guests can take advantage of the hotel's state-of-the-art amenities and facilities, including: restaurant, bar, sun terrace, and library. Free Wi-Fi can be enjoyed throughout the Boro Hotel.
Paper Factory Hotel
Paper Factory Hotel is a gay-friendly hotel in Queens' popular Astoria neighbourhood, just moments from the borough's best gay nightlife. Offering modern accommodations, this unique hotel was previously a 100-year-old paper factory. This boutique-style hotel boasts loft-like rooms, each of which is complete with a flat-screen TV, 12-foot ceilings, and upscale decor. Some rooms offer city views. Guests of Paper Factory Hotel can dine on-site at Mundo, serving Peruvian and Argentinian dishes daily. Should you fancy a cocktail, the hotel's bar will happily accommodate you.
The High Line Hotel
The High Line enjoys a great location in Chelsea, a short walk to Chelsea Market, 10 minutes' walk to the Meatpacking District and its range of restaurants, shops and gay bars. Each guest room features a 46" flat-screen TV, minibar, free WiFi. Guests can make use of the garden and bar. Shinola bicycle rentals are also available. The hotel's excellent value for money and location make it a popular choice with gay guests.
The Pierre, a Taj Hotel, New York
Impeccably located in Central Park, you'll be around the corner from Madison and Fifth Avenues. It's just a ten-minute walk to the Rockefeller Center. The Pierre combined the finest Indian design with a Neoclassical twist. It's one of the most stylish and decedant hotels in New York. The rooms are painted in lightly accented colours and some come with lavish Indian ornaments. The on-site dining options are particularly impressive. Chef Ashfer Biju presides over the kitchen - one of the finest in Manhattan. You can also dine in the swanky rotunda which is surrounded by trompe l'oeil murals.
By 2010, The Surrey became the only Relais & Chateaux hotel in NYC and underwent a dramatic makeover. Previously an aparment-style hotel, it was updated in order to compete with its neighbours. It's located in a residential area, so the location is ideal if you want an oasis away from the swarms of tourists. It's a short walk to The Lexington subway. The rooms are contemporary and come with a small sitting area. The colour scheme is black and white. Beds feature Dux mattresses and have 500-thread-count cotton sheets. A peaceful night's sleep is guaranteed. Guests of The Surrey can dine on-site at the hotel's Cafe Boulud, serving French cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Cocktails are available in Bar Pleiades.
The Chatwal is the standout hotel in the Theatre District. Its Art Deco style is very appealing. The buzz of Times Square is close but you're just far enough to enjoy a but of peace. There are just 76 rooms so it's fairly small. This is the perfect choice if you're planning to do Broadway.
Refinery Hotel was once the Colony Arcade Building and millinery studios in the Garment District. It's a short walk to Macy's should you be overcome by the desire to shop. The building was constructed in 1912. The interiors call to mind the building's rich history. The rooms have high ceilings and the colour palette is warm. Expect distressed oak floors and creamy whites and dark browns. The rooms feel more like apartments than hotel rooms. All in all it's a great luxury choice for gay travelers in New York.
The Langham won the Conde Nast Reader’s Choice award for best hotel in New York in 2017. It's a few blocks from the Empire State Building and boasts some of the largest hotel rooms in the city. The colour scheme is light and airy - expect creamy whites and an overall neutral colour tone. There are many great restaurants nearby, including a French cafe next door.
The Ritz-Carlton New York
The Ritz-Carlton is one of the best luxury hotels in New York. Located at the southside of Manhattan's famous Central Park, the location is unbeatable. You can go for a ride through the park on a horse and carriage like Carrie and Mr Big. The interiors are as chic as you would expect with a decidedly European feel. The spa is part of the La Prairie brand and it's one of the best in New York. Caviar Luxe manicure, anyone? The rooms come with a pillow menu and Asprey amenities. Guests of The Ritz-Carlton can enjoy American cuisine and seafood at the hotel's restaurant, Auden Bistro And Bar.
The Nomad Hotel
Located in a Beaux Arts building, The Nomad Hotel is a great choice for bouji bohemians. You'll be within walking distance to theatreland - it's on Broadway, darling. Jacques Garcia designed the hotel and gave it a Parisian feel. There are 168 rooms, each with a unique character and dramatic high ceilings. All rooms come with retro mahogany desks. Centrally located, here you're just 700 yards from the Empire State Building and Herald Square. Additionally, Madison Square Park is just 200 yards away.
The Mark Hotel
The Mark Hotel was originally built in 1927, the height of the Jazz Age. It's just of Madison Avenue and one block away from Central Park. The lobby captures the old-world glamour of the original building. The Neo-Renaissance gives the lobby a Midnight In Paris vibe. The hotel offers many perks. You can book a session with the in-house PT. There's also a state-of-the-art salon. You can also book a private shopping session at some of the local luxury boutiques. All of the rooms are spacious and stylish with chic furnishings and Quagliotti bedding.
The New York EDITION
The New York EDITION is a beautiful and welcoming boutique Manhattan hotel located in the iconic landmark Metropolitan Life Clock Tower in Midtown. It's one of the newest properties in the city and within easy reach of the main gay nightlife. On-site guests can dine at the hotel's Michelin-star Jason Atherton restaurant. A selection of speciality and regional drinks are available at the hotel's Lobby Bar. Guestrooms at The New York EDITION each feature a 48" flat-screen TV, citywide views, and a private bathroom.
The Beekman Hotel
The Beekman Hotel is a LGBT-friendly New York hotel near the Brooklyn Bridge. Spacious rooms and suites comprise this hotel, each offering custom beds, oak floors, leather headboards, and marble bathrooms. Upper floor rooms offer balconies. Guests of The Beekman Hotel can dine on-site at the Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally-fronted restaurants.
This is one of the most iconic hotels in New York. Heck, it's one of the most iconic hotels on the planet. You're right next door to the Bergdorf Goodman store. The carriages lined up along the south end of Central Park are across the street. The Beaux-Arts building is a suitably grand and famous New York landmark. Inside you'll find marble in the lobby crowned by crystal chandeliers. It's like stepping onto a movie set. The rooms are eminently bouji and embody old world glamour. Inside the hotel, you'll find world-class restaurants and bars including a Champagne Bar and the famous Rose Club.
The Dominick is a LGBT-friendly Manhattan hotel in SoHo and less than a ten-minute walk from the iconic venue The Stonewall Inn. This luxury hotel features a full-service spa, 4 restaurants, and a fitness centre. Guests of The Dominick can make use of the hotel's 7th floor outdoor pool which offers views of the city. Each contemporary guestroom at The Dominick includes a 42" flat-screen TV, iPod docking station, and Italian marble bathroom.
11 Howard is a luxury LGBT-friendly New York hotel near SoHo in Lower Manhattan in easy reaching distance of many of the historic LGBT venues of Greenwich Village. This hotel offers free Wi-Fi, an on-site bar, and in-house dining in the form of a French restaurant. Each elegant guestroom features Scandinavian-inspired furnishings and custom artwork, alongside a 48" flat-screen TV.
This historic Beaux-Arts building with Art Deco rooms is New York landmark. It was a favorite of Princess Diana and Jackie O and it's located on Madison and 76th. The lobby is decked with black and gold coloured marble. Does it get more bouji than this? Not really, hun. The Carlyle is near Central Park on the Upper East Side and near the Whitney Museum of American Art. There are 188 Art Deco rooms, many come with direct views of Central Park. Café Carlyle is right opposite the hotel - one of New York's most famous jazz clubs.
Four Seasons Hotel New York
The Four Seasons is a luxury New York hotel famed for its world-class service and style. This 5-star hotel features Art Deco interiors and is located on "Billionaire's Row" near to Park Avenue and Madison Avenue. It's also close to 5th Avenue's plush boutique stores. Studios and suites at the Four Seasons offer panoramic city views or views of Central Park. On-site guests can enjoy the hotel's spa, full-service salon, sauna, and retail boutique. The Four Seasons boasts some of Manhattan's largest suites. Both the Rolls-Royce house car and chauffeur are always on hand to whisk you around the city.
The St Regis New York
The St Regis is in the heart of Midtown. It's one of the classic luxury hotels in New York. The Beaux-Arts building was once the highest in the city. It stands in a prime Manhatten location. Central Park is four blocks away. The style is timeless and reaches the highest heights of sophistication. It harks back to a more glamorous time but it doesn't feel remotely dated. If you're looking to do New York in style then this one's hard to beat. John Jacob Astor IV first opened the doors of the St Regis a century ago. He set out to create the greatest hotel in the world and arguably succeeded. A Betley is on call 24-hours a day to drop you off at local hotspots.
The Knickerbocker has been a major landmark since it opened three decades ago. It captures the sophistication and decadence of New York, especially as it was emerging in the greed is good era as a major financial centre. The minimalist rooms are sparsely furnished and painted with light colours. Neat, functional and modern.
The Greenwich Hotel
The Greenwich Hotel is a gay-friendly New York hotel in Tribeca is to the south of Manhattan. Well located if you want to take a trip to the Statue of Liberty or see the World Trade Center, which is just a ten-minute walk away. Luxury amenities comprise this hotel, including an underground pool and fitness centre. Additionally, guests can make use of the hotel's restaurant and full-service spa. Each unique guestroom at The Greenwich Hotel features free Wi-Fi access and a minibar with complimentary snacks. Italian cuisine and speciality drinks can be enjoyed at Locanda Verde.
One of our favorite New York hotels, Baccarat Hotel is inspired by Parisian decor and is located close to Central Park and also the bars of Hell's Kitchen. Guests can make use of the hotel's state-of-the-art facilities including an indoor pool, fitness centre, and full-service spa. Each contemporary guestroom features Parisian decor, a flat-screen TV, sofa, and coffee machine. A unique dining experience can be enjoyed at Baccarat Hotel's on-site French restaurant.
Gramercy Park Hotel
Gramercy Park Hotel is a historic rock and roll hotel located in Manhattan's Gramercy Park near Madison Square Park. It first opened in 1925 and it's hosted the likes of Blondie and the Rolling Stones. The Rose Bar is where it's at. The doorman implements a strict door policy after 10 pm, so brush up if you're heading out late. Each uniquely-decorated guestroom features bold colours and stunning views of the park. Impeccably stylish and a tad eccentric, you can see why this is a favoured haunt of the rockocracy. The hotel's dining options are excellent. Breakfast is not to be missed - go for the pancakes.
ModernHaus Soho (formerly The James)
The ModernHaus hotel is ideally located in SoHo, close to the Brooklyn Bridge, Canal Street subway, and within waking distance to gay bars in Greenwich Village and Chelsea. Guest rooms are spacious and stylishly understated, each including a 42" flat screen TV, free WiFi and excellent city views. As this is SoHo, you'll see various works by local artists on the walls. We like this hotel's modern gym, pool and wellness spa. Take the glass elevator the rooftop bar, enjoy dinner in the underground restaurant & bar, and later head to REBAR gay club or The Stonewall for a fun night out.
Located in midtown Manhattan, right on the corner of Broadway and 50th, this hotel offers affordable luxury for your New York stay. Avoiding hotel clichés, this time square hotel offers a modern stay in the city. The cosy rooms are a cross between a pod hotel and a style-conscious boutique, which gives the hotel a trendy but affordable quality. While the rooms are compact, the public areas, including a library, guests-only rooftop lounge and buzzy lobby bar, are all spacious and inviting. The hotel is also home to the new museum of street art! The location is a key selling point of this hotel. With seven subway lines within four blocks of the hotel and Time Square in walking distance, this theatre-friendly stay is perfect for those craving a classic New York experience. For an efficient, affordable and luxurious stay, look no further than the citizenM.
Room Mate Grace Boutique Hotel
Room Mate Grace is one of our favorite hotels in New York. It's equidistant between Times Square and Hell's Kitchen. Room Mate Grace sometimes hosts gay pool parties. It's a three-star hotel that could be a four-star. You can't find a better location and it's a good price. A hearty breakfast is served until noon - this is helpful if you're hungover! The rooms are spacious and come in bold colours. The pool is also excellent. Although the gym is small and they have no restaurant, you gotta make compromises to find a great deal in NYC.
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