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The Hotel Plaza Athenee across from Central Park offers guests a spot to enjoy a drink or nosh at the famed Oak Room. Shops, spas, and fitness rooms provide for day enjoyment, while sumptuous rooms create ambience for your night. The Plaza was immortalized in one of Neil Simon’s signature plays and where Eloise gave her Nanny fits .
The Algonquin Hotel is the site where the literati gathered to form their Algonquin round table. Dorothy Parker and Robert Benchly exchanged quips here in the same place that you will enjoy dinner and a glass of wine. The Alongquin is now a hotel in the Marriott Chain so it’s ideal for Marriott Rewards holders.
The phrase, “We’re at the Sherry” has been tossed about the New York City streets for decades. In its 1920s heyday, the Sherry-Netherland was the largest apartment building the world. In the contemporary world, it’s known for its impeccable, European-style service. Enjoy the sumptuous rooms where you’ll find a Belgian chocolate of two waiting just for you. Or take the chocolates down to the library, which was modeled after the Vatican.
For the true bibliophile, there’s always The Library. A boutique hotel that defines boutique hotels, each floor is organized according to the Dewey Decimal System. Perhaps you’ll stay on the languages, history, or math and science floor. Enjoy the complimentary breakfast or afternoon treats along with your choice of reading material.
If you prefer your travel accommodations in a place where popular culture thrived, try the Hotel Chandler in lower Midtown. What was once a collection of private apartments is now a hip and cool travel destination. While you’re there, soak in the history of the hotel and see if you can feel the spirits of Dylan Thomas, Sid Vicious, Mark Twain or Jimi Hendrix.