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Hotel Guide: Best Hotels in New York
356 W. 58th St.
New York, NY
Entering the Hudson Hotel is like sipping a potion from Alice in Wonderland. Oversize chandeliers hang above check-in, three-story tall pantries line the restaurant (Hudson Cafeteria), and the library bar has upper-tier bookshelves that tower to three stories. Don't be overwhelmed. In your room (one of 1,000) you'll find fluffy down comforters and pillows, translucent glass-encased bathrooms and revolving art-exhibit lightboxes. Ready for socializing again?

Enjoy a drink in Hudson Bar and admire the Francesco Clemente-frescoed ceiling, or head out to the private garden that's open year-round.
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The Mercer Hotel
147 Mercer St
New York, NY

The Mercer Hotel feels like a private club; even the cleaning staff, dressed in Mao shirts, are part of the elite atmosphere. But the 75 rooms, featuring sublimely simple decor by Christian Liaigre, offer a calm urban oasis.

Get a room with a bathtub; it's large enough for two and you won't be left wondering what to do after a romantic meal nearby. Click here to save on your next hotel stay

The Peninsula
700 5th Ave
New York, NY

Don't be fooled by the Peninsula Hotel's old world charm. This landmark, turn-of-the-century, beaux arts hotel may seem like a turn-of-the-century mansion, complete with the original crystal chandelier and domed molded ceiling, but it also boasts state-of-the-art technology, thanks to a recent $45 million renovation. Guest rooms now have bedside control panels for lighting, temperature and entertainment systems. And the spacious marble bathrooms rival the size of most N.Y.C. hotel rooms.

The tri-level Peninsula Spa and Health Club offers personal trainers, a swimming pool, sauna and steam room, massage rooms, plus a full-service beauty salon and spa treatments; even native New Yorkers sign up for membership. Click here to save on your next hotel stay
The Pierre
2 East 61st St.
New York, NY
Prim and proper, this 1930s Georgian-style hotel is the empress of Fifth Avenue and has hosted Hollywood expats and many swell affairs, including fashion shows from Ralph Lauren, Karl Lagerfeld and Yves St. Laurent.

More like the palace of your dreams, The Pierre's 24-hour staffed elevators, Bulgari bath products and breathtaking views of Central Park (from most rooms) keep midtown chaos at bay.
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The Tribeca Grand
2 6th Ave.
New York, NY

Can't decide if you want to shimmy the night away or head off to bed? A stay at the Tribeca Grand hotel offers a chic solution to both. The impressive eight-story, atrium lobby houses the Church Lounge, which draws a swanky nighttime crowd to the plush banquettes, throbbing beats and late-night menu. The sleek rooms, outfitted in serene celadon, charcoal and cream, cleverly make the most of the hotel's unusual triangle shape, and come complete with Web TV, a Bose radio-CD player and Aero chair.

If you're in the mood for a midnight movie, rent the Grand Screen, a private 98-seat theater with optional in-theater dining, which draws entertainment-industry honchos. (Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke hosted screenings here.) Click here to save on your next hotel stay