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Midtown East Hotels

This is classic New York: looming skyscrapers, honking taxis, suits streaming out of office buildings, Grand Central Terminal – and a wealth of historic hotels. From the regal Art Deco Waldorf-Astoria, which has housed the crème de la crème of society for decades, to the St. Regis, which boasts a butler on every floor, many Midtown East hotels conjure up Manhattan’s opulent past. But, the neighborhood also has an array of mid-range options, like the friendly Pod 51. Add to this the central location, many subway lines and famous architectural landmarks (look up to see the Chrysler Building from anywhere in the neighborhood) and it’s no surprise that Midtown East continues to be one of Manhattan’s most popular places to stay.

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Relive the grand old days of New York City in Midtown East’s historic hotels, the best of which combine period furnishings with contemporary amenities. Many of the hotels are as iconic as the neighborhood’s architectural masterpieces, including the Waldorf-Astoria, which has welcomed every American President since Herbert Hoover, the St. Regis and the Four Seasons New York. But, Midtown East isn’t just the domain of old money. The neighborhood is dotted with an excellent assortment of personality-driven mid-range hotels, including the funky Roger Smith, filled with original art and sculptures by the owner, and Pod 51, which has small rooms – like “pods” – but a bright and zippy decor of contemporary paintings, blond wood and flatscreen TVs. For a cheap night out, buy a bottle of wine and ascend to the Pod 51 rooftop, where you can sip under the stars. W New York, the world’s first W hotel, rises over Lexington Avenue, and its low-lit bar serves as a popular after-work meeting spot. Other top choices include the pet-friendly Benjamin Hotel, and the business-oriented Hyatt 48 Lex. Midtown East is compact enough that all hotels are within strolling distance to the big sights, including St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Grand Central Terminal, which features constellations on its celestial ceiling and a central brass clock. Tracks for the Metro-North Railroad and the 4, 5, 6, 7 and S subway lines converge here. Midtown East also makes for a good base thanks to its plentiful shops and restaurant, like P.J. Clarke’s saloon, which has been serving juicy burgers and potent cocktails since 1884.

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