Welcome to Boutique Hotels Manhattan!
Boutique hotels are growing in popularity in several locations around the world. Designed for the trendy traveler, Manhattan's boutique hotels will provide the warmth and style you're looking for. Beginning with a secure online booking process, we hope to provide a convenient travel experience that will lead to the greatest of memories you'll create during your stay. browse boutique hotels
Hotel Indigo New York City - Chelsea
Quite deliberately the Hotel Indigo New York City - Chelsea has been designed as an oasis for travelers who yearn for an escape from the common hotel, but still need the convenience of a 24-hour fitness center and a world class restaurant. learn more
Gramercy Park Hotel
The Gramercy Park Hotel, rises above Lexington Avenue in New York. The hotel is across the street from Gramercy Park. New York City's Greenwich Village is eight blocks away. The Aerospa offers massages, muscle wraps. learn more
Wellington Hotel is located at 55th Street and 7th Avenue, a block from Broadway and Carnegie Hall. Centrally located in Midtown, the Wellington is two blocks from Fifth Avenue and the Theater District, and four blocks from Central Park. learn more
Manhattan is a bustling borough of New York City where most people who visit the Big Apple try to go. If you are visiting Manhattan, there are a few sights you need to take in. You can see them by taking a guided tour bus or simply walking around, but be prepared for a lot of sightseeing either way.
Central Park is a must-see, a huge manmade park with large grassy areas, tranquil ponds and even a zoo. You can go for a carriage ride through the park, which makes for a perfect old-fashioned date with a loved one.
Of course, Broadway is a glorious sight at night even if you don't catch a show. The neon lights pop in the darkness, and it's a beautiful thing. If you can afford to see a play, though, watching a show on Broadway is an experience you shouldn't miss.
You can also stop by the morning shows and stand outside the windows to talk to the anchors when they come outside. Bring a sign, and you might be able to get on TV. The same goes for "The Late Show With David Letterman."
That's just the tip of the iceberg; there's so much to see in Manhattan it will take a week just to get started!