A 10-minute walk from Central Park or the Museum of Modern Art, this upscale hotel was built in 1926 by newspaper baron William Randolph Hearst.
Modern, individually decorated rooms have free WiFi, plus wet bars, kitchenettes and dining tables. Suites add full kitchens, living rooms and up to 3 bedrooms. Other in-room perks include walk-in closets, velour bathrobes and nightly turndown service.
Guests receive a free drink and pastry each day from the on-site espresso bar, and discounted services at the salon and spa. The hotel's onsite restaurant, American Cut, is now open for breakfast and dinner. There's also an exercise room, and a fine-dining seafood restaurant featuring the landmark building's original chandeliers.
Please Note: The property collects a daily Resort Fee of $5.50 per room plus applicable taxes.