Deluxe queen, $198-$379; luxury queen, $198-$399; deluxe one-bedroom suite, $299-$439; luxury king suite, $439-$629
4, 5, 6 at 59th St.; N, Q, R at Lexington Ave.-59th St.
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Paddy Fitzpatrick banked on the luck of the Irish when his son John brought the first of his Ireland-based Fitzpatrick Hotels to the states, and it wasn’t long before the Fitzpatrick Manhattan became a beacon for Irish celebrities like Liam Neeson. The hotel’s standard, albeit smallish, rooms are sufficient, while the suites are ideally suited to a family of three. The 91 rooms are outfitted in earthy tones, with dark wood furnishings and marble bathrooms. Touting “a real Irish welcome” for all, the Fitzpatrick brings a little of the Old World to midtown. Leprechauns not included.Extra
The Fitz, the hotel's quaint restaurant, whips up a traditional Irish breakfast daily.
Claim To Fame
Draws a large celebrity Irish clientele such as Liam Neeson and Mary Black.