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Top 5 New Hotels


Wythe Hotel  

Wythe Hotel
80 Wythe Ave., nr. N. 11th St., Williamsburg; 718-460-8000
Andrew Tarlow, of Marlow & Sons and Roman’s, has set out to prove he’s more than a restaurateur with this 70-room waterfront textile factory turned hotel. That said, the gritty-glam property’s heartbeat is naturally in his main-level dining spot, Reynard, and its courtyard.

The NoMad Hotel
1170 Broadway, nr. 28th St.; 212-796-1500
French designer Jacques Garcia transformed a Beaux Arts building into a Parisian-inspired hotel, decked out with a 200-year-old spiral staircase and claw-foot tubs. Giving the neighboring Ace Hotel some retail competition, the Nomad features fashion boutique Maison Kitsuné and Canadian accessories shop WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie.

The High Line Hotel
180 Tenth Ave., nr. 21st St.; 212-929-3888
This boutique-size hotel is housed in a red brick building that’s attached to the still-functioning General Theological Seminary.

Hyatt Union Square
134 Fourth Ave., nr. 13th St.; 212-253-1234
This new 178-room hotel—featuring modern suites, an American-style brasserie, and Singl Lounge—is a stone’s throw from Union Square’s best restaurants, shops, and entertainment.

Hotel BPM
139 33rd St., nr. Fourth Ave., Sunset Park; 718-305-4182
BPM (short for beats per minute) aims to be a hip-hop-lover’s paradise, with owner D.J. Bijal blasting his soundtrack throughout the hotel’s lobby and rooftop lounge. The rooms do, however, offer solace from the party, with Frette linens on all beds and Gilchrist & Soames BeeKind toiletries.

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