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HOTELS


Akwaaba Mansion Bed and Breakfast

347 MacDonough St., nr. Stuyvesant Ave. Bedford-Stuyvesant; 718-455-5958; akwaaba.com

Once the home of a 19th-century beer baron, this off-the-beaten-path bed-and-breakfast boasts hand-carved marble fireplaces, chandeliers, and floor-to-ceiling windows. It holds 150 for cocktails and 70 for a sit-down dinner with dancing in the ballroom. Site fees range from $300 to $400 per hour; outside catering is required.

The Carlyle

35 E. 76th St., at Madison Ave.; 212-744-1600; thecarlyle.com

The Carlyle has been a New York icon since it first opened in 1930. Its two Art Deco–inspired event spaces—the Versailles and the larger Trianon—make elegant wedding venues that hold up to 145 guests. Reception packages include passed hors d’oeuvre, a four-hour open bar, and a choice of entrées. From $250 per person. Book the Silver package and get a free bridal suite for the wedding night. Packages start at $10,000.

CPS Events at The Plaza

770 Fifth Ave., at Central Park S.; 212-549-0550; theplaza.com

Since 1927, the Plaza’s neoclassical Grand Ballroom has hosted such legendary events as Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball. Guests can mingle and marvel at the 4,800-square-foot space’s original chandeliers, mirrors, and sconces, while CPS Events provides the catering. while confectionary legends Sylvia Weinstock or Ron Ben-Israel take care of the cake. Prices upon request.

The Crosby Street Hotel

79 Crosby St., nr. Spring St.; 212-226-6400; firmdalehotels.com

A favorite of the downtown fashion set, this boutique hotel offers chic digs for small affairs. The lush lower-level parlor rooms hold about 75 people for sit-down dinners and up to 200 for cocktails. Rental rates range from $350 to $1,400 per hour; catering is in-house, from $80 per person. (good value)

Four Seasons Hotel New York

57 E. 57th St., nr. Park Ave.; 212-350-6501; fourseasons.com/newyork

This landmark hotel is one of the most sought after in the city, and with good reason. Guests can mingle on the gorgeous mezzanine terrace before going to the Cosmopolitan Suite, which holds 150 guests for cocktails and has a sleek, elegant feel. Several smaller rooms can accommodate more intimate groups of 20 to 100. Prices upon request.

Gramercy Park Hotel

2 Lexington Ave., at 21st St.; 212-201-2168; gramercyparkhotel.com

Receptions at this scene-y hub are generally held on the stunning 18th-floor terrace, which features lush landscaping and a retractable roof. It can accommodate up to 120 guests for a seated dinner and dancing, 160 for a buffet, or 250 for cocktails. Prices upon request.

Hotel Giraffe

365 Park Ave. S., at 26th St.; 212-685-7700; hotelgiraffe.com

The Giraffe’s 1,300-square-foot rooftop garden is perfect for a cocktail-party reception. The room boasts 26-foot-tall barrel-vaulted ceilings, plus an attached garden (available from May to October) and sweeping views of Park Avenue. It can accommodate 50 guests for a seated dinner in the indoor room, or up to 100 for cocktails. Packages start at $3,000 and include a deluxe overnight guest room for the newlyweds. (good value)

The Library Hotel

299 Madison Ave., nr. 42nd St.; 212-983-4500; libraryhotel.com

For intimate daytime weddings, this hotel’s Writer’s Den offers an airy atmosphere (complete with a working fireplace). Separated from the Writer’s Den by a swanky bar is the Poetry Garden, an enclosed glass atrium and an outdoor terrace with views of the public library. Buffet and cocktail-style receptions are catered by Madison & Vine, though other options are available. Prices upon request.

Liberty Hall

20 W. 29th St., at Broadway; 646-237-8313; acehotel.com/newyork

This 2,500-square-foot event space located on the lower level of the Ace Hotel recently underwent an elegant redesign, and chef April Bloomfield has debuted new menus that feed up to 120 guests seated. Ten-foot-high ceilings contribute to the contemporary setting, while moveable walls divide the space into three separate rooms for more intimate gatherings. Prices start at $10,000.

Mandarin Oriental, New York

80 Columbus Cir., at 60th St.; 212-805-8815; mandarinoriental.com/newyork

With wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling northeast views of Columbus Circle and Central Park, the hotel’s massive 36th-floor ballroom is unlike any other. The 6,000-square-foot space can host up to 420 guests for dinner and dancing. Three-course seated dinners start at $350 per person.

New York Hilton Midtown

1335 Sixth Ave., nr. 54th St.; 212-586-7000; newyorkhiltonhotel.com

With one of the largest ballrooms in New York City (it holds anywhere from 200 to 3,000 guests), the Hilton is a good bet for couples looking to host everyone they’ve ever met. The team here specializes in kosher events. Prices upon request.

New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge

333 Adams St., nr. Johnson St., Downtown Brooklyn; 718-222-6520; brooklynmarriott.com

This site is a favorite for couples looking to wed in downtown Brooklyn. The 18,105-square-foot Grand Ballroom is essentially a blank canvas and accommodates up to 1,800 guests; smaller spaces, like the junior ballroom, are also available. Catering starts at $110 per person and includes dinner, cake, and an open bar.

The New York Palace Hotel

455 Madison Ave., nr. 50th St.; 212-888-7000; newyorkpalace.com

For large events, this 55-story hotel’s Villard Ballroom is a great choice: It holds 225 for dinner and dancing, or 450 for cocktails. From $275 to $400 per person.

Penthouse808 at Ravel Hotel

8-08 Queens Plaza S., Long Island City; 718-289-6118; penthouse808rooftop.com

The trendy 8,000-square-foot Asian-Pacific bistro at this Queens hotel offers a stunning panoramic look at the Manhattan skyline and Queensboro Bridge, and the retractable glass wall and awning won’t block the view in bad weather, making this a solid all-seasons option. Accommodates up to 225 for dinner and dancing, and 300 for cocktails. From $115 per person.

The Pierre Hotel

2 E. 61st St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-940-8111; tajhotels.com

This old-school hotel exudes more than cachet: Its comprehensive list of services includes an on-site planner, flowers, customized menus (including kosher), and photography. The ballrooms hold anywhere from 20 to 700 people. The hotel also offers discounted rates for overnight wedding guests. Prices upon request.?

The Plaza Hotel

768 Fifth Ave., at Central Park S.; 866-770-8229; theplazany.com

A $400 million gut renovation completed in 2008 reinstated the landmark Plaza Hotel’s true five-star grandeur. Weddings are held in the opulent Grand Ballroom or the Terrace Room, which features original Charles Winston-designed crystal chandeliers from 1912. Receptions include a bridal suite for the night of the wedding, day-of preparation rooms for the bride and groom, and a cake from either Sylvia Weinstock or Ron Ben-Israel. Prices upon request.?

Refinery Hotel

63 W. 38th St., nr. Sixth Ave. 646-664-0325; refineryhotelnewyork.com

First opened in 1912 as a millinery, this hotel charms couples with its roof deck, which fits up to 240 for cocktails. For sit-down affairs, the Parker & Quinn restaurant, located on the ground floor, holds 120. Prices start at $250 per person for a five-hour event; in-house catering is required.

The Roosevelt Hotel

45 E. 45th St., at Madison Ave.; 212-661-9600; rooseveltweddings.com

This historic building in midtown evokes Jazz Age elegance with its gilded, chandeliered event spaces. The Grand Ballroom has iron-latticed balconies and accommodates up to 325 guests, while the Palm Room overlooking the lobby can hold 175 guests and features a sky-mural ceiling. Catering is in-house. From $200 per guest.

230 Fifth

230 Fifth Ave., at 27th St.; 212-725-4300; 230-fifth.com

This 30,000-square-foot rooftop bar includes three enclosed spaces, along with a partially heated terrace. The balcony offers breathtaking views of the Empire State Building and midtown. The space can fit up to 2,400 guests on the roof and 1,200 inside, but smaller spaces are available. Prices upon request.

The Waldorf-Astoria New York

301 Park Ave., nr. 49th St.; 212-872-4766; waldorfweddings.com

BBrides dreaming of a fairy-tale ball choose this legendary hotel, which features the only four-story, two-tiered ballroom in the city. It’s also home to the Starlight Roof, with 20-foot-high windows, as well as the Conrad (up to 60 guests) and Louis XVI suites (up to 120 guests). The hotel’s Guerlain Spa and in-house Wedding Salon are particularly convenient for pre-event primping. Prices upon request.

Wythe Hotel

80 Wythe Ave., at N. 11th St., Williamsburg 718-460-8000; wythehotel.com

Couples looking to tie the knot at this bastion of cool can book the main event hall and adjacent outdoor garden, which can be tented in winter, to host a seated dinner of up to 140 guests. The in-house restaurant Reynard provides all catering. Prices start at $300 per person, including cake, food, a five-hour open bar, staff, basic rentals, and site fee.

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