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The holiday season is upon us, and that means thousands of out of towners will be stopping by The Big Apple to experience all this has to offer.  Part of the itinerary has to be where to stay, and luckily for all of our readers, we have found some great hotel options for you to check into and enhance your Manhattan experience!

Take a look at the select hotels that we think you should check into.  Whether it is Hell’s Kitchen, Midtown East or Flatiron, chances are one of these hotels will strike your fancy!

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The Row NYC- 8th Avenue Between 44th & 45th Street

The Row Hotel, conveniently located in the intersection of Hell’s Kitchen and Times Square, has a lot going for itself.  In our original article reviewing its location, we titled it- “Glitz, Glam and Pizzazz” as that truly is what The Row really embodies.  There is a great sense of retro meets modern as you walk throughout the hotel, with their suites adorned with portraits from legends like Mick Jagger and Jerri Hall with really unique color schemes adorned throughout.  Amenities are plentiful at The Row but a great addition to the hotel itself is its elevated food court experience called City Kitchen, which boasts an array of different types of companies specializing in all things delicious from lobster, pretzels, sushi and more.  To see our original review of Row NYC check it out here, and for our review of City Kitchen you can find that here.

Manhattan Digest, Hotel Elysee
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Hotel Elysee- 60 East 54th Street Between Madison and Park Avenue

Hotel Elysee reads as “Old New York In The Modern Era”.  If you are looking for something with a great sophistication and class, this is the one hotel you should stay at.  Hotel Elysee is part of the Library Hotel Collection, which also features The Library Hotel, Hotel Giraffe and Casablanca Hotel, all amazing locations that are worth the try as well on top of Hotel Elysee. All four of these locations feature an incredible breakfast buffet every morning, evening reception with top of the line wines and cheeses, and many other great amenities.  As for Hotel Elysee, with guests that boast from Frank Sinatra and Tennessee Williams, why not add your name to that list?  Check out the original review of Hotel Elysee here and be sure to check out all of the amazing hotels in The Library Hotel collection the next time you stay in Manhattan.

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The Kitano Hotel New York- 66 Park Avenue & East 38th Street

The Kitano Hotel New York in Midtown has a lot more to offer than your standard hotel that you can find in Manhattan.  Being the only Japanese-owned hotel here, it adds several different facets to its already incredible hotel such as its “Jazz at Kitano” taking place each Sunday to its bevy of party selections that you can have there from a wedding, birthday party or even just a simple business meeting.  On top of that, the rooms, hospitality and overall presence read as magnificent and it is truly an amazing experience for anyone looking to stay in Manhattan.  Definitely one to check out!  Here is the original review of this great establishment.

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Sanctuary Hotel- 132 W. 47th Street

If you are looking for the true Times Square experience, then Sanctuary Hotel is a must as it is right in the heart of all of that.  Located merely a block away from the most historic location in the world, Sanctuary Hotel provides an amazing posh experience,  with no expense spared in order to provide hotel guests with stylish accommodations, lavish amenities and personalized service. The guest rooms are richly detailed with chocolate leather headboards, crystal chandeliers, glass-walled showers, marble countertops, fireplaces, and leather-printed wall tiles. Accents of brown glass, honey onyx, smoked glass, and brushed brass creates a vibrant and chic lodging experience.  Plus two great restaurants inside, what more can you ask for?  For more information, check out their official site.