Romantic Hotels in New York

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Where to slumber in the city that never sleeps? Despite New York’s no-snoozing reputation it has its fair share of romantic hotels scattered across the city. We at Original Travel have searched far and wide, from Manhattan to Brooklyn, to provide you with a lowdown on the most charming places to get your beauty sleep.

With its superb shopping, buzzing nightlife, and amazing restaurants it's no wonder that New York continues to allure those love struck in search of the bright lights. Stroll around the parks by day before indulging in breakfast or brunch (a big deal in New York). For the ultimate romantic experience treat the apple of your eye to a romantic helicopter tour and enjoy sensational aerial views of the entire city. Marvel at the gigantic Central Park and soar onwards above Wall Street, Chinatown and bustling Times Square.

Romantic nights are guaranteed at The Chatwal. A lavish hotel on 44th Street with a reimagined 1930s Empire Art Deco style throughout, this hotel ticks all the boxes in terms of charm. For an ultra-romantic stay opt for the director one bedroom suite, a luxurious penthouse apartment that oozes with sophistication.

The Bowery Hotel is an equally romantic hotel set in New York's East Side. With its boho-vibe and in-house trattoria serving Italian cuisine it has charm written all over it. Crosby Street hotel is another romantic setting that is elegantly style inside and out. There is even a private leafy garden for love birds to relax in.

Lake Kora provides the perfect backdrop for those in search for some tranquillity away from the hustle and bustle of New York City life. Surrounded by pine forests, the luxury lodge located in upstate New York makes for a romantic stay before or after visiting the big apple.

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Will, Kate B and Alexandra are our 'Romantic Hotels in New York' experts and as seasoned travellers they have the inside track on the most memorable adventures.

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