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The Surrey Hotel

A whiff of old Hollywood glamour permeates this stylish boutique hotel, but the neutral tones and deluxe accents (Pratesi robes, Dean & Deluca minibars) keep things comfortably contemporary.

Bowery Hotel

This stylish, neo-Victorian hotel with Moorish accents is a hip neighborhood anchor. Celebrity sightings and a small, handsome bar are two perks. Hit up Gemma, the McNally-esque restaurant, for the buzzing brunch scene.

Crosby Street Hotel

The tucked-away location and colorful, iconoclastic design make this hotel from London-based Firmdale Hotels stand out. A good place for a drink, too.

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