4 Most Romantic Hotels in NYC Where You Can Get Cozy This Winter

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Winter is fast approaching. And one of the best ways to stay warm is by snuggling up next to your loved one.

If you’re visiting New York City this magical time of year, don’t just pick any old hotel. Pick one that’s going to make the experience that much more memorable.

Not sure where to stay? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Continue reading and we’ll walk you through the most romantic hotels in NYC.

The Greenwich Hotel

Owned by New York’s most beloved actor, Robert De Niro, the Greenwich Hotel is both stylish and decadent. 

Get your romance on at the Japanese-style spa. It’s designed in timber and stone and is beautifully lit by glowing lanterns. 

And while you can find plenty of fancy restaurants in the surrounding Tribeca area, why not just stay. Here, you can enjoy some of the finest aphrodisiacs including wood-fired grilled chicken and squid ink linguini right by a burning fire.

The Lucerne

Looking for more budget-friendly hotels? Look no further than Upper West Side’s The Lucerne. The 202 rooms in this historic hotel are compact but also gorgeously designed.

For brunch, why not have a casual feast for two at Nice Matin, the hotel’s romantic French-Meditteranean restaurant. It’s a delicious cafe that feels more like Paris than New York.

The Beekman

If you want style, then The Beekman is the hotel for you. As you enter the lobby, the first thing you need to be sure to do is look up. 

There, you’ll see a 9-level atrium topped by a beautiful skylight, a remnant of its beginning days when the building first opened in 1883.

These lower Manhattan hotel rooms come with drink trolleys that include cocktail making ingredients. They also are decked out in the latest tech including flat-screen TVs and Bluetooth wireless radio.

The Mandarin Oriental

One of the most defining and romantic characteristics of the Big Apple is the skyline. And you find a better view than the one from this West Side spot.

Most of the rooms here sport floor to ceiling windows which either give you a perfect view of New York’s Central Park or of the Hudson River.

And if your room doesn’t come with a stellar view? Not to worry. You can head on up to the Aviary on the 35th floor. A trendy cocktail bar headed by award-winning Chicago chef Grant Achatz. 

Also, be sure to take in the panoramic view of the classic yellow taxis driving around Columbus Circle below.

The hotel also has a swimming pool, fitness center, and sauna. 

The Beauty of the Most Romantic Hotels in NYC

There’s a lot of reasons to visit New York. And checking out some of the most romantic hotels in NYC is definitely one of them. 

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