Our top 20 reviewed hotels in New York

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Gershwin Hotel, New York

Address 7 East 27th Street (Midtown E-Murray Hill)

The 150-room Gershwin is a well-executed hotel thriving on the crazy energy of 1970s New York.

7.4 Guest Rating

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SoHotel, New York

Address 341 Broome Street (Lower East Side)

The SoHotel is a fabulous 96-room hotel in Nolita, a tiny 'hood between SoHo and the Lower East Side.

7.6 Guest Rating

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The Jane Hotel, New York

Address 113 Jane Street (Greenwich Village & West Village)

Part SRO (Single Room Occupancy) and part hipster den, the Jane Hotel is a beautiful beast, a glammed-up flophouse well suited to the contemporary moment.

7.7 Guest Rating

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$99

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Chelsea Star Hotel, New York

Address 300 West 30th Street (Chelsea)

The Chelsea Star is an interesting beast, with hostel dormitories, cheap artist-shaped rooms with shared-facilities and deluxe rooms with massive amounts of space.

7.5 Guest Rating

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$80

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Seafarers & International House, New York

Address 123 E. 15th St. (at Irving Place) (Union Square-Gramercy)

Run by the Evangelical Lutheran Church as a sanctuary for sailors, the Seafarers and International House is a real budget-friendly find.

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$104

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Hotel 31, New York

Address 120 East 31 Street (Midtown E-Murray Hill)

Situated in busy Midtown East, the Hotel 31 is a dependably inexpensive alternative to the pricier hotels crowding the neighborhood.

7.8 Guest Rating

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$89

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Hotel St. James, New York

Address 109 West 45th Street (Times Square-Theater District)

The small and simple Hotel St. James offers basic accommdations and some of the best rates in the area around Times Square.

7.6 Guest Rating

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$142

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Skyline Hotel, New York

Address 725 Tenth Avenue (Hell's Kitchen)

From the outside, the Skyline Hotel bears resemblance to a highway-side motor lodge. Inside, the atmosphere is unmistakably that of a big city hotel.

7.5 Guest Rating

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$139

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Hotel East Houston, New York

Address 151 East Houston Street (Lower East Side)

The Hotel East Houston, located as one might expect on very busy Houston Street, is a smart boutique hotel.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$139

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102 Brownstone, New York

Address 102 West 118th Street (Upper West Side to Harlem)

Located on a quiet Harlem side-street in a gorgeous brownstone, 102 Brownstone's six rooms comprise a homey Uptown nest.

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$127

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St. Marks Hotel, New York

Address 2 St. Marks Place (at Third Avenue) (East Village)

The best thing about St. Marks is likely the location, next to countless gritty Lower Manhattan attractions.

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$120

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Mayfair New York Hotel, New York

Address 242 West 49th Street (Times Square-Theater District)

A love song to "classic New York," the Mayfair Hotel shows its age, but the simple three-star hotel is a good value for the unfussy traveler looking for a clean, central place to sleep.

7.2 Guest Rating

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$101

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Ye Olde Carlton Arms Hotel, New York

Address 160 E. 25th St. (between Lexington and Third Avenues) (Union Square-Gramercy)

A budget hotel in a Gramercy-adjacent neighborhood, Ye Olde Carlton Arms looks pretty inauspicious from the outside.

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Pod 51 Hotel, New York

Address 230 E. 51st St. (between Second and Third Avenues) (Midtown E-Murray Hill)

The Pod Hotel is an appealing hotel concept: Imagine a very well-designed (if spartan) hotel in a lively and action-packed corner of a big city.

7.9 Guest Rating

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$94

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Cosmopolitan Hotel, New York

Address 95 West Broadway (Soho & Tribeca)

The upscale neighborhood of Tribeca is known for pricey everything (including hotels), but the three-star Cosmopolitan Hotel offers a solid value for the area.

7.9 Guest Rating

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$99

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Hotel 17, New York

Address 225 East 17 Street (Union Square-Gramercy)

There's something just slightly precious about Hotel 17. Could it be the dark warren-like lobby and hallways? The receptionist's uniform? The old-fashioned signage out front?

7.7 Guest Rating

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Night Hotel, New York

Address 157 West 47th Street (Times Square-Theater District)

Located at the north end of Times Square, the three-star Night Hotel offers 210 small but stylish rooms in the thick of the action.

7.7 Guest Rating

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$149

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Chelsea Lodge, New York

Address 318 W. 20th St. (between Eighth and Ninth Avenues) (Chelsea)

Cozy, simple and well located, the Chelsea Lodge feels like a hidden gem, complete with historic building and tranquil (yet central) location.

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The Milford, New York

Address 700 8th Avenue (Times Square-Theater District)

Located in the hear of Times Square, the Milford offers 1,331 recently renovated and reasonably priced rooms. (Note: The hotel is still undergoing renovations.)

7.1 Guest Rating

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$140

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East Village Bed & Coffee, New York

Address 110 Ave. C (between Seventh and Eighth Streets) (East Village)

The ethos is communal, funky, and friendly. There are bikes, umbrellas, and museum passes on offer, all free for guests.

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$135

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