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Take your partner to one of these romantic hotels in New York City

Take your partner to one of these romantic hotels in New York City

Hotels have a special ability to enhance the romantic connection between you and your loved one, whether you’ve been married for some years or are enjoying your first city break together. Truth is, they provide all the necessary ingredients for a romantic atmosphere, including some luxurious bedding, an abundance of pillows (made even better when accompanied by chocolate), and a beautiful room to enjoy together, if only for a short while. Whether you are a local or a visitor, New York City offers a plethora of activities for couples, ranging from dining at Michelin-starred restaurants and visiting famous landmarks to taking romantic walks through Central Park and along the Hudson River. Which makes it the ideal location to celebrate your anniversary or just the fact that you’re in love.

Combine all of these wonderful experiences with the perfect hotel for a romantic trip, birthday, or anniversary, and you'll be completely enamored. Whether you're seeking to connect while surfing the waves at Rockaway Beach in the early morning, gazing lovingly at each other over drinks at Bemelmans, or ice-skating in Brooklyn with a breathtaking view of the Manhattan skyline, each neighborhood has its own enchanting allure and incredible attractions. We've curated a list of hotels in the New York City area that will make your romantic getaway unforgettable, even if you choose to stay in the room.

Hotel Brooklyn Bridge

Boasting a prime waterfront location, the 1 Hotel in Dumbo offers unparalleled vistas of Lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge. This LEED Gold property features the artwork of local creatives and exudes an urban oasis ambiance, achieved through the use of abundant greenery and stylish reclaimed materials. During the summer months, the rooftop bar and pool are go-to destinations, but this winter, the space has been transformed into a frozen wonderland of ice sculptures and bespoke seating. Rest assured, Moose Knuckles parkas will be provided to keep you toasty warm.

The Beekman

While New York City boasts many historic hotels, the Beekman stands out for its location in a Queen Anne-style building from the 1880s, which was among the city's earliest skyscrapers. Moreover, prior to the building's construction, the site housed the Mercantile Library Association and served as the publishing location for Edgar Allan Poe's The Broadway Journal. To kick off a romantic evening, head to the Bar Room and enjoy cocktails beneath the hotel's most notable architectural feature: a soaring nine-story atrium.

The Whitby Hotel

The Whitby, designed by the renowned interior decorator Kit Kemp, exudes a charming British retreat vibe in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Begin your mornings with coffee on your personal terrace, complete with floor-to-ceiling windows and a balcony showcasing breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline. In the evenings, indulge in a relaxing soak while watching a movie. During the day, savor the delectable afternoon tea in the Orangery or enjoy live jazz and Negronis on Friday nights at the bar. For a romantic adventure outside the hotel, high-end jewelry stores such as Harry Winston, Cartier, and Tiffany are just a short stroll away.

Glenmere Mansion

Can you enjoy a Tuscan villa getaway without traveling outside the Tri-state area? Absolutely! Glenmere Mansion, a Relais & Chateaux establishment in Chester, New York, located just an hour north of the city, offers precisely that. The hotel features 150 acres of lush farmland, stunning gardens, exceptional cuisine, and wine. This former Gilded Age country home converted into an 18-room hotel will instantly transport you to the Italian countryside.

The Lowell

It's often considered clichéd to refer to a hotel as a "home away from home." However, this expression holds true for the Lowell, an exquisite property situated on a tranquil Upper East Side block. The sublime penthouse suite, featuring three terraces, a wood-burning fireplace, and de Gournay wallpaper, takes this notion to another level.

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March 7, 2023
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