Don’t stress about leaving your warm cozy hotel bed; check out these hotels all over New York with the best breakfast around!
1. Greenwich Hotel: 377 Greenwich Street New York (from $575 a night)
Each of the 88 individually designed rooms feature floor-to-ceiling French doors opening to the flower-filled courtyard, aged wood across the floors, and richly supplied tiled Carrara marble or Moroccan tiled bathrooms. And guess whatâ€¦ Wi-Fi is complimentary! Enjoy your breakfast in the beautiful Courtyard.
2. Conrad New York: 102 North End Avenue New York (from $279 a night)
The go-to place for business travelers, it offers on-site dining and a fitness center. The property treasures over 2,000 pieces of art, and its spacious suites feature 2 flat-screen cable TVs and an iPod docking station. A lot of breakfast options will make you wonder what dinner could be like…
3. Crosby Street Hotel: 79 Crosby Street New York (from $555 a night)
This hotel also presents their guests with afternoon tea with scones to give an English Garden feel to their lobby. One-of-a-kind rooms will want you to get your breakfast delivered up to you in bed. Breakfast available outside, weather permitting, or in a private room downstairs.
4. The Mark: 25 East 77th Street New York (from $575 a night)
French designer Jacques Grange left his imprint with his bold geometric shapes and rich, playful zebra-striped marble floor in the lobby. Airy rooms are set with coffered ceilings, Italian linens and custom-made furnishings. Best food and room service you could ask for.
5. The Mercer: 147 Mercer Street New York (from $650 a night)
Located in the heart of SoHo, this hotel has 75 rooms that give a chic loft life in a century-old warehouse. Every room has giant oval shaped windows to get that view youâ€™ve been dying to see. Thickest french toast in the city!
6. The Surrey: 20 East 76th Street New York (from $495 a night)
Here, itâ€™s all about luxury. You feel the cool vibes from the walls decorated by name-brand contemporary artists like Chuck Close. In addition, the roomy â€˜salonsâ€™ (guest rooms) are equipped with Duxiana beds decked out in Egyptian-cotton linen. Order your breakfast to be delivered to your room or head downstairs to the restaurant.
7. The Knickerbocker: 6 Times Square New York (from $196 a night)
This hotel features on-site dining at Charlie Palmer at The Knick. Cocktails are served on the rooftop at St. Cloud, and guests can also grab a coffee at Jakeâ€™s at The Knick. Many rooms have views of the city and the suite bathroom comes with slippers, free toiletries and a hairdryer.
8. The Chatwal Hotel: 130 West 44th Street New York (from $436 a night)
Only a 3 minute walk from Times Square and a 17 minute walk from Central Park, you might not want to spend too much time in your room. But if you do, rooms have 400 thread count linens, DVD and stereos available upon request and there is an in-house restaurant called The Lambs Club. It has gotten amazing reviews on the service for meals all throughout the day
9. No Mo So Ho: 9 Crosby Street New York (from $270 a night)
This hotel is inspired by the Jean Cocteau Film, “La Belle et la BÃªte” and offers a bar and modern guest rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows. Marble floor bathrooms and plasma screen TVs will make you want to take advantage of the in-room spa services.
10. The Pierre A Taj Hotel: Two East 61st Street at 5th Avenue New York (from $421 a night)
A historic hotel moments away from luxury 5th avenue shopping. Rooms are designed with light colors and state of the art amenities anyone could want when staying in New York. It also features two salons, Dominique and Reneâ€™s, for all your hair needs. The restaurant Sirio is perfect for breakfast or even a midday snack.
11. The Peninsula New York: 700 Fifth Avenue at 55th Street New York (from $595 a night)
The beautiful Peninsula has a rooftop terrace, luxury spa and indoor pool. Most rooms overlook Downtown Manhattan and have a fully stocked mini bar as well as mood lighting and decorated in neutral colors. Order a mimosa with your breakfast!
Image: Via The Knickerbocker Hotel