Cosmopolitan Tribeca Hotel
Cosmopolitan Tribeca fun fact: The Cosmopolitan Tribeca is the longest running hotel in New York City and has been operating since 1845.
Cosmopolitan Tribeca key point: Tribeca history meets downtown allure.
Chandler New York Hotel
Chandler fun fact: Hotel Chandler was built in 1905 as Le Marquis by architects Buchman & Fox. Its most famous resident was Leona Helmsley.
Chandler key point: Newly renovated luxury property with expert concierge and complimentary Wi-Fi.
Iroquois New York Hotel
Iroquois fun fact: 1987, Jan Wallman, Restaurant-Cabaret opened in The Iroquois with performances from Woody Allen, Joan Rivers and Rodney Dangerfield.
Iroquois key point: A luxury midtown Manhattan hotel experience.
Washington Jefferson Hotel
WJ fun fact: Roy Rogers, one of American’s most iconic singers and cowboy actors, was a guest of the WJ Hotel during the times when the third Madison Square Garden, from 1925 to 1966, was located just next door, on 8th Avenue, between 49 & 50th streets.
WJ key point: The Washington Jefferson Hotel beckons with 135 stylish yet very functional rooms, and junior suites, warm staff, and an extensive list of amenities.
Belleclaire fun fact: In 1920, as a publicity stunt for the upcoming movie "Tarzan," T. R. Zann checked into a first-floor suite at the Hotel Belleclaire. Employees were instructed to deliver his packing crate from the street. Purported to contain a piano, it actually contained a full-grown lion named Jim.
Bellelcaire key point: A classic choice among boutique hotels on New York’s upper west side.