Views on Views
Nothing beats a room with a view. Whether you have a penchant for the iconic NYC skyline, or prefer to overlook sprawling greenery, there are hotel rooms for all eyes. We certainly think that there are few pleasures in life like large windows with sprawling views of New York City. Your next #sunsetsituations post depends on a killer view–and we know just where to find it.
The Mandarin Oriental
Sitting high above the New York City skyline, the Mandarin Oriental offers supreme views of Manhattan and Central Park. The hotel lobby lounge sits pretty on the 35th floor, so you know the views are off to a good start. The rooms are named after the vistas that they overlook, and there are options for viewing Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, the city skyline, and more.
The Standard High Line
It’s a lifestyle thing. The Standard High Line views are pure style on top of style. With 360-degree expanses visible from Le Bain, or stunning city and river vistas from the guest rooms, a Standard stay is a real change of scenery.
If it’s a view of the city that you’re looking for, then Ravel Hotel in Long Island City, Queens, is the one. Uncharted views of the 59th Street Bridge, the East River, and Manhattan in all its glory.
Further south in Soho is The James, a small hotel with copious amounts of style. Anyone in the mood for 360-degree views from a stunning rooftop pool? We thought so. Soak up the cityscapes while you lounge and relax, both day and night. You’re never going to want to leave.