Are you looking for a nice hotel in Gramercy for your next New York vacation? But which one is the most beautiful hotel to stay in? My advice: check out our list of the best hotels in Gramercy! Over the years, we have tried and tested countless hotels in New York City. So just check out our list to see where you should stay in Gramercy. I am sure you’ll find what you’re searching for!
These are the best hotels in Gramercy
In our best list you can quickly and easily compare the most beautiful hotels in Gramercy, New York. You can also see at a glance if it’s a boutique hotel or design hotel – if you want to see more information and current prices, just click on the button “to the website”. Further down, you will find the most beautiful accommodations in Gramercy on a map.
The Marcel at GramercyHotels & Accommodations in Gramercy
4 stars | The Marcel is one of the best and most popular hotels in Gramercy Park of New York. The rooms are super-beautiful and stylishly decorated and it almost feels like a boutique hotel. A special highlight is the small but nice roof terrace, from which you can even see the Empire State Building.
The location in Gramercy NYC is ideal for those who are looking for a central but quiet hotel. Important attractions are within walking distance, Union Square and Madison Square Park with the Flatiron Building are just 3 blocks away.
W New York - Union SquareHotels & Accommodations in Gramercy
5 Stars | For me, the W Hotel on Union Square is one of the best hotels in the city, because it combines a relaxed atmosphere, cool design and a sensational location. You really can’t go wrong with this one!
Things to do in Gramercy
The legendary and iconic Flatiron Building is at Washington Square Park, so will be right around the corner of your hotel. You will also be within easy walking distance of the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, the new One Vanderbilt observation deck and Times Square. It’s simply a really great area of the city to pick your hotel in!
Hotels close to Gramercy
Gramercy is enclosed by the Flatiron District and Chelsea (to the west), the East Village and Alphabet City neighborhoods (to the east). In the south, the West Village and NoHo form the border and in the north is Murray Hill. Intrigued? Here are the best hotels in those areas: