New Hotels in Manhattan


New hotels in Manhattan give you access to crisp sheets, new linens, towels, restaurants, rooftops and more before anyone else gets to them. While you may have to deal with some grand opening kinks, you’ll often get amazing rates at the newest Manhattan hotels before the full buzz is out there for everyone to discover. Think of it like seeing an Off Broadway show before it gets moved to Broadway (don’t you wish you had seen Hamilton when tickets were less than $50??). Now is your chance to stay in a new New York City hotel.

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Pod Hotel Times Square

Crowne Plaza HY36 Hotel NYC

Launched in January 2018, this is Pod’s fourth hotel in NYC and the other three are considered some of the best value (and inexpensive) hotels in Manhattan, so we expect this one to be no different. Reviewers say the hotel is "chic, very nice and super efficient" with "very comfy beds," including some rooms with bunk beds.

Sister Hotels: Pod 39 Hotel, Pod 51 Hotel, Pod Hotel Williamsburg Brooklyn

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Crowne Plaza HY36 Midtown Manhattan

Crowne Plaza HY36 Hotel NYC

Just opened in 2018, the Crowne Plaza HY36 with Four Star, 251 rooms, is right next to Penn Station, Macy’s and other Herald Square shopping. Guests are raving about the bedding, showers, fast wi-fi, guests services, fitness center with Peloton bikes and more.

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Freehand Hotel Flatiron

Freehand Hotel Flatiron NYC

Freehand Hotel, opened December 2017, offers 358 rooms ranging from suites to bunk beds, starting at $199, including one room type specifically geared toward three people. Dining includes the ground-floor restaurant, Simon & the Whale, and the rooftop cocktail bar, Broken Shaker. Reviewers say, “Cool vibes that felt almost mediterranean and nautical.” and “As a very frequent traveler, I would 100% recommend this hotel.”

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Moxy Hotel Times Square

Moxy Hotel Times Square

Moxy (by Marriott), new in late 2017, offers 612 bedrooms designed with adaptable furniture. They have a variety of room types, flexible furniture, bunk beds, oversized walk-in showers, furiously fast and free Wi-Fi and personal screencasting–Netflix, Hulu, Pandora and more! Moxy has five dining choices: seafood brasserie, an egg-centric all-day breakfast spot, a communal lobby bar, grab and go market and NYC’s largest rooftop lounge featuring an “urban amusement park” concept and epic skyline views.

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MADE Hotel


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  • 29th & Broadway (Near Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, short walk to the Highline)

MADE Hotel – new in 2017, MADE describes themselves as a "boutique hotel with a global soul". Rooms with Frette linens and towels, floor to ceiling windows mostly with great views, and all the little luxuries you may want during your stay away from home. MADE offers some amazing new spaces including the new communal coffee shop ‘Paper’, the intimate lobby bar and the newest rooftop bar, "Good Behavior," along with a second floor patio open only to hotel guests.

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Hotel 50 Bowery

Hotel 50 Bowery Chinatown NYC

50 Bowery – new in 2017. This 229-room boutique hotel offers incredible views of the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building and the World Trade Center from many of their rooms, as well as for all guests from their 21st floor Rooftop, The Crown. Situated right in the heart of Chinatown, Little Italy and the Lower East Side, 50 Bowery puts you within 5-10 minutes of at least 400 restaurants (I’m underestimating) from every ethnicity and for every price range you can imagine. Within the hotel, you’ll find luxury linens, flat screen TVs, complimentary WiFi and most pets are welcomed!

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Hotel Hayden Chelsea

Hotel Hayden Chelsea NYC

With one of our favorite New York City Hotel Rooftops, the Hotel Hayden is a buzz-worthy boutique for trend-setters, stylists and sophisticates. At the intersection of the Fashion District, Flower District and the eternally trendy Meatpacking District, it’s a modern boutique gem just steps from world-famous local landmarks. Formerly the Hotel Indigo Chelsea, the new hotel welcomes arriving guests with 122 stylish guest rooms and suites, crave-worthy Greek cuisine at Mykonos Blue.

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Public Hotel – Lower East Side

Public Hotel Lower East Side

Opened in June 2017, Public offers 367 rooms designed by award winning architects Herzog & DeMeuron and a space with floor to ceiling windows and jaw-dropping views of the city skyline. It has opened to rave reviews of the rooms, comfortable beds, the overall smart and sophisticated vibe, rooftop bar and service. It is an Ian Schrager hotel boasting "luxury for all" – meaning a luxury hotel at a "non-luxury" price point. Rooms start at just $150.

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The James New York NoMad

The James New York NoMad

Opened in June 2017, The James New York – NoMad (formerly the Carlton Hotel) is a 344-room luxury boutique hotel with complimentary WiFi, luxury amenities, and – rumor has it – a free wine happy hour. Soon to open, the hot restaurant, Scarpetta, relocating from the Meatpacking District.

Sister property: The James SoHo

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Hotels Coming Soon in Manhattan

  • Mr. C Seaport – 33 Peck Slip – A Leading Hotels of the World oasis from the fourth generation Cipriani family, Mr. C Seaport is an intimate escape within the bustling cobbled streets of Downtown’s historic South Street Seaport. Premiering Spring 2018. Financial District/Wall Street.
  • Artezen Hotel – opening Spring 2018. Financial District/Wall Street.
  • Sister City, Bowery – opening fall 2018. East Village.
  • Times Square EDITION – located at 701 Seventh Avenue on the corner of 47th Street, features 452 guest rooms. signature restaurant leading out onto a 5,800 sq. ft. beer garden and event deck overlooking Times Square, and an all-day dining venue also featuring terraces with views of Times Square. Opening 2018. TBD.
  • The new Radisson New York City – Manhattan Times Square will be located at 525 8th Avenue, between West 37th and West 38th streets. The hotel will have 320 guest rooms, a restaurant, and a fitness center. Anticipated opening is spring 2019.

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