20 Hotels in New York City to Consider for Your Elopement Stay
Heading to The Big Apple for your elopement this year? Check out our list of the top 20 hotels to stay at in New York City below. From luxury locations to historic hotels, you’ll find a spot that offers whatever vibe you’re looking for in the city.
The NoMad is as romantic as they come! With Parisian inspired elements throughout every inch of the hotel, this gem is complete with claw-foot tubs, antique rugs and mahogany desks. The bi-level library, cocktail bar, and restaurant, are equally romantic and offer incredible menus! You won’t want to miss the foie gras and truffle–stuffed roast chicken for two.
THE GREENWICH HOTEL
A warm welcome awaits you at The Greenwich Hotel. This secluded hotel is home to one of the best spas in the city and is owned by Robert DeNiro, so you know it’s gotta be good. There’s 88 guest rooms that are beautifully crafted – this one’s perfect for lovebirds seeking privacy and style.
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Few hotels can compare to The Plaza – just think about how many movies feature this iconic location! This hotel sits right on the corner of Central Park South and Fifth Avenue with 24-karat gold-plated faucets, French-style furnishings and crystal chandeliers.
GRAMERCY PARK HOTEL
The 1925 hotel was restored to its former glory in 2006, and Gramercy Park Hotel has since become a top location for stylish city couples. With its oversized fireplace and jewel-hued walls, the Rose Bar sets the scene for romantic evenings. But the real draw for guests is a key that gains you exclusive access to the private grounds of Gramercy Park, just steps away.
CROSBY STREET HOTEL
Couples looking for a place to declare their love should head to the Crosby Street Hotel. The 86 individual rooms, housed in an 11-story brownstone, are playful yet sophisticated. Though there’s a restaurant on the property, guests also love to grab breakfast croissants at Balthazar or a shop at Bloomingdales right around the corner.
After a $500 million renovation that turned the former office building into a 287-room hotel, The Beekman has become the Financial District’s latest hotspot. The Victorian atrium and skylight at the center of the hotel can be found all over Instagram. Augustine, the tiled French bistro on site, is also a great spot for guests to grab a bite during their stay.
THE HIGH LINE HOTEL
The 60-room boutique hotel fits perfectly into the hip Chelsea neighborhood with a marvelous collection of antiques, stained-glass windows and vintage-inspired decor. You can sip your coffee from Intelligentsia on one of the velvet settees in the lobby or in The High Line Hotel’s Parisian-inspired courtyard.
Rising above a former elevated train line that has become downtown’s favorite public park, The Standard is located in New York City’s Meatpacking District. Every one of the 338 rooms features a full wall of floor-to-ceiling windows with sweeping views of Manhattan and the mighty Hudson River. The hotel’s public spaces include a bustling German beer garden at ground level, the rooftop discothèque Le Bain and the legendary Top of The Standard.
MANDARIN ORIENTAL NEW YORK
The Mandarin Oriental Manhattan boasts breathtaking views and sublime style. Offering a bird’s eye view of the city, this luxury hotel sets the standard for the Five-Star difference. Enjoy a stunning setting and beautiful views of Manhattan, while staying at a hotel that’s loved by celebrities from around the world.
THE ST. REGIS NEW YORK
Since its founding over a century ago, The St. Regis New York has established itself as one of Manhattan’s most alluring luxury hotels. Every element of the 5-star hotel is carefully considered, from the richly decorated rooms and suites to the picture-perfect public spaces. We know you’ll enjoy the hotel amenities, including the St. Regis Butler Service and usage of a chauffeur-driven Bentley House Car to explore the city during your stay.
THE BOWERY HOTEL
The Bowery Hotel is oh-so-cool, old New York! With rooms equipped with rainfall showers, marble soaking tubs and private terraces, there’s something for everyone to love at this location. Enjoy in-room spa services, complimentary New York Times or New York Post in the morning, and laptops or iPads during your stay.
THE BRYANT PARK HOTEL
It’s a minimalist’s dream at The Bryant Park Hotel! Relax in loft like and spacious rooms featuring grand windows, 11-foot ceilings, supple leather seating, handmade Tibetan rugs and Italian oak furniture. Many rooms feature serene park views or the iconic cityscape, hardwood floors and marble bathrooms with deep soaking tubs.
As much a place to play as it is to stay! Dream Downtown offers everything today’s urban traveler seeks — 314 loft-style guest rooms and suites, luxurious amenities, unique event spaces and a friendly staff that knows the ins and outs of the city. Plus, all the dining and nightlife you could ask for, built right in.
THE KNICKERBOCKER HOTEL
It’s rumored the martini was invented at The Knickerbocker Hotel. While historic details like the hotel’s gorgeous Beaux-Arts facade are still intact, you can now find a soothing new luxury aesthetic throughout the hotel. This treasured spot invites visitors to enjoy one of its 330 luxe guestrooms and suites with incredible views.
MCCARREN HOTEL AND POOL
This Brooklyn spot is all kinds of fun! Think rain showers and waffle bars — the McCarren Hotel and Pool is a great spot for you and your loved ones to check out! In the warmer months, the saltwater pool is the place to be!
THE LUDLOW NEW YORK
For all of you cool couples, check in at The Ludlow in the Lower East Side! Many of the rooms have personal terraces and all of them have downtown views that are best appreciated soaking in one of their window-side bathtubs. P.S. Don’t skip a meal at their restaurant, The Dirty French, before checking out.
THE NEW YORK EDITION
The New York EDITION hotel is a treat for each of the senses — especially since its intoxicating scent comes from Le Labo. It’s the perfect spot for a romantic vacation (or staycation!). Take your time to enjoy the rainforest showers before grabbing drinks at The Clocktower on the second floor.
Gansevoort Meatpacking is an iconic hotel that has called New York City home for more than 15 years. The 186-room hotel features a full service ground-floor restaurant, year-round rooftop bar and restaurant, a 45-foot heated outdoor pool, and indoor and outdoor space where guests can enjoy unobstructed, 360-degree views of the Manhattan skyline.
LOEWS REGENCY NEW YORK
Situated boldly on New York’s Park Avenue, Loews Regency New York is a destination luxury hotel conveniently located on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Take advantage of one of their 379 spacious guest rooms (including 58 spectacular suites), the Regency Bar and Grille, and salon and spa.
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