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The Lowell

The Lowell

28 East 63rd Street, New York
5.0 out of 5.0
4.6 out of 5 (25 reviews)
Great boutique hotel option. Friendly staff, terrific location, and beautiful rooms. Couldn't ask for more. Highly recommend. - 


NoMo SoHo

NoMo SoHo

9 Crosby Street, New York
4.5 out of 5.0
4.2 out of 5 (492 reviews)
Perfect location for shopping and entertainment. The room was small and not much of a view but the staff was very friendly. The room was clean. It w … - 



Anyone who’s been to New York will tell you that the hardest thing about having a holiday there is deciding how to spend your time. With five hugely different boroughs and countless neighbourhoods, numerous restaurants and bars ranging from cheap to expensive, and endless sightseeing attractions such as the Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge to visit, you’ll find it almost impossible to fit everything into just one trip.

The good news is, quality hotels can be found in every corner of New York, and if you have a bigger budget, you can escape the noise, hustle and bustle of the city and spend your holiday in truly luxurious surroundings. To start planning your trip, browse your accommodation options in New York using Expedia’s handy search tool.

Book a Room with Preferred Hotels

Preferred is a chain that owns and manages luxury hotels and resorts around the world, with several locations in New York, including the bustling downtown neighbourhood of SoHo. Preferred Hotels offers sophisticated, modern and competitively-priced accommodation. If you want opulence and convenience, the SoHo location provides easy access to attractions such as the New Museum, the East Village, New York University and Washington Square Park.