Lynnette Joselly: 5 Nice Hotels to Stay In New York

5 Nice Hotels to Stay In New York

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Looking for a place to sleep in the city that never sleeps? Figuring out where to stay in New York can seem impossible. There's an endless amount of hotels in all the different boroughs. The vast majority of NYC visitors stay in Manhattan, but let me also add that parts of Brooklyn and Queens are also trendy and, in some cases, more affordable. Whether you're traveling for business or to relax, check out a few of my favorite trendy hotels in New York below.


Paper Factory Hotel | 37-06 36th Street, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101
I am originally from Astoria, Queens so this is normally my go-to place to stay when I visit family. You will fall in love right when you walk into the lobby area with the exposed brick walls and crystal chandeliers. There is a meeting room where you can simply kick back and play some games. I recommend staying in the Manhattan Loft suite for a one of a kind experience featuring a private kitchenette, an electric fireplace, and a tv lift cabinet. And if you are into fashion art, there are pieces by Oliver Gal throughout the hotel.


The Williamsburg Hotel | 396 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, 11249
Let me be completely honest, the main reason I stayed at this hotel was because of that gorgeous bathroom featuring teal marble and gold details. It did not disappoint at all. I stayed in one of the rooms with a private balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Empire State and Chrysler buildings. It was too cold to check out their rooftop pool but I was able to experience their Water Tower with sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline.


Boro Hotel | 38-28 27th Street, Long Island City, Queens, NY 11101
If you haven't caught on by now but most if not all the hotels I stay at are aesthetically pleasing to the eye (and instagram feed). The rooms are flooded with natural light through floor to ceiling windows and offering breathtaking views of the iconic New York City skyline. As far as their decor it is a very minimalist, clean and crisp design. The lobby cafe serves some delicious avocado toast while the rooftop bar features stunning views of Manhattan.


The William Vale | 111 North 12th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11249
Whether or not I stay in this hotel, if I am near the Williamsburg, Brooklyn area I always tend to visit the William Vale for it's amazing rooftop. The rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, open-air balconies, and stunning views of New York City. The goal is to one day stay in their Vale Garden penthouse. The hotel is in a great location and walking distance to a bowling alley, coffee shop, a reggae spot and more. But like I mentioned before the building itself has a lot to offer such as the rooftop pool and Westlight which is my favorite NYC rooftop happy hour!

Nomo Soho | 9 Crosby Street New York, New York 10013
This hotel has been on my list to stay at for a while now and I was finally able to experience it. I absolutely love their classic blue and white design. They have a variety of rooms to stay at: deluxe, suite, studio, or penthouse. The Nomo Soho hotel is in a great location, right on Canal Street and has a close walk to train. The NoMo Kitchen is pretty popular for it's creative cocktails and has a gorgeous archway entry to capture some #ootd photos.

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