Ooo-La-La! These Romantic New York City Hotels Will Get Your Blood Pumping

Whether you're a newly formed couple or a long-married party of two, a sexy stay at romantic hotel can change everything. This is not the time to take a gamble. No, when you're looking to turn the heat up in your relationship, you want a spot that's tried-and-true, oozing with sex appeal at every turn. These ten hotels are proven to offer that special dash of charm that you're looking for in a romantic getaway. 

From floor-to-ceiling silk and velvet drapery at the Soho Grand Hotel to access to a private enclave and a cozy fireplace bar at the Gramercy Park Hotel, these hotels have a firm grip on exactly what it takes to make your heart swoon. 

Prefer cocktails, cuisine and culture? A spot like The NoMad Hotel is the smooth talking third party to get your stay kicked into googly-eyed overdrive. 

Below, we introduce you to the setting of your next romantic escapade with this list of ten of New York City's most romantic hotels. 




Brooklyn is America's little darling of the moment, so this hotel's phenomenal location is enough to keep romantics running back for more. That said, it's not just the zip code that will make your heart go pitter-patter. Originally constructed...  Read More

Gramercy Park Hotel
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The Gramercy Park Hotel is a haven of romance right in the middle of the city. Modeled after the Renaissance period of the 1920s, the hotel is decorated with world-class art (Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat), deep velvet drapes and throws, and...  Read More



Located in Columbus Circle, Mandarin Oriental is the place to stay if you're looking to be primped and pampered. As the only Forbes Five-Star spa in the city, the hotel offers lovers the chance to relax with one of their signature massages or...  Read More



The romance starts before you even open the door at the Nomo Soho, as the outside entryway beckons lovers to come for a stay. Ivy crawls up the iron-clad entranceway, and guests enter through an overhead forest of greenery set amongst...  Read More

Soho Grand Hotel
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One of downtown's original luxury hotels, the Soho Grand Hotel can still compete with any of the neighborhood's newcomers. The New York Times says that the Soho Grand feels like home, and we'd tend to agree. That is, if your home was bathed in...  Read More



When your idea of romance is old New York, there's nowhere better than the luxurious St. Regis in New York on 5th Avenue in Manhattan. From enormous floral arrangements in the lobby to your own private butler, there is no detail too small for...  Read More

Crosby Street Hotel
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A hip, downtown take on a luxury hotel, Crosby Street Hotel has been attracting the cool kids since it opened in SoHo in 2009. Since then, the neighborhood has exploded, but the hotel has retained its cool factor while still managing to provide...  Read More

Flatiron District
The NoMad Hotel
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Designed as a modern take on a Parisian flat (the city of love!), The NoMad Hotel calls a fully restored Beaux-Arts building home. Though New Yorkers and visitors flock to the restaurant and the hotel's library bar, the rooms are masterpieces in...  Read More



Some say if you go home with someone and they don't have a bookshelf, you should leave immediately. If we're going off that rule, The Library Hotel is the most romantic spot in the city. Each of the floors honors one of the 10 categories of the...  Read More



An Instagram-worthy spot, The Bowery Hotel oozes charm a la the Olsen twins at fashion week. In fact, if you stick around long enough, you may even rub shoulders with the formidable duo in the lobby of this beautiful hotel. Floor-to-ceiling...  Read More


Meet Andrea Wien

Andrea Wien was bitten by the travel bug from an early age, and has lived in New York, Seattle, Cleveland and Sydney, Australia since 2007.

When she's not traveling or planning a trip, you'll...  More About Andrea