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Hotel Plaza Athenee
Manhattan's Upper East Side used to be called ‘the Silk Stocking District’ because of its well-heeled residents, and today it remains one of the most affluent and discreet neighbourhoods in New York as well as being perhaps the most expensive real estate in the entire United States. With 5th Avenue and Central Park on the doorstep, guests who stay at the the Plaza Athenee Hotel are in the heart of quintessential old-world New York. A few steps away you will find an array of the city's most famous institutions, from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and Whitney Museum to The Guggenheim, The Colony Club to the Carnegie Mansion, and our favourite oasis in the district, the Hotel Plaza Athenee is in perfect keeping with such august company—old-world luxury tucked away in a discreet tree-lined side street between a row of elegant townhouses just a block away from Central Park. Old-world luxury it may be, but there is one factor which defines a stay at the Plaza Athenee: the service is as good as it gets. For more than two decades the hotel has ensured that the emphasis on providing personalised and attentive service remains stubbornly undiminished. It is no surprise that the number of returning guests is sky-high—this is a way of life that makes a guest feel more than a little bit special, and our Members enjoy this, one of the world's great hotels, at an advantageous rate . . . more

Royalton New York
Manhattan's midtown has long been labelled the engine-room of New York. After all, this is where the heart of the business district meets Broadway, clearly a marriage made in heaven. In midtown you are never far from an iconic skyscraper such as the Empire State or the Chrysler Building and a great show off Times Square.

When the Royalton Hotel opened in 1988, designed by the legendary Phillipe Starke as New York's first boutique hotel, it was dubbed 'the hippest hotel in Manhattan' and effectively began the boutique movement in the Big Apple. Its larger-than-life lobby forged its reputation as a meeting-place in which to see and be seen, arguably initiating the art of lobby socialising, a trend that exists today, albeit in a more understated way since its multi-million-dollar refit. The legendary lobby still stands proud but now has more of a members' club feel, with a floor-to-ceiling bronze fireplace, hand-upholstered leather walls and dark wood surrounds.. . . . more

XV Beacon
US President John F Kennedy always thought of Boston as his hometown. This is the city that propelled him to greatness and it was here, in historic Beacon Hill, the well-heeled address of prominent Bostonian families, that the six-year-old made his first political speech, standing on a table at his grandfather’s birthday party.

This year marks the centenary of the birth of JFK, and his hometown is celebrating with a flurry of special events and new exhibitions. So this is a great time to go to Boston—and to stay at what Condé Nast Traveler readers consider to be one of the best hotels in the world as well as the number one hotel in Boston—the superb Beacon Hill hotel XV Beacon (sometimes called Fifteen Beacon), which this year celebrates its own 10th anniversary. . . more

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