The hotels in New York are an attraction in themselves. From the Plaza to the Waldorf and New Yorker, each has its own stories to tell. Whether you seek luxury, charm or even affordability, there’s a hotel pick that will help make your visit to Americana Week more fulfilling and enjoyable.


Hotels Near the Park Avenue Armory/Winter Antiques Show

Hotel Plaza Athenee Top Luxury Pick 37 East 64th Street One of the most well-respected hotels in the world, New York City’s Hôtel Plaza Athénée provides European grandeur with the intimacy of a boutique hotel.

The Lowell Hotel 28 East 63rd Street. The Lowell is in the heart of New York’s most exclusive and fashionable Upper East Side.

1871 House 130 East 62nd Street. Historic Hotel Pick This botique hotel is located in a landmarked circa 1871 five-story townhouse built in the architectural style of the much-loved New York City row house, or “brownstone.” Designed in the simplified “Italianate” style, the house’s architecture features tall pedimented windows and an elaborate cornice.

Four Seasons Hotel Top Luxury Pick New York 57 East 57th Street.Tthe I.M. Pei-designed Four Seasons features stunning views and gracious style – a remarkable luxury experience, even by New York standards.

Hotels Near Antiques at the Armory

Murray Hill Inn, 143 East 30th Street (Budget Hotel Pick)

Gershwin Hotel, 7 East 27th Street. Inside, the lobby boasts original artwork from Andy Warhol and Roy Liechtenstein, and even a luncheonette-sized Campbell’s Soup can signed by Warhol himself.

Latham Hotel New York, 4 East 28th St (Budget Hotel Pick)

Other Hotels

Dream Hotel, 210 W 55th St Dream New York is a five-star boutique hotel, offering a decadent escape from the ordinary. Situated in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the property is housed in a landmark 1895 Beaux-Arts building, providing the best getaway in New York City.

New Yorker Hotel, 481 8th Avenue designed in the Art Deco style, the New Yorker was built in 1929 and opened in 1930. The New Yorker was a favorite among musicians in the Big Band-era and inventor Nikola Tesla spent the last ten years of his life in near-seclusion in Suite 3327.

The New York Palace Hotel, 455 Madison Avenue. Historic Luxury Pick The New York Palace blends the historic landmark Villard Mansion with a modern 55-story tower. What was once The Villard Mansion carriage entrance on Madison Avenue is now the New York Palace’s famed Courtyard.