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Fanciest Hotels to Stay at after Your NYC River Cruise

by TopView Sightseeing - November 25, 2017

An NYC river cruise offers unmatched views of the New York City skyline and the Statue of Liberty. These cruises are a great way to spend an afternoon sightseeing, taking pictures, and learning about the city. After your cruise is over, you’ll want to head back to a swanky place to relax and get a good night’s rest. The Big Apple is packed with world-class hotels. Here are a few of the best to retreat to after your river cruise.

Four Seasons Hotel New York Downtown

Step off of your NYC river cruise and into a world of plush comfort. The Four Seasons brand is synonymous with luxury and class. You’ll find The Four Seasons New York Downtown in the trendy Tribeca neighborhood. This five-star hotel offers sleekly appointed rooms with top-notch amenities on 24 floors. Wolfgang Puck’s Manhattan restaurant the CUT calls the Four Seasons home. This upscale steakhouse offers a wide variety of options, from tender cuts of Wagyu beef to a selection of local catch seafood. Take a walk outside of your hotel, and you’ll find trendy shops, boutiques, and maybe even a celebrity or two.

Hotel on Rivington

The Hotel on Rivington sits in a towering glass high-rise on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. This luxury hotel property features plush guest rooms with plenty of space, something that’s a premium in NYC. The glass hotel offers amazing views from its suites. King rooms feature a spacious tiled shower with three showerheads – a perfect way to decompress after a long afternoon of sightseeing. Head down to the main floor and grab dinner at Café Medi. This Mediterranean-themed spot features savory dishes sure to satisfy. After dinner, head over to Jia Lounge to grab an expertly crafted cocktail.

The Ludlow

You’ll find the Ludlow on the Lower East Side. This classy hotel offers luxurious guest rooms with an artsy 1980s design inspiration. Grab a room with a terrace for breathtaking views of the One World Trade Center and the lower Manhattan skyline. The hotel’s restaurant, Dirty French, offers scrumptious dishes with a French flair. If you’re not in the mood to leave the room, dial down for 24-hour room service and treat yourself. Should you decide to get out and about, the Lower East Side is home to some of the best nightlife in all of the city, so finding a spot for a drink will be no issue.

 

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