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The Surrey New York

The Surrey New York

More Great Upper East Side NYC Hotels

Looking for more Upper East Side hotel options? No problem! Take a look at these good Upper East Side hotels:

  • Franklin Hotel NYC: Located just three blocks from Central Park and Museum Mile, The Franklin Hotel features a library, a business center, and a quaint, old-fashioned lobby area where, in the evenings, wine and cheese are served. As a guest of the Franklin Hotel NY, you'll enjoy a complimentary European-style buffet breakfast with fresh fruit, cold cereals, croissants, orange juice, and yogurt. An espresso machine is available 24 hours a day.
  • The Surrey NYC: One of the best Upper East Side hotels, The Surrey NYC boasts luxury accommodations, an acclaimed on-site restaurant, an internationally renowned spa, and a private rooftop garden with breathtaking views of Central Park and the bustling Upper East Side. This trendy, 4.5-star NYC hotel is one of only a few Upper East Side hotels to welcome pets; in fact, guests of The Surrey will have the chance to request Stella & Chewy's all natural, gourmet dog treats and dinners, Lauren Rottet-designed pet beds with Duxiana mattresses, and Pratesi pet robes.
Broadway Plaza Hotel NYC

Broadway Plaza Hotel NYC

Charming Upper East Side Hotels

What draws people to Upper East Side hotels? Their rich history and enduring charm! The hotels on the Upper East Side are among the oldest hotels in New York City, and while many of these NY hotels have been renovated in recent years, all continue to retain their allure.

The Plaza Hotel, for example, was first built in 1907 on the west side of Grand Army Plaza. When the hotel first opened, rooms cost as little as $2.50 a night (the equivalent of $59 today). Today, The Plaza is one of the most famous hotels in NYC. It has been a National Historic Landmark since 1978, and is one of only two hotels (the Waldorf Astoria is the other) to be designated as such. The Plaza's reputation is such that Ernest Hemingway once advised F. Scott Fitzgerald to give his liver to Princeton and his heart to The Plaza.