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New York City's best new hotels

VICEROY NEW YORK • The 29-story, 240 room Viceroy New York—opened in October—is a fancy uptown address with a low-key, downtown vibe. There are plenty of stunning city and park views with industrial-chic flourishes à la warm brown leathers and marble herringbone floors. The timeless lobby displays a colorful mural by artist Thomas Hart Benton. Rooms are stocked with Neil George bath products. Dock your iPod in a stellar sound system by Dr. Dre. -- Insider Tip: While waiting for the 29th floor roof bar to open, slip into Chef Marc Murphy's destination, Kingside for charcuterie and libations courtesy of Gerber Group (try the refreshing Spicy Paloma with Casamigos Blanco tequila). (Photo courtesy of Christian Horan)

New York City's best new hotels

February 3, 2014

By Kate Donnelly, Fodors.com

New York City’s hotel boom shows no sign of cooling off. This year, sophisticated New York hotels are showcasing subtle variations on stylish period details, primarily from the plush Art Deco-inspired 1920s. Hip design firms and well-known hoteliers opened spots where great artists and writers once slept. Slick and restored new buildings beckon with cool decor and high-end amenities, including custom "sleep experiences" and soaring rooftop bars. These 7 new hotels will transport you to a new, New York state of mind.

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