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Accessible NYC Hotels near Michelin-Starred Restaurants
The Big Apple is a treasure trove of rich and diverse world cuisines. In addition to having emblematic monuments and skyscrapers, New York is a gateway to cultures, a paradise for those who want to delight their palates with different cuisines.
Here we present a selection of accessible hotels near restaurants with a Michelin star. Fill your trip with flavor and live an exclusive experience in the most distinguished places in the city. Bon appétit!
11 Howard St, New York, NY 10013, United States
The 11 Howard accessible hotel is said to be a place where “guests can write their own stories.” Located in the heart of SoHo, the property is home to a Michelin-starred restaurant where lasting memories are sure to be made.
Led by renowned chef Daniel Rose and powerhouse restaurateur Stephen Starr, Le Coucou offers an exceptional take on traditional French cuisine. Classic and refined dishes such as quenelles or sautéed sweetbreads stand out on the menu. An example that good food is always capable of crossing continents and conquering new diners.
Quenelle de brochet
Photo: Nick Solares/Eater NY
Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC
18 9th Ave, New York, NY 10014, United States
The Gansevoort Meatpacking NYC is located in the Greenwich Village area, which offers several accessible Michelin-starred restaurants.
If you’d rather try a menu that seems to tell American history through an Italian lens, you should put Don Angie on your list of must-visit restaurants.
Photo: Kyle Park/Kosaka
The Hotel At Times Square
59 W 46th St, New York, NY 10036, United States
The Hotel at Times Square is an excellent choice for an accessible vacation in New York. It is located in Midtown Manhattan, close to Broadway theaters, Rockefeller Center, Bryant Park and… Le Bernardin.
The three Michelin star restaurant is located less than 1 kilometer from the hotel. It is specialized in fish and shellfish. For years it has kept its popularity intact thanks to the work of Maguy Le Coze, Eric Ripert and his team. As described in the Michelin Guide: “When the definitive history of the New York City dining scene is written, Le Bernardin will have a chapter all to itself.”
Photo: Le Bernardin/Twitter
Park Central Hotel New York
870 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019, United States
Park Central New York was built during the 1920s in midtown Manhattan. It has hosted influential figures such as First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and comedian Jackie Gleason. Its elegant accessible rooms are equipped with all the amenities needed to feel comfortable away from home.
Masa is just 600 meters away; it is distinguished with three Michelin stars and considered one of the best sushi restaurants in America. Chef Masa Takayama’s selection is second to none, and food is treated with the utmost respect so guests can taste the purest flavors.
Homewood Suites by Hilton New York/Midtown Manhattan Times Square-South, NY
312 W 37th St, New York, NY 10018, United States
The Homewood Suites New York/Midtown Manhattan Times Square is located in Midtown Manhattan, within walking distance of famous restaurants such as Chef’s Table at Brooklyn Fare. The three-star Michelin restaurant offers a tasting menu where fish and shellfish predominate. The team stands out for its meticulousness and outstanding service. Likewise, the dishes change every season so the flavors of the ingredients are fully appreciated.
Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare
The Redbury New York
29 E 29th St, New York, NY 10016, United States
The Redbury New York, located in the heart of Manhattan, is the ideal accommodation to discover the city’s attractions and enjoy haute cuisine. The hotel itself features the award-winning Marta restaurant, which draws inspiration from the rustic cuisine of Rome.
In addition, Eleven Madison Park (three Michelin stars) is less than 500 meters away. The accessible restaurant serves contemporary, creative and innovative cuisine that is worth tasting.
Eleven Madison Park
Photo: Evan Sung/Eleven Madison Park
Radisson Hotel New York Midtown-Fifth Avenue
25 W 51st St, New York, NY 10019, United States
The Radisson Midtown-Fifth Avenue houses spacious rooms and accessible suites where you can rest comfortably in Midtown Manhattan. After a well-deserved rest, you can enjoy the exquisite food at the Aquavit.
The accessible restaurant specializes in Nordic cuisine and is located near the hotel and has two Michelin stars. Swedish elegance is on display throughout the facility and in every dish. With chef Emma Bengtsson at the helm, the team will provide you with an unbeatable experience.
The Manhattan Club
200 W 56th St, New York, NY 10019, United States
New York Hilton Midtown
1335 6th Ave, New York, NY 10019, United States
The iconic New York Hilton Midtown is one of the largest hotels in the city. US presidents John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Donald Trump, among other world-famous figures, have stayed here.
The accessible rooms and accessible suites of this hotel are located just over 300 meters from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) and The Modern, a contemporary American restaurant with two Michelin stars. Art and gastronomy come together at a short distance from the establishment.
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