The best new hotels to book in 2021 in New York City

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Where to stay in New York City in 2021: The Best New Hotels

Here are the best places to stay in New York now that UK tourists can visit the city, from a robot T Rex concierge to hip Brooklyn art to Central Park views.

The United States reopened this week after a nearly 20-month ban on British visitors, with holidaymakers rushing to book trips to New York City.

According to Skyscanner, the Big Apple is currently the most popular US destination for British tourists, beating out perennial favorites such as Orlando and Los Angeles.

And in the 400 days or so that Britons have been gone, the city that never sleeps has been hard at work on some spectacular new hotels.

Hoteliers have been using downtime while the crowds are away to refurb old favorites and launch entire new resorts, from the lobby with a robot T Rex concierge to the first hotel on Roosevelt Island.

If you want to get away, now is the time to book, with room rates already approaching 2019 levels and Hilton reporting a 63 percent increase in digital reservations since the news of US border reopening broke.

With our top eight new places to stay in NYC, you’ll be able to beat the competition to the best of the Big Apple.

The Henn na hotel, which translates to “Strange hotel,” is bringing the most bizarre aspects of the Japanese original to Midtown.

This minimalist pad will appeal to families and techies alike, with a T Rex animatronic concierge on the check-in desk and wardrobes that can steam and clean your clothes.

Hennnahotelny.com has doubles starting at (dollar)135 (£100).

Motto, Hilton’s lifestyle hotel brand that focuses on local flavors and experiences, has opened a new location in Chelsea.

The 42-story building is only two blocks from Madison Square Park and the Flatiron Building, and a mile from The High Line.

For families or young couples, this is an excellent mid-range option.

At hilton.com, doubles start at (dollar)129 (£95).

The Pendry is a brand-new hotel in Manhattan West, adjacent to the Hudson Yards development, with understated southern California design – think straight lines, light wood, and no flashy furniture.

The hotel’s striking architecture features a rippling wave glass façade, while the interior is contemporary-cool with open fireplaces and meticulous attention to atmospheric lighting.

There’s a rooftop bar and a Peloton gym (which you can request in your room).

UK news summary from Infosurhoy

Where to stay in New York City in 2021: The Best New Hotels

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Where to stay in New York City: The best new hotels to book in 2021

Guests must first pass the T-Rex in the lobby if they want to reach their rooms at the Henn na HotelMotto by Hilton in Chelsea offers stylish contemporary rooms in a great location for seeing the classic Manhattan sightsLighting is elevated to an art form at Pendry Manhattan WestGuests can get literary in the library lobby at Graduate hotel (Photo: Meghan Storey)An artist’s impression of the new Margaritaville resort in Times Square show a tropical vibeRooms and suites at the Park Lane New York are decorated with nature-themed muralsThe leafy lobby of the latest Arlo hotelArtworks at Ace Hotel Brooklyn add a pop of colour to the rooms’ muted palette

Where to stay in New York City: The best new hotels to book in 2021

Guests must first pass the T-Rex in the lobby if they want to reach their rooms at the Henn na HotelMotto by Hilton in Chelsea offers stylish contemporary rooms in a great location for seeing the classic Manhattan sightsLighting is elevated to an art form at Pendry Manhattan WestGuests can get literary in the library lobby at Graduate hotel (Photo: Meghan Storey)An artist’s impression of the new Margaritaville resort in Times Square show a tropical vibeRooms and suites at the Park Lane New York are decorated with nature-themed muralsThe leafy lobby of the latest Arlo hotelArtworks at Ace Hotel Brooklyn add a pop of colour to the rooms’ muted palette

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