NYC has the most top-ranked hotels in the U.S.

It also has two of the most pet-friendly hotels

TRD New York /
Jan.January 31, 2016 04:00 PM

New York may be in the midst of a hotel construction boom, but the supply it already has is the best in the country, according to a new report.

New York is home to the most top-rated hotels in the country, according to U.S. News & World Report. It also has two of the top pet-friendly places to stay.

The 210-room Park Hyatt New York in the One57 building topped the list of best hotels in NYC. The rooms are “outfitted with natural stone floors, minibars and Nespresso coffeemakers as well as dual-sink bathrooms with separate soaking tubs and rainfall showers,” according to the report cited by the New York Daily News.

The two top hotels for pet lovers in the city were The Greenwich, which ranked third in New York overall, and the Mark, No. 16 on the New York list.

“A great hotel can make your vacation, but travelers don’t have to waste time searching for the perfect accommodations,” said Erin Shields, travel editor for U.S. News. “The hotels on our list are adored by both travelers and expert reviewers for their high-quality amenities, comfortable rooms and exceptional services.” [NYDN]Christopher Cameron

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