Unusual Hotels in the U.S

New York City is home to a wide variety of interesting hotels.New York City is home to a wide variety of interesting hotels. (Photo: manhattan skyscrapers 3 image by michael luckett from Fotolia.com )

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With so much action and activity, New York City is a wonderful vacation destination. Next time you plan your trip to Manhattan, explore some of the more unusual and interesting hotel options that the city has to offer; the uniqueness of each of these hotels will add greatly to your overall NYC vacation experience.

Library Hotel

The Library Hotel is decorated in accordance with its name; the rooms on each floor are designed in correlation with a number in the Dewey Decimal System, which is used to catalog books in a library. Rooms are filled with art and books that are of relevance to the designated Dewey Decimal number for the floor; for example, floor 11 is the "Philosophy" floor, and so rooms are filled with the works of and about significant philosophers. In total, the hotel houses approximately 6, 000 books. In addition to its interesting theme, the Library Hotel provides guests with an impressive array of amenities including a complimentary continental breakfast, wine and cheese receptions in the evening, high-speed wireless Internet access, and complimentary passes to a nearby New York Sports Club.

Library Hotel
299 Madison Ave.
New York, NY 10017
(212) 983-4500
libraryhotel.com

Night

With its all black-and-white decor, Night offers visitors an escape from the bright lights and big color of nearby Times Square and the Broadway Theater District. Head to the hotel's Nightlife Restaurant & Lounge for a swanky cocktail or enjoy a full meal. Amenities include 24-hour concierge, same-day laundry, valet and personal shopper services, and a complimentary breakfast each morning.

Night
132 W 45th St.
New York, NY 10036
(212) 835-9600
nighthotelny.com

The Maritime Hotel

What sets The Maritime Hotel apart from other Manhattan boutique hotels is its ship-themed decor, complete with porthole windows. Each room is decorated to convey the feeling that you are vacationing on a lavish, luxury ship, and views of the Hudson only add to this feeling.

The Maritime Hotel

It's Interesting
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  • The Redmont Hotel and Residences is a 14 story (160 foot, 60 meter) tall, 114-room hotel, residence and conference center located on the corner of 5th Avenue North and 21st Street in Birmingham, Alabama, USA. The Redmont, named after Birmingham's Red Mountain is the oldest hotel in Birmingham still in use. It is currently owned by Bayshore...
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