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Best Sexy New York Hotels

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by Jessica Mousseau (subscribe)
Jessica Mousseau is a copywriter & copy editor from the United States. Her work can be viewed at:
Published June 5th 2011
New York City is known as the "City that Never Sleeps" for more than one reason. Part of that may be because of the sexual tension that can be as much a part of New York City as the traffic and skyscrapers are. If you're honeymooning or celebrating an anniversary in New York City, why not put some spice into your trip by staying at one of the New York City hotels that provides a sexy atmosphere. You'll have a lot of fun enjoying that delicious sense of naughtiness that these hotels provide.

The Bowery Hotel, 335 Bowery

The Bowery district has always evoked an air of mystery and maybe just a little "seediness" (but the good kind—you know, the kind that makes you feel like you're doing something just a little naughty), even though that really isn't the case with The Bowery Hotel. Instead, you'll feel like you've stepped back in time to New York's Gilded Age (right after the Civil War, leading up to the "Gay '90s", which was that century's "sexual revolution" era)

The hotel has all the modern amenities, but the bellhops clad in their red vests and black bowties, along with the Oriental rugs in the room will make you feel as though you've traveled back in time. So, roll your stockings down sexily at The Bowery Hotel and enjoy the mood.

Gramercy Park Hotel, 2 Lexington Avenue

If your idea of sexy is bold and sassy, then you've come to the right place when you stay at the Gramercy Park Hotel. Bright colors, trendy designs, and access to Gramercy Park all serve to make this one of the sexiest hotels in New York City. Take advantage of the private roof club and garden to set the mood, then slip away to your uniquely different room to finish the evening. You'll be glad you chose the Gramercy Park Hotel for your romantic getaway.

The Greenwich Hotel, 377 Greenwich Street

Robert De Niro himself is responsible for this hotel's very different features. This is definitely not your average hotel, because each room is different. Did we mention that there's only 88 of them? Again, not your average hotel.

You know that De Niro has his own style of sexiness, and it shows in the design and atmosphere of this luxury hotel. If you stay here for a romantic weekend, you're sure to feel it yourself. So, take advantage of those feelings.

Hotel Gansevoort, 18 Ninth Avenue

This hotel is located in the Meatpacking District. Just the name of the neighborhood makes you envision strong, sweaty men making their living cutting up and packaging meat for delivery to New York City immigrants that had come to America looking for a new beginning, then coming home in the evening to be met by their wives and children. The night, after the children had been tucked away, belonged to the husband and wife, who whispered their love for each other and their new home.

Now, of course, the district has changed, but the sweat and courage that were a part of the immigrants' characters can still be felt. If the walls of the old buildings that still remain could talk, they could tell quite a story. Why not add your (steamy) chapter to the pages of history?

Library Hotel, 299 Madison Avenue

Has your fantasy always been to approach the oh-so-beautiful but oh-so-prim and proper librarian, take off her plain glasses, loosen her hair from the tight bun it was in, and take her right on the check-out counter? You can live out that fantasy in the Library Hotel.

Each of the floors is named after a category in the Dewey Decimal System, so the fantasy starts the moment you arrive at your room's floor. From there, it's just a matter of letting your imagination run wild in the Library Hotel.
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Why? Because New York is all about being sexy
When: Whenever you want
Where: All over New York
Cost: Depends on hotel
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