Amsterdam Court

The Amsterdam Court is a well-kept and remarkably affordable sanctuary just a stone's throw from the brightest lights of Times Square. The lobby's simple stylishness—soft lighting and modern furniture—falls off a bit in the rooms upstairs, which are dominated by squishy, Art Deco headboards framing the beds. The Belgian linens and down comforters are a redeeming touch. Rooms lack minibars and other frills, but basic amenities—cable TV, video games, and refrigerators on request—are covered. Continental buffet is available for an extra fee, while a 24-hour lounge behind the lobby offers complimentary latte, espresso, cappuccino, and tea. If you’re itching to start spending, hit Natsumi Restaurant next door. This outpost of acclaimed sushi chef Haru Konagaya has an entryway into the hotel. — Alex Littlefield

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