Best Rooms: The 3 Bedroom Suites have the best views from higher floors because they face many different direction and offer panoramic cityscape views and views of the East River. If you're just looking for a Studio or a 1 Bedroom Suite, request the highest floor possible for the best city view.
Best Rooms: Guests can choose between a city view and a Museum of Natural History view. The latter is the best view, especially from rooms on floors 10 or higher. Both of these views can be booked in a variety of categories.
Best Rooms: Situated next to W 81st St. and surrounded by the buildings, Upper West Side has no real views to offer.
Best Rooms: Superior Queens may be the best value if you're looking for a view. They face either Amsterdam Ave. or W. 79th St., and you'll be able to see the residential area.
Best Rooms: The hotel is surrounded by other buildings and doesn’t offer any real views other than W 76th St. from rooms facing north.
Best Rooms: The hotel only has 17 floors so there isn't much offered in the way of views, but most guests prefer a room on a higher floor facing Lexington Avenue. If you can spring for it, the two Skyloft Suites have wraparound terraces that offer incredible city views as well.