10 New NYC Hotels You Can Book With Points

Marriott, IHG, Hilton and others have all recently opened hotels in New Yok City where you can burn some points.
Ramsey Qubein
By Ramsey Qubein 

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New York City is back and better than ever thanks to a slew of new hotels that have opened since the pandemic halted travel. With different price points, travelers to the most populous U.S. city have plenty of opportunities to earn and redeem points during their visit.

It’s not just in Midtown Manhattan where new hotels for points collectors have opened. There are also new options near the revitalized LaGuardia airport, the downtown financial district and the always-abuzz Chelsea neighborhood. Here are just a few of the new hotels in New York to consider for your next trip.

Some of the newest hotels in NYC

1. voco Times Square South (IHG One Rewards)

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Towering above the Manhattan West area of midtown, the new voco Times Square South has exceptional views of the surrounding neighborhood. IHG One Rewards members can experience one of the company’s newest brands during their stay, enjoying the lobby-level bar and restaurant area or the greenhouse-style rooftop patio. Guest rooms have large windows, plus bedding and bathrooms stocked with Brooklyn-made Apotheke toiletries.

IHG One Rewards uses dynamic pricing for hotel redemptions, which means the cost in points varies based on date and room type.

2. Hotel Indigo NYC Downtown – Financial District (IHG One Rewards)

(Photo courtesy of Hotel Indigo NYC Downtown - Financial District)

For IHG fans who need to be in the financial area of town, the new Hotel Indigo NYC Downtown – Financial District is at the corner of the iconic Wall and Water streets. Aside from its chic interiors, it also has almost a dozen rooms with walk-out balconies.

A redemption night here will vary depending on the time of year, but since this area is liveliest on weekdays, it could offer solid bargain travel opportunities on weekend nights.

3. Hyatt Place New York Chelsea (World of Hyatt)

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The Hyatt Place New York Chelsea puts guests in the middle of great shopping and dining plus walking distance to attractions like Hudson Yards, the High Line, Madison Square Garden and the Empire State Building.

As a Category 5 hotel in World of Hyatt, a standard room redemption costs between 17,000 and 23,000 points per night at this new hotel.

4. The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad (Marriott Bonvoy)

(Photo courtesy of The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad)

New York has no shortage of luxury hotels, but there is always demand for more. The new Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad blends modern style with the hotel’s long history of service provided by the “ladies and gentlemen” of Ritz-Carlton, the term that the brand gives its staff. Of Michelin star fame, Chef José Andrés oversees the hotel’s restaurant serving Greek, Turkish and Lebanese recipes from around the Mediterranean.

Marriott Bonvoy no longer has an award chart. Instead, it uses a dynamic pricing model that takes into account local demand and seasonality when determining the number of points required for a redemption.

5. Renaissance New York Flushing (Marriott Bonvoy)

(Photo courtesy of Renaissance New York Flushing)

Only 10 minutes from LaGuardia, the new Renaissance New York Flushing (the first Renaissance hotel in Queens) is one of the newest options to open by the bustling New York airport. The rooftop bar and lounge are popular places to get some fresh air before a day of flying.

If you prefer not to pay the high rates of hotels in Manhattan, this is a solid option for Marriott Bonvoy fans. Guests here will pay a varying number of points each night since Marriott Bonvoy now uses dynamic pricing.

6. Motto by Hilton New York Chelsea (Hilton Honors)

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The Motto brand is one of Hilton Honors’ newest, and the new Motto by Hilton New York Chelsea offers a variety of different “travel-sized” rooms measuring under 200 square feet on average. This includes rooms with bunk beds for friends and family traveling together.

At 42 floors, it offers great views of the Chelsea neighborhood, and it is close to the Flatiron Building and Madison Square Park — right in the heart of the action. Since Hilton Honors operates with a dynamic pricing model for award redemptions, the number of points needed to stay varies by day.

7. Park Lane New York (I Prefer Hotel Rewards)

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One of the newest hotels to be part of Preferred Hotels & Resorts is Park Lane New York. Guests can take advantage of great Central Park views from more than half of the rooms.

I Prefer Hotel Rewards follows a dynamic pricing model with hotel redemptions closely tied with the paid rate of the hotel. You’ll need to log into your account and select the hotel and date to see the corresponding number of points required.

8. The Wall Street Hotel (I Prefer Hotel Rewards)

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As its name suggests, this Beaux Arts-designed hotel is in the Financial District in the downtown area of Manhattan. The new Wall Street Hotel is sure to be a popular place with business travelers, and on weekends, there might be excellent deals for leisure visitors.

The rooms are decked out in chic amenities like Frette bed linens and Bang & Olufsen Bluetooth speakers. A reward night here using I Prefer Hotel Rewards points is based on the time of year.

9. Pendry Manhattan West (I Prefer Hotel Rewards)

(Photo courtesy of Pendry Manhattan West)

Near Hudson Yards and the High Line, the glamorous, new Pendry Manhattan West hotel catches the attention of passersby thanks to its rippling wave, glass façade. Inside, the contemporary, California-inspired interiors show a modern elegance.

Guests staying here can take advantage of the I Prefer Hotel Rewards program, with top-tier elite members having access to special offers or experiences. The number of points needed for a redemption night here varies by date and time of year.

10. Best Western Premier Empire State Hotel (Best Western Rewards)

(Photo courtesy of Best Western Premier Empire State Hotel)

As part of the most upscale of the three namesake Best Western brands, the new Best Western Premier Empire State Hotel delivers comfortable guest rooms with city views and a convenient and tourist-friendly location. The outdoor deck space with complimentary coffee is a great place to plan a day of sightseeing.

With Best Western Rewards, which uses dynamic pricing charging points depending on the date, a typical redemption night here can start from 32,000 points or more.

New hotels in NYC, recapped

No matter what part of town you stay in or how much you want to spend, there are plenty of new hotels in NYC to surprise even the most frequent visitors.

If you have hotel elite status, either from past stays or through a credit card, your visit might be even more rewarding.

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