New York City's Best Business Hotels

We put together a slideshow of Oyster's picks for the top business hotels in New York City. These hotels are sure to please every business traveler, no matter the budget.

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Gild Hall
Gild Hall, a stylish boutique hotel in lower Manhattan, has a business center on the fourth floor and a few small meeting rooms. Faxing is available at the front desk, and in-room Wi-Fi is available for $10. Read Gild Hall's review

Gramercy Park
The Gramercy Park Hotel, located in Gramercy/Murray Hill has a business center with a 24-hour, multilingual secretarial staff and all the equipment you could possibly need, including video-conferencing and AV equipment. The hotel also has conference facilities for up to 50 people and in-room Wi-Fi for $15 per day. Read Gramercy Park's review

Grand Hyatt Avenue
Located right next to Grand Central Station, the Grand Hyatt has a 24-hour business center, Wi-Fi for $9.99 a day and is fully equipped for conferences, with 55,000 square feet of meeting space. Read Grand Hyatt's review

Holiday Inn NYC -- Manhattan 6th Avenue
The Holiday Inn in Chelsea is a great pick for business travelers on a budget. The hotel offers free Wi-Fi and has a small business center with free copying, printing and faxing. Read Holiday Inn NYC's review

Hotel Giraffe
The quiet and small-scale Hotel Giraffe, located in Gramercy/Murray Hill, offers guests free Wi-Fi (and in-room hard-wired connections as well). There is no business center, but guests have access to a laptop and printer, and the Penthouse Piano Suite can be used for meeting space. Read Hotel Giraffe's review

Kitano New York
With a quiet Murray Hill location, the Kitano is convenient to both Midtown East and the Financial District and offers guests a free shuttle to Wall Street every morning. The Kitano also offers guests a business center, laptop rentals and meeting rooms for corporate events. Read Kitano Hotel's review

Millennium Hilton
The Millennium Hilton, located in Lower Manhattan, offers guests a 24-hour business center, conference services and an audio-visual staff. Wi-Fi is available for $14.95 per day, and the fitness center, sauna and pool make the Millennium Hilton a great place to let off some steam. Read Millennium Hilton's review

Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park
The Ritz-Carlton New York Battery Park has 6 large meeting rooms, a boardroom and a high-tech business center, making it the perfect place for conferences and corporate events. The hotel even offers guests a 'Conference Concierge' and an in-house audio-visual department. Read Ritz-Carlton's review

Sofitel New York
Located in Midtown West near 16 different subway lines, this hotel has a multilingual staff, a free 24-hour business center and Wi-Fi for $7.99 a day. Read Sofitel's Review

The Alex Hotel
Located close to the United Nations in Midtown East, the Alex Hotel is a popular choice for diplomats. The hotel has a business center, free Wi-Fi in the lobby (and for $15 per day in rooms) and a stylish meeting room.Read Alex Hotel's review

The Kimberly Hotel
This hotel, located in Midtown, has 700-square-foot suites, perfect for extended-stay business travelers. A penthouse meeting space can be rented out for meetings or events, and it's equipped with a PC/laser jet printer, fax machine, conference table and high-speed Internet. Read Kimberly Hotel's review

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