The Library Hotel: A Literary Delight

(Photos courtesy of Library Hotel)

The Library Hotel in New York City is a dream for those who can appreciate a good read. Interestingly enough, the setup of this hotel is based on the Dewey Decimal System. Each floor is dedicated to one of the system's major categories, and each individual room is based on a subcategory. The books in each room match its category designation—it's an interesting and unique way to design a hotel! For example, the third floor is the Social Sciences floor, and guest room 300.003 contains books focused on Economics.

Not only is the concept of the Library Hotel captivating, the customer service is top-notch. Feast on a free continental breakfast every morning, enjoy an evening reception with wine, cheese, and crackers, or slurp on coffee and tea in the Reading Room all day long. The hotel provides free Wi-Fi, daily newspapers, and more than 6,000 books along with an extensive DVD collection. When it's approaching bedtime, slip into the plush cotton robe and slippers available in your guest room, call for the Library Hotel's turndown service (bottled water and Belgian chocolate) and curl up with a good book.

Prices start at $439, but we've seen prices as low as $279. Make sure to book on Tingo because when the price drops, you'll get a refund automatically.

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