Did you know a new report revealed that New York City has the highest rated hotels in the country?

We're not too surprised by this information because we already knew that NYC rocked, and that that would mean there'd be a high demands for hotels that also rock.

The U.S. News & World's 6th annual report is out, and it not only ranked NYC as the place with the best hotels in the country, but it also ranked two NYC hotels as the top pet-friendly places to stay.

While individual hotels in Georgia, DC, Vegas, Hawaii, and California ranked in the list's top five, respectively, we had the highest concentration of top-ranked hotels.

Why did we have the highest concentration? Well, because we're good at winning. It's as simple as that.

In the report's top 50 best hotels, we had eight, which is the most out of any city. So, yeah, we're good at stuff.


Wondering which hotels made it onto this exclusive list? The Park Hyatt came in at number 12, The St. Regis came in at number 16, and The Greenwich Hotel ranked in at number 19.

Next time someone asks you for a hotel recommendation, recommend those. Then, sing DJ Khaled at that person: "All we do is win, win, win, no matter what." That'll likely confuse them because it has nothing to do with the conversation, and they're probably not from around here. They don't win often.

These rankings were derived from reputation among professional travel experts, guest reviews, and hotel class ratings. 

We're pretty sure if the report took outside factors into consideration, like, which city is the most fun to party in, we would have ranked even higher on the list.

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Still, we're not complaining. As the number were polled from more than 2,500 hotels in the U.S., the Caribbean, and Mexico, these rankings are kind of a big deal.

About the pets, two of the United States' top 12 pet-friendly hotels are in our great city. Which two?The Greenwich, and Mark, No. 16. 

The Greenwich "welcomes all types of pets for no additional charge," and Mark, "puts guests and their furry friends within walking distance of ample green spaces and walking trails."

Go New York, go pets, and go walking trails. We also have some pretty great puppies that are native to this city, and Uber will let us play with them. So all-in-all, it's a good life for humans and pets alike in NYC.

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[via U.S. News] [Feature Image Courtesy Instagram]