Manhattan's THE OUT NYC was named one of this year's top 100 hotels in the world by Fodor's Travel.

Fodor's second annual 100 Hotel Awards were announced last week.

“We look for properties with great amenities and stellar service that offer a unique experience to guests,” explained Arabella Bowen, Fodor's Travel executive editorial director, in a statement. “Every traveler will find a dream hotel on this list, no matter what their travel personality happens to be.”

In the trendsetting category, Fodor's recommended THE OUT NYC to readers.

Located in Hell's Kitchen, and designed by Paul Dominguez, the recent entrant to New York City's crowded hotel landscape advertises itself as the city's first straight-friendly urban resort.

“It's one of those properties that is changing the hospitality landscape,” Bowen said. “You could do everything you wanted to do and never leave the property.”

The property includes a 14,000 square-foot high-tech nightclub, XL Nightclub, a restaurant located in its lobby, KTCHN Restaurant, and a full service spa/gym.

Prices start at $250 a night. Rates for a “sleep share,” shared rooms with privacy curtains, start at $79.

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