Lifestyle Stick around for a staycation at one of these NYC hotels By MEREDITH DELISO May 26, 2014 3:10 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email You don't have to hop on a plane or hit the road for a little fun in the sun. If you're looking to take a break from your routine with a staycation right here in New York City, these hotels all have something to offer. For the budget-conscious reveler Photo Credit: Annie Schlechter / Annie Schlechter Pod Hotel 39, 145 E. 39th St.; Pod Hotel 51, 230 E. 51st St., 212-355-0300, podhotel.com Both budget-friendly hotels provide amenities that draw locals and tourists alike. At the mod-inspired Pod 51, you'll find an outdoor café, Roy Liebenthal's Pop Burger and a rooftop deck in the heart of midtown, while the more minimalist Pod 39 is home to April Bloomfield's Salvation Taco and a two-story rooftop lounge offering panoramic views of the city's skyline. Room start at $89 at Pod 51 and $119 at Pod 39. For the pamper-seeker Photo Credit: Gansevoort Meatpacking Gansevoort Meatpacking, 18th Ninth Ave., 212-206-6700, gansevoortmeatpacking.com Book a massage, blow-out, facial, mani-pedi or take in a steam at this luxury hotel. If you're feeling a little more active, take a Pilates class or do laps in the guest-only rooftop pool on the 14th floor. For more play, head to the nearby bar, Plunge, or grab some grub at the hotel's American eatery, The Chester. Those looking to take advantage of the pool don't have to stay the night, thanks to a $300 day-only spa deal. Rooms start at $425. For the pet lover Photo Credit: W New York Downtown W New York Hotels, various locations, 888-627-7191, wnewyork.com You don't have to leave your pet out of the fun. The W Hotels' "P.A.W." package is tailored toward guests with a four-legged friend in tow -- cats and dogs alike -- and features a welcome cocktail for two plus "canine cocktails." There's also a welcome kit that includes a toy and collar and such in-room amenities as a bed and turn-down treats for pets. Of course, you can also take advantage of some non-pet-friendly amenities during your stay, such as spa and salon services. "P.A.W." package starts at $309. For the partying duo Photo Credit: Flickr/Araceli Arroyo New York Hilton Midtown, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, 212-586-7000 hilton.com The newly renovated midtown hotel is offering a special for same-sex couples. As part of its Go Out package, you can enjoy two welcome drinks, a one-year digital subscription to "OUT" and a late checkout, nice if you plan on hitting the town. Sticking around the hotel? Take in Herb 'n Kitchen, a culinary market that includes treats from Pat LaFreida Burgers, Brooklyn Pita Chips and more, available for in-room delivery. Go Out package starts at $259. For the scenester beach bum Photo Credit: Playland Motel Playland Motel, 97-20 Rockaway Beach Blvd. in Rockaway Park, 347-954-9063, playlandmotel.com Take the A train to this beach getaway, two blocks from the water in the Rockaways. The 12 rooms have been designed by artists and exude their own personality. Though with a lively back patio and tavern, live acts and DJs blasting surf rock and electronica into the wee hours of the morning -- not to mention the lure of the nearby sand and concessions -- you probably won't be getting much sleep. Rooms start at around $79. For the dude ranch dude and dudette Photo Credit: Instagram/Urban Cowboy Urban Cowboy, 111 Powers St., Williamsburg, urbancowboybnb.com Be a cowboy, even for just one night, at this new bed and breakfast. The four-room freestanding townhouse has an "industrial Williamsburg-Adirondack-cowboy sensibility." That translates to lux rooms, a cabin with a hot tub in the backyard, pot belly stoves, biscuits and gravy for breakfast and more. Rooms start at around $100. By MEREDITH DELISO Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.