7 Best New York Nail Salons for the Ultimate Self Care

Want to enjoy a mani-pedi in the Big Apple? these are the best New York nail salons that you have to try.

New York is known for many things; one of the best food scenes in the world, the ultimate shopping stores, and an unforgettable nightlife. After you get a taste of what New York has to offer, you should try one more thing; a manicure and pedicure at some of the best nails salons in New York. Whether you want to make a spa day of it or just treat your hands and feet – these New York nail salons are a must-visit.

Jin Soon

Nail artist Jin Soon has taken manicures to the next level. The talented nail professional is often called to bring the nail-bling to magazines and fashion campaigns, and once you see her Instagram page – you will understand why. Many fans say the Tribeca Jin Soon is the cream of the crop out of the four salons, but whichever one you go to – you are guaranteed a professional and pampering manicure like no other.

37 Walker St., New York City

421 E. 73rd St., New York City

56 E. Fourth St., New York City

23 Jones St., New York City

Sundays Nail Studio

In the Sundays Nail Studio, a manicure is not just a manicure. The salon doubles as a meditation center, so if you are looking for a relaxation experience, this is the go-to spot. Sundays want its clients to enjoy entire wellness treatments, and you can definitely feel it when you walk into this one-of-a-kind New York nail salon. To make sure you get only the best of the best, Sunday's nail salon uses cruelty-free, nontoxic, and vegan products for all manicures. It is no secret that conventional nail care products contain chemicals that may harm you, but Sundays founder Amy Ling Lin wanted to use healthier products. The serine nail salon is welcoming and you will enjoy an experience you won't soon forget in any of the three NYC branches.

500 W. 33rd St., New York City

51 E. 25th St., New York City

611 5th Ave., New York City


This 'clean' nail salon has a minimalist vibe that is perfect for anyone that needs a day of relaxation from time to time. Like Sundays, Tenoverten makes it a point to only use non-toxic products on customers. If you want to enjoy a spa day and not run around the city, you should definitely book a hot stone massage when in Tenoverten.

Parker New York 119 W 56th Street, New York

 121 Fulton Street, New York

Maison 1264 Lexington Avenue, New York

Hortūs Nailworks

A hidden gem on the lower east side, Hortūs Railworks is also a part of the natural nail revolution. The salon uses all-natural products to give clients a healthy nail treatment with hand selected items. To complete the experience, Hortūs Railworks is filled with beautiful plants that create a warm and inviting space.

210 Forsyth St., New York City


If you like nail salons with more of a cozy vibe, Paintbox is the place for you. The Soho-based nail salon specializes in manicures and nail art that makes every fingertip look amazing. Along with your pampering manicure, you will also have a nice glass of champagne that perfectly completes the experience.

 20 East 69th Street, New York

Akiko Nails

The Japanese-inspired nail salon specializes in gel nail art. So, if you like your manicures to last and last – this is the go-to place. The creations in Akiko nails are nothing short of true art, and customers who try the salon once keep coming back for more. Akiko Nails also offer pedicures to complete the experience, so if you want a mani-pedi – be sure to visit Akiko Nails.

135 Eldridge Street, New York

Haven Spa

The last place on our list deserves the name Haven like no other place. Once you go into Haven Spa, you immediately get relaxed by the unique ambiance in the salon. The beautifully designed spa gives your body and soul the complete relaxation package, and you should treat yourself to a visit to a true Haven on earth from time to time. It is worth it.

250 Mercer St., New York City

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