Celebrate New Year's Eve with Ben Haggerty, aka Macklemore Credit: Getty Images Celebrate New Year's Eve with Ben Haggerty, aka Macklemore.
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When the clock strikes 12, you'll want to be at one of these fetes.


Gansevoort Park Avenue
Don’t even bother with a cab or the subway after midnight. Book the hotel’s Get Celebrating package for five hours of premium open bar and then a suite with Champagne. Wake up to breakfast in bed while you lounge in your monogrammed bathrobe.
$1,495, 420 Park Ave. S., 212-317-2900


Top of the Standard
Give 2013 a rousing kiss-off by belting out “I Don’t Care” alongside Icona Pop, who will be performing at this black-tie affair.
$250 p.p., 848 Washington St., 212-645-4646


The wine room’s Belle Epoque Champagne Party will feature canapes, absinthe and plenty of bubbly.
$120 p.p., (after 11 p.m.: $65), 13. E. 13th St., 646-873-6071

Dream Downtown
Party alongside Macklemore (he’s hosting) while you sip cocktails from the premium open bar in the enclosed rooftop club.
$175 p.p., 355 W. 19th St., 212- 229-2559

Speakeasy Moderne
Ring in 2014 with a night of Jazz Age, vaudeville and burlesque performances, plus an open bar.
$200 p.p., 158 W. 72nd St., 800-838-3006

The New Year’s Masquerade promises a four-hour premium open bar, hors d’oeuvres and a toast at midnight, with music by Jeffery Tonnesen.
$160 p.p., 39 E. 58th St., 212- 584-2700

Upstairs at the Kimberly Hotel
Who says the rooftop needs to close once winter arrives? Enjoy views of the Chrysler building, a five-hour premium open bar, hors d’oeuvres, desserts and Champagne.
$195-$350 p.p., 145 E. 50th St., 212-702-1685

Classic Harbor Line’s New Year’s Eve Yacht Cruise
The “I’m on a boat” thing never gets old. Make all your Instagram friends jealous aboard this four-hour harbor cruise through the Hudson and East rivers aboard classy 1920s-style yacht.
$346 p.p., Pier 62, 212-627-1825

Hill Country Live
Those interested in a little blues and barbecue can check out the all-girl country cover band Your Ex-Girlfriends while munching on barbecue. There’s no cover, and a la carte menu is available.
30 W. 26th St., 212-255-4544

Queen of the Night
Randy Weiner, who is behind “Sleep No More,” opens this imaginative circus/nightlife show on New Year’s Eve in the original Diamond Horseshoe supper club location.
$125-$450, Paramount Hotel, 235 W. 46th St., tickets available at www.queenofthenightnyc.com

And if you have way too much money to spend...
You can blow $10,000 on Empire Steakhouse’s Emperor’s Delight menu, which boasts one pound of caviar per person, 2010 Château Lafite Rothschild, Pauillac, surf and turf, and more. There will also be 24 hours of Frank Sinatra impersonators.
237 W. 54th St., 212-582-6900