Experience the buzz of one of the world’s most exciting cities right from your doorstep at this deluxe Top Secret Hotel in Midtown Manhattan. The 4 star property promises guests the very best in hospitality, accommodation and location so your trip will be one you remember for a lifetime! The convenient proximity to the attractions of Midtown East New York, including the Fashion District and Bryant Park, means that you’ll never be short of things to see and do, no matter how many times you’ve visited before!
The hotel’s interiors reflect the style and sophistication of the city and the furnishings are design-led and expertly chosen to create a warm and welcoming ambiance. The guest rooms are fitted with luxurious Egyptian cotton on the oversized beds, plush en-suite bathrooms and climate control, for a guaranteed peaceful night’s sleep. For families travelling with young children, the option for a family or oversized room is available, as well as interior corridor access between separate rooms. If you are travelling on business or just want some downtime from the kids, there are entertaining children’s programmes at the hotel that will keep them occupied for hours on end. In the meantime, enjoy the state-of-the-art gymnasium and Health Club that’s open 24 hours a day, to unwind and keep active.
New York’s romantic and palatial Grand Central Station doesn’t just have to be visited for transport purposes. The opulent design of both the interior and exterior façade is true to the buildings 1913 beginnings, complete with its rich blue and gold-leaf filigree mural across the ceiling and scattering of bright lights. If you have time, stop at the prestigious Oyster Bar for the city’s freshest seafood and most delectable cocktails in opulent surroundings, reminiscent of a by-gone age. Also within the Terminal are a number of other restaurants, cafés, bars and shops, and don’t forget to visit the famous four-faced clock, made so recognisable by the movies!
Also within a short distance of the hotel is the Chrysler Building, just one block from the Grand Central. Only its majestic lobby is open to the public, but you can appreciate its appearance and story from the outside as you crane your neck to see the very top of the needle-sharp steel spire. This spire was added as a conscious decision during the year of its construction, in 1930, to make it the tallest building in the city at the time. Like the Station Terminal, the Chrysler was built in an art-deco style and features a number of references and homages to the automobile on its exterior, such as relief sculptures and replicas of parts and entire cars.
We hope you enjoy this 4 star Secret Hotel near Grand Central!