For your upcoming trip to the city, you’ll find it difficult to stay in a more outstanding location than at this comfortable and chic 3 star Top Secret Hotel in Midtown New York. Just a couple of blocks from Central Park, Times Square, the Rockefeller Centre and the prestigious Theatre District, you’ll be overwhelmed by the entertainment available on your doorstep. The property is also well-known and cherished for the friendliness of its staff, who are on hand 24 hours a day to offer recommendations, cater to your every need and to offer bespoke services to each individual visitor.
You’ll be made to feel right at home from the moment you walk through the grand doors into the reception lobby, and greeted by complimentary coffee in an inviting and intimate atmosphere. The property provides air conditioning and WiFi connection throughout, as well as parking, dry cleaning, safety deposit box and luggage hold. The elegant guest rooms boast lavish marble bathrooms, refrigerated mini-bar, and the option for additional cribs or rollaway beds for families travelling with children. The hotel also caters well to business travellers, who can work in peace in the designated business centre with internet access and meeting rooms. For large groups meeting for conferences or discussions, there is private dining available, catered by the hotel restaurant staff. For an outstanding location, staff and price, look no further!
Just steps from the hotel is one of New York’s most famous avenues, Fifth Avenue, and situated along this is the beautiful New York Public Library. One of the very few examples of a library that still uses the ancient system of requesting books through a written slip and pneumatic tube, the building retains other original features that make it a worthwhile visit, even if you don’t need to take anything out. The impressive collection is housed in beautifully crafted bookcases and cabinets, and available to the public with free admission. Aside from its scholarly research holding and network of other local libraries, the building also regularly houses special events, such as seminars, readings and temporary exhibitions.
Just the other side of the library lies the delightful green Bryant Park, made internationally known for the location of the biannual New York Fashion Week. For the rest of the year, the park is a tranquil haven amidst the chaos of bustling Midtown, with outdoor movie showings and yoga and fencing lessons in the summer and holiday markets and ice skating in the winter months. The park fills up especially during lunchtime when the nearby office workers come to seek a peaceful sanctuary and breathe of fresh air.