In the shadows of some of the most iconic landmarks of New York, this delightful 4 star Top Secret Hotel in the Upper West Side is an ideal choice for even the most discerning of travellers. Broadway, Time Square and the Lincoln Centre are just three of the world-famous attractions situated in the immediate surroundings of the hotel. This fantastic hotel in a great location also exceeds in hospitality, service and accommodation too. The bespoke and personal service given by the friendly staff means that each individual guest has a unique and memorable stay, and the extra luxurious touches put the hotel above its nearby competitors. The spacious and comfortable guest rooms all feature climate control and WiFi connection as standard, plus a data port, plush private bathroom and mini-bar.
Families travelling in large numbers are offered family or oversized rooms or rooms with interior corridor access, for guaranteed privacy and comfort. Pets are also welcome to stay too, so the whole family can enjoy the trip to the big city! There is a handy business centre with fully-equipped meeting rooms, where guests can work undisturbed and with modern facilities, plus the catering services can conveniently provide private dining for large groups. In order to relax and unwind at the end of the day and to stay active on holiday, head the hotel’s own state-of-the-art Health Club.
The Upper West Side offers up a cocktail of restaurant options, suitable even for the most discerning of diners. If you’re looking for a romantic spot or somewhere suitable for a special occasion, head to Corvo Bianco, a charming, rustic eatery created and run by celebrity chef Elizabeth Faulkner. The warm and intimate atmosphere, complete with exposed brickwork, tree branches and oversized terracotta fireplace, makes it the perfect choice for couples looking for a discrete hideaway and exquisite food to match. Alternatively, book a table in a red-leather booth at Ouest, to enjoy an innovative menu of farm-fresh dishes and divine martinis, in elegant surroundings.
After hours, there’s plenty more opportunity to relax and revel in the city’s famed nightlife – whatever your taste and budget. Whether you prefer an evening with colleagues in a down-to-earth pub or sophisticated cocktails with the girls, you’ll find it on the streets of the Upper West Side. The Dead Poet is a popular venue, especially with budding writers and aspiring academics, where you will find a menu full of drinks named after famed literary icons. If you’re not really sure of the type of evening you feel like, 78 Below is a good choice as it offers part restaurant, part bar and part live music spot so you can have a taste of everything.