In the midst of the fast-paced business district of Midtown East New York, this charming 4 star Top Secret Hotel allows guests a slower pace of life and touch of refined glamour and elegance. The spacious property is decorated with luxury furnishings and accessories, both in the guest rooms and throughout the public areas, such as the grand lobby, restaurant, cocktail lounge and beauty salon. Guests will be overwhelmed by the extensive offering of premium services and amenities provided by the hotel, which include valet laundry, baggage hold, doctor on call, free newspaper, car rental desk and bell staff. From the moment you step into the hotel you will be welcomed by the friendly door man and made to feel right at home by the warm hospitality of the bilingual staff.
The oversized guest rooms and suites, at this lovely old midtown hotel in a perfect location, are fitted with the finest commodities and plush textiles for your comfort and feature sofa beds, plasma TVs with movie menu, work desk, cooking facilities and private terraces, and include superior accessibility for wheelchair users. There is a full room service menu, or alternatively you can order food from a local restaurant for delivery or visit the excellent onsite restaurant. In the evenings, the inviting cocktail lounge boasts a light fare and an impressive drinks menu, or you can take something up to your room from the in-house liquor store. Let your hair down in the hotel’s own trendy nightclub or unwind in the Health Club and Spa with a massage or well-being treatment – pure bliss!
Midtown Manhattan has arguably the biggest concentration of tourist attractions and points of interest, so you’ll never find yourself without something to see or do during your stay! Perhaps your first point of call should take you to the top of everything, so you can take in the immense city from the air; the Rockefeller Centre’s observation deck offers the best views of the city from 70 stories up. As well as the stunning panoramas, the skyscraper also boasts 22 acres of shopping, office and open space, which at Christmas is used for a sunken ice rink, underneath the famous giant Christmas tree. In fact, in the run up to Christmas, Midtown is a magical place to explore as its always adorned with sparkling lights, decorations and beautiful window displays. Television fans should not miss the NBC Studio Tour around the GE Building to see up-close the sets and location of some of the stations most popular shows including Friends, The Office and 30 Rock.