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This 30-story hotel is located close to the Bronx Zoo and other principal city attractions. The luxurious rooms have a crib, work desks, Internet access, pay-per-view movies, iron and ironing boards and hair dryers. Other features include wired and wireless Internet and vending machines in various parts of the hotel. There are facilities for tennis, biking, jogging and golf nearby. For further information, check the website.
This high quality, deluxe hotel is next to the Grand Central Terminal, making it a convenient spot for traveling around the city or into outlying suburbs. There are also a number of subway lines located nearby. Many of the city's famous buildings are also nearby, including the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building. 'Hyatt', is a brand chain known for hospitality and excellent service. It does not disappoint on both counts.
This award-winning deluxe boutique hotel is located in the historic American Standard Building, with some rooms overlooking Bryant Park directly across the street. Bryant Park Hotel is also within easy walking distance of the New York Public Library and Grand Central Terminal. It features such room amenities as BOSE music systems, iHome docks and LCD TVs.
The Roosevelt, an Art Deco hotel, was built in 1924 and named after president Theodore Roosevelt. This Manhattan landmark is an iconic New York City establishment as it has featured in many blockbusters such as The French Connection, Wall Street, Maid in Manhattan and The Boiler Room to name a few. Exuding roaring twenties glamor, The Roosevelt has kept up with the times and pairs modern amenities with traditional decor that blends together seamlessly. Discover the city's rich history and stay in style at the timeless, Roosevelt Hotel. The Hotel also offers breathtaking city views, a range of dining options, a lounge and a sleek rooftop bar.
The Iroquois, located in the heart of Midtown, caters primarily to business travelers. The building itself is designed to resemble a private mansion and includes the original 1923 limestone façade. Staff uniforms are designed by Donna Karan. The hotel boasts of a library which consists of classic works. The suites have original artwork, fireplaces, jacuzzis and bathrobes. A fitness suite offers a private exercise area. All rooms feature marble bathrooms with brass fixtures. For further details, call them toll free on +1 800 332 7220.
This deluxe hotel was built in 1902, and it has become a city landmark today. The Algonquin affords easy access to the Broadway Theater District, Fifth Avenue shopping and the Midtown business district. Be sure to visit the Round Table, where literary greats Dorothy Parker, James Thurber, Edna Ferber and others met in the 1920s for their Vicious Circle discussions.
Fitting comfortably into the quiet residential neighborhood of Murray Hill, this all-suite hotel provides a sedate, sophisticated environment away from the bustle of Midtown. Persian rugs, crystal chandeliers, burnished antiques and genuine hospitality greets you inside, while a brief taxi ride will take you to the United Nations or any number of other popular business and tourist destinations. A safe deposit box, coffee maker, hairdryer and iron are available in all suites at the convenience of guests.
Guests who have a predilection for Marriott hospitality will find this Times Square location apt for a business or leisure stay. The spacious suites are equipped with kitchen appliances, WiFi, climate control, and unlimited movies. And if you are with kids, nearby attractions like the Bronx Zoo or Central Park are within walking distance. Though pets are allowed at this hotel, there is a non-refundable sanitation fee of USD100. Please see the website for further information.