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Known for its first-rate business center and luxury rooms, this 55-story hotel is an inspiring black-glass encased monolith, with impressive views of the Hudson and East Rivers and all of Manhattan. There is ample space for any traveler, whether you're in for business or leisure. You're situated right in the thick of Manhattan, so be sure to bring your walking shoes. Don't know where to go? Let your concierge brief you on excellent places in the city. You can even bring along your animal companions for a luxurious stay at the Millennium Hilton, but only if he or she weighs under 75 pounds.
Located on historic Gold Street in Manhattan’s Financial District, this hotel is 2 blocks from the Fulton Street Subway Station. It features on-site dining and access to Wi-Fi. A flat-screen TV and iPod docking station are included in each contemporary guest room at Gild Hall. The rooms offer high ceilings, custom-designed wooden furniture, and a stocked minibar. Concierge services and valet parking are available at the Thompson Gild Hall. Guests can work out in the 24-hour gym. Situated discreetly on the second floor of Gild Hall, the upstairs wine lounge La Soffitta features wine-bottle lined walls, special cages filled with Italian wine, cocktail tables, and a communal table for large parties. The 2-level Tuscan-inspired Felice Ristorante and Wine Bar is open daily and serves Italian cuisine. The shops and entertainment at the South Street Seaport are within a 10-minute walk of the Thompson Gild Hall Hotel.
The 9th Avenue Subway Station is just a 3-minute walk from this Brooklyn hotel. Kings Hotel features a karaoke bar and a 32-inch flat-screen TV with HBO in every room. The Barclays Center is 10 minutes’ train ride away. Free Wi-Fi and a work desk are offered in each of the contemporary, warm-colored guest rooms. The yellow bathrooms offer a hairdryer. Wake up service is available. The hotel is just a 5-minute drive from Gowanus Bay. It is 3 miles from Prospect Park Zoo and Brooklyn Botanic Garden and 5 miles from Brooklyn Bridge.
The Beekman is an architectural landmark, with intricate designing, structuring, decor and service. It has a 9 storey atrium and a pyramid shaped glass dome that allows the natural light to seep through, that is praised for by most who visit this venue. Crafted by Martin Brudnizki, this hotel has come to be known as an exquisite hotel with beautiful and intricate works. The hotel sports 4 dining areas, 2 of which showcase the culinary delights of renowned chefs Tom Colicchio and Keith McNally. They also have a cellar lounge and a bar room, both showcasing a full fledged bar. With variations in the types of rooms available, this hotel can accommodate your needs as a customer, be it if you come alone, or in a group. The amenities provided are exhaustive, even when it comes to accessible rooms like braille signage on doors, roll in showers, etc. They also have luxury car brand, Lexus for private hiring to take a tour of the city if you book a certain section of suites. They also have 5 event spaces that cater to private events that can accommodate about 534 people collectively, whilst the wedding space can accommodate about 90 people.
No two rooms at The Greenwich Hotel are the same. Each is more spectacular than the last, decorated with international luxury items like Tibetan rugs, Siberian oak floors, and Moroccan tile. Every room at this ultra-sleek hotel also features organic bath products and soaking tubs to ensure guests stay pampered and refreshed. Those looking for ultimate relaxation can visit the exclusive Shibui Spa, which offers everything from poolside meditation to traditional Japanese shiatsu massages, while peckish guests can find superb Italian cuisine and an extensive wine list at the Locanda Verde Restaurant. More than just a luxury accommodation, The Greenwich Hotel guarantees a memorable stay with its unique vision and trendy Tribeca location.