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Blackouts: 25 Mar - 25 Apr 20, 13 Jun - 24 Jul 20 & 11 Sep - 4 Oct 20
Hotel Beacon NYC is located in the historic Upper West Side, amid tree-lined streets and landmark buildings. With a subway station located just two blocks from your door, you can easily explore everything that New York has to offer, however to feel like a true native New Yorker we definitely recommend you to spend some time soaking up the atmosphere of this local neighbourhood. Savour a walk along the Hudson River in beautiful Riverside Park, step out for a peaceful stroll through Central Park, enjoy a show at the Beacon Theatre or huddle in a funky bistro. With the added convenience of kitchenette facilities in every room, be sure to take advantage of the local markets to create your own NYC home away from home feeling.
This understated city chic hotel in Midtown East features exquisite rooms that make you feel as though you are in your own New York City apartment. Each contains curated furniture and special little touches, from the bookends to pillows, as well as carefully selected artwork featuring local New York artists in each room. Interesting textures, rich woods, classic lines, and contemporary elements blend to create an artfully residential space. The hotel's prime location on East 50th Street near Lexington Avenue, put you within easy reach of attractions such as The Chrysler Building, Rockefeller Center, and MoMA - The Museum of Modern Art.
Located in Murray Hill, this hotel is surrounded by famous sites such as the American Museum of Natural History and the Empire State Building. Choose from either a standard guest room or spacious one bedroom suite with a separate bedroom, living area and full kitchen.
Situated at the crossroads of culture and commerce, The Benjamin's Midtown East location makes for easy access to New York City's top attractions--including Fifth Avenue restaurants and shops, Grand Central Terminal, Saks Fifth Avenue, Rockefeller Center, and Bloomingdale's. Originally established in 1927 as the Beverly Hotel, The Benjamin has recently been awarded the honor of a historical landmark status. Recognized as one of the premiere hotels built in the 1920's.
Nestled in Manhattan's Upper East Side, the original Surrey was built in 1926 as a residence hotel. And was home to many of New York's most eccentric celebrities, such as JFK, Bette Davis and Claudette Colbert. The Surrey offers exceptional service and the residential haven provides guests with a retreat from the public; a place to unwind and relax after a busy day.