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What to expect: Both business and leisure travelers appreciate the Hilton New York’s 2006 completion of its $148 million redesign as well as its midtown location, which allows many guests to walk to Broadway theaters, Times Square, and Fifth Avenue shopping.
Amenity highlights: The Fitness Club and Spa is an 8,000-square-foot facility offering cardiovascular and strength-training equipment, sauna and steam room, as well as specialized treatments including massages, facials, and nail services. Dining choices include Etrusca, the hotel’s fine-dining Italian restaurant, and New York Marketplace, open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (buffets and à la carte). Two cocktail lounges can be found in the main lobby, with an additional lounge on the 44th floor accessible to guests who stay in the upgraded accommodations of the Executive Level. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel; a business center is located on the second floor.
Insider tip: The Museum of Modern Art and the American Folk Art Museum are both directly across the street from the hotel. The Folk Art Museum’s contemporary building has received numerous architectural awards and contains one of the nation’s principal collections.