Hilton New York
Book from £159
Address: 1335 Avenue Of The Americas, , New York, US
No of Rooms: 1980
Location. The Hilton New York is located in Midtown New York, N.Y., across the street from the Museum of Modern Art and the American Folk Art Museum. This property stands one block from Fifth Avenue shops and two blocks from Broadway theaters. Hotel Features. The Hilton New York's expansive, marble lobby houses several high end shopping boutiques. The hotel's fine dining dinner restaurant, Etrusca, evokes the flavors of Tuscany and offers an extensive wine list. New York City's ethnic dining experiences are represented in the open air atmosphere of the New York Marketplace that offers a la carte menus, and American and Japanese buffet style breakfasts. The Lobby Lounge and Bridges bar serve cocktails, wine and light fare. A Starbucks outlet serves coffee specialties and pastries. The 24 hour, 8,000 square foot Hilton New York Fitness & Spa contains cardiovascular, weight training, yoga and entertainment equipment. The facility includes Bosu balance trainers, medicine balls, resistance bands and weighted body bars. Saunas, steam rooms and massage treatment rooms provide post workout relief. A total of 150,000 square feet of function space accommodates events. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel for a fee. Guestrooms. This 46 story hotel offers 1,980 contemporary guestrooms with floor to ceiling windows. Hilton Serenity Collection Beds feature pillowtop mattresses, down duvets and hypoallergenic feather/down pillows. Marble bathrooms contain Crabtree & Evelyn La Source toiletries. Rooms feature high speed wired and wireless Internet access for a fee, MP3 adaptors, and complimentary laptop compatible in room safes. Coffeemakers and minibars are provided. Expert Tip. Located across the street from the hotel, the Modern Museum of Art houses such treasures as Vincent Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" and Salvador Dali's "The Persistence of Memory." The museum also displays renowned works by Frida Kahlo, Jackson Pollock, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol.