With its prime location on West 54th Street between the 6th and 7th Avenues, the stunningly classic London NYC Hotel (read the full review here) is just a stone's throw away from many of New York's main attractions. And it gets better. The reasonable prices do not match the luxury rooms boasted by the four-year-old hotel, and the state of the art gym equipped with the latest apparatus will have you living the fast-paced glamour of the New York lifestyle in no time! Class and style extend to every aspect of this hotel, with professional and charming staff as well as an in-room spa treatment option that will leave you floating on your very own cloud among the city's skyscrapers.
The only problem you may have is deciding which room to go for. Divided into suites and luxury suites, all at reasonable prices for the service you receive, each and every room is beautifully appointed and available in several colour schemes. You will be treated to the latest technology, an iPhone docking station, telephone and flat screen television, whilst the bathrooms are spacious, dazzlingly clean and fitted with hand cut tiles and a huge mirror. All rooms have complimentary in-room wireless access to the internet and of course each room has its own safe for valuables.
If what you're after is nothing less than the very best, then let the Atrium Suite work its magic. This spectacular room has a glass ceiling offering panoramic views of Manhattan as well as its own dining room. If you were thinking of something a littke Or what about the penthouse itself, boasting 180į views of the entire city, a kitchen, dining room and two beautifully fitted bathrooms? Spoilt for choice we were indeed during our stay here!
What really gives this hotel its edge is the restaurants run by celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay. The restaurant is one of the finest dining experiences that New York has to offer. Maze, modelled on Ramsay's Michelin-starred restaurant of the same name in London, is ideal for an informal lunch or dinner, or go for the London Bar which serves breakfast, afternoon tea and cocktails and has an elaborate wine list in the evening. The restaurant's two Michelin stars, awarded in 2010, speak for themselves as soon as you cross the threshold.
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