Stayed here for the weekend with my son on an outing. We'd go back. I have to complement the front desk. My 10 yr old son mentioned that he wanted to use the pool and she gave us a nice (small) room on the top floor near the pool. The rooms are tiny but that's NYC. Want a big room, go the Four Seasons and spend 1000 a night or more. Restaurant we discovered late on the second floor is beautiful. We had breakfast there and it was delicious and beautifully appointed. I love being a few blocks from the park and proximity to everything....but thats most hotels in NYC. Anyway....I' stay here again. Note: there is a very nice bar outside on the roof...it's worth checking out BUT the pool is slightly larger than the average bathtub. Don't go here for the pool
- Also Known As:
- Empire Hotel New York
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled on our own private corner of West 63rd Street between two legendary New York City landmarks - Lincoln Center and Central Park - this boutique NYC hotel provides luxury accommodations overlooking the Broadway / Columbus Avenue - the gateway to the Upper West Side. Location is essential to the spirit of the Empire Hotel and the interior motif and design is inspired by the earth tones of Central Park and the stately modernism of Lincoln Center. 422 deluxe guest rooms and suites, WiFi, Pool Deck open seasonally, Ed's Chowder House Restaurant, Rooftop Lounge, Lobby bar. ... more less
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