We chose the Empire Hotel for its proximity to Lincoln Center. We booked two rooms for our party of four - a king and a double - and when we checked in we were given an upgrade to a second king. This particular "upgrade" was teeny tiny and overlooked HVAC equipment. Considering we weren't there to relax, we didn't make a big deal out of it. But if an upgrade is offered here, or if you have high expectations, you should check out both rooms first! The bathroom could have used some TLC - missing grout and caulk, leaky bathtub, dirty corners and molding. The other king room was much nicer. It was larger and had a great view of Lincoln Center. Overall, a good visit, though. Friendly staff, helpful concierge.
- 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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