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  1. The Opera House Hotel has huge, clean rooms with high ceilings, and is just a three minute walk from the 2 and 5 trains. Price includes continental breakfast. But the best part of this place is the amazing staff, and in particular, Emilio the manager, who took care of our family's 90th birthday celebration and ensured that every detail was perfect.

  2. 20/07/2022 · Marriott next week will open a swanky new Ritz Carlton hotel in Manhattan, marking a bet on the surge in luxury travel and the hopeful return of business travelers this fall. "It's got 10,000 ...

  3. The JW Marriott Essex House (commonly known as the Essex House) is a luxury hotel at 160 Central Park South in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the southern border of Central Park. Opened in 1931, the hotel is 44 stories tall and contains 426 Art Deco–style rooms and 101 suites, as well as 147 condominium residences. [2]

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  6. This beautiful landmark hotel built in 1905 by Stanford White has been restored and renewed by master architect Thierry Despont, re-launched in 2010. The Chatwal’s 76 keys includes 29 stunning Suites and 14 ‘themed’ suites with spacious designer terraces as well as bespoke services including a team of professional Butlers, 24-hour in-room dining and distinct private bars.

  7. The Hotel Carter was a hotel located near Times Square in Manhattan, New York City. The building is 24 stories tall, and at its opening, had 1,000 rooms, but was later downsized to 700 rooms. Opened in 1930 as the Dixie Hotel , it originally extended from 43rd Street to 42nd Street , although the wing abutting 42nd Street has since been demolished.