Doubles from: $225 to $520
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Centrally located in midtown Manhattan, this New York hotel within 10 minutes' walk of both Central Park and Times Square. It features an 8,000-square-foot gym, gourmet dining, and elegant rooms with a flat-screen TV.
Featuring high-speed internet access, the spacious rooms at the New York Hilton Midtown are styled with maple wood furniture and marble bathrooms. Each room includes a flat-screen cable TV with on-demand entertainment.
Breakfast is available in the lobby each day at the Hilton Midtown's Grab & Go restaurant, which also offers room service. Herb N’ Kitchen located on site offers seasonal salads, sandwiches and brick oven pizza. A coffee station offers on-the-go specialties.
Offering free WiFi in the lobby area, Hilton Midtown provides modern strength and cardio equipment in its spacious fitness centre. Guests can also use the 24-hour business centre or the on-site concierge desk.
The 7th Avenue Subway Station and luxury shopping along Fifth Avenue are a 4-minute walk from the hotel. Rockefeller Center and Times Square are 0.5 miles away.
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- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Bathtubs Available
- Cable TV
- Handicap accessible rooms
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1335 Avenue of Americas
Times Square-Theater District, New York, United States
About the New York Hilton Midtown neighborhood
Midtown West is packed with tourists sights... and tourist-class hotels. Working west from Fifth Avenue to Eighth Avenue, the Theater District is home not only to all the Broadway babies, but to Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, and the Museum of Modern Art. Not to mention Times Square—an entity within itself. Although most New Yorkers steer clear of this congested (and now pedestrianized) area, the neon lights, larger-than-life billboards, and wise-talking street vendors keep the visitors coming. And coming. And coming.