Location. Located in central New York, Residence Inn by Marriott New York Manhattan/Times Square is a business friendly hotel within walking distance of Bryant Park, New York Public Library, and Times Square. Additional points of interest include Penn Plaza Pavilion and United Nations Headquarters.
Hotel Features. Recreational amenities include a fitness facility. Complimentary wireless and wired high speed Internet access is available in public areas. This New York property has 465 square meters of event space consisting of conference/meeting rooms and small meeting rooms. Guest parking is limited, and available on a limited first come, first served basis (surcharge). Additional property amenities include multilingual staff, laundry facilities, and express check in. This is a smoke free property.n
Guestrooms. 357 air conditioned guestrooms at Residence Inn by Marriott New York Manhattan/Times Square feature laptop compatible safes and coffee/tea makers. Beds come with signature bedding and premium bedding. Furnishings include desks and sofa beds. At this 3 star hotel, accommodations include kitchens with microwaves, refrigerators, dishwashers, and cookware/dishes/utensils. Bathrooms feature shower/tub combinations, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Wired high speed and wireless Internet access is complimentary. In addition to complimentary weekday newspapers and complimentary newspapers, guestrooms offer cordless phones with voice mail. Flat panel televisions have pay movies. Rooms also include safes, windows that open, blackout drapes/curtains, and irons/ironing boards. Housekeeping is offered daily and guests may request wake up calls.n
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The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check in, or check out.
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.
Yes, Hill Country is a restaurant, but no hostess will seat you and no server will come by to take your order. Instead, arriving patrons are given a meal ticket, which they carry into a Texas-style market. At one counter, they order meats by weight, watching as pitmasters pull their selection from smoking pits fueled with Texas post oak and the menus of lesser barbecue restaurants. The menu includes the signature moist brisket—juicy, fatty morsels that New York Times’ reporter Pete Wells is said to order a pound of every time because it shows “Hill Country’s rotisserie barbecue pits at their finest.” Whatever meat guests choose, it’s carved onto sturdy sheets of butcher paper they carry with them as they stop at additional counters to collect sides and desserts.
Though all meat is served with white bread or crackers, a lineup of sides includes corn pudding, Longhorn cheddar mac ‘n’ cheese, and sweet potato bourbon mash. The dessert case displays temptations such as banana pudding, which Wells gushed is “built upon a custard so thick with eggs and cream it brings Paris to mind.” Guests can return to the counters as many times as they like; each item ordered is noted on their ticket, which they turn in to the cashier at the end of the meal. The menu has some devoted culinary fans—renowned food critic Frank Bruni named Hill Country one of his five favorite restaurants, for instance—but the eatery attracts a musically inclined audience as well. Downstairs in the Boot Bar, a state-of-the-art stage hosts nationally touring blues, alt-country, and honky-tonk acts that have included Dale Wilson and Roseanne Cash. The shows take place Tuesday–Saturday nights, and are often free of charge.
After buzzing the doorbell to gain access to this speakeasy, patrons angle to snag a spot with crushed velvet sofas, privacy curtains, and another buzzer, which this time beckons a server. Herbs plucked from the outdoor garden flavor craft cocktails such as a South Side Rickey with gin, simple syrup, fresh mint, lime, and club soda.
Spending summers on her grandparents' farm in Greece whetted Anna Zoitas's appetite for globetrotting and healthy, handcrafted cuisine. After refining her palate on further travels through Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean, she became a judge for the prestigious International Fancy Food Show. There, she examined more than 2,000 specialty foods and beverages, many of which she now stocks in The Artisanal Kitchen's online pantry.
Carefully crafted in small batches, all of Anna's handpicked products come from all-natural organic ingredients, from extra-virgin olive oils and jams to kosher, gluten-free coffee made from arabica beans grown 4,000–6,000 feet above sea level—roughly the height of the Jolly Green Giant’s top hat. Anna provides quick, healthy recipes on the shop's website, many of which incorporate products—such as arbosana olive oil—that can help boost health and reduce the risk of heart disease.
WITHIN THE COLORFUL TEMPO OF NEW YORK CITYS UPPER WESTSIDE, THE HOTEL BEACON WELCOMES VISITORS TO THIS UNIQUENEIGHBORHOOD. THE NEWLY RENOVATED 25 STORY HOTEL IS WITHINTREE LINED STREETS AND LANDMARK BUILDINGS. YOU CANEXPERIENCE THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY, LINCOLNCENTER, CENTRAL PARK AND THE NEW ROSE CENTER FOR EARTH ANDSPACE. THE HOTEL BEACON IS A HOTEL WITH A DIFFERENT POINT OFVIEW THAT IS RELAXED, AMIABLE, WITH HANDSOMELY DECORATED,OVERSIZE GUEST ROOMS AND SUITES, EACH FEATURING A FULLYEQUIPPED KITCHENETTE. THE HOTEL BOASTS WONDERFUL VIEWS OFCENTRAL PARK, THE HUDSON RIVER AND THE SKYSCRAPERS OFMIDTOWN MANHATTAN. THE HOTEL BEACON, THE VANTAGE POINT FROMWHICH TO VENTURE ANYWHERE IN NEW YORK, IS A HOTEL YOULLWANT TO COME HOME TO. HOTEL BEACON IS LOCATED IN ONE OF NEWYORKS MOST DESIRABLE NEIGHBORHOODS THE UPPER WEST SIDE.OVERLOOKING BROADWAY AND THE HUDSON RIVER TO THE WEST, WITHCENTRAL PARK TO THE EAST, OR THE BRIGHT LIGHTS OF MIDTOWN TOTHE SOUTH, EACH ROOM AFFORDS A DIFFERENT MANHATTAN VIEW..
Featured by ABC News and Time Out New York, POGO Events hosts exciting scavenger hunts and races that introduce teams to the popular and hidden jewels of New York, DC, San Francisco, and Florida. Their signature Amazing New York Scavenger Hunt sends teams sprinting through city streets, leading them to destinations with clues that require them to solve puzzles, complete tasks, or photograph certain objects. While every race is different, challenges might include taking a picture with a hot-dog vendor, playing Dance Dance Revolution, or telling a dog his pants are too tight without offending him.
In addition to their preplanned adventures, the race-masters at POGO Events can help customers design their own expedition through customized tours or build-it-yourself races. The POGO team also organizes standalone social events such as trivia nights and adult summer camps.