Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
Old-time elegance with pragmatic touches.
Designed by Miami Beach architect Morris Lapidus in the 1960s, this hotel is enormous. There are 1,750 rooms to start. The renovated lobby glows with rich wood paneling, marble columns, fresh flowers and an Arcadian mural along one wall. Revamped rooms (for guests and their pets) are comfortable and spacious, with such standard amenities as safes, coffee makers and iron/ironing boards. Singular extras include an interactive shopping service. Corporate Club rooms have more comforts for the business traveler, such as data ports, ergonomic swivel chairs, dual-line phones with free local calls and printer/fax/copiers. They also feature Bose wave radios and terry bathrobes. The top five floors, known as the Sheraton Towers, are more elegant and provide butler service. Towers guests enjoy complimentary breakfast and afternoon hors d'oeuvres. Facilities include two restaurants: Hudson Bar, where diners can view daily games, and Avenue Restaurant, serving American fare for breakfast and lunch. The Link Bar in the main lobby is a cozy meeting place with a mahogany bar and leather club chairs. There's a well-equipped fitness center for a charge to standard room guests and free to the rest. Pool privileges are offered at the sister Sheraton across the street.
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