The iconic New York Hilton Midtown is one of the largest hotels in the city and has hosted world-famous people such as US Presidents John Fitzgerald Kennedy and Donald Trump, The Beatles, Elvis Presley and Martin Cooper, among others.
It has a lounge bar in the lobby, a restaurant with a buffet breakfast and a modern bar with excellent cocktails and local wines. In addition, it has the largest hotel gym in downtown Manhattan, with an area of 743 square meters so guests can work out comfortably.
The property also offers in-room spa and salon services. Guests can request makeup artists, hairdressers, masseurs or barbers. There is also a business center, a large venue for holding events, and paid, private accessible parking.
This accessible hotel has several contemporary-decor adapted accommodations for guests with reduced mobility.
The Skyline rooms (approximately 31 square meters) are decorated in cool tones, which contrast with some details of the furniture in warm tones. They have spectacular views of the city and have one or two beds, iron, desk, air conditioning, 55-inch television, telephone, chair and safe.
Urban rooms are decorated in bright and warm colors. They can have one or two beds, and are equipped with a 37-inch television, alarm clock, desk, iron, telephone and chair.
The executive suites (36 square meters) have a living room. They have two beds, a 50-inch television, a desk, an iron, an alarm clock radio, a safe, a telephone, and access to a private executive lounge.
The presidential suites (104 square meters) have a large dining room, living room, and bedroom. They have a double bed, two televisions, a dining table, a sofa, a desk, an iron, a radio alarm clock, a safe, a telephone, and access to a private executive lounge.
The adapted bathrooms can have a bathtub or a walk-in shower with a seat (both have grab bars). The toilet also has fixed grab bars. All bathrooms are furnished with a hairdryer and toiletries.
Check-in: From 03:00 P.M
Check-out: Until 12:00 P.M
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