Q&A Residential Hotel Unveils Newly-Added Amenities
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Q&A Residential Hotel, located in Manhattan’s Financial District, announced new amenities to better serve business and extended-stay leisure travelers. The on-site amenities include grocery delivery service, a new restaurant and additional recreational facilities.
City Acres Market provides grocery delivery to guests, as each suite-style guestroom includes a full kitchen. To take advantage of the service, guests fill out a grocery order form, leave it with the front desk and return to a fully stocked refrigerator.
Blue Park Kitchen, the hotel’s second on-site dining establishment, offers health-conscious dining with a casual vibe.
“We aim to serve healthful food through local grains, fresh vegetables, clean protein and house-made sauces. We’re very excited to be a part of the greater Lower Manhattan neighborhood,” said Kelly Fitzpatrick, president and founder, Blue Park Kitchen.
New recreational facilities include a bowling alley, theater, virtual golf simulator, billiards and ping-pong table. Full-day access to the facilities comes with a flat fee.
“We’re thrilled to be providing our guests even more in the way of food, conveniences and recreation, especially for the many families and extended stay business travelers who choose our hotel,” said Derek Stumpfhauser, general manager, Q&A Hotel. “The more we can help guests cook meals in their in-suite kitchen, grab a quick bite and have fun on the property, the better.”