If you are coming to New York City for an event at the Javits Convention Center, Madison Square Garden or Hudson Yards, you can spare the expense of taxis and rideshares by checking into the TRYP New York City Times Square South Hotel. All those busy destinations and more, including Macy’s, a C and E subway stop, Penn Station, the Garment District and the Empire State Building, are short walks away. The boutique hotel’s comfort matches its convenience.
Restful contemporary décor blends Mediterranean features with NYC chic. Rooms and suites with city and Hudson River views feature spacious double beds, convenient desk and seating areas, wet bars, and plentiful storage. WiFi, 42-inch HD televisions, an iPod dock, laptop safes and Keurig coffeemakers are also provided. Four elevators minimize the wait during busy hours.
Fax and copy machines are available in the business center and audio/video services are complimentary in the flexible meeting spaces, which include a 15th-floor outdoor balcony. A main floor fitness center is open 24 hours per day and complimentary access to local sports clubs is offered.
Declaring “To Indulge Is Divine,” elevator signs invite guests to the main floor where patrons sample cocktails and tapas at the shiny marble bar and community table of Gastro Bar at 35th. Bright red chairs accent the dining room, which serves three meals each day including a popular breakfast buffet.
TRYP New York City Times Square South Hotel
345 W. 35th St.
New York City, NY 10001
tel 646 813 6531
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