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Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel

Fresh from a $180 million renovation, the award-winning Sheraton New York Times Square offers sleek surroundings, signature innovations and an outstanding location between Central Park and Times Square. The Sheraton features 1,781 guest rooms and suites. Relax with a workout at Sheraton Fitness, the hotel’s  state-of-the-art gym, and jumpstart your day with a quick grab-and-go breakfast at The Link@Sheraton Café. Enjoy Hudson Market, serving up an American-style buffet and à la carte favorites in a casual setting.

Sheraton Parsippany Hotel

With a resort-like setting, this New Jersey hotel— just 30 minutes from Newark International Airport and 25 miles from New York City—boasts a castle-like brick exterior. Inside, guests will find Atlantis Sports Club in Parsippany, the hotel’s state-of-the-art fitness center; Spa at Atlantis; and indoor and outdoor pools. Guests can stay connected via the Link@Sheraton with Microsoft, which is located in the lobby. Visitors can start their day with breakfast at the Jester's Court Café and enjoy lunch at the Irish-themed bar and restaurant Tipperary Pub.

Sheraton Stamford Hotel

Located in the heart of downtown Stamford, Connecticut, this Sheraton hotel is less than a mile from the Metro North/Amtrak train station, where visitors can take a 45-minute ride into New York City. While staying in Stamford, guests are also close to area businesses, restaurants and the Stamford Town Center Mall.

Silver Suites Residences at Beekman Tower

Silver Suites Residences at Beekman Tower comescomplete with everything you need to make your temporary housing stay feel like home. This Midtown East extended-stay property, which borders the United Nations complex and Beekman Place, features marvelously renovated furnished apartments in a 1920s Art Deco tower.

SIXTY LES

SIXTY LES is more than the premier luxury hotel on the LES—it’s a collaboration, showcasing the most acclaimed names in art and design. Designed by Ed Rawlings Architects, with interiors by Jim Walrod, the hotel embodies the best of the clean, understated, industrial design that New York has come to define in the 21st century.

SIXTY SoHo

A trailblazer in the boutique hotel world, the streamlined SIXTY SoHo is at once Bohemian-chic and luxuriously sophisticated. Nestled in downtown’s most stylish district, famous for its pedestrian-friendly culture-and-retail scenes, SIXTY’s flagship has become the place for savvy locals and international travelers to liaison in style. The entire hotel, including all 97 guest rooms and suites, was beautifully refurbished in 2014.

Skyline Hotel

This Midtown West hotel is located in the neighborhood commonly referred to as Clinton/Hell’s Kitchen—near Broadway theaters, Central Park, thousands of NYC’s top restaurants and the famous Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market.

While at the hotel, guests can swim laps in the large heated indoor salt water pool and get in a workout at the fitness center, which boasts TVs, treadmills, elliptical machines and weight training equipment.

SMYTH – A Thompson Hotel

Located in bustling Tribeca, this hotel features several onsite amenities, including the restaurant Little Park—where Chef Andrew Carmellini creates seasonal cuisine. The restaurant also provides 24-hour room service. For creative cocktails, Evening Bar places an emphasis on artisan distilleries, organic fruit and vegetable extracts. Complimentary services include the use of a town car and free WiFi.

Sofitel New York

Situated in Midtown Manhattan near Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Broadway theaters, world-famous restaurants, art museums and corporate headquarters, Sofitel New York features 398 spacious rooms on 30 floors, including 52 suites and one presidential suite—all featuring Sofitel's feathertop and duvet sleep system, SoBed.

When it comes to dining, the onsite restaurant Gaby serves modern French cuisine in an Art Deco setting. The hotel can also accommodate meetings and events. 

Soho Grand Hotel

This lively 17-story SoHo hotel features 353 hotel rooms and suites—with custom furnishings and high-end fixtures, Egyptian cotton linen, Frette bathrobes, C.O. Bigelow bath amenities, flat-screen plasma TVs and iPod dock and speakers. Guests who opt for a suite can stay connected with these particular accommodations’ 21-inch iMacs and an iPad—pre-loaded with the hotel’s curated downtown Neighborhood Guide. The hotel also includes two sprawling Penthouse Lofts. Pet rooms are available at no additional cost. 

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