Hilton has debuted the 54-floor, 562-suite Conrad New York Midtown hotel, which has been one of the most important openings in the company’s 100th anniversary year.
The Conrad New York Midtown – formerly The London NYC – is one of the city’s only all-suite hotels and following a major renovation now has an interior akin to luxurious Manhattan homes rather than classic hotel rooms.
Major highlights of the hotel are the penthouse, a two-story, two-bedroom suite which features wrap-around views of Central Park and Manhattan, a fireplace and an interior inspired by the soon-to-reopen Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and Dabble, an impressive new signature dining and cocktail destination from Executive Chef Sani Hebaj already proving popular with visitors and locals alike.
To find out more about the all-suite hotel, HM Editor-In-Chief, James Gregory Wilkinson, spoke exclusively to Conrad New York Midtown General Manager, Robert H. Rechtermann.
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