This Hilton is perfectly located in the Theatre District, close to Metro and Times Square. Centrally located in Manhattan. In a week we went to a brunch in Chelsea, walked the High Line, went to a jazz club, saw two plays and a musical, did a 6
hour walking tour of Downtown, visited central park and rode the carousel, did a little shopping, and ate great food! Our room was very clean and comfortable, spacious, and well-appointed, including a microwave and small refrigerator. Small but serviceable fitness center with two treadmills, two elipticals, a seated bicycle, free weights, kettle ball, tubes, and exercise ball. Plus, alternatively, you can get a fitness kit sent to your room. Only thing missing was a spa; would've been nice to soak my feet after walking all day! USA Today delivered daily. Starbucks coffee in the lobby in the morning. 24-hour business center with four laptops (free wi-fi), and printer. Free wi-fi throughout the hotel. Gracious staff. My traveling companion and I were both very, very pleased with this hotel. Would definitely stay there again.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Colors restaurant/bar right next door to the Public Theatre. Great food and service. El Centro Mexican restaurant near Central Park West.
The location was perfect, just what I wanted to be in the middle of Time Square. We walked around the corner to see a Broadway show and another 1/2 block to be in the middle of the excitement of Times Square.
The cost was a little high - what's up
with $65 in taxes and fees.