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What You Get:
- Stay in a Deluxe Queen Room
- $119-$149 per night … Jan. 1 – March 3
- $179 per night … select dates March 4-31
- Bonus: Dec. 16-25 start at $149 per night
- Upgraded rooms are also on sale
- Waived facility fee (a $39 value, tax inclusive) per room, per night; it covers Wi-Fi on multiple devices, wine hour from 5-6 p.m., daily coffee and tea and 24-hour fitness center access
Named for the Baptist Church’s American founder, the Roger Williams Hotel originally opened in the 1930s before shortening its name and being redesigned as one of midtown’s most stylish hotels in 2012. The chic lobby embraces its art deco past and features tufted blue velvet sofas, black-and-white photographs and bubble-like light fixtures. From the NoMad location, hotel guests can walk to the Empire State Building or Madison Square Garden in less than 10 minutes.
White panelled walls in the guest rooms are brightened with oversized prints of New York City’s most famous landmarks and all include flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, a gourmet minibar and Egyptian cotton bedding. Large, soundproof windows flood the spaces with natural light, and upgraded accommodations with private, furnished terraces are also available. All room rates include 24-hour access to the hotel’s fitness center.
The hotel’s Taste of New York Breakfast Pantry features a delicious buffet of treats from notable Manhattan restaurants like Sarabeth’s, Balthazar, H&H Bagels and Petrossian Cafe. Each afternoon, the property hosts a complimentary wine hour, exclusive to overnight visitors. Hometown favorites like the West Village’s Murray’s Cheese Bar make cameos on the dinner menu served at the Parlour. For more privacy, the full menu is available for dinner service en suite or on private terraces.
Posted in Travel on December 03, 2018 09:28 PM