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This sophisticated residential-style suite is well-appointed for extended stays or family travel with a full kitchen and laundry facilities.
Bedroom 1: 1 King
Bedroom 2: 1 King
Whip up your favorite meal in the fully-equipped kitchen.
Relax or entertain in this spacious living area.
Unwind and relax in your own personal spa-inspired bathroom.
Always stay fresh with this washer dryer combo.
The Two Bedroom Suite at AKA Times Square features sophisticated decor with hardwood floors and decor in dark brown, white, and black. You'll find a dining table for four that can double as a meeting table, a living room with a leather sofa and armchairs, and two private bedrooms where you can enjoy a restful night of sleep on a King-size bed outfitted in luxury linens. Each two bedroom suite stretches more than 850 square feet and features a modern kitchen with full-size stainless steel Sub Zero Bosch appliances and quartz countertops. A convenient washer and dryer make this an excellent suite for extended stays.
Located in the heart of the Theater District in Midtown Manhattan, the AKA Times Square provides the best of both worlds with a private respite, yet access to the vibrant energy of the Times Square neighborhood. The hotel's sophisticated furnished residences are great for stays ranging from a few days to a few months. This location affords convenient access to plenty of Manhattan's best dining, entertainment, and nightlife scene. Enjoy a bite to eat at the neighborhood favorite Hunt & Fish Club adjacent to the hotel or grab a gourmet coffee from the hotel's cafe. The hotel is just steps away from world class Broadway shows, Bryant Park, Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, and The International Center of Photography. A full renovation by a top team of architects has revamped the interior to modern sophistication, striking a unique balance to the landmark Romanesque Revival facade designed by famed architect George Keister in 1893. The bi-level penthouse lounge dreamt up by architect and designer Piero Lissoni is not to be missed, featuring a rooftop terrace, Technogym fitness center, and media nook.