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A balcony with breathtaking views of the New York City skyline and a glass-enclosed rain shower await guests in this congenial suite.
Bedroom: 1 King and 1 Sofabed
Invigorate your senses with these luxurious bath amenities.
Get some work done or share a meal in this dining area.
Enjoy the convenience of comfortable seating by day and an extra bed at night.
Share a meal or take in the cityscape with this large balcony space.
Ensure deep sleep with this premium bedding.
Refresh and rejuvenate in this state-of-the-art rain shower.
Featuring dazzling views of the New York City skyline from the 400 square foot balcony, the Terrace Junior 1 King Suite at The Quin Central Park by Hilton Club boasts an ideal Midtown Manhattan location. Enjoy a meal at the indoor dining table, or dine al fresco in the private outdoor dining area while gazing at the city lights. Business travelers will appreciate the comfortable workspace in this tasteful one-bedroom suite, which also includes a sofabed for accommodating extra guests. In the sleek, marble bathroom, you'll find numerous boutique bath amenities and a spacious, glass-enclosed rain shower. After spending the day exploring New York, delight in a night of rejuvenating sleep in the King-size bed with premium bedding.
No matter your passion, The Quin Central Park by Hilton Club has something to offer. Art lovers will be impressed by the video art wall and intricate graffiti, both part of a carefully curated selection of art that reflects the Quin's history as a home to renowned artists like Georgia O'Keefe. The state-of-the-art gym features modern equipment and scheduled classes, making this hotel an ideal choice for fitness enthusiasts. If you’re a foodie, the on-site restaurant, The Wayfarer, serves delectable American meals and cocktails, and an enormous variety of more exotic cuisines are all just a short walk away. This Midtown hotel also provides easy access to many of Manhattan's most notable attractions, including Carnegie Hall, 5th Avenue Shopping, and Radio City Music Hall.