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Deluxe Guest room with one king bed
New York City
A high-end hotel in a landmark building in the heart of Manhattan, between Madison and Fifth avenues
Omni Berkshire Place occupies a landmark
building once popular among New York artists and socialites (due to its
larger-than-average rooms, in part). This property is where
Rodgers and Hammerstein teamed up to write famed Broadway musical Oklahoma! in
1942. Before that, it was the creation of two of the designers behind
Grand Central Terminal. Today, it’s a winner of a TripAdvisor
Certificate of Excellence, and has been named one of the Best Hotels in New York by U.S. News and World Report.
Perhaps you’ll make your own mark on history – they say that you’re more creative when you’re more relaxed, and you’ll find it easy to unwind when you can order in tasty restaurant room service, while reclining on your plush feather pillows. Otherwise, you can continue learning about New York’s iconic past, this time, from surrounding Midtown. Your storied neighborhood houses Rock Center, the Empire State Building and Fifth Avenue. And if you want a taste of the hip city of today, you need only hop on the subway to Soho or Brooklyn.
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