Right at the heart of The Big Apple sits the New York Marriott Marquis hotel, boasting over 2,000 guest rooms, New York City's largest hotel fitness centre, a private Concierge Lounge exclusively for top-tier Marriott Rewards members, and more. With views towards Times Square from selected rooms...
Being one of three Lufthansa lounges at JFK Airport's Terminal 1, the Lufthansa Business Lounge is the go-to space for business class travellers jetting trans-Atlantic, or across to Asia and the Middle East from New York City. Whether you're flying with Lufthansa or another Star Alliance airline...
It may not be the tallest building in the Manhattan skyline, but the Trump International Hotel and Tower occupies a commanding position over Central Park, with sweeping views across one of New York City’s most famous landmarks.
Built in 1931 and originally the Hotel Tudor, the now Hilton Manhattan East hotel in New York Midtown offers 300 rooms in practically the centre of the city, but which we found to be incredibly small: even by New York standards. We also found the property's stance toward its Hilton HHonors guest...
Planning a New York trip but want something 'different' to your average big city chain hotel? Hotel Hugo in West SoHo, Manhattan could be your solution: a luxury boutique property drawing on trendy industrial style to create a unique atmosphere for guests staying in its 122 rooms. While there's ...
Welcoming everybody from Qantas Club members right through to Oneworld business class passengers, the American Airlines Admirals Club lounge at New York's JFK airport is the go-to spot for most jetsetters flying through Terminal 8. Better yet, if you're stuck on the outside a payment of just US$...
If your wallet packs an American Express card – that's any AMEX card, including the fee-free varieties – make time for the American Express Centurion Lounge when you next fly through New York's LaGuardia Airport. With a cocktail bar, dining area, business zone and even a concierge se...
While American Airlines doesn't have 'first class' lounges per se, its better-than-business class 'Flagship Lounges' are where first class passengers and some top-level frequent flyers can relax in a space that's their own. We go behind the frosted glass doors in New York's JFK Airport to see wh...×
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