New York is a city that never sleeps…. And, it is truly standing up to its reputation. Hotel scene in New York these days is becoming vibrant than ever before. Media reports recently said that many new hotels are ready to be added and quite a few of them being refurbished. Whether its contemporary or classic, small or large, downtown or uptown – there is progress everywhere on the hotel front.
For many years now Manhattan’s busy streets have been prime targets for hoteliers. However, Brooklyn is also not to be left behind. According to media reports, many new hotels are likely to be opened in this area in the coming years. The reports said that nearly 14 hotels, both new and refurbished, are set to make the Big Apple most sought after by the business travelers and vacationers. Let’s take a look at the developments on the hotel front.
The third Renaissance Hotel is set to be opened by Marriott International on West 35th Street within few weeks. The location of the hotel would be between Penn Station and Bryant Park. The Renaissance New York Midtown will have a total of 350 rooms, in addition to meeting and conference facilities, as well as an Irish Pub named “Rock and Reilly’s”.
InterContinental The Barclay, which was closed for a $175 million revamp in September 2014, will be opened once again from April 21, 2016. Room reservations are now being accepted by the hotel. After renovation, the hotel will now have 700 rooms and suites. Among other amenities here include conference facilities, restaurant and bar, and a new Club Lounge.
A new hotel is set to be opened in Brooklyn. The Williamsburg Hotel is slated to be opened on Brooklyn’s Wythe Avenue in spring 2016. The Williamsburg Hotel will be located next to the Wythe Hotel. The new hotel will be offering a total of 150 rooms as well as an Italian restaurant.