Manhattan, NY (PRWEB) July 24, 2014
Centrally located near major Manhattan attractions, Iroquois New York offers luxury boutique accommodations near Bryant Park, Grand Central Station and 5th Avenue shopping. One of the most appealing aspects of this luxury hotel is their high-end restaurant, Triomphe. Guests can enjoy delicious culinary creations like Almond Crusted Sea Scallops and Sautéed Striped Bass from renowned chef Florian Wehrli.
Through September 2, 2014, this boutique hotel in Midtown Manhattan is offering a new Dine & Stay package. This promotion includes a $30 credit to Triomphe Restaurant and a one-night stay in a deluxe room, featuring premier amenities such as complimentary Wi-Fi, Frette Linens, Italian marble bathrooms, turndown service with Le Belge Chocolate and more. Guests who wish to upgrade to premium king rooms or suites may do so for an additional charge.
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“We wanted to encourage guests staying in our luxurious boutique accommodations to enjoy the exceptional dining experience at our intimate Triomphe Restaurant,” said Robert Holmes, General Manager.
About the Iroquois New York
Tucked between Fifth and Sixth avenues in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, the Iroquois New York provides refined accommodations in a peaceful location just steps from the bustle of Times Square and Broadway. The boutique hotel, built in 1923 in the style of an elegant private mansion, offers 114 deluxe rooms and nine spacious suites. The newly restored French limestone façade faces a tree-lined sidewalk, leading west to Times Square and east to Grand Central Station. Hotel amenities include top-Zagat-rated French-American Triomphe restaurant, 24-hour room service, complimentary Wi-Fi access, expert concierge service, an onsite library and a free 24-hour fitness center. Each room is lavishly appointed with Italian marble bathrooms, Frette towels and robes, Molton Brown bath products and Simmons Beautyrest mattresses. The nine recently renovated suites feature Jacuzzi tubs, Bose radios with iPod docks, two HD TVs and stellar views of 44th Street.