New York, NY (PRWEB) February 26, 2008
The Buckingham Hotel, a boutique property in midtown Manhattan, is offering their lowest room rates for 2008 during a special 24 hour only sale on February 29th to celebrate the Leap Year.
This limited time offer guarantees rooms starting at $169 per night for reservations made between 7 p.m. Thursday, February 28th and 7 p.m. Friday, February 29th. The offer is limited to room stays from Friday to Monday between February 29th and July 7th, 2008.
Located on 57th Street and 6th Avenue, just blocks away from Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, the Museum of Natural History and the city's best shopping on 5th Avenue, the Buckingham Hotel offers the perfect location to start the quintessential New York City getaway.
The special low room rates are only available online. Click here to book now or visit Buckingham Hotel and use booking code LEAP. Blackout dates and restrictions may apply. Promotion dates will not be extended once the sale is over, nor will further rooms be available at this rate.
About the Buckingham
The Buckingham Hotel is perfectly located on 57th Street and 6th Avenue in Manhattan. With décor that echoes the red velvet and dark wood of the famed concert hall, the Buckingham has been host to the world's top classical musicians and other celebrities for generations.
Amenities at the Buckingham include a complete pre-arrival concierge service, full-service business center, in-room high-speed anywhere-Internet connection, wired meeting space and a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center with private shower and sauna.
The Patrons' Lounge offers a flat-panel television that screens CNBC. The Buckingham also offers a lending library of live Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center music and performance on CD and DVD.
The property is just seconds from Central Park, David Letterman's Ed Sullivan Theatre, Steinway's piano gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, the renowned 57th Street art galleries as well as shopping destinations like Bergdorf Goodman, Tiffany, Prada, Gucci, Burberry and Barneys.
Stylish and smart, the public spaces of the Buckingham are filled with music and commissioned artwork from the property's own permanent collection - starting right at the front door with the Buckingham's signature stained glass "Dancing King" and eleven unique installations of deconstructed musical instruments ("Bounce Fugue") that line the entrance way.