My corner room on 17th floor was about 320 square feet, and had everything you’d expect from a 4-star hotel – a comfortable double bed, a desk, an armchair, a sofa and a TV. What made it stand out, however, was the marvelous panorama of the Hudson River on one side, and of New York’s skyscrapers on the other. It’s worth choosing a corner room because they feature two glass walls, giving onto the spectacular views both day and night. I particularly enjoyed the panorama at night, when the lights of the city, including nearby Broadway, are ablaze. I also admired the impressive views from the room’s small, wood-lined terrace.
The bathroom was lined with light stone and had both bath and shower. There were also toiletries and a hair dryer. Wooden floors, fancy painted furniture and photos of orchids and tulips added to the overall atmosphere.