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Hotel Eventi, a Kimpton Hotel

5 star hotel

851 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10001, US

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A towering, 54-story glass structure in Chelsea, Eventi is Kimpton's newest boutique hotel in New York City. Its nearly 300 guest rooms and suites are as comfortable as they're modern and are outfitted with flatscreen TVs, marble bathrooms and Frette Italian linens that make your room's pillow top mattresses even more fantastic. If you happen to be staying on a higher floor in a room that faces east, you'll be graced with a wonderful view of the Empire State Building. While the Eventi Hotel is one of the most popular hotels on the scene, it's what lies just outside that makes it so special. As you stroll down 29th Street, you'll notice that one wall of the hotel has a massive screen on it, which has become affectionately known as "The Big Screen Project." It provides entertainment for the multi-million-dollar Food Parc plaza, which was inspired by stretches of food stands and stalls that make street food so popular in cities like Bangkok and Hong Kong.


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Quiet Rooms

Rooms on higher floors facing away from 6th Avenue tend to be quieter.

Rooms with a View

To get the best city view, request a room that overlooks 6th Avenue, on floor 15 or higher.

Oversized Rooms

Deluxe King room types located on the corners are 25 square feet larger than standard room types, offered at a little higher rate.

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