Best Rooms: The hotel offers both Central Park View Rooms and Hudson River View Rooms, with the Premier category providing the best views. The Central Park view is usually preferred by most guests, but rooms offering these views are also more expensive.
5 star hotel
Area: Lincoln Square
0.78 mi from Beacon Theater
Best Rooms: Park View rooms offer the best views, which are of Central Park; the higher the floor you're on, the more expansive the views will be. If you want a good city view, be sure to request a room that's on floor 20 or higher.
4.5 star hotel
Area: Theater District - Times Square
0.97 mi from Beacon Theater
Best Rooms: The hotel offers a view of the Central park from the rooms facing towards the south on floors 3 – 34 and the view of the Manhattan is towards the west on floors 14 – 34.
Best Rooms: Deluxe rooms facing south on the higher floors will have a view of Midtown, while Deluxe rooms facing north will have a view of Uptown. The Midtown view is a bit more appealing. There's a building between the hotel and Central Park, so the Central Park views may not be ideal. The hotel always fills the higher floors first, so you'll have a good chance of getting a room with a view if you book early.
Best Rooms: Rooms either have views of Madison Avenue, 77th Street or a courtyard. Rooms facing 77th Avenue, on floors 6 and higher, have the best views and are available in a few different room categories -- including the Seventy-Seven rooms.
Best Rooms: To get a view of Central Park, request a room above floor 20, facing Madison Avenue. Tower Premier rooms provide the best views of Central Park and the Manhattan skyline, and are located between floors 20 - 33.