Descriptive Essay About Hudson Hotel

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It’s not your top luxury spot, but the Hudson Hotel gets points for being a trendy boutique that offers you a stay near Central Park, Columbus Circle, Broadway shows, Lincoln Center and Hell’s Kitchen at an affordable price. This 876-room property is not a New York skyscraper with only 24 floors, but it is a central social hub with an eco-art greenhouse designed lobby, dim lit ambiance, and deep warm Makore wood walls that attract a young adult crowd to its on-property lounges, and bars. The Sky Terrace (open seasonal) offers skyline views of the Empire State Building and the Hudson River, while the Private Park—an extension of the lobby’s ivy shrub covered design—offers guest their own little piece of Central Park. Since it’s a Midtown…show more content…
The Private Park, the hotel 's very own eco-art nod to central park’s neighboring reach is yet another gem with antique pieces playing off of the lobby’s greenhouse-inspired theme. The Hudson Bar, one of the most social areas on the property is a sunken cozy lounge, with over 100 seats and 1700 square feet of tequila themed Jalisco inspired decor. The room’s come small and although they feature flat-screen HDTV, iPod docking station, a desk, and views of either the city, courtyard, or river, they are viewed as crash pads. Umami burger is the hotel 's on-property restaurant, which has mixed reviews. Overall considering its central location, the hotel offers some reasonable rates in a great place in the city for travelers looking to get out and have fun with the A/B/C/D/1 subway lines about a 3-minute walk from the space.

The Hudson is in the attractive busy area of midtown Manhattan on 58th street between 8th and 9th avenues. This neighborhood is complete with some of Manhattan’s main tourist attractions including Central Park, Columbus Circle, and Time Warner Center at just a 3-6 minute walk to the entrances. Other main attractions such as Times Square, a 14-minute train or car ride, the theater district, a 12-minute train ride, the American Museum of Natural History, a 9-minute train ride, Carnegie Hall, 8-minutes walking
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