BCDG Studio’s Stefany Cotter designs Hampton Inn by Hilton Manhattan

Hilton Worldwide opened the Hampton Inn by Hilton Manhattan/Times Square Central, its latest property to join Hampton by Hilton, the brand of more than 2,000 Hampton Inn by Hilton, Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton, and Hampton by Hilton hotels. The 300-room hotel, located at 220 West 41st St, is managed by OTO Development, Spartanburg SC.

Involved in the design of the property was Stefany Cotter of the BCDG Studio.

The new hotel has the Perfect Mix Lobby, designed as an extension of the guestroom with a variety of seating and lighting options. Additionally, the hotel has TREATS, a new food-and-beverage shop.

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Guestrooms offers the brand's signature Clean and fresh Hampton bed, 40-inch flat-screen TV, laptop-size safe, free in-room movie channel, and coffeemaker. The rooms offer views of New York City on the upper floors, or from the hotel's rooftop observation deck on the 32nd floor.

The hotel also offers amenities such as free Wi-Fi connectivity, a fitness center, a 24-hour business center with complimentary printing and a 425-square-foot meeting space that can accommodate up to 12 people.

Hampton Inn by Hilton Manhattan/Times Square Central is located near such New York City attractions as the Broadway Theater District, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Empire State Building and all of Times Square. 

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