Jessica Shaw redesigns Broadway @ Times Square Hotel lobby

Apple Core Hotels completed a lobby renovation at the Broadway @ Times Square Hotel, located at West 46th Street between 6th and 7th Avenue. A redesign and repositioning of the property’s breakfast room and lobby see the addition of amenities such as charging points and a business center. The property is located near Times Square, Rockefeller Center and Broadway.

The renovation was done under Jessica Shaw of Moment Design + Productions.

Custom lighting plays an integral part in the design plan. The lighting highlights wave-like ceiling height variances and a custom, Broadway-inspired LED wall brightens up the lounge area with a grid of pin lights. A backlit wall and custom murals anchor the design of the new breakfast lounge.

Apple Core Hotels offers complimentary amenities, including the hotel group’s “Three for Free” amenities – complimentary Wi-Fi throughout all properties, phone calls to anywhere in the US and Canada and continental breakfast offered daily. A fitness center is also available.

Apple Core Hotels is a group of five, centrally-located, midtown Manhattan hotels. All five properties have: free Wi-Fi Internet access in all rooms and public spaces, free nationwide and toll-free calling, complimentary daily breakfast, fitness facilities, business centers, in-room video games, movies on-demand and an iPhone docking station. The properties are located within walking distance to New York attractions, such as the Empire State Building, Times Square, Central Park and Macy’s.

Apple Core Hotels properties include nyma, the new york manhattan hotel, on 32nd Street west of Fifth Avenue; the smoke-free Broadway @ Times Square, west of Sixth Avenue on 46th Street; The Hotel @ Times Square, on 46th Street off Sixth Avenue; the landmark La Quinta Manhattan, on 32nd Street west of Fifth Avenue; and the Ramada New York/Eastside, at 30th Street and Lexington Avenue.

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