4 hotels open in New York

Hotel Kinsely's main building, formerly a bank, features 10 guestrooms, a restaurant, a bar, a lounge and a sauna. Photo credit: Nicole Franzen

Four hotels have opened in New York recently, including Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts’ first in New York City, a fourth Manhattan property from Fortuna Realty Group and two in Upstate New York. Here’s everything to know.

* Formerly the Viceroy Central Park New York, the 240-room Le Méridien New York, Central Park includes a restaurant, rooftop lounge, upgraded fitness center and more than 1,000 square feet of meeting space. Additional renovation work is slated to finish in 2020. HEI Hotels & Resorts operates the hotel and is overseeing the renovation process.

* A little over a mile away, the 176-room Hotel Hendricks opened July 26. It joins owner/operator Fortuna Realty Group’s three other Manhattan hotels: Hotel Hugo, Hotel Henri and Hotel Hayden. It features a full-service restaurant, two rooftop bar concepts and a lobby bar. The hotel is a member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts Lifestyle Collection.


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* In Kingston, N.Y., the Hotel Kinsley, owned and operated by CBSK Ironstate, has begun welcoming guests. It offers 43 guestrooms across four separate buildings, although only the main building, a former bank, is currently open. Two more buildings will open this fall, with the last to debut in 2020. The central building features 10 guestrooms, a restaurant, a bar, a lounge and a sauna.

* Dunning Hospitality opened the Tru by Hilton Middletown a few weeks ago. Operated by Paramount Hotel Group, the 103-room hotel features a fitness center and a 2,880-square-foot lobby. It is located near major shopping outlets, the Harness Racing Museum & Hall of Fame, Bethel Woods Center for the Performing Arts and Orange County Fairgrounds and Speedway.

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