The DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York Times Square West opens for business

Hilton opened the new DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York Times Square West, located in the heart of Manhattan.

The newly built high-rise hotel is steps from the Broadway theater district, The Jacob Javits Convention Center, dozens of shops and restaurants, the Empire State Building and many other New York attractions. The 37-story property has 612 rooms, each with theater district-inspired artwork and many offering views of the city or the Hudson River.

“Times Square is the heartbeat of New York City, offering travelers a convenient respite between their business meetings and a thrilling destination to enjoy the theater district, shopping and diverse cuisine options,” Dianna Vaughan, SVP and global head, DoubleTree by Hilton, said in a statement. “We’re delighted to now open this amazing Times Square location, welcoming guests with our signature, warm DoubleTree Cookie and delivering award-winning service throughout their stay.”

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Views of the Manhattan skyline are on the menu at Lovage Rooftop & Indoor Lounge, which offers cocktails, light fare and nightly live music until 2 a.m. Dining – for breakfast, lunch and dinner – is available at Magnolia Restaurant, an American Bistro with menu items curated by executive chef Brian Pancir, a longtime chef for the New York Yankees and New York Giants. A rarity for a Manhattan hotel, outdoor seating is also available on the patio in front of and behind the hotel.

The hotel is managed by Crescent Hotels & Resorts, a nationally recognized hotel and resorts operator that manages more than 20 U.S. properties in the Hilton portfolio. 

“We’re thrilled to debut the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York Times Square West as the newest addition to Crescent’s NYC portfolio,” Michael George, CEO of Crescent Hotels & Resorts, said in a statement. “Crescent’s extensive experience in New York City, along with our history of exceptional service as a major Hilton manager will maximize the potential of this great hotel.

Each guestroom at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York Times Square West offers the brand’s Sweet Dreams Sleep Experience beds, a work desk with WiFi access and an adjustable desk chair, coffeemaker and a large window that opens. 

Guests may also order room service; or pick up snacks, sandwiches, salads, beer and wine in the onsite 24-hour Made Market Pantry. Business meetings and events accommodating up to 75 guests may be held in the hotel’s 1,000 square feet of meeting and banquet facilities. A sound system and A/V equipment are also available, as is a fully-equipped 24-hour business center.

The hotel also provides a full complement of services and DoubleTree by Hilton brand amenities, including an assortment of gourmet in-room tea and coffee offerings by The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, and an array of the Crabtree & Evelyn natural skin and body care line.

“This beautiful new hotel blends the finest, modern features with the caring service and thoughtful touches that will make their stay in New York great,” Richard Hotter, GM of the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel New York Times Square West, said in a statement. “Our entire staff is excited to welcome our guests with the simple acts of kindness DoubleTree by Hilton is known for worldwide.” 

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