Fortuna Realty to open 27-story New York hotel in June

The Hotel Hendricks will feature 176 guestrooms, more than any of Fortuna Realty Group's other Manhattan properties. Photo credit: Fortuna Realty Group

Fortuna Realty Group’s 27-story Hotel Hendricks will open in New York City this June. The 176-guestroom luxury hotel, located steps from Bryant Park and the Fashion District, will represent the company’s largest, by room count, property in Manhattan.

The hotel will feature three food-and-beverage offerings: a full-service restaurant, a rooftop bar and a lobby bar. The on-site Carbonero Restaurant will serve tapas-style meals in a contemporary atmosphere. On the roof, The Zoo will provide panoramic views of Midtown Manhattan. Opposite the reception area, the Lobby Bar will serve both hotel guests and locals.

“Hotel Hendricks is going to bring so many elements of added value to the Midtown area,” Sietse Nabben, the hotel's GM, said in a statement. “The amenities at the property along with the design and exceptional F&B are slated to continue giving guests a reason to choose the hotel as their destination of choice.”

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Fortuna Realty Group is a New York City-based real estate investment and development company. Its portfolio, located throughout the United States and the Caribbean, consists of independent hotels and resorts, as well as commercial properties. Other Manhattan locations include the 120-room Hotel Hayden, the 118-room Hotel Henri by Wyndham and the 122-room Hotel Hugo.

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