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Top 4 NYC Hotels Located Near Grand Central Station

Traveling by plane, train, or automobile into NYC? We live in New York and have had to travel into the city by train for work event hotel stays. Of course, after work there was also time for play,  enjoying the sights, sounds, and unbelievable tastes of the Big Apple. If you're like me, ideally, when selecting a hotel, you'd want to find quality lodging, centrally located near Grand Central Terminal. I'll be honest in saying that New York City offers a vast difference in accommodation choices and rates. When planning your next trip to stay in NYC, here's a quick list of four of the top hotels located in the immediate area near grand Central Station.

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Top 4 NYC Hotels Located Near Grand Central Station


Library Hotel
"The Library receives its accolades for the unique themed decor that emphasizes the 10 primary classifications of the Dewey Decimal System. Each of the ten floors in the hotel are dedicated to exhibits in areas of philosophy, technology, and literature. In addition to the fanciful decor, room accommodations include mini-fridges, iHome radios, and Gilchrist & Soames toiletries. Guests are treated to a complimentary breakfast, free wireless access, and nightly indulgence of wine and cheese. The views of the Manhattan skyline from suites around the property are amazing, but the real benefit is the access to Grand Central Station."

The Renwick Hotel
"A little further down the road from Grand Central Terminal is the Renwick Hotel. If you are interested in being closer to the Chrysler Building or Public Library, this hotel is suited for these iconic buildings. The unique attraction for this property is the rooms where celebrated writers like F. Scott Fitzgerald and John Steinbeck used to reside. The rooms, now decorated with local artwork, boast flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, and free Wi-Fi access. There is a fitness center and a 24-hour business area, as well as a restaurant where you can find classic American fare."
Hotel Boutique
"A few steps away from Grand Central, the Hotel Boutique has the added benefit of being close to the United Nations Headquarters, Bryant Park, and the Chrysler Building. You don’t have to go that far to enjoy your visit, as the property has its own on-site perks. Guests are treated to Keurig coffee makers in their rooms, as well as premium bedding for a cozy night’s sleep. There is complimentary Wi-Fi, and guests have the ability to loan iPads or use the business center. If you are hungry, the 24-hour delivery service offers a variety of tasty dishes, or you can enjoy homemade pasta at the on-site Italian Steakhouse."

Westgate New York Grand Central
"A classic and comfortable hotel conveniently located near the Station, the Westgate Hotel Midtown Manhattan brings luxury and affordability to the New York City hotel scene. The newly renovated Luxe Rooms have herringbone wood flooring, backlit LED mirrors in the bathrooms, quartz vanities, and triple-pane windows reducing the noise from the busy NYC streets. There is an on-site restaurant, fitness center, Wi-Fi access, and laundry services."
New York City is amazingly diverse with so much to offer in terms of work, entertainment, and experiences. With convenient central locations in close proximity to transportation, as well as iconic landmarks within the Big Apple, you can have everything you need around you, regardless of whether your visit is for business or pleasure. Simply take your pick from these stellar accommodation recommendations.

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