Tourists who are looking for accommodations big on value will find Astor on the Park truly ideal. The hotel along 465 Central Park West is any traveler?s gateway to Central Park. The recently refurbished seven-story hotel offers proximity to key attractions-including the Radio City Music Hall, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Rockefeller Center-and sweeping park views. Itineraries can be effortlessly arranged with the Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden found nearby. For shopping options, Fifth Avenue is just a short taxi ride away.
There are plenty of friendly coffee shops, delectable brunch spots, Chinese restaurants, and generous burger joints in the area. Although the hotel offers basic amenities in a recently renovated historic building, the Astor on the Park does not skimp on services.
Tourists on a budget but do not wish to skimp on location will find Astor on the Parks range of accommodations irresistible. The 112 rooms have all been furnished with smart decor and several comforts. Guest rooms are complete with alarm clocks, CD Players, color television, and telephones. Marble bathrooms are decent and feature extras such as hairdryers and glass vanities.
Even if the rooms are a bit on the small side, travelers get more than what they pay for with ultra comfortable beddings. Guests on an extended stay can request for iron and ironing boards. For a small fee, the hotel?s guests can avail of wireless internet access. Travelers can quickly prepare a snack with machines and coffee-making facilities found in the kitchenette tucked downstairs.
Travelers can quickly prepare a snack with machines and coffee-making facilities found in the kitchenette tucked downstairs. For complete meals, New York City has a lot to offer. Restaurants on the Upper West Side offer a wide array of price and ethnic choices, which are great when guests want to avoid the overpriced Lincoln Center.