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New York City – Business Travel Guide

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Business Travel Guide to New York City by Dav El | BostonCoach

Rejuvenate in the Heart of the City
The Bryant Park Hotel
40 W. 40th St
Award-winning “designer luxury”. Great location for business, shopping, and leisure. Rooms include a Bose music system and Egyptian cotton linens.

Kimpton Ink48 Hotel
653 11th Ave
A boutique hotel with modern decor, luxury accommodations and an incredible view of the city’s skyline.

Library Hotel
299 Madison Ave
A centrally located, intimate hotel, experience a daily continental breakfast buffet, wine & cheese every evening, and a library of inspiring books.

The Towers – Lotte New York Palace
455 Madison Ave
Ranking among the world’s premier hotels, immerse yourself in custom furnishings and skyline views in a spacious suite or private penthouse.

Experience Eclectic Eating
Club A Steakhouse
240 E. 58th St
Modern sophistication meets Old-World elegance. Fresh and delicious food; amazing desserts, attentive and knowledgeable staff.

60 E. 65th St
Award-winning contemporary French cuisine. Excellent food, world-class wines, gracious service, and an elegant atmosphere. Jacket & tie required.

228 W. 10th St
A modern take on traditional Italian cuisine with an unparalleled wine list. Two-floor seating, upscale bar, and private dining opportunities.

TAO Uptown
42 E. 58th St
Pan-Asian eatery boasting 300 seats for dining on 3 levels. It’s encouraged to make reservations up to one month in advance.

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