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King & Grove New York
New York City, New York
Why Stay At King & Grove New York
This modern Art Deco hotel is the ultimate Manhattan pied-à-terre, with 276 sleek rooms just minutes from Madison Square Park and the Empire State Building.
Midtown Manhattan got an extra dollop of Art Deco charm in 2011, when the 276-room King & Grove New York opened on East 29th Street, on the fringes of hip NoMad (North of Madison Square Park), a central area teeming with stylish hotels and restaurants. Public spaces have a swank-lounge feel amped up with plum-hued wall draperies, plenty of mirrors, and black leather couches and chairs. Upstairs, über-modern rooms still manage to retain a homey vibe (slate tiles; 300-thread count linens). You'll find Mediterranean staples like chicken with rosemary, artichokes, and capers at the hotel's restaurant, or venture outside: it's only a 10-minute walk to Times Square and Grand Central Station.
Small but modern, the on-site fitness center is tucked away on the lower level and is open 24 hours a day.
For a cocktail and a spectacular view of the Manhattan skyline, head to King & Grove New York's sister hotel, the King & Grove Williamsburg, for it's rooftop deck, open to all King & Grove guests.
Arrive at LaGuardia Airport (LGA) which is approximately 9 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 20 and 45 minutes of travel time depending on traffic. You may also opt to arrive at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) or Newark Liberty International Airport (EWE).29 East 29th Street, New York City, New York, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- 24-Hour Business Center
- 24-Hour Fitness Center
- Concierge Service
- Complimentary Newspaper
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Flat-screen TVs
- Frette Linens
- Spacious Bathrooms
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Lobby Cocktail Lounge
- 2 person max occupancy in all rooms
- Complimentary WiFi in all rooms
Why We Love New York City
The City That Never Sleeps lives up to the moniker, alive with exhibitions and special events at the world's most iconic museums during the day and pulsing with active nightlife after dark.
92 Madison Ave.
Dinner for two $100.
Where to Drink: A gastrobar in NoMad, LuLu & Me serves specialty cocktails alongside sharable plates of mussels or polpettini. Don't miss the Dark and Stormy (dark rum and ginger beer).
253 Fifth Ave.
Drinks for two $20.
Outdoor Excursion: Originally built in the Bronx in 1923, the new-in-2009 Yankee Stadium retains much of the original's charm. If you're not there during baseball season, take a 45-minute tour of the NYC landmark.
1 E. 161st St., Bronx.
Best Day Trip: Travel about an hour north of the city to historic Cold Spring on Hudson. Scour Main Street for antiques, browse the Garrison Art Center, and wander through more than 60 acres of gardens, fields, and woodlands at Stonecrop Gardens.
Why Go Now
December 31, 2012
Times Square New Year's Eve
From parties around the city to the main event at Times Square, the city lights up every December 31.
All-inclusive passes $245.
February 7-14, 2013
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week
More than 100 designers showcase their collections for spring, summer, and fall.
March 17, 2013
New York City Saint Patrick's Day Parade
NYC's oldest parade (begun in 1762) starts at 44th Street and follows a route up Fifth Avenue to 86th Street.
April 17-27 2013
Tribeca Film Festival
This annual film festival draws 3 million locals to more than 100 independent films screened throughout the city.