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A block South of Bryant Park in Midtown, the Archer Hotel puts you right in the middle of it all. Great for both work or pleasure, the hotel’s central location is walking distance from Times Square and Grand Central Station. The hotel itself boasts an ‘industrial elegance’, inspired by the way the neighborhood was back in the 1940’s – think lots of exposed brick, high ceilings, Chesterfield-style sofas, and old-time Bugatti accents. The artwork and décor throughout the hotel really speaks to the story of old New York. Like most everywhere in the City, the rooms are on the small side, but they are cleverly designed and have delightfully cozy beds. We can’t forget to mention the Spyglass rooftop bar. It’s particularly close to the Empire State Building. There’s not a better way to spend a sunny afternoon.
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