Suites are large by city standards and feel more like mini-apartments, with as much as 400 square feet of space
Easy walking access to Midtown Manhattan’s riches, including world class shopping, theater, restaurants and bars
Some rooms feature commanding city views of the Empire State Building and One World Trade Center
What To Know
An on-site restaurant/bar setup is expected to open in early 2016; until then a lobby-level espresso/pastry bar can get you caffeinated for your morning meetings
Pet-friendly: You can bring Fido along for a nominal fee
Easy access to Penn Station and Grand Central Terminal
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New business-friendly sleep in Midtown Manhattan, with a soon-to-open restaurant and bar and easy access to NYC’s most popular attractions
A brand new entry to the Midtown hotel scene, the Executive Hotel Le Soleil opened its 22-floor tower in August 2015, an East Coast sister property to the original Le Soleil, in Vancouver. The spacious suites are large by city standards (starting at 300 square feet) and have stylish flourishes without giving up a button-down utility. All accommodations feature ample work space, Keurig coffeemakers and down pillows and duvets for peaceful slumber. The bathrooms pamper guests with Italian-based Acca Kappa products, marble countertops and plush robes and slippers, while the 24-hour fitness center helps keep business travelers stay on track anytime. Some rooms on the upper floors feature commanding city views of the nearby Empire State Building and, far downtown, One World Trade Center. The hotel’s restaurant and bar setup is still in the works; expect a full-service operation (including room service) to come online in early 2016. Until then a lobby-level espresso/pastry bar can get you caffeinated for your morning meetings.
In the Area
Located in the heart of Midtown, the Executive Le Soleil NYC is as centrally located as can be. It’s surrounded by the attractions and energy of the city’s most tourist-friendly neighborhood, just a few blocks from the theater district, Bryant Park, Times Square and the shopping near Herald Square (home of the vast original Macy’s) and along Fifth Avenue. Grab dinner and a nightcap at Keen’s (a storied New York steakhouse) or hop over a few blocks to chef April Bloomfield’s trendy bar/eatery at the Breslin. Koreatown is a few blocks away; try Mandoo Bar for dumplings or Gagopa for late night karaoke.