New York hotel bringing Italy to the Big Apple

New York’s Michelangelo Hotel is the only European boutique hotel in midtown Manhattan. The Michelangelo is ideally located to present the best of New York – with unmistakably genteel Italian flair.

New York’s Michelangelo Hotel is the jewel in the Starhotels crown. The company operates 19 four-star luxury hotels, and the Michelangelo is one of only two outside Italy.

Scandinavians in New York are particularly drawn to the Michelangelo for its multi-lingual concierge service and its unbeatable location. In the heart of New York’s buzz, the Michelangelo Hotel is a stone’s throw from the shops of 5th Avenue, the theatres of Broadway, Times Square, Central Park and a huge list of other attractions.

Despite its enviable location, the stress and hustle of the city melt away as soon as one enters the Michelangelo. For this reason, the hotel’s Lobby Lounge is as popular with lunching New Yorkers as it is with international visitors.

As far as New York hotels go, the Michelangelo manages to be both sumptuously designed and fitted, but without pretension or stuffiness. European artwork adorns public and private spaces, Italian woodwork features authentic Renaissance designs and fine imported fabrics are used throughout, including silk and velvet.

The same vibe extends to the Michelangelo’s service: the 24-hour modern fitness centre and the staff’s aptitude for snapping up the best Broadway tickets contrast perfectly with the twice-daily housekeeping, including turndown Baci chocolates, and the complimentary morning limousine service to Wall Street.

Michelangelo Hotel guestrooms are among the largest in New York, averaging 475 square feet. Most rooms includes marble foyer, sitting area, king size bed, two television sets, full-length mirror and mini-bar.

The Michelangelo Hotel is recognised by Travel & Leisure Magazine as one of the top 500 ‘Greatest Hotels of the World’ and has been placed on the ‘Gold List’ for the “Best Place to Stay in the Whole World” by Condë Nast Traveler.

The hotel’s own website guarantees to offer the best prices for accommodations, and it also offers an invaluable guide to the hotel and its services. For more information, please visit


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