• Endeavor Hospitality Group to Open 399-Room Marriott Courtyard New York Midtown West  

     
    POSTED February 5, 2019
     
  • Endeavor Hospitality Group to Open 399-Room Marriott Courtyard New York Midtown West  

     
    POSTED February 5, 2019
     

Endeavor Hospitality Group announced plans to open the Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown West in the heart of Manhattan’s trending Hudson Yards District. The 399-room, 28-floor hotel is slated to open in Spring 2019.  

Hudson Yards is New York’s hottest up-and-coming project, referred to as the “city within the city,” and is transforming the west side of New York. The new Courtyard New York Midtown West will be one of the Brand’s most well-appointed Courtyard properties, appealing to groups attending conferences at the Jacob Javits Convention Center and surrounding areas as well as business and leisure travelers. The property will be the first of several hotels Endeavor Hospitality Group will open in New York City. 

The Courtyard New York Midtown West’s guest rooms range from 270 to 700 square feet and include 23 suites. Most rooms have floor to ceiling windows, offering exceptional city and Hudson River views. In addition, the hotel will have over 1,700 square feet of meeting space and a full-service restaurant, bar and lounge with a large skylight.  

The grand-scale atrium lobby will feature a two-story living wall featuring six varietals of succulents. Guestrooms offer the familiar Courtyard comfort with added touches such as sateen bedding, hypoallergenic comforters, plush bathrobes and Jacquard-loom designed bath towels. All king rooms also offer a loveseat that converts to a twin sleeper. The property is dog-friendly and offers a Puparazzi package which includes a plush dog bed, bowls, doggie bags, and local map of pet friendly places to visit around New York City. Additional complimentary amenities offered are Forget-Me-Not travel essentials, Wi-Fi and a 24-hour workout facility with the latest LifeFitness equipment. 

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