The Hilton New York Times Square hotel, which closed in the early days of the pandemic in March 2020, reopened its doors to guests this week.
The hotel’s previous owner, Sunstone Hotel Investors, had said the hotel was permanently closed, but was sold earlier this year to Newbond Holdings, Witkoff Group and Apollo Global Management, allowing it to reopen.
“This is an incredibly vibrant time of year in New York, and the reopening of the Hilton New York Times Square demonstrates our confidence in the revival of this iconic neighborhood,” said Danny Hughes, president of the Hilton Americas region.
The 478-key property is located at 234 West 42nd Street and opened in 2000. It is located in the heart of the theater district.
Dining options for guests include Above Restaurant, located 21 stories above Times Square, serving breakfast, as well as a grab-and-go market selling salads and sandwiches. The Pinnacle Bar, opening later this year, is the hotel’s lobby bar, serving drinks while offering great views of Times Square.
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