NEW YORK—The 226-room Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan Central Park has opened.
Located at 538 W. 58th St., the property offers complimentary amenities, including a full American hot breakfast, wired and wireless internet access and a seven-day pass to a local fitness club. The property is proximate to local attractions such as Central Park, Columbus Circle, Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Museum of Modern Art, Carnegie Hall and the Fifth Ave. shopping district.
Guestrooms, configured as 165 king rooms and 61 double-double rooms, are equipped with a 42-in. HD TV with premium channels, laptop safe, coffee- and tea-maker, mini fridge and new bedding. A desk and office chair are also provided. The centerpiece of the hotel’s lobby is Bar 58, a lounge showcasing artwork, natural window light and a spiral marble staircase to the lower level. The hotel also will offer a complimentary 24-hour, on-site gym and business center.
“Delivering both function and comfort, our new design and decor elevate the Fairfield brand, setting a new standard in moderately priced hotels,” said Shruti Buckley, VP and global brand manager, Fairfield Inn & Suites.
The hotel will be the first Marriott to be owned by M&R Hotel Group and managed by M&R Hotel Management, both of Great Neck, NY.
“The opening of this hotel marks the debut of M&R’s relationship with Marriott International,” said Brian McSherry, CEO of M&R. “We plan to build on this relationship by opening other Marriott brands in Manhattan in the near future.”
M&R Hotel Management is a third-party management company with a portfolio of 17 hotels, including 14 in New York City, one near Boston and two in the Caribbean. The company is headquartered in Great Neck, NY with an office in Dallas.