West 57th Street By Hilton Club
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- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWest 57th Street By Hilton Club New York City
Mediocre, good location
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... they just disappear you then come out to a theatre which has a short presentation and then the walls lift and voila - all of New York is laid out 102 floors below you! And when I say all I mean all, and all of New Jersey, and all of Brooklyn and all of the Bronx, and, and, and. Sunset looked amazing but it was hard to get good photos - the vista is just so vast - like trying to take a photo of the whole of the Grand Canyon from a small plane. The ...
... that's good. It took an hour and a half to get from JFK Airport to the hotel. I didn't mind coz was looking at the view but I was stuck between 2 German women who were very impatient and a Japanese girl who kept falling asleep on my shoulder. I told her to not worry and sleep and I'd make sure she got off at right place. She kept trying to stay awake. Was funny. Hotel is nice. Old looking. No fridge or kettle in room. Spose they want you to go out ...
... History. It certainly wasn't on my list of 'must see' New York monuments, but I think the film 'Night at the Museum' has made it seem very glamorous in the eyes of the kids.
We had to wait for about an hour in a series of long queues to get in, and I began to wonder - on this gorgeous sunny day whether it was really worth it. In reality, the exhibits are quite old fashioned and very stylised and ...
... the wedding of the High Fallutin family's daughter to the Hoy Polloy's son is of vital significance, especially to the Fallutins and Polloys, but it's not relevant to my world and we're talking time management here people.
Finally, toss the Business section. I know, I know . . . I probably should both understand and care about that stuff, but i don't. (Try this test at home: write a dollar sign down on ...
... a river. But here, it was just the absence of two historical buildings that were not just part of the NY skyline, but their destruction redefined history. The kids were sombre, but they appreciated the significance of its history.
After a moment in the sun, we got to go on a cruise to see the statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and get off on Wall Street to be driven to Rockefeller Centre to climb to the top of the Rock and take in New York in al ...