From the footsteps of mount Kazbegi in Rooms Hotel (Georgia) to the footsteps of the Empire State Building in New York city - that's how I could describe in short our hotel choice during the holiday season of 2016/2017
We booked Hotel Innside by Melia in New York city after our return from Philadelphia, for a 4 day sat and paid about USD 600.
This sophisticated hotel in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan features on-site luxury dining and contemporary accommodations. Madison Square Garden, Penn Station and the Empire State building are within 20 minutes' walk of INNSIDE New York NoMad.
Queen size bed
Though we booked a king size bed, we got a smaller queen size bed, us our room was on the 17th floor the nice view towards empire state building, especially in night - fully compensate this minor issue.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and contemporary decor are featured in every guestroom at the INNSIDE New York. A flat-screen TV, Bluetooth connectivity panel, Nespresso coffee machine, a complimentary refreshment centre including water, soda and juice, rainfall shower heads and complimentary WiFi are standard in each room as well. Guests can make free local and long-distance calls from the guest rooms.
View towards Empire State building
Or life is good - watching Property Brothers and Empire State building.
Rich and tasty breakfast
The dining hall features a really cool wall - a green wall (see bellow)
A 24-hour fitness centre is available for guests day or night. The 24-hour front desk is provided for guests' convenience. An American breakfast is offered for an additional fee. The NoMad INNSIDE also offers car hire.
Impero Caffe by Scott Conant will offer a relaxed atmosphere while serving elevated Italian bistro food. Dishes from the celebrity chef will focus on Italian pastas and seafood.