At Columbus Circle and the Fifth Avenue are the shops selling fabulous, trendy and fashionable clothing at just one subway stop distance. Whenever I feel like a low key afternoon I head just one block away to the famous Carnegie Deli to have a delicious sandwich. On site, The Wellington Hotel is boastful about dining that is indeed award-winning.

With great urban flair, traditional dishes of Greece are served at Molyvos. At the Park Cafe the day begins with breakfast and coffee. The business centre is the most sought after place for many business guests for sending emails at the last minute. This centre is open all the twenty four hours for easy access. To remain in contact with the rest of the world outside the hotel offers all day internet access.

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I even got a latest hairdo done with the specialized services of the hairdresser onsite. Whether it is making reservations for sightseeing New York and dining or assistance to tour the place, just visit the transportation desk. After a tiring day shopping I get the convenience of ordering room service, catch the latest on cable TV and chill!

Areas meant for the public are fully air conditioned. A cafe and coffee shop is available, lifts and elevators to take you quickly up to your room floor, around 600 spacious rooms with fireplaces, voice mail, refrigerator, hair dryer, baby cribs and regular house- keeping allow a convenient and luxurious stay at the hotel. The wake up calls help in ensuring that you are always on time. This hotel is a must stay with the exclusive security guard arrangement, assistance for touring whenever needed, valet parking and the multi lingual staff always ready to help.

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  • angy

    I am booked into the Wellington Hotel, Manhattan in march. I must have read over a hundred reviews, most of them not good! My question is whether they use 110 voltage, or 120, as I am taking my own kettle with universal voltage and an earthed adaptor. But if this doesn’t work, would they supply me with a kettle at reception?