The Eurostars Dylan Hotel, hotel in Manhattan is situated opposite the largest railway station in the world, the Grand Central Terminal, which has more than 70 tracks and around 50 platforms accessing trains. The MoMA and the Fifth Avenue stores also form part of our neighbourhood.
The harmonious conjugation of an artistic hotel with functionality. The exact proportion between classical New York and the most modern, zippy city in the world. The combination of the traditional literature of Dylan Thomas and the fleeting values of the NASDAQ ratings. The point of balance between classicism and design, between the buzz of the Big Apple and the relaxing warmth of an armchair by the fire. That is the Dylan Hotel, hotel in Manhattan, a secret, elegant, classical and artistic venue, in the shelter of the Rockefeller Center, Broadway, Times Square and the Empire State Building.
The Eurostars Dylan Hotel, hotel in Manhattan, unites tradition and modernity exquisitely and with a contemporary elegance that captivates our guests. The building is very emblematic, first having been the residence of the Welsh writer, Dylan Thomas and later, the headquarters of the New York Pharmacists Club. The Eurostars Dylan Hotel combines the classical lounges and guest rooms of the period with ambiances and areas in contemporary design.
We are a non-stop hotel, because the Big Apple never stops. For this reason, the gym and the Business Centre are open 24 hours a day.
The Dylan Hotel has two reception rooms of high standing which are ideal for holding business events. These rooms can hold sessions of up to 50 persons. In addition, there is the possibility of accommodation in the Penthouse Suite, where the private terrace can become a marvellous scenario for celebrating smaller events.
The Benjamin Steakhouse Grill offers a varied menu card featuring meats and steaks of the highest quality. Apart from the food, the pleasant, warm atmosphere of the Benjamin Steakhouse comes from its fireplace and high ceilings.
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