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Hotel Beacon At a Glance

Located in America's New York Region

Spacious guestrooms and suites
Fully equipped kitchenettes
Located historic Upper West Side




Full Service Resort


Hotel Beacon

Welcome to the Hotel Beacon NYC, a haven of comfort amid the bustling excitement of New York City. Located on the historic Upper West Side, amid tree-lined streets and landmark buildings, the hotel is a beacon for relaxation.


Friendly and accommodating, Hotel Beacon offers handsomely decorated, oversized guestrooms and suites. With wonderful views of Central Park, the Hudson River and Midtown Manhattan, the Beacon is the perfect vantage point from which to venture anywhere in New York. And when your busy day is done, you'll have a perfect place to come home to.

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Room Facilities

If you are accustomed to cramped Midtown hotel rooms, the generous proportions of the Hotel Beacon's more than 260 rooms and suites will amaze and delight you. Each of our spacious guestrooms and suites comes complete with marble bathroom, fully-equipped kitchenette, including microwave, coffeemaker, complimentary coffee and tea.

Each room also features Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities, iPod docking station, hair dryer and living room with sofa bed in every suite.

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Things To Do

• All Loops by Double Decker - this tour allows you to hop on and hop off the bus at the best sights in Manhattan. Over 50 stops included.

• On Location Tours - want to know more behind the scenes information about Sex & The City, Gossip Girls or even The Sopranos? Join in on the tours that will take you there and visit more than 40 locations

• Sunday Harlem Gospel Tour - this will take you through the neighborhoods of Harlem and past its famous landmarks. Join a local congregation for the Sunday worship service to experience the soul stirring power of gospel music

• Central Park - Wow! An experience here as you explore the 843 acres of Central Park. Take a horse drawn carriage, walk it, ride a bicycle or even skate there in winter.

• Museums - there are 150 museums in New York City at last count, including American Museum of Natural History, Guggenheim, Museum of Modern Art and the Metroplitan Museum of Art. So many to explore

• Shopping - what can we say? Some of the best designer boutique stores on Fifth Avenue, the legendary Tiffany & Co, department stores of Macys and Bloomingdales and so many unique boutiques!

• Empire State Building - take the elevator ride to the top for some of the most spectacular views of the city and beyond

• Brooklyn Bridge - walk over this iconic bridge at night for breathtaking views of NYC! Remember to take your camera.

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Times Square

Times Square is the most vibrant and bustling square in New York City. It is home to the world famous Broadway theatre district, cinemas, bright neon lights and huge billboards. Times Square epitomises New York as the city that never sleeps!

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New York Shows

Broadway - where shows aim to be. You can catch the latest releases and some of the greatest theatre shows seen. Shows change regularly her but the lights are always bright here ...

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Statue of Liberty

This grand lady was given to the people of United States from the people of France as a gift to symbolize the friendship between the 2 nations. Come across from Manhattan to Liberty Island and take a view from here looking back. Take a ferry from Battery Park - here, you can also purchase tickets that may allow you up into her crown for spectacular views.

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Niagara Falls

An unforgettable day! View the falls from both the US and Canadian sides of the border. Book a day trip from New York City and it will land just minutes from the falls. Take a ride on the Maid of the Mist boat ride (May to October only) or walk the Scenic Tunnels (November to April).

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Washington DC

Take a train from NYC for the day to Washington and visit the capital of the US of A. Washington is approx 3 to 4 hours from NYC. Visit the Smithsonian Museum, take a tour around the city, visit Arlington Memorial Cemetery and JFK's final resting place, see the changing of the guard or visit the Tomb of the Unknowns. There are many dedications to the history of America and the people that empowered it.

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New York for Families

There are so many things that families can do together in New York. Be it the museums, Coney Island, taking in a show, seeing the sites or shopping for bargains, it can be done here!

Don't wait to visit this amazing place ...

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