Over 45.6 million tourists visited NYC last year, as they do nearly every year. These nearly-fifty-million people that arrive annually in the Big Apple range from the backpacking students looking for a cost-efficient youth hostel to high-end business people and luxury tourists seeking a place to stay that meets their need for pampering and amenities.
The Setai Fifth Avenue, which opened in Manhattan last month, is a fitting new member of the city’s family of luxury hotels. Located in Midtown Manhattan, at 400 Fifth Avenue, the Setai is conveniently situated just two blocks from the Empire State Building, three blocks from Bryant Park and the New York Public Library, and six blocks from the Broadway Theater District.
The hotel features a full-service Auriga spa, a state-of-the-art fitness center, the Ai Fiori Italian Mediterranean restaurant, 24-hour room service and the Bar on 5th. Each room provides a city view, an espresso maker, LCD TV, iPod doc, complimentary wireless Internet and designer bath amenities.
This new addition to the Manhattan luxury hotel scene can be viewed at the hotel’s website: