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Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa
Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic
City offers an unparalleled travel experience on the East Coast. The 2,000 room
luxury casino-hotel, located at Renaissance Pointe, presents a destination
designed to rival those once found only
in cities such as New York City and Las
Vegas. Enjoy top-tier dining in one of 13
destination restaurants, world-class entertainment, soothing European-style spa
treatments and unparalleled shopping.
Hilton Newark Penn Station
Directly connected to Newark’s Penn
Station, the Hilton has been meeting
the needs of Amtrak travelers & busy
executives for over 20 years. Service keyed
to the business traveler visiting New Jersey,
New York & surrounding areas.
Hotel Q T is the latest New York hotel from
hotelier André Balazs in the heart of Times
Square. Innovatively designed features
include a lobby swimming pool with swim-
up bar, sauna, steam room and a 24 hour
Kiosk with NYC essentials for guests to
stock their own mini-bar. Stylish guest-
rooms with bunk beds, Egyptian cotton
sheets, flat-screen TVs, free wireless inter-
net and complimentary breakfast provides
all the mod-cons for both work and play for
the savvy, discerning Manhattan traveler.
The Marmara Manhattan
The Marmara combines old world hospitality with modern amenities in stylish
studios and one-, two-, three-bedroom
suites, equipped with the latest technology. Residential in feel, The Marmara
boasts the services of a fine hotel with
staff ready to satisfy every need. The
comforts of home await at this fabulous
location, offering style and luxury for long
and short-term accommodations.
301 East 94th Street, NY, NY 10128
The Museum of Modern Art
Home to “the greatest collection of modern art in the world” (The New York Times),
The Museum of Modern Art displays works
by such renowned figures as Matisse and
Picasso as well as contemporary artists
like Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol. A
New York institution since 1929, MoMA
offers a full calendar of special exhibitions
as well as daily film screenings and gallery
talks. Admission is free for kids 16 and
under. Visit our website at www.moma.org
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Park South Hotel
The Park South is your oasis in Manhattan.
Special offer to Arrive readers: Show your
Amtrak ticket at check-in and your cab
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The Roosevelt Hotel
Complement your next business trip to
New York with a stay at The Roosevelt
Hotel. Rooms and suites are meticulously
decorated to embody 80 years of New
York heritage. Enjoy excellence without
expense, enjoy the Roosevelt.
The Wolcott Hotel
A 1940 beaux-arts classic with a lofty or-
nate ceiling soaring over a marble pillared
lobby. 180 spacious, comfor-table rooms
reasonably priced, with all the modern
amenities. Located in midtown Manhattan,
within easy reach of everything you come
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
The city’s first skyscraper—an architectural
icon of International style—is home to
Loews Philadelphia Hotel. Inside, discover
a sleek, contemporary decor warmed with
vibrant details and personalized service.
Business deal? Strategize in the hushed
rosewood surroundings of the concierge
library. A free afternoon? Pamper yourself
at the Balance Spa. Then chat the evening
away in the hip SoleFood restaurant,
where seafood-inspired fusion dishes take
culinary modernism to a landmark level.
Harborside Inn, furnished with nautical
sophistication, offers guests beautiful two-story lofts with fabulous harbor views. The
property features complimentary parking,
breakfast, daily New York Times delivery
and wireless Internet service.
Built in 1772, the Jailhouse Inn, a restored
Colonial landmark, is proudly listed on the
National Register of Historic Sites. Fully
restored with all new modern accommodations, the inn offers guests both comfort
and contemporary convenience.
The Mariners’ Museum
The Mariners’ Museum, America’s national
maritime museum, is one of the world’s
most comprehensive maritime history
museums. Through a renowned and
diverse collection of maritime artifacts,
including figureheads, ship models and
international small craft, the Mariners’
illustrates the spirit of seafaring adventure.
The remains of the Civil War’s ironclad
USS Monitor has a permanent home in
the Museum’s USS Monitor Center, which
opened on March 9, 2007.
The Mariners’ Museum
100 Museum Drive
Newport News, Virginia 23606
Freer and Sackler galleries
Located on the National Mall, the Freer
and Sackler galleries house the nation’s
collections of Asian art and are dedicated
to exhibition, research and educational
programs that enhance awareness and
understanding of Asia.