A Modern Jewel
on 36th Street
risp Egyptian-cotton linens and a pillowtop
mattress, flat-screen TV on the wall at your
feet, Wi-Fi everywhere, fast elevators and
Sound good, well it is good.
The Wyndham is a modern jewel on 36th
Street, o; the beaten path yet mere feet away
from everything you want in New York.
Times Square and the shows? A short
walk north. Madison Square Garden and the
games? A few blocks south. Subway stop? Just
around the corner.
Go out and explore the treasures of New York,
then come home to the pleasures of the Wyndham.
Have a drink on the terrace on the 10th floor
and soak in the skyline. Then, try the outdoor patio
on the first floor, a serene oasis in the midst of the
bustling city. Not many New York hotels have even
one outdoor space. The Wyndham has two.
The Wyndham has much more than other
hotels. No smoking throughout the building, for instance. It was built in 2008, so the rooms are fresh—as
in new and never smoked in. They’re also equipped
with nice design touches like Henry
Miller Aeron desk chairs, Mark David furniture and a Michael Graves
co;ee maker. And special care is
taken with Wyndham’s Be Well
bed linens—fresh, clean damask
stretched to a military tautness on
lush Serta mattresses.
Two floors are set aside as
ClearAir rooms, equipped with
air cleaners, special mattress covers, curtains and a
cleaning regimen geared to guests with allergies.
ABOVE: THE BAR
BELOW: KING SIZE ROOM