New York City is the city that never sleeps. Deciding what to do can be overwhelming with so many options. So…..when you book a stay at the Omni Berkshire Place you should consider getting the All Access Spring Package that includes some amazing things to do with your day in New York City!
Omni Berkshire Place, located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, is giving guests the power to choose when and how you access all that New York has to offer with new packages that cater to families and first-timers, alike.
As more than 50 million people visit New York City every year, Omni Berkshire’s location is ideal for first time travelers to The Big Apple. The hotel provides quick access to illustrious NYC staples like Fifth Avenue, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, Central Park and Broadway theatres. For that first time to New York, Omni offers an All Access Spring Package that comes with overnight accommodations, welcome amenity, daily breakfast buffets for two, a $50 gift card, and tickets to attractions including, the Museum of Modern Art, One World Observatory, Top of the Rock and the Empire State Building.
In addition to the latest package, travelers can also book some of the property’s all-time best sellers, such as the Suite Dreams in NYC and American Girl Dream. Also, as one of only hotels in Manhattan that features guest room outdoor space, travelers can now upgrade to a suite with a terrace. Guests looking to live the affluent life can book the Rodgers and Hammerstein Luxury Package to experience the one of a kind Rodgers and Hammerstein suite where the famed writers penned “Oklahoma” in 1942! The offer features Broadway tickets of choice for two, carriage ride through Central Park, $100 food and beverage credit, and a personal call from the concierge to help arrange their visit.
The offers are available for booking now and may not be combined with other offers. For more information, guests may visit omnihotels.com or call 1-800-The-Omni. Travelers or media can also follow Omni at Facebook.com/OmniBerkshirePlace and Twitter.com/OmniBerkshire.