Millennium UN Plaza Hotel New York Launches Upgrade Initiative
NEW YORK—The two glass skyscrapers of Millennium UN Plaza Hotel are undergoing a top-to-bottom interior renovation. The first $30-million phase will debut a West Tower in September 2012. READER COMMENTS
"Millennium UN Plaza Hotel is a distinctive landmark located in the city of New York, which is home to the United Nations Headquarters," says Kwek Leng Beng, Chairman of Millennium & Copthorne Hotels, in an announcement. "The upgrade of Millennium UN Plaza from the ground up is more than just a physical exercise for us. This will be a transformation that is part of a continuous global process to enhance our hotels internationally to meet the new expectations of our guests."
The West Tower renovation has already begun and when it reopens in the fall, the Tower's 154 renovated rooms and suites, and an exclusive Skyline Club on the 30th floor will showcase a design scheme by renowned French interior designer Didier Gomez.
Guests of the West Tower will have access to the Skyline Club, which will offer exclusive check-in, personalized concierge services, breakfast, all-day refreshments, evening cocktails and hors d'oeuvres, WiFi, and use of one of the two adjacent boardrooms.
"This iconic structure deserved a transformation of great distinction, far beyond a standard hotel renovation," states Grace Leo, a global hospitality positioning expert. "Millennium UN Plaza will embrace dignity and refinement as distinguished as the guests whom the hotel welcomes from around the world."
The hotel's lobby and public areas will also undergo refurbishment and will feature a new coffee bar. P
Scheduled for 2013, the second phase of the Millennium UN Plaza Hotel's renovation will focus on a new restaurant concept, bar and full lobby renovations. The third phase will see the completion of the East Tower renovation; thereby causing no interruption to the hotel's day-to-day operations.
Sunday, March 03, 2013 by buy discount viagra
tOVLvl Wow, great article post.Much thanks again. Want more.