The triplex penthouse suite at the Time New York Hotel is a 2,000 square-foot, three-story oasis of style and luxury in the heart of Manhattan's bustling Theater District that boasts stunning outdoor views.
It's just steps away from scores of hit plays, including The Book of Mormon and Bruce Springsteen's red-hot solo concert residency Springsteen on Broadway.
Another unique selling point is the suite's two outdoor spaces. The 500 square-feet main patio offers sweeping views of midtown Manhattan.
The plush pad sleeps six comfortably. The first floor features a living room with a kitchenette, the second has a bedroom with a king size bed and a luxe bathroom with a full-sized sauna and rain shower.
The third floor has pull-out sofa bed, a mirror that turns into a TV, and an additional outdoor space.
Order room service from popular Italian mini-chain Serafina located on the ground floor, or, better yet, venture out to experience the touristy Theater District's most acclaimed (and often overlooked) restaurants.
Check out the bulgogi beef sliders and hot wings at nearby Korean sensation Danji, the excellent burger at db Bistro Moderne or the old school Italian staples at Orso, where you're likely to dine next to off-duty Broadway actors. Or if you're craving steak, walk over to Keen's, one of Manhattan's oldest and most revered meat meccas.
The Time Hotel's triplex penthouse starts at $1,699 a night, but can go for as much as $5,000 depending on demand. Interested? Book your stay here.