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Dual-Branded Marriott Hotel Opens In Manhattan, New York

Dual-Branded Marriott Hotel Opens In Manhattan, New York

After approximately two-and-a-half years of construction, Marriott International opens its dual-branded property in Manhattan, New York.

Fairfield Inn and SpringHill Suites New York Manhattan/Times Square South has just opened on the site of the former Christ Church Presbyterian Church.

The new hotel building retains the historic church's windowed chapel wall and distinctive architectural character which is now a part of the exterior facade.

The dual-branded property located at 338 W. 36th Street provides affordable accommodations in the heart of the Garment District, near to Madison Square Garden, The Shed, The Javits Center, Broadway, Hudson Yards, Macy’s, and the Empire State Building. Sharing a single entrance, but offering a variety of accommodation options, the hotels have been designed to appeal to both business and leisure travelers.

The 286-room Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan/Times Square South offers guest rooms on high floors with natural lighting and a modernized design. Amenities include free hot breakfast and a Market for round-the-clock snacks and beverages. Opening rates at the Fairfield Inn & Suites New York Manhattan/Times Square South start at $249 per night.

The 284-room SpringHill Suites New York Manhattan/Times Square South offers guest rooms with separate living and sleeping areas decorated with West Elm furnishings and featuring complimentary Wi-Fi and hot breakfast. Opening rates at the SpringHill Suites New York Manhattan/Times Square South start at $269 per night.

The properties share Bar 1905 for small bites and signature drinks, a 24/7 fitness center, and a 2,000 square-foot meeting and event space able to accommodate up to 135 people.

The original Christ Church at 338-344 W. 36th St., between Eighth and Ninth avenues was opened in 1905 and ministered to the unfortunate and those of modest means. Over the years it operated the Sick Children's Aid Society, provided meals for the indigent, accommodated sailors and soldiers during World War I, became the strike headquarters of the Ladies’ Apparel Shipping Clerks Union, hosted the Circle Theatre Company, and in 1975, was ultimately taken over by the Postgraduate Center for Mental Health. The complex was sold in 2014 to the McSam Hotel Group which developed the site into the new hotel property.





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