414 Hotel – Hell’s Kitchen Hotels

The 414 Hotel is a small, intimate boutique style hotel comprised of two historical townhouses, built behind each other, separated by a charming inner garden courtyard. The hotel is located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, only steps away from Times Square, Broadway Theaters, The Jacob Javits Convention Center, and many other attractions. The immaculate, comfortable and sizeable guest rooms at 414 are neatly decorated, well appointed, and offer views of “Restaurant Row”.

Features and Amenities

The 414 Hotel offers comfortable, immaculate, well-appointed and tastefully decorated rooms (exclusively designed by The Door Store), each with large private bath facilities, access to premium cable channels and most face the central private courtyard.  The hotel has 22 rooms, including one King Size Suite. Residents enjoy high-Speed T-1 Internet access available in all rooms/common area, large, private bath facilities, 37 inch Flat Screen TVs, AM/FM clock radio/King Suites equipped with CD alarm clock, iPod and iPhone players in each room, down pillows, duvets with Belgian linen, top of the line facial and bath products and refrigerators available in some rooms. You’ll also find an ironing board, an in-room safe and more.

Services offered at 414 include complimentary wireless Internet access available, 24-hour business services upon request, 24-hour concierge services, complimentary Continental Breakfast each morning, complimentary tea, coffee and juice in the lobby, dry-cleaning available upon request, a beautiful and intimate lobby with fireplace, a lovely private courtyard area for our guests and  assistance with transportation (private car/bus) to all major New York airports.

Location

The 414 Hotel is ideally located in the heart of Manhattan, in a lively neighborhood just off Restaurant Row and within walking distance to Times Square, The Theatre District, Central Park, The Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Javits Center and all the world’s renowned museums and art galleries. Public transportation is only steps away, so getting around the city is a cinch. Hell’s Kitchen was once a nitty, gritty, up and coming area, but these days, it’s chock full of great bars and restaurants, as well as high rise luxury condominiums and hotels. You’re within walking distance of it all, but 414 Hotel and the neighborhood is perfect to enjoy it’s quaint, somewhat quiet, atmosphere.