Located on Madison Avenue just steps from 5th Avenue shopping, museums and Broadway, the recently renovated Omni Berkshire Place embodies modern elegance and sophistication in Midtown Manhattan’s most sought-after location. You’ll find spacious and newly-updated rooms that boast a peaceful ambiance and modern design in the heart of New York City. Featuring contemporary artwork, a sleek new English Sycamore feature wall complete with a 37-inch LCD HDTV and mahogany furnishings, the rooms are ideal for tending to work or taking a moment to relax.
Features and Amenities
There are 396 guests room at Omni Berkshire Place, all of which are non-smoking. All rooms boast a sleek new feature wall with a 37 in Flat Panel HDTV. Contemporary Art, mahogany furnishings and luxurious linens combine to give the rooms a fresh modern look from floor to ceiling. Rooms range in size and amenity offerings, and there are also larger suites, as well as themed suites.
Deluxe guest rooms, which have 271 square foot, offer the choice of double/double or king-sized bed dressed in fine linens, plush duvets and feather pillows. Rooms include a reading chair and table and a built-in wall unit featuring ample closet, oversized work space and Italian Marble bathrooms feature curved shower curtains. Berkshire Suites offer 445-square-feet of living space and provide a varied setting with glass-paned French doors that separate parlor and work area from the king bedroom. The parlor area in these suites features a pull-out sofa bed, club chair, desk, an iHome audio system spacious bathrooms.
A favorite of guests is the hotel’s Rogers and Hammerstein Suite, which features 1,000 square feet of living space, including a walk-out, wrap-around terrace, “presidential” work desk, decorative fireplace and additional half-bath and spa tub. If you’re an exercise junkie, consider one of the hotel’s “Get Fit” Suites. There, you’ll find a portable treadmill, as well as a mini-bar stocked with healthy snacks only to help you stay on track. All rooms offer dual line telephones, individually controlled heating and cooling, voicemail, high speed wifi, AM/FM alarm clocks and 37 inch LD HDTVs.
Omni Berkshire Place boasts an in-house restaurant, Fireside, where you can enjoy inventive food items, as well as delicious cocktails. Chef Sam DeMarco is in charge at Fireside and churns out perfect comfort food hour after hour. Whether you’re into spicy wings, rib eye or oversized sliders, DeMarco’s menu has something to satisfy your taste buds. Room service is also available from Fireside for hotel guests.
The hotel offers a fully-equipped, state-of-the-art fitness center located on the 17th floor and featuring sweeping views of St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Midtown Manhattan. The fitness center boasts a sundeck in the warmer months and offers in-room massage services for stressed out guests with tired muscles. Other amenities at the hotel include babysitting services, a business center, check cashing privileges, a multi-lingual staff, currency exchange, express check-in, high speed wifi throughout the hotel, housekeeping services twice daily, in-room safes, personalized wake up calls, a safe deposit box located at the front desk, shoeshine services and more. The hotel is pet-friendly, so long as your furry friend is under 25 pounds.
The Omni Berkshire Place Hotel located on Madison Avenue puts you close to all the attractions New York City has to offer. From the hotel’s Midtown Manhattan location you’ll find a wide variety of shopping selections right outside the front door. The hotel is within walking distance of Broadway, Fifth Avenue, Park Avenue and Rockefeller Center. It’s also convenient to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Times Square, Central Park, Manhattan restaurants, tours and world famous museums.
Midtown Manhattan can be noisy, but since Omni Berkshire Place is located on the east side, you’re more likely to sleep (should you choose to do so) at night – things over there are quieter than they are on the west side. The hotel’s Midtown location is a great jumping off point; it’s just a few blocks away from the 6 train, which runs up and down the East Side – trips down to the Financial District to check out Wall Street are a cinch, as are subway rides down to Union Square and the East Village to check out the artsier areas of the city. Looking to visit the large landmarks? You’re not far from the Empire State Building, nor the New York Public Library or Bryant Park. Grand Central is an architectural marvel; be sure to check it out even if you’re not traveling by train. No matter where you want to go, the Omni Berkshire Place is a great starting point.