Tapestry Collection by Hilton Opens Midtown Manhattan Luxury Hotel

The  Tapestry Collection by Hilton, introduced The Bernic Hotel New York City, Tapestry Collection by Hilton to its expanding portfolio of upscale properties. The first Tapestry Collection property in New York City, The Bernic offers an authentic, modern experience for its guests in Midtown East, close to Grand Central Station and Rockefeller Center.

The Bernic’s 96 guest rooms offer heated bathroom floors, walk-in rain showers, floor-to-ceiling windows in every room and balconies in more than 75 percent of them. The hotel offers a changing collection of images and creations by artist Ian Sklarsky as seasonal fixtures in the hotel.

“Flanked by legendary New York City landmarks, The Bernic’s location in the Turtle Bay neighborhood offers the convenience of Midtown, making it a great choice for business travelers, those enjoying a weekend getaway or guests planning an extended vacation,” Jenna Hackett, global brand head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton said. “As our third Tapestry Collection property in the great state of New York, The Bernic is a wonderful addition to our expanding vibrant portfolio of unique hotels, all backed by Hilton.”

The property also offers premiere food and dining options for guests, visitors and New York City residents. Allora Restaurant — featuring a Carrera marble bar and herringbone floors — embodies the spirit of old New York with a modern twist. With a menu rooted in Northern Italian-American specialties, guests can enjoy homemade pasta, classic seafood dishes and tableside preparations of traditional favorites including the classic Caesar Salad, the ‘Godfather’ Grilled Branzino, Zabaglione and more. After dinner, guests can savor seasonally curated cocktails while enjoying 180-degree, panoramic views of the city from the Alto rooftop lounge, open from May-October.



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