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Tapestry Collection by Hilton expands in the heart of New York City

Tapestry Collection by Hilton continues to bolster its presence in New York City with today’s addition of Distrikt Hotel New York City, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. Nestled in the bustling neighborhoods of Midtown and Times Square, the 32-floor, 155-room hotel marks the brand’s 12th property and its second in Manhattan, following the opening of The Bernic Hotel New York City, Tapestry Collection by Hilton earlier this summer.

Originally opened in February 2010, the Distrikt Hotel puts guests in the heart of Midtown and Times Square West, an ideal location for walking to some of the city’s most sought-after locations, from Broadway to High Line Park. After a day of exploration, guests can unwind with a specialty cocktail at the Collage Bistro & Bar or reenergize with a workout at Mid-City Gym.

“New York City is one of the most vibrant cities in the world, making it the perfect destination for our latest Tapestry Collection by Hilton hotel and our second in the Big Apple,” said Jenna Hackett, global brand head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. “The Distrikt Hotel reinforces our goal of providing travelers with unique experiences at vibrant, upscale hotels in more destinations and is a testament to the increased variety in our growing portfolio.”

True to its name, the Distrikt Hotel is designed to evoke the spirit of the city, with each of the three floors representing a different district or neighborhood. In the lobby, guests are greeted by a 12-foot living greenery wall that reflects the serenity of Central Park. Throughout the hotel, the halls are adorned with illustrations and collages by local artist Chris Rubino that are meant to inspire visitors to discover every unique corner of the city – from the Financial District and Soho to Chelsea and Harlem.

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