Description:This hotel is not a kosher hotel, but it is located close to shul (short walk away). There are many kosher restaurants in the Manhattan area, and lot of them deliver. The hotel has a strict policy of at least one adult at the age of 21 or older in th... [more]
East 87th Street 164
10128 New York city, NY
USA - United States
Phone: +1-212.369.1000 Fax: +1-212.369.8000 Mail:firstname.lastname@example.org Website: Check for BEST Available Price THE ONLINE RATES YOU WILL SEE ARE PER *WHOLE* YOUR STAY - *NOT* PER NIGHT !!!
Hechsher from: N/A Kashrut level: N/A
Number of rooms / apartments: 50 Walking distance in MINUTES from closest Synagogue: 0 (walking distance) Kosher restaurant: 0 (Avi and David's bagels at 1046 3rd Ave)
One of New York City’s most romantic hotels, located in a quiet street on the Upper East Side. Within walking distance from the Central Park, Madison Avenue and the Museum Mile. Kosher food - room service for the hotel from Avi and David's bagels at 1046 3rd Ave, NY. Opened round the clock.
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