Kimpton Muse Hotel Launches Offer With the Museum of Natural History

Upscale Midtown Manhattan Hotel Partners with Iconic City Attraction

USA, New York, New York. March 01, 2018

Kimpton Muse Hotel in Midtown Manhattan invites travelers to enjoy a quintessential New York City experience with a new Natural History Offer. Whether a weekend away or an extended stay after doing business in the Big Apple, guests have the opportunity to unwind and discover unforgettable artifacts at The American Museum of Natural History, one of the largest and most renowned institutions in the world.

Available now until December 21, 2018 with a starting rate of $199 per night, the Natural History Offer provides a seamless trip to an iconic institution with all the fixings: two admission tickets to The American Museum of Natural History, a $10 MetroCard for public transportation and a 3-D dinosaur puzzle as a keepsake.

Known for its world-famous dinosaur collection, the 94-foot long blue whale and extensive Butterfly Conservatory, The American Museum of Natural History is home to 45 permanent exhibitions that provide a rich look into the past. Whether it is the world below, the history of mankind or the stars beyond reach, this New York City landmark is a must-visit destination.

An inspiring hideaway tucked amongst the concrete jungle, Kimpton Muse Hotel features 181 guestrooms and 19 suites with plush and playful accommodations. Boasting a ‘Relax and Recharge' philosophy, the pet-friendly hotel is proud to offer a 24-hour state-of-the art fitness center, complimentary bike rental, in-room spa services and complimentary wine hour.

For additional information about Kimpton Muse Hotel please visit: themusehotel.com. To book the Natural History Offer please visit: themusehotel.com/manhattan-hotel-deals.

About Kimpton Muse Hotel

Nestled in the heart of New York City, Kimpton Muse Hotel is just steps away from world-famous shopping, sightseeing, museums, theaters, and nightlife including Broadway, Times Square, Rockefeller Center, and Fifth Avenue. The hotel has 181 guestrooms and 19 suites offering modern, comfy and spacious accommodations. All guestrooms come equipped with Gaiam yoga mats, signature animal print robes, flat screen HD TVs, and luxury Atelier Bloem bath amenities exclusive to Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants. In-room spa services, an on-site 24-hour fitness center, custom-designed PUBLIC bikes and a daily Wine Hour reception complete the Kimpton Muse experience. Chic, elegant meeting space perfect for meetings and any event, large or small is available. With five flexible rooms, Kimpton Muse Hotel can host up to 100 seated guests or 120 for a reception. Located adjacent to the lobby is NIOS, a hideout for both locals and guests serving classic American-fusion cuisine, celebrated cocktails, and an extensive wine list. For more information, visit themusehotel.com and follow the hotel on social media: Facebook and Instagram.

About Kimton Hotels & Resorts

San Francisco-based Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants is the acknowledged industry pioneer that introduced the boutique hotel concept to the United States in 1981. Anchored in one-of-a-kind experiences, Kimpton operates more than 60 hotels and 70 restaurants, bars and lounges across urban locations, resort destinations and up and coming markets in the United States, Europe and the Caribbean. Time and again, Kimpton has demonstrated its commitment to creating spaces and experiences that are centered on its guests. From inspiring design that evokes curiosity to forward-thinking flavors that feed the soul, every detail is thoughtfully curated and artfully delivered.  The Kimpton experience is always meaningful, unscripted and ridiculously personal. Kimpton is highly regarded for its workplace culture and has been consistently recognized on the FORTUNE magazine “100 Best Companies to Work For” list. Empowered employees bring to life the heartfelt guest experience that has come to define Kimpton. In January 2015, Kimpton became part of the InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) family of hotel brands. For more information, visit www.KimptonHotels.com.   
 

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