Sutton Court Hotel Residences Adds New Suites for Families


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Sutton Court Hotel Residences, based in New York City’s Midtown district, is set to add 30 new suites to its inventory, totaling in at 100 suites available for reservations. In addition, the property will add a limited number of connecting suites for families.

In a media release, General Manager Dieter Seelig said that the changes have helped Sutton Court reach a level of service that will cater both to corporate business travelers and local and international guests.

All Sutton Court Executive Studio Suites and One-Bedroom Suites were designed to combine the comforts of home with hotel luxuries. The furnished, contemporary suites feature King-sized beds, fully-outfitted kitchens, a living and dining area, a bathroom with dressing area, large closets and a desk/work station. Bath amenities by Gilchrist & Soames are also included.

To accommodate technical needs, guests have access to complimentary broadband Internet access, an iPod docking station and free local and long distance calling in the United States and to Canada and Puerto Rico.

Additionally, the property provides a state-of-the-art fitness room, and free gas and electric service plus a 24-hour doorman and concierge.
For travel agents, Sutton Court Hotel Residences currently offers 15 percent commission for up to six months stays in any of its studio or one bedroom suites, an increase of five percent from its original commission offer. In turn, agents’ clients will benefit with over 50 percent in savings versus a comparable hotel in New York City.

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