Archer Hotel in New York City
Traveling to New York City is a pretty overwhelming experience. Although it’s just a normal city here in the USA, it’s almost a world of its own. Life just moves faster out there. People are always walking the streets, taxis are always honking, businesses are constantly giving out flyers….words really don’t do it justice. It’s just something you need to experience first hand to understand. After a day of exploring NYC for the first time, it was so nice to find peace and quiet at the luxurious modern Archer Hotel without feeling like I was being lame for calling an early night in the city that never sleeps. The hotel, located just an eight minute walk from Times Square, is still very much in the hustle and bustle of the city, but resides on a quieter street without too much foot traffic. Plus, the hotel has incredible views of the Empire State Building from pretty much every floor – but especially from the Spyglass Rooftop Bar – making you feel very much part of the city. Arriving at the hotel, I felt sincerely welcomed by all the staff and felt appreciated for choosing to stay with Archer. Once in my room, I was amazed by the intimate room space, the complimentary His and Her slippers, the welcome bag of chocolates, the subway tiled bathroom and Archer’s favorite bedtime books – which are fun to read, no matter the age. There were also cozy Frette Robes to put on after a hot shower, before calling it a night in the huge bed – which was just too comfy to want to leave in the morning. By choosing to stay with Archer, the amazing staff also provided us with a $20 joker voucher, which could be used anywhere in the hotel expect toward the cost of the room. There were so many options to choose from! The mini bar was fully stocked with every type of beverage, there were sweet and salty snack options to choose from, and both the Spyglass Rooftop Bar and the David Burke fabrick in-house restaurant smelled delicious! Without question, I would recommend Archer to anyone looking for a luxury hotel to stay in while visiting New York City.