The hotel's knowledgeable staff can point you to New York's main attractions, plus help you with reservations and theater tickets. Unlike other Broadway-area hotels, the Millennium has its own theater. Though it's used primarily for private events nowadays, the 1903 landmark Hudson Theatre occasionally hosts comedy shows and tryouts for American Idol and Last Comic Standing. Other hotel highlights include a 24-hour fitness center on the 16th floor and a restaurant that serves breakfast only. Wireless Internet access is available throughout the hotel for a surcharge.
The Millennium's 625 guestrooms begin at the 16th floor. Floor-to-ceiling windows bring in ample natural light, while providing a glimpse of Gotham. If a great city view is important to you, consider booking a Superior room or a Suite, both of which are situated higher within the hotel. Guestroom decor combines Asian and Art Deco elements with earth tones, bringing softness and warmth to the concrete jungle. All rooms are non-smoking.