Junior suite, $300; one-bedroom suite, $300; executive suite, $550; two-bedroom suite, $650
1 at 66th St.-Lincoln Center
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Guests looking for apartment-style accommodations in the city cannot do better than The Phillips Club, whose rooms offer plush sitting areas, appliance-stocked kitchenettes, and spacious bedrooms. Expanded in 1999, The Phillips offers a variety of rooms, all of which include a dishwasher, microwave oven, stove in the kitchen area, televisions in the living room and bedroom, several phone lines and limited room service from nearby restaurants. Each of these rooms, along with the lobby, is luxuriously understated: from the Belgian linens in the bedrooms to the marble floors in the bathrooms. Tailored for extended-stay visitors, but also available for overnight stays, The Phillips maintains a comfortable, unpretentious atmosphere.Pros
Near Lincoln Center, the hotel is very convenient for those coming to the city to see a show.
Since The Phillips is particularly suited for extended-stay visitors, it might not be worth the expense for a short visit.
Claim to Fame
The building now occupied by the Phillips Club was formerly the Chinese Mission to the United Nations.