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NYC's First Staybridge Suites Opens in May (And Completes a Tri-Pack)

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  Site Where: 340 West 40th Street [map], New York, NY, United States, 10018
March 16, 2010 at 1:25 PM | by | Comments (0)

Boy, has this block seen some hotel action in the past 12 months. West 40th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues in New York is home to The Distrikt Hotel and, if you recall, the Tri-Pack BT, consisting of a Four Points, a Fairfield Inn, and the straggler of the bunch, the Staybridge Suites Times Square. The Four Points and Fairfield Inn opened last summer and the Staybridge Suites will join them on May 1st—with an opening rate of $189 a night.

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Another Tri-Pack Hotel is Now Two-Thirds Open in Times Square

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  Site Where: 326 West 40th Street [map], New York, ny, United States, 10018
June 25, 2009 at 1:37 PM | by | Comments (2)

How could we forget that the Tri-Pack hotel in Times Square would have some competition. We got a press release today saying that the Four Points Times Square has opened. When we checked our archives to see what else we have written about this hotel, we found this story which focused largely on Gene Kauffman's Tri-Pack Hotel.

However, we also wrote that he was working on a similar packaged hotel at 40th street that would include "a Four Points by Sheraton, Fairfield Inn and Staybridge Suites, each more than 30 stories tall." For clarity's sake we'll call this new one Tri-Pack BT (Business Travelers.) The other Tri-Pack will have the more budget-y brands of Holiday Inn, a Candlewood Suites and a Hampton Inn.

Now the Four Points is open at Tri-Pack BT but Staybridge Suites won't take guests until January 16, 2010. On the other hand the Fairfield Inn is already open with rooms at $199, making this Tri-Pack hotel two-thirds open.

And yes, that's a Starwood property, an ICH hotel and a Marriott brand all sharing the same space. (Btw for giggles, check out the Staybridge Suites rendering on their site which shows the building as a standalone.)

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