Fitzpatrick Hotels Offer Package inspired by Irish History in NYC

Fitzpatrick ManhattanThe Fitzpatrick Hotel Group – the first Irish-owned hotel company to operate in the US – has introduced the “Visit Ireland in New York” package, giving visitors the chance to experience the extraordinary personal service, warmth and hospitality of its two luxury hotels, the Fitzpatrick Manhattan and the Fitzpatrick Grand Central, while learning about the deep bonds between New York and Ireland. Along with two nights deluxe accommodations for two at either the Fitzpatrick Manhattan or the Fitzpatrick Grand Central, this package offers a glimpse of Irish immigrant life with tickets to the New York City Tenement Museum and a reminder of the lives lost during the Great Irish famine with a visit to the Irish Hunger Memorial. Guests can also enjoy a lunch or dinner from the “Irish Classics” menu at either The Wheeltapper at the Fitzpatrick Grand Central or The Fitz at the Fitzpatrick Manhattan. Plus, each morning visitors can start their day with Executive Chef James Donahue’s celebrated Irish breakfast. The Fitzpatrick Manhattan, located at 687 Lexington Avenue and offering 91 rooms and suites, blends intimacy and luxury with a refreshingly classic atmosphere in the heart of midtown. The Fitzpatrick Grand Central, located just 12 blocks away at 141 East 44th Street, with its 155 rooms and suites, provides an elegant atmosphere perfect for a business trip or a family vacation in New York City. The Visit Ireland in New York package is available from now until 4th September 2010.

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