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Located in a cosmopolitan Manhattan neighborhood and specializing in stays of a month or longer, this hotel is equidistant from the UN headquarters and the Midtown business district. Newly reopened after a full renovation, AKA United Nations features one bedroom residences which reflect the neighborhood’s global character. The light-filled rooms are well-proportioned, and feature brand new kitchens, hardwood floors and modern furnishings. New amenities include a lobby with a living room-style lounge and adjacent garden, Technogym fitness center and a communal work area. Complimentary WiFi and local phone service with personal voicemail is also available.