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The Marriott Marquis in the heart of Times Square is a major destination for tourists and visitors to lay their heads, but the grandiose building contains much more than just its 1,957 guestrooms and suites. Glass elevators zoom up and down the interior of the 49-floor building like the hub of a futuristic space station. The hotel boasts three restaurants and lounges, including the newly renovated Broadway Lounge, and the all-new Crossroads American Kitchen and Bar. Other highlights include The View, New York City's only revolving restaurant and bar, on the 47th floor, and the 29,000-square-foot Broadway Ballroom, also fresh from a renovation.