Kids Just Wanna Have Fun at the Iroquois Hotel

NEW YORK, NY –In a city where children look more and more like miniature adults, Midtown’s luxury Iroquois Hotel is striving to enhance the experience of the adolescent guests.

No more rushed showers and oversized robes. Juveniles can now enjoy their just desserts with amenities all their own. Young girls will be provided with a choice of Strawberry Shortcake or My Little Pony bubble bath, while the men-in-training will be privy to a choice of either Batman or SpongeBob Squarepants suds-makers.

Both now have miniature size Frette linen robes and matching slippers at their disposal, and will be given a Crayola Mini Travel Tote on which they can recount their own renditions of a full day of sights. On those rainy days, there’s always the option of playing Nintendo on their room’s flat screen plasma television. A trio of rubber duckies with gentle body wash and lotion awaits the tiniest of tots.

“Adults on the run sometimes fail to consider their children’s guest experience ,” says Paul Celnik, General Manager of the Iroquois. “They too deserve to have some time to let loose, let their hair down—and then wash it!”

After they’re squeaky clean, the young ones can head down the Iroquois’ jewel box restaurant, Triomphe, where they can delight in one of many kid-friendly cocktails, such as the Very Berry Faux-jito or the Watermelon Soda, and snack on the ever-popular cheeseburger served with petitely-portioned bottles of ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise.

With everything this hotel has to offer, who wouldn’t want to be a kid! For reservations contact the Iroquois Hotel at 800-332-7220 or

About the Iroquois

Located at 49 West 44th Street in Manhattan between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, the newly renovated Iroquois ( offers deluxe, full-service accommodations in a 114-room, nine-suite boutique hotel situated in the heart of midtown Manhattan. The hotel, built in 1923, is in the style of an elegant private mansion. The French limestone facade has been newly restored and faces a tree-lined sidewalk. From its marble lobby and elegant, top-Zagat-rated French-American Triomphe restaurant (, to its comfortable mahogany interiors and fitness center, the Iroquois is an architecturally distinguished hotel lavishly renovated for the 21st century.

The Iroquois Hotel is a stone’s throw away to the Theatre District, Grand Central Station for easy comings and goings, and the nonstop hustle and bustle of Times Square. Taking in a Broadway show, shopping on Fifth Avenue, visiting Rockefeller Center, attending meetings in Midtown or simply seeing the magnificent neon lights of Times Square – guests of the Iroquois are granted easy access to prime Manhattan.

Hotel amenities include the Triomphe restaurant, 24-hour room service, complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge service, library and complimentary 24-hour fitness center. Finnish sauna, Frette linens and robes, Anichini towels, Molten Brown bathroom amenities, dual line telephones and CD players are also offered.

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