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Hotel Pennsylvania in Midtown, New York City, USA - Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet's independent on-the-ground travel writers say 'When it opened in 1919, the Hotel Pennsylvania was the largest hotel in the world. Although it's lost its title (and much of its luster), this place still feels vast, with a seemingly endless maze of guestrooms spread across 18 floors. Despite not having the most comfortable beds in town, rooms are adequate and fair value, with some offering views of the Empire State Building.'