Call me old-fashioned, but whether it's a glittering palace in New York or a two-bit hovel in Los Angeles, I want my room service and I want it five minutes ago. The New York Hilton Midtown, however, despite being an impressive luxury hotel and the largest in all of the Big Apple,has dubbed the service no longer necessary.
For guests at a landmark hotel in the Big Apple, ordering breakfast in bed that gets wheeled in on a silver platter will soon be a thing of the past.
New York Hilton Midtown in Times Square, the biggest hotel in New York City, with nearly 2,000 rooms, says it will eliminate room service starting this summer.
"Like most full-service hotels, New York Hilton Midtown has continued to see a decline in traditional room service requests over the last several years as customer preferences and expectations continue to evolve," a New York Hilton Midtown representative said.