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1. The name of this hotel is almost synonymous with the hospitality industry. Founded by Isadore Sharp in 1960, this company offers luxury accommodations to guests in more than 20 countries. In fact they have not only one, but two hotels in New York City! Which company, whose name may remind you of a famous set of violin concerti by Italian composer Antonio Vivaldi, operates the hotels located steps away from Central Park and in Lower Manhattan?
2. In Manhattan, you will find an hotel brand that started in London in 1865, and has since expanded to locations like Boston, Pasadena, and Melbourne. Which of these hotels, located right on Fifth Avenue, offers Michelin-star restaurants and has Alex Katz paintings in some of the guestrooms?
3. Major hotel chains certainly have made their presence known in the Big Apple, but boutique hotels are also very common. One of these hotels is unique in that it offers floors and rooms that conform to the Dewey Decimal System. Which of these hotels is operated by the company also responsible for New York's Hotel Elysee, Hotel Giraffe, and Casablanca Hotel?
4. This luxurious hotel is located right across the Museum of Modern Art and offers a French-inspired stay made complete by French-inspired dining, spa treatments, and of course, stunning decor made by a famous French crystal company that gave the hotel its name. Which of these options, which can also be used to name a French commune or a card game, is the correct choice for the New York hotel described here?
5. A five-star hotel in Manhattan bears the first name of Mr. Hilton, a renowned hotelier that founded one of the most famous brands in hospitality. Which of these hotels, which you can also find in places like Chicago, Beijing, and London, offers suites with a view to the Hudson River?
6. The Carlyle is an iconic hotel in New York City, centrally located on the Upper East Side, and partly known for hosting many U.S. presidents (notably John F. Kennedy) throughout its history. Which hotel company bought The Carlyle in 2001, leading to the hotel being known as The Carlyle, A ____________ Hotel?
7. The New York EDITION hotel, originally a building made for the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, is an upscale, lavish, and elegant establishment that offers spectacular city views, an amazing location on Madison Avenue, and a Michelin-star restaurant under the supervision of Chef Jason Atherton. Which renowned hotel company, which bought Starwood and all of its hotels in 2016, also has the EDITION as part of its large group of hotels?
8. The Mandarin Oriental in New York is a modern, luxurious hotel located right in the heart of Manhattan. Offering amenities like a pool with a view of the Hudson River, the Mandarin takes full advantage of its location inside a famous building complex in the City that is also home to CNN and the restaurant Per Se. In which of the following places would you find a building that has several of its floors occupied by the Mandarin Oriental?
9. This brand has two hotels in New York City: one located in Midtown Manhattan (near Times Square), and the other near the Grand Central station. Which of these brands, which may remind you of a cardinal point, was created by Severt W. Thurston and Frank Dupar and operates the two aforementioned New York hotels?
10. The Upper East Side of New York is home to many luxurious and world-class hotels. Which of these English counties is also the name of a New York City hotel built in 1926 that offers a spectacular Private Roof Garden, as well as dining and drinking offerings like Café Boulud and Bar Pleiades?
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