It even comes with your own Genie wake-up call
You don’t need a magic carpet to stay in a Whole New World at the Hilton in New York City this fall. The 44-story hotel—located smack dab in the center of Times Square’s infamous hubbub—is offering a limited-time Aladdin-themed suite that’s decked out with enough enchanting touches to make you like you’ve been whisked away to the Kingdom of Agrabah.
The best part? The package includes up to four premium orchestra seats to the hit Broadway musical itself! Read on to find out more:
Forget generic wall art and #everyhotel vibes. The lux 1-bedroom corner studio was designed by veteran Broadway dressing room designer Devin Sparkles Design and comes draped in vibrant hues of purples and reds. The floor is layered with Moroccan rugs (they’re the perfect size to imagine a magic carpet ride!); colorful cobras hold up end tables; and Jasmine-inspired silks cast a soft glow throughout.
Note: The suite sleeps four, with a king bed and a pullout couch.
And while the view outside the wall-to-wall windows will take you back to the here and now, it’s worth it to take in the bustling view of the city (the room overlooks Downtown Manhattan, the Hudson River, and the New York Times building). So keep the drapes open.
Fans of the musical will appreciate the story-inspired furnishings, including a “Cave of Wonders”-style bathroom that features tangles of jewels piled atop golden urns and an ornate genie lamp that was an actual stage prop in the show. There are also framed Aladdin show prints—as well as costume and scenic design sketches—hung throughout the suite.
Speaking of the Broadway show… Have you seen it? Now’s your chance, because the best part of this swanky $599 per night hotel package is that it comes with up to four premium orchestra seats to see the long-running show at the New Amsterdam Theatre, which is practically right next door. In true VIP-style, you’ll also get some fun Aladdin show swag upon entrance to the theater.
And while a real, live genie doesn’t technically come with the room, you can order a pre-recorded wake-up call from the show’s star, actor Michael James Scott, who plays the genie on stage. Other fun extras include Aladdin coloring books for the kids, two “Genie-tini” cocktails (and “Magic Mocktails” for kids to raise a glass), and breakfast for four. Complimentary valet parking is also a huge win since parking spots in this area are as hard to come by as actual working genies.
Psst: Considering that orchestra seats to Aladdin cost up to $200 each, this is a genie-uine deal! (Sorry, had to).
In all, guests who book the $599 per night “Aladdin’s Times Square Palace” suite will receive:
- Up to Four Complimentary Premium Orchestra tickets to see Broadway’s Aladdin the Musical
- Two “Genie-tini” cocktails and Two Magic Mocktails
- A genie lamp photo opportunity
- Wake-up call from the Broadway musical Genie, Michael James Scott
- Aladdin coloring materials and show merchandise
- Complimentary breakfast for up to four guests
- Complimentary parking
The Aladdin package is available now through Oct. 31. Book online at Hilton.com.
Want more? The Hilton’s Aladdin Suite joins the brand’s growing list of themed offerings, which include an over-the-top Barbie suite in Bogata, Columbia, and a New York-Yankees-themed Grand Slam Suite in Midtown Manhattan that comes with Yankees swag and game tickets.