NEW YORK, NY, Sept. 11, 2007 "“ Gotham’s historic Buckingham Hotel is bringing its summer family hit into the fall with a special Central Park Zoo package for the whole family to enjoy.   
The family package is available for $379 per night which includes a two night stay in one of the famed hotel’s spacious deluxe suites (4 person occupancy), four tickets (two adult, two children) to the Central Park Zoo, and two collectible plush animals from the Central Park Zoo gift shop. The hotel will also provide a family pack of afternoon snacks to take along with you on the crisp fall days including juice and animal crackers.
The Central Park Zoo, just minutes away from the property, features over 130 different species ranging from giant Polar Bears to Puerto Rican crested tadpoles. Newest additions include four downy chinstrap chicks to the Central Park Zoo’s penguin colony.The five acre property exhibits a variety of habitats, designed to recreate the natural environment of each specie.
For further details, please call the Buckingham Hotel toll free at 888-511-1900.  The special package may be booked online by using the promotional code, “Zoo” and is available now through November 30, 2007, with a two night minimum, subject to availability.

About the Buckingham
Now celebrating its 75th Anniversary, the Buckingham is perfectly located on 57th Street and 6th Avenue in Manhattan, just a block from Central Park.
The property is also nearby Carnegie Hall, David Letterman’s Ed Sullivan Theatre, the Museum of Modern Art, the renowned 57th Street art galleries as well as shopping destinations like Tiffany’s, Prada, Gucci, Bergdorf Goodman’s Barney’s, American Girl Place and FAO Schwartz.
Amenities at the Buckingham include a complete pre-arrival concierge service, full-service business center, in-room high-speed anywhere-Internet connection, wired meeting space and a 24-hour state-of-the-art fitness center with private shower and sauna.
Stylish and smart, the public spaces of the Buckingham are filled with music and commissioned artwork from the property’s own permanent collection – starting right at the front door with the Buckingham’s signature stained glass “Dancing King” and eleven unique installations of deconstructed musical instruments (“Bounce Fugue”) that line the entrance way.