Perfectly positioned on 44th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues. Broadway theaters are only two blocks away.
The hotel has 174 carpeted rooms and suites in a contemporary color palette. New custom beds with comfortable pillow top mattresses were incorporated during the 2008 renovation, offering a more relaxing retreat. Blue sunbursts hang above the bed and shades in bright orange and red cover small windows. Themed suites are available for literary lovers such as the Vanity Fair Suite, Playbill Suite and Dorothy Parker Suite.
The hotel lobby was upgraded in 2008 but still retains its understated elegance. Recessed and pendant lighting illuminate the legendary space. You can relax on the hunter green or midnight blue couches.
Eating and drinking
The Oak Room has been a popular watering hole for generations and has featured a number of high profile performers including Harry Connick Junior and Diana Krall. The Round Table Room restaurant serves American cuisine and the Blue Bar and Lobby also serve cocktails throughout the day, should you want a more low-key time.
Guests can use the hotel's fitness center throughout the day.
Service is more formal than at other hotels, due in part to the hotel's historic status. Don't worry, it's still friendly.
Who stays there
Business travelers, Europeans and anyone interested in New York's literary history.
Sundays are always cheapest. Look for deals in January and February too.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Room Service
- Business travellers
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Design and architecture
Pros & Cons
- Near Broadway
- Landmark hotel
- A bit fuddy duddy