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The New Yorker is a Manhattan icon. Its Art Deco design made it hugely popular when it first opened in 1930, and it still attracts a crowd looking for a taste of New York’s grand Jazz Age. A number of celebrities and politicians have stayed here or been entertained in the Terrace Room, so you’ll be walking in the footsteps of the greats. With its huge marble-clad lobby, stylish touches and stunning New York views, it’s a hotel that promises a glamorous experience.
It takes a matter of minutes to walk from The New Yorker to famous Times Square and Broadway. You’ll also be just a five-minute walk to Penn Station. With such a central midtown location, The New Yorker is the ideal base for adventures around the city. Whether you’re spending your morning at Central Park or getting a photo by the Statue of Liberty, you’ll have the transport you need on your doorstep. The hotel concierge can also arrange trips for you, taking any hassle out of your New York City break.
You’ll be spoilt for food options within the hotel’s walls. Choose from three restaurants where you’ll be served delicious, hearty meals. Grab something quick and filling from the Tick Tock all-American diner. Order a juicy slab of meat and delicious cocktail from the speakeasy steakhouse. Or opt for Art Deco refinement at the Italian restaurant, with its own oyster bar.
You can’t get better than Tick Tock Diner for all-American comfort food. Juicy burgers, well-filled sandwiches and all-day breakfasts will keep you coming back to this New York institution.
Dine on classic Italian dishes at this elegant Art Deco restaurant. Find your favourite pastas and pizzas alongside beautifully cooked meats and seafood.
Hunker down in the hidden depths of the hotel, in what was once a bank vault. You can dine on gorgeous steaks, and wash it down with a rich red wine or a signature cocktail.
If you’re not feeling sociable, you can order a meal straight to your room from a dedicated menu. You’ll find large sandwiches and generous salads on offer.
Each room at The New Yorker has an elegant feel. The designs reflect New York’s former Twenties glamour, finished with a neutral palette to provide a calming sanctuary away from the bustling city streets. You’ll have all the essentials you need, such as free Wi-Fi, a hairdryer and an extremely comfy bed.
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