The Lexington Hotel, Autograph Collection

4* out of 5 stars

So many central New York hotels offer reasonably sized rooms for a high price, and as such the spacious and ostentatious types of rooms on offer at The Lexington (formerly Radisson Lexington) are a cut above the rest, for good value. Meanwhile it is located in New York’s trendy East Side, near Times Square and Grand Central Station, the UN Building, Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, Rockefeller Center, Central Park and Madison Square Garden.

The hotel is modern, classy with simple and stylish décor. Each room features high-thread-count cotton bedding, some including Lexington’s trademark adjustable mattress for the ultimate in comfort.

For the business traveller, the Lexington’s business centre is very well equipped with the latest technology including AV.

Otherwise the fitness-hungry can make use of the featured state of the art gym. And the party people can indulge in the Lexington’s very popular nightclub downstairs.

All this, and some exquisite dining courtesy of on-site restaurants spanning several world cuisines, meaning there’s sure to be something to whet your appetite.

Please note: This hotel charges a resort fee of $25 per room, per night, payable locally. 

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Accommodation

Standard Room

Stretch out and unwind with a King-size or a Queen-size Sealy® Encore Ultra Plush bed in our approximately 170-square-foot King Rooms boasting beautiful Art Deco décor, luxurious bath amenities and spacious desk areas suitable for work or dining.

Deluxe Room

Starting at 200 square feet, these rooms offer additional space to spread out for up to two guests. Sleep tight on a King-size or a Queen-size Sealy® Encore Ultra Plush bed surrounded by décor inspired by the Jazz Age. 

Deluxe Double Room

With approximately 300 square feet of space, these rooms feature two full-size Sealy® Encore Ultra Plush beds. You’ll find yourself nestled in a modern haven of art-filled décor evoking the Jazz Age. Art Deco bathrooms boast brilliantly restored marble, and high-speed WiFi keeps everyone well-connected. Stream your favorite shows on our smart TVs, or get ready for an unforgettable night on the town before returning to your NYC retreat.

Studio King

Starting at 275 square feet, these rooms offer additional space to spread out for up to three guests. Sleep tight on a King-size Sealy® Encore Ultra Plush bed surrounded by décor inspired by the Jazz Age.  

Junior Suite

Averaging 440 square feet, these upscale spaces offer a large bedroom and separate sitting room with pullout sofa to sleep family members and friends. With new Sealy® Encore Ultra Plush King or Queen beds and contemporary décor, these suites keep you comfortable and connected with free WiFi, a work desk and smart TV. Brew your first cup of morning coffee in the Keurig® machine and pamper yourself in marble bathrooms.

One Bedroom Suite

Our One-Bedroom Suites offer contemporary style and glamour and are approximately 700 square feet . Larger than our Junior Suites and offering even more space for families or groups on a vacation, these accommodations provide separate bedrooms and living rooms with a plush sofa bed, 55-inch smart TV and inspiring Art Deco décor. The oversized bedroom features one King or Queen bed with Sealy® Encore Ultra Plush mattress in addition to complimentary WiFi, so you’ll feel comfortable and connected every moment of your stay.

Conservatory Room

The Lexington Hotel was built in 1929 by Schultze & Weaver, a world-renowned architectural team responsible for many grand hotels of the Jazz Age. The Conservatory Suite commemorates our historic architectural heritage by celebrating the style of living space popular during its inception. Glass-walled conservatories were originally used as greenhouses but soon their atmospheric surroundings lent themselves to social gatherings. Watch the sun set over the Manhattan skyline from within your secret garden.

 Some notable items in the room

  • Hand-carved tropical hardwood bed in floral lotus theme
  • Set of Antique Illustrated Dictionary of Gardening from the late 1800s
  • Hanging English Zinc Chandelier with candles and moss
  • Topiary trees
  • Plan of Central Park from 1860, reprinted on canvas.
  • Custom artwork made of preserved Queen Anne's lace flowers pressed in glass
  • A vintage brass music holder
  • Sheet music books from 1929
  • Bespoke concrete wall hangings, tables & garden statuary
  • Textiles: black & white stripes, champagne silk, raw linen
  • Colours: White, black, gold, pine
  • Mood: Secret Garden

Hawaiian Room

The Hawaiian Room, an entertainment venue at The Lexington Hotel (1937-1966), was a tropical escape in the heart of New York City. Hundreds of dancers, singers and musicians were recruited from the big island to share their native Hawaiian culture while guests enjoyed coconut cocktails and a chef-prepared Polynesian Luau. It was a beloved fixture at The Lexington for almost 30 years so they honoured it by designing a Suite inspired by Polynesian culture. As they say, "Aloha" (welcome) to your very own oasis.

Some notable items in the room

"Melodies for Dancing from the Enchanted Islands" - an album of Polynesian songs recorded at The Hawaiian Room by the musicians that made it famous.

  • Vintage Barware of the era including Tiki Glasses & Cocktail Umbrellas
  • An authentic gourd drum and conch shell horn
  • Vintage woven palm leaf fans, customary at Luaus
  • Artwork made with natural found shells, handmade rice paper, and sea glass.
  • A Hula girl statue made from lava rock.
  • Rattan & bamboo with upscale, modern finishes such as gilding and lacquer
  • A woven hanging swing for the terrace
  • Textiles: natural, woven, textural
  • Colours: Ivory, gold, hibiscus, and wasabi
  • Mood: Oasis

Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Concierge
  • Gym
  • Hairdresser
  • Onsite Shop
  • Parking
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Wi-Fi

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Food & Drink

The Stayton Room

The Stayton Room pays homage to former U.S Navy Captain William Stayton who founded the Association Against the Prohibition Amendment.  Established in 1918, it was the first group created to fight Prohibition, and William Stayton was widely recognized as a key leader in the repeal of the 18th Amendment. The Stayton Room embodies the spirit of The Lexington Hotel which opened amidst the Prohibition era and the “Roaring Twenties.” The craft cocktail menu is inspired by classic Prohibition era libations with artisanal bar fare featuring locally sourced ingredients.