The New Yorker, A Wyndham Hotel

3* out of 5 stars

From Muhammad Ali to John F. Kennedy, The New Yorker, A Wyndham Hotel has played host to some of the world’s most famous citizens since opening its doors way back in 1929.  The historic hotel offers guests five different types of accommodations each boasting full hotel services and room amenities. If you’re looking to enjoy the same sort of luxurious decadence that JFK enjoyed then be sure to book the executive suites or tower rooms, which boast some of the most impressive views in the whole of New York.

The hotel’s ballrooms have been recently renovated so you can be sure they offer cutting edge style and sophistication suited to whatever business event or party you’re looking to host. With executive rooms across three floors creating a fluid, flexible and professional environment and experienced catering staff on call, the New Yorker is the ideal location for a New York wedding.

The hotel is also perfectly located in Midtown New York, just west of Broadway and such iconic attractions as the Empire State Building, making the hotel the perfect base from which to explore this most sleepless of cities.

Please note: This hotel charges a resort fee of approx $39 per room, per night, payable locally. 

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Accommodation

Metro Room Queen

Located on the 19th floor and above, these rooms feature stylish Art Deco design with one queen bed, flat screen TV, free HBO, work space with chair, hairdryer, iron and ironing board.

Metro Room Double

Located on the 19th floor and above, these rooms feature stylish Art Deco design with two double beds, flat screen TV, free HBO, work space with chair, hairdryer, iron and ironing board. Room varies from 160-180 square feet.

Metro View Room Queen

With stylish Art Deco design, these rooms offer scenic views of New York City. They include a Queen bed, a flat-screen TV with free HBO, a work space with chair, a hair dryer, an iron and ironing board. Views may vary from image.

Metro View Room Double

With stylish Art Deco design, these rooms offer scenic views of New York City. They include two Double beds, a flat-screen TV with free HBO, a workspace with chair, a hair dryer, an iron and ironing board. Room varies 240-260 square feet. Views may vary from image.

Executive Room Queen

These newly renovated rooms offer a Queen sized Simmons Beauty Rest bed and pillows, a flat-screen TV with free HBO, a workspace with chair, renovated bathroom, True Blue Spa toiletries, coffee maker, clock radio, USB outlet. Rooms vary 116-180 square feet.

Executive Room Double

These newly renovated rooms offer scenic views of New York City. They include two double size Simmons Beauty Rest beds and pillows, a flat-screen TV with free HBO, a workspace with chair, a renovated bathroom, clock radio/ charging station, True Blue Spa toiletries. Room varies 295-315 square feet. Views may vary from image.

Queen Suite

These spacious suites include a bed room with separate living room with a sleeper sofa, a bedroom with a Queen bed, two flat-screen TVs with free HBO, a workspace with chair, a hair dryer, an iron and ironing board. Rooms vary 250-300 square feet.

Queen Terrace Suite

These spacious suites offer scenic views of New York City. They include a separate living room with a sleeper sofa, a bedroom with a Queen bed, two flat-screen TVs with free HBO, a work space with chair, iron and ironing board. Rooms vary 250-300 square feet. Views may vary from image.

Family Suite

These gorgeous suites offer stylish Art Deco design and a separate living room with a sleeper sofa. They feature two double beds, two flat-screen TVs with free HBO, a workspace with chair, a hair dryer, an iron and ironing board. Room varies 420-460 square feet.

Facilities

  • Accessible rooms & facilities
  • Bars
  • Concierge
  • Early check-in & Late check-out
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Restaurants
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Wi-Fi

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Food & Drink

Butcher & Banker

Beneath the pulsing city lies a hidden dining destination, which officially opened in November 2017. This new steakhouse pays homage to The New Yorker Hotel’s history. Built in 1929, beneath the hotel, a bank vault and offices were occupied by the Manufacturers Trust Company until 1980. The opening of Butcher & Banker, marks the first time the vault has been open to the public in 37 years.

Tick Tock Diner

This iconic New York City diner in New York City serves classic American comfort food 24 hours a day. Tick Tock Diner offers an eclectic menu of home-style eats made from scratch, including mouthwatering sandwiches, fresh salads, appetizers, and juicy half-pound Angus burgers. With its art deco design, white and black checkered floors and shiny chrome columns, Tock Tick Diner delivers an all-American dining experience in midtown Manhattan.

Trattoria Bianca

With its inviting, modern atmosphere and trendy scene, Trattoria Bianca offers a fresh approach to regional American cuisine with Italian influences. The eclectic menu features reinvented classics including fresh seafood and fish, grilled steaks, pastas, thin-crust pizza, home-made soups, salads, and delicious share plates for lunch and dinner. Start off with lump crab cakes, calamari or Blue Point oysters.