The New Yorker

New York, NY

The New Yorker hotel combines rich history with proximity to the best New York City has to offer today. The stately hotel — a Big Apple institution! — is just a block from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station and minutes from the Empire State Building, the shops of Herald Square, the Jacob Javits Convention Center and the dynamic new Hudson Yards complex.


New York, NY




481 8th Avenue (at 34th Street)
New York, NY 10001

Opening Date

June 1929



Quiet Amidst the Bustle

Find sanctuary amid Manhattan’s hustle and bustle. The New Yorker’s stylishly appointed rooms offer super comfortable beds, flatscreen TVs with free HBO, spacious workspaces and speedy Wi-Fi. (Bring your pet!) The hotel’s iconic eatery, the Tick Tock Diner, serves up American comfort food favorites at all hours, while the Butcher & Banker steakhouse and Trattoria Bianca Italian restaurant ensure any food craving can be met. If you’re looking for the perfect event space, The New Yorker boasts 23,000 square feet of options, as well as catering and planning services.

The Best of Midtown West

Stay in the heart of it all! In addition to offering easy access to must-sees such as the Empire State Building, Macy’s Herald Square and Madison Square Garden, The New Yorker is an easy walk from Times Square and its theater district. Looking to venture further afield? Just head one block to Penn Station for a full range of subway and railroad options. At this hotel, the only question is: What do you want to do first?