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The New Yorker

Icon of the New York City Skyline. An Art Deco landmark, just steps from Broadway, Penn Station and the High Line.

The New Yorker Hotel is a Manhattan icon – so much history and so many secrets….Built with a private power plant, an underground tunnel to Penn Station and even an ice rink, The New Yorker was the most technologically advanced of her day.

The famous red block lettering on its façade is a popular landmark. The Art Deco building was completed in 1930, during the height of the Jazz Age,

The Midtown West location puts you in the heart of Manhattan, steps from Penn Station, Madison Square Garden, Times Square, the Javits Center, and innumerable attractions. The hotel offer more than 1,000 guest rooms and suites, but you will still discover personal service that makes you feel right at home. Relax in your own Art Deco-inspired sanctuary room, complete with a plush white bed, HDTV, and work desk.

The New Yorker, 481 8th Avenu

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