High-floors offer views of downtown NYC and all the way to Brooklyn
10-minute walk from the Empire State Building and Times Square
Located above the famous Tick Tock Diner, which is open 24 hours
The New Yorker is about a 30-minute cab ride from LaGuardia Airport, and costs about $35-$40 in cab fare. The hotel is a 40-minute drive from John F. Kennedy International Airport, and costs about $52 in cab fare. The hotel is also across the street from Penn Station, with access to New Jersey Transit, Amtrak and Long Island Railroad.
Located in the heart of Manhattan, the iconic New Yorker Hotel is within a 15-minute walk of the city’s top attractions, including Madison Square Garden, the Empire State Building and Times Square. Thirteen major subway lines are within a five-block radius of the property, and Penn Station is across the street, making downtown landmarks like the World Trade Center and uptown must-sees like Central Park easily accessible.
With stylish art deco design, all of the New Yorker’s rooms include a flat-screen TV with HBO, a work space, a hair dryer, an iron and an ironing board. Guests can also opt for spacious suites that include a separate living room with a sleeper sofa. The hotel is right above the famous 24-hour Tick Tock Diner, a New York institution dishing out American-style comfort food -- everything from juicy burgers to crisp, fresh salads and an all-day breakfast menu. Other on-site dining outlets include a sleek Italian restaurant, Trattoria Bianca, and a new steakhouse, Butcher & Banker, which is inside a bank vault.