The Wyndham New Yorker
Built in 1929, during the height of the Jazz Age, the iconic New Yorker hotel has dazzled visitors with its Art Deco décor, exceptional service and superb location in New York’s Midtown West for generations.
- Iconic Manhattan Hotel
- Close to New York’s top attractions
- Comfortable guest rooms with free WiFi
- The famous 24 hour Tick Tock Diner
- Just two blocks from Penn Station
About your hotel
The New Yorker was at the forefront of the city’s building boom in the 1920s. At the time of its opening, it was the largest hotel in New York City, with 2,500 rooms – not to mention the nation’s largest private power plant, installed in the hotel’s sub-basements. The Big Band era of the early 1930s ushered in the first heyday of the New Yorker, as guests affected by the Great Depression visited the hotel to forget their troubles, if only for a short while.
Located on 34th Street and Eighth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan, just two blocks south of Penn Station, the New Yorker is surrounded by New York City’s most exciting attractions including the Empire State Building, Madison Square Gardens, Jacob Javits Convention Centre, Times Square and the Broadway Theatre District.
The New Yorker’s comfortable guest rooms provide a relaxing, Art Deco-inspired sanctuary amidst the energy of Midtown Manhattan.
34th Street and Eighth Avenue, Midtown Manhattan.
Room are air conditioned with cable TV, free WiFi, hair dryer, ironing equipment and coffee maker.
Two restaurants, bar, 24-hour fitness centre and laundry service.
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All prices are per person, based on 2 sharing a twin or double room. Seasonal variations may apply, please call Freedom Destinations for more information and availability.