The New Yorker, A Wyndham Hotel

Midtown, New York

The hotel

Part of the very fabric of Midtown Manhattan, this Art Deco attraction is proudly capped with the red ‘New Yorker’ sign that’s made it a landmark in the city skyline. Inside its iconic 1929 shell, this Jazz Age hotel’s held on to its heritage with Art Deco inspired rooms, while moving with the times with complimentary WiFi. Its top location, just a block from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, means you’re well placed for attractions like Macy’s, Times Square and the Empire State Building. And it doesn’t matter what time you finish exploring, its 24-hour Tick Tock Diner will give you a taste of New York with American comfort food classics like burgers and all-day breakfasts. If you fancy something a little more upmarket, the New Yorker’s Trattoria Bianca comes with an oyster bar.

Amenities

  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

In Midtown West, along 8th Avenue, across the street from Penn Station, Madison Square Garden, and Manhattan Centre, and is just moments from Macy’s. It’s location also puts you right near sights like Times Square, the Empire State Building, Hudson Yards, and Jacob Javits Convention Centre. Transfer time from John F. Kennedy International Airport: 40 minutes.

Hotel information

1050 rooms. All with Art Deco inspired décor, 32” flat-screen TV with free HBO, complimentary WiFi, hairdryer and iron and board. Refrigerators* and coffee makers* are available on request. Standard Queen Rooms are 100-125 sq ft and are on floor 19 or above, with 1 queen-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Standard Double Double Rooms are 275-300 sq ft and are on floor 19 or above, with 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Tick Tock Diner (24-hour diner with American comfort food; open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with takeaway and delivery options). Trattoria Bianca (Italian menu with oyster bar; open for lunch and dinner). Butcher & Banker (steakhouse; open for dinner). 24-hour room service* (from Tick Tock Diner). Fitness centre. Complimentary WiFi. Private car service* and airport shuttle* available (through 8th Avenue Guest Service). Valet parking approximately $60-70 plus tax per day and self-parking approximately $40-50 plus tax per day available at ICON parking at 1 Penn Plaza (payable locally; subject to change).

* Denotes local charge.

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Please note: one person must be aged 18 years and over in each room at check-in.

Rating summary

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Apr 29, 2021 Q1164UOlaurar Hudson, New Hampshire

Hotel has such a history and even though a little dated, it's fun to realize the stories it witnessed. Mohammed was great at the front desk on check-in and the restaurant staff, especially Salvador, were awesome. It was just a quick overnight visit for an appointment, but they made it feel special!!!
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Apr 24, 2021 acivil2021

The rooms are too small and very uncomfortable, you can barely move around in them. The bathroom ceiling leaked, and it creeped me out. Most of the staff was rude. This was the worse hotel experience I ever had!!!
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Apr 18, 2021 melissarogers2670 Orlando, Florida

We chose The New Yorker for its location, aesthetic, and interesting history. Erica, the guest services director, and her staff were amazing with their attention to the guest experience. She went above and beyond and was able to actually show us the Nikola Tesla suite- which, for us, was incredible. Our accommodations were beautiful- we had the… Read more
We chose The New Yorker for its location, aesthetic, and interesting history. Erica, the guest services director, and her staff were amazing with their attention to the guest experience. She went above and beyond and was able to actually show us the Nikola Tesla suite- which, for us, was incredible. Our accommodations were beautiful- we had the good fortune to be upgraded to a terrace suite! The view, the comfort, the convenience- perfect. We will absolutely return. Thanks! Read less
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Apr 13, 2021 Gavapos Washington DC, District of Columbia

We got upgraded to a SUITE which had a balcony with views of the Empire State, Chrysler, Freedom Tower, and everything in between. Simply beautiful. Aside from the view and the extra space that came with the suite, the staff was amazing, specially Mohammed at the front desk. Also, I really appreciated all of the measures they are taking for COVID.… Read more
We got upgraded to a SUITE which had a balcony with views of the Empire State, Chrysler, Freedom Tower, and everything in between. Simply beautiful. Aside from the view and the extra space that came with the suite, the staff was amazing, specially Mohammed at the front desk. Also, I really appreciated all of the measures they are taking for COVID. Very pleased with my stay. I will definitely be coming back. Read less
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Apr 11, 2021 justinwV8745OY

After booking thru a site with “non refundable” charges, what are you supposed to do when you’re hit with a “cleaning fee” basically doubling the cost of the room. This is one of the dirtiest scumiest things I’ve ever encountered. Stay away. If you think you’re getting a good deal, you’re not.