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The New Yorker, A Wyndham Hotel, is one of the most famous hotels on 8th Avenue in Manhattan. The hotel has a history as intriguing as her intricate design. From her iconic Art Deco style to her ingenious American construction, the "Grand Old Lady" has been striking component of the New York skyline, towering above all others and illuminating it since her 1930 inception. Built with a private power plant, an underground tunnel to Penn Station and even an ice-rink, The New Yorker Hotel was the most technologically advanced of her day. At the height of her popularity she hosted influential politicians, celebrities, and sports figures, and entertained in The Terrace Room with the who's who of the Big Band era. Today she returns to her roots, proving that she was destined for greatness from the very start.

With 1,050 guest rooms and suites, 23,000 sq. ft. of meeting space and full service catering onsite, this Art Deco style hotel delivers contemporary comforts that leave nothing to be desired for today's business and leisure travelers. All of New York is at your doorstep when staying at The New Yorker Hotel. Guests will have access to Premium Wi-Fi, 24-hour guest services desk, business center and fitness center. It's convenient location provides many options for dining and shopping. Dining at the hotel includes Tick Tock Diner (open 24-hours) and Tratorria Bianca, both of which provide in-room dining options. This hotel is near many major attractions including, one block from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, and steps away from the Empire State Building, Macy's, the Theatre District, Times Square, Jacob Javits Convention Center and much more.