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The Wyndham New Yorker Hotel - a grande dame with 83 years of history

Wyndham New Yorker Hotel
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The New Yorker Hotel opened its doors in 1930 as the largest hotel in New York City. Over the past 83 years, the property has welcomed famous entertainers, athletes and political leaders and remains one of the city’s most iconic properties to this day.

“Centrally-Located” Takes On a Whole New Meaning

The New Yorker’s convenient location on 34th Street and Eighth Avenue, across the street from Penn Station, allows guests to enjoy the best of the Big Apple in just a few minutes’ walk. Guests can enjoy live entertainment and world-class sports at Madison Square Garden or shop at Macy’s flagship store, both just one block away. The hotel is also near the Empire State Building and the Jacob Javits Convention Center, both a mere three blocks away. Theater enthusiasts can catch a show in the nearby theater district in a short 10-minute walk. Famed Times Square, too, is a quick stroll away.

The property offers six different types of accommodations:

· Metro Rooms – redesigned Art Deco style rooms located on the 19th floor and above

· View Rooms – guaranteed view of Empire State Building or the Hudson River

· New Yorker Rooms – redesigned Art Deco style rooms with a spacious layout

· New Yorker Suites – spacious one-bedroom that sleeps up to six, equipped with a sleeper sofa

· Tower suites – one-bedroom suites with panoramic city views, marble bathrooms and a wet bar and complimentary continental breakfast in the Sky Lounge

· Historic Rooms –rich in history and nostalgia, these rooms have hosted some of the most influential people of the past, including President Kennedy, Muhammad Ali and Joe DiMaggio.


· 24-hour fitness center

· Metro concierge with in-house New Hork City specialists

· Fully-equipped 24-hour Business Center

· Complimentary WiFi

· Transportation desk in Lobby

· Valet Parking

· Valet L

· Laundry


· Cooper’s Tavern – Wood-Paneled walls, geometric lights, and a spacious lounge lay the setting for the eclectic eats served at Cooper’s Tavern. Offering a fresh, modern approach to American cuisine, the Tavern is the perfect spot for lunch, dinner, or a pre-/post-theater bite.

· Tick Tock Diner – open 24 hours, 7 days a week, the shiny chrome exterior and bright neon lights provide the quintessential dining atmosphere providing comfort-food options. There are Italian, Greek and Tex-Mex influences – and they offer breakfast all day long!

481 Eighth Avenue, New York, New York

Tel:866-800-3088/ 212-971-0101

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