Panoramic views and a popular spot for coffee near Penn Station.
Guests at this Midtown lodging spin through the revolving doors to be greeted by high ceilings and huge chandeliers. When the property opened with 1,000 rooms in 1929, it was the biggest hotel in the world. Today, it’s a luxurious landmark where tourists come to sleep and New Yorkers come to sip coffee at the lobby café or eat at one of the two restaurants attached to the building: Tick Tock Diner is open 24 hours, and Cooper's Tavern serves pasta, steak and seafood. The hotel renovated all 900 Art Deco-style guest rooms and suites, which have hosted international celebrities ranging from Muhammad Ali and JFK to Nikola Tesla and Jennifer Hudson. Amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, plush beds, flat-screen televisions, work desks, HBO movies, clock radios and hair dryers. Upper floor luxury suites come with private Sky Lounge access and breathtaking NYC views. All guests are welcome to use the fitness and business centers.