The Iroquois New York
Spacious rooms in venerable surroundings.
What this hotel lacks in a lobby it makes up for with its service and guest rooms. The intimate entryway provides just enough space for bellboys to whisk away luggage; the check-in desk leads to a pair of elevators that whisk away the guests themselves. The neighborhood is an important part of staying here. Several venerated institutions, including the Harvard Club, The New York Bar Association and the Algonquin surround the hotel, which is buffered by newer attractions such as savvy hipster spot The Royalton. Transformed and upgraded, the 114 spacious accommodations are decorated in soft white and natural tones. Beds sport Frette linens, and the bathrooms are done in marble, and dual-line telephones with data ports, TVs, VCRs and CD players are all on hand. Triomphe restaurant does a good job providing decent food and service without pretension. Guests will also enjoy fitness facilities with a sauna, a business center and a complimentary New York Times delivered daily.
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