Jazz Age landmark in Midtown Manhattan

The Roosevelt Hotel, Midtown, New York

Deluxe Double Bed room

Deluxe King room

Queen Jr. or One Bedroom Double suite

New York City

New York City

New York City

New York City

Queen Jr. suite

A historic New York City icon in the heart of Midtown Manhattan 

Starts in 23days 14hrs 47mins

An elegant and luxurious stay at a 90-year-old Midtown landmark known as the grand dame of Madison Avenue


The 1,025 accommodations are warm and inviting, with traditional design and distinctively modern amenities. Deluxe rooms are spacious and luxurious, measuring in at 200 to 300 square feet and offering your choice of one king bed or two full beds. Queen Jr. suites offers 350 square feet, which includes a queen bed and a living area. For the most space, the light-filled One Bedroom Double suites run 560 square feet; these also include a living area, along with a refrigerator and microwave, and a bedroom with two full beds.


- Flatscreen cable HDTV with thousands of channels
- iPod/mp3-equipped clock radio
- Premium bedding
- Dual-line telephone with voicemail
- Dataport capabilities
- Luxurious bath amenities
- Plush sofa chair
- Solid-wood desk with comfortable chair
- Lamp
- Complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi
- Plush down comforter
- Safe
- Coffeemaker (upon request)
- Individual climate control
- iMedia – Internet access and streaming movies (fees apply)
- Hair dryer
- Iron and ironing board
- Room service (breakfast only) (fees apply)


The extensive dining program includes the Roosevelt Grill, an elegant, traditional breakfast room, as well as mad46 seasonal rooftop bar and lounge – open from May to October – and Madison Club Lounge, for steaks, pastas and after-hours drinks in a richly appointed barroom and billiards hall. Contemporary Vander Bar is a street-level gastropub that doubles as a sports bar.


The hotel is located in Midtown Manhattan, arguably one of the city’s most dynamic boroughs. In addition to hosting the likes of Times Square and Fifth Avenue’s shopping stretch, the area is also home to Broadway theaters, the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden and Rockefeller Center. Grand Central Terminal is just steps away, and Penn Station is also within walking distance, for day trips throughout the Northeast.

Excellent for
City Hotel Sightseeing

We like

  • The rich history of this Jazz Age icon, which once served as the governor’s residence 
  • The excellent Midtown East location, on Madison Avenue and steps from Bryant Park and Grand Central 
  • The extensive dining program, including a breakfast room, gastropub and seasonal roof bar 

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