Inhabiting an original 1900's building amongst the theaters of Broadway, this boutique European-style property offers quiet luxury in the middle of Manhattan. Located on West 44th a three-minute walk from Times Square, the The Iroquois New York Hotel is close to all the important spots. While cabs are readily available they're not necessary, as Grand Central Station is only a few blocks away and the Empire State Building, MOMA and Fifth Avenue can all be reached within minutes on foot. Guests here are reminded of the hotel's luxury status at every turn: Molton Brown toiletries, fancy chocolates at turndown, Bose radios and free shoe shining are included in the room rate, while newly renovated interiors shine with gold details and expensive linens. Books and DVDs are free to borrow from the Iroquois beautiful wood-paneled library.
Triomphe is continually voted one of the best restaurants to dine before or after a show in the Theatre District. Its menu is inspired by the seasons. It also has a stylish bar and can offer in-room dining to its guests.
Chef Jason Tilmann has crafted the city's finest French dining experience at Triomphe. Indulge in Slow Braised Short Ribs, Prime Dry Aged Sirloin or Sole Meunier, complemented by a rich red or crisp white wine.
Lantern's Keep Cocktail Salon
Transport yourself to Paris, circa 1898. Sip a hand-crafted Highball, savor Charcuterie and Artisanal Cheese and slip into a simpler time. The elixirs are rivaled only by the salonâ€™s secretive, subdued aura.