Opened during the 1920s, the Roosevelt’s Art Deco style helped define New York glamour for the ages.
The enormous lobby is filled with gilt, marble, and tile, softened by elegant tables and sofas. Meeting rooms are no less ornate, yet stately, providing a tasteful backdrop for business and pleasure. While room sizes vary, each has a restful elegance with warm colors, fine linens, and quintessential city views.
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The Roosevelt offers multiple dining options, including the clubby Madison Club Lounge with its mahogany walls and stained glass windows, the more contemporary Vander Bar and the rooftop Mad64 lounge. The hotel is right near Grand Central Station for quick in and out of the city, while also being conveniently located near many site-seeing attractions the Big Apple is known for.