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The Iroquois New York

4 star hotel 89

49 West 44th Street, New York, NY 10036, US

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Our take on The Iroquois New York

Reminiscent of a simpler time, The Iroquois hotel New York is an Old World retreat in the heart of midtown Manhattan. It's enjoyed a long history, and even in the worst of times, it can at least boast that it was once the residence of James Dean -- even if he was just a penniless, aspiring actor at the time. Its unbeatable location puts guests just minutes from Times Square, fabulous Fifth Avenue shopping and Grand Central Station, which means the rest of New York City and its numerous attractions are all a train or subway ride away. While the hotel's outfitted with vintage-inspired decor and furnishings -- like a classic grandfather clock, rich wooden detailing and a huge library -- there's no shortage of modern conveniences to help balance the new with the old. Wireless Internet access, premium pillow-top mattresses, marble bathrooms and high-definition TVs with DVD players are just a few of the modern amenities that have been added. Though it's not always easy to find a gem among New York City hotels, The Iroquois sparkles.


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Quiet Rooms

Executive Kings are considered to be the quietest, since they're located at the back of the hotel. Keep in mind that these rooms don't offer any views. The hotel is only 12 floors, so if you want to try to escape the street noise, request to be above floor 8, and towards the back of the hotel.

Rooms with a View

There are a small number of rooms that offer views of the Chrysler Building. These rooms are in the Deluxe category, and the Chrysler Building view must be requested (although it can't be guaranteed).

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Executive Kings are the largest non-suite rooms in this hotel.

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