Free espresso offered around the clock in the library
The state-of-the-art fitness center is open 24/7
What To Know
Rooms facing 44th Street have the best views, but can pickup street noise so it's worth requesting a room on a higher floor
WiFi is available for an additional $14.95 per day, but is free in the hotel's main areas
Parking on site
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A midtown Edwardian dandy with an Old World lounge and cocktail bar
This 12-story number is done up in pearly white marble, oak-paneled walls and gilt-framed artwork. First built in 1903 as a gentlemen’s club for young swells, it held a place of honor on what is still known as Club Row (44th Street between 5th and 6th avenues). More than a century later, the Edwardian edifice remains dapper and poised throughout, with gleaming crown moldings, a ladder-equipped library and wrought iron staircases.
Bed and Bath
The 126 guestrooms have hardwood floors, kingsize beds with upholstered headboards and 300-thread-count linens, black-and-white photographs by Judith Turner, and original bay windows with cushioned seats. Suites have charming living areas with French doors that lead to the bedroom, and one even has a miniature library. Although the bathrooms are pint-size (some have the sink outside the door), they’re stocked with great Beekman 1802 bath products.
The Club Room has low wooden game tables, leather chairs and a free self-serve espresso station available around the clock. The dapper M Lounge serves breakfast — fluffy cheddar omelets and sweet buttermilk pancakes — but is best for an after-work drink by the mahogany bookcases beneath romantic Beaux-Arts lighting. There’s also a gym with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment.
In the Area
Sample the exquisite French fare across the street at Daniel Boulud’s db Bistro Moderne, from pan-seared monkfish and crispy duck confit to the foie gras–, short rib– and truffle-stuffed burger. Walk to the TKTS booth, just five blocks from the hotel, for day-of, half-price tickets to Broadway shows. Less than three blocks away, the New York Public Library, on the National Register of Historic Places, houses one of the world’s largest rare book collections; it offers free tours Monday to Saturday. After sampling the art at the Museum of Modern Art, behold the bold French-American cooking going on at the Modern.
The Mansfield Hotel
12 W 44th St
New York, New York 10036
How to Get There
Flights are available to John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) and LaGuardia Airport (LGA) from major U.S. cities on a variety of carriers. Transfers to/from JFK, about 18 miles away, and to/from LGA, about nine miles away, cannot be arranged through the property. Taxis are available to/from JFK and LGA for approximately $45, each way. The AirTrain to/from JFK connects to the A, E, J and Z subway lines and costs only $5 per person, each way.