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What We Love

  • Being one of the first to base yourself at the Beekman 1802 partner hotel
  • Taking Manhattan, one blocks-away landmark at a time

What To Know

  • Some of NYC's best sights (Grand Central, Fifth Ave and Bryant Park) are steps away
  • The restaurant and rooftop lounge have sweeping skyline views
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Midtown hotel blocks away from city landmarks, with a rooftop lounge and private balconies for every room

The Lowdown

In partnership with lifestyle brand Beekman 1802, The Bernic gives you a convenient base for exploring the bright lights and the big city. Your room is a white-tea-scented oasis with a cosmopolitan style that also references other international hubs. Whichever one of our offers you choose, you’ll also snag a private balcony, which is more than most New Yorkers can boast of their own abodes. The Deluxe Queen Balcony room is a little bigger than the Superior King Balcony option; upgrade to the Corner King Balcony for even more space. You’re also just downstairs from a rooftop lounge. Get a 360-degree view of the city from Allora, on the hotel’s rooftop. Bedecked in Carrara marble, with herringbone flooring, the restaurant and lounge serves Italian-American fare, from grilled branzino to zabaglione. Just don’t forget you’re in Midtown, which has some of the most famous restaurants in Manhattan.

In the Area

Name an iconic Manhattan landmark, and chances are that it’s within mere blocks of your room. Set in Turtle Bay, the hotel isn’t in the busiest part of Midtown (which is a good thing, when you need a full night’s sleep), but it still comes with easy access to the most famous sights. Rock Center and Radio City, Fifth Avenue and Central Park, Broadway and Times Square, Bryant Park and the New York Public Library–none of these are more than a 10- or 15-minute walk. Hungry? Take a seat at the iconic oyster bar in Grand Central Station. Thirsty? Grab a drink at the King Cole Bar, once graced by Dali and Dietrich. And if you’re simply feeling restless, the Bronx, the Battery, and every other thriving New York hub is but a breezy subway ride away.

How to Get There

The Bernic
145 E 47th St.
New York, NY United States



No idea how this hotel is 4 *! There is no lobby or lounge. You check in in a hall with 2 lifts. The room was large for New York standards and shower was adequate size but air conditioner sounded like a steam train. Couldn’t have it turned on while in the room. Breakfast was dreadful. Special K or special K !! That was the only cereal. Small plate of fruit , no yogurt. Won’t be back. Can’t believe it is a member of Hilton group.

Loved it!

My boyfriend and I were celebrating our 5 year anniversary. It was a beautiful hotel with really nice and modern rooms. This was a staycation for us and the staff made us feel super welcomed. Particularly Kelsey! She went out her way to make sure we were comfortable and had everything we needed from beginning to end. Great location with a nice view! Highly recommend.

Hotel gem
Sean D

Great hotel, awesome staff. Extremely convenient yet tucked away. We had a terrific few days away, and the Bernic was a big part of that. Good Irish bar across the street, and my new favorite NY Dive bar, the Snafu, just up the block.