What We Love
- Free coffee, fresh fruit and coffee cake in the lounge from 7 to 10 am
- In-the-know staff rolls out the red carpet for guests
- Sweet Midtown location steps from Carnegie Hall, MoMA and Central Park
- Free WiFi
What To Know
- There’s no gym, but guests can use the free fitness center at sister hotel Ameritania, a block away
- On-site dining is replaced with room service, and the friendly staff can make reservations at the area’s best restaurants
- Parking is $25 per day for cars and $35 per day for SUVs in the garage conveniently located next to the hotel
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Quirky ultramodern digs inspired by 1950s art and design. The lobby has a clubby throwback feel with leather armchairs and polished wood walls topped with a wink thanks to electric yellow ceilings and a graphic print border. Zebra carpets and primary colored wallpaper printed with floor-to-ceiling picture frames set a whimsical tone in the hallways.
Bed and Bath
The 37 guestrooms are less eccentric, styled in toned down charcoal and grey hues with pops of color (thanks to mod red chairs) and pattern (the dotted carpets reference modernist icons Charles and Ray Eames). Tufted white leather headboards hover above pillowy beds dressed in Belgian linens and houndstooth throws. Sleek slate bathrooms come equipped with rainfall showers, stainless steel appliances and C.O. Bigelow products.
Curl up on a funky zebra-print chair or chrome-colored sofa with a cup of java, some fresh fruit and coffee cake served daily at the second-floor lounge. After the morning pick-me-up, work on that fitness routine at the free gym a block away in sister hotel, Ameritania. The supreme staff has service down to an art and can give you the insider scoop on the best eats and must-sees.
In the Area
Pay tribute to the hotel’s design theme by checking out the galleries at the Museum of Modern Art. Next, wander through the exhibits at the Museum of Arts and Design, then stroll across the street to Columbus Circle and Central Park for a breath of fresh air. Those more musically inclined should catch a show at Carnegie Hall, a few short blocks from the hotel. Wrap up by tasting your way through the wealth of foodie favorites in the neighborhood, including the swoon-worthy swine at BarBacon gastropub, Brasserie Cognac’s classic French fare, McGee’s Irish bar (the model for How I Met Your Mother), and Frank Sinatra’s signature spot, Patsy’s Italian Restaurant.
How to Get There
Stayed for 2 nights before moving onto Hoboken. This hotel is in the prime location and the staff are super friendly and very helpful. They added to making our short time in the city the best possible experience. Thank you Moderne Hotel...Doing it right.
This hotel can be rated a bit under excellent Our room was a bit small and very warm when we checked in. However, staff worked hard to remedy the problem. Thank you to Alexis who stayed constant to fixing the issue. A very warm, friendly and concerned staff made our 2 night stay terrific
I had a wonderful stay at the Moderne NYC.
The staff was amazing.
David was genuine, warm, polite and fun.
Andy, Marcus and Samir were Courteous and true gentlemen.
Samir, went above and beyond! He made sure we got cabs to the airport, mailed items we forgot back to us. We appreciate them all