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What We Love

  • The sleek and modern David Rockwell redesign, with lavish, high-tech amenities
  • The access to the nearby Equinox fitness club
  • The bar, LeGrande Lounge, and the Serafina outpost

What To Know

  • Guestrooms are on the small side, starting at 250 square feet
  • The on-site fitness center isn't open yet, but guests have free access to the Equinox gym near Rockefeller Center


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
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A Times Square-area hotel designed by David Rockwell

The Lowdown

Get in the Empire State of Mind, and live it up with a posh stay in
Midtown Manhattan that plays off its iconic neighborhood. The Time New York is all set up to cater to creative travelers and anyone curious about
the local point of view; the concierge is always ready to arrange your
outing to a Broadway show or get you a reservation at a trending eatery.
Since you’re in the Theater District, you won’t have to go very far to
get to either.
In fact, the redesigned interiors – by none other than David Rockwell – are a great match
for all the innovation happening right on the block; you’re doors away
from Broadway shows The Book of Mormon and Chicago, for
instance. Of course, you
could always get a taste of the new and next right at the hotel: Hit
Italian restaurant Serafina opened its outpost here in December. And if you’d like a setting-appropriate drink before then, you can always ask the LeGrande Lounge bartender to mix you a Manhattan.

Rooms and suites

Moody lighting, industrial accents and
pops of metallic make you feel like you’re in an urban oasis. The
hotel’s rooms and suites feature lavish touches, like Italian Frette
linens, marble bathrooms with rain showerheads, plush furnishings,
Samsung Smart TVs, gourmet minibars and more so you can stay
comfortable, and maybe even sleep when the 24-hour city doesn’t.Classic
King rooms range from 225 to 250 square feet and hold one king bed,
while Classic Double Double rooms are larger – 265 to 325 square feet –
with two doubles. If you spring for the Timeless suite, you’ll have a
roomy 420 to 510 square feet to spread out in, including a bedroom with a
king bed and a separate living room with a pull-out sofa bed.


LeGrande Lounge mixes cocktails in a clandestine setting, on the mezzanine. The
hotel’s soon-to-open Serafina outpost will serve the Italian pastas, pizzas, salads and
seafood plates that have made the local chain a hit. Its moody décor and
sleek lines charm will give you a side of style, too, and you can also
expect a cheerful crowd of other enthusiastic diners.


in the Theater District and Times Square neighborhoods, between
Broadway and Eighth Avenue, the hotel gives you near-instant access to
the surrounding music and arts scene. Whether you’re getting around by
foot, by subway or by yellow cab, this premier Midtown address means all
the iconic NYC attractions are just minutes away. Visit the Square
itself, see a Broadway show, shop Fifth Avenue, explore Central Park, or
head to a totally different neighborhood and explore away.

How to Get There

The Time New York
224 West 49th Street
New York, NY 10019 United States


4.5 Very Good 1064 Reviews
Great hidden hotel!
Reviewed 1 day ago

Just returned from an overnight here on 3/17. I was in the city with my teenage daughter to see a show and wanted a hotel near 54th St and not too $$$
This fit the bill perfectly!
The staff were all very friendly. Elevator to 2nd floor to check in. Room on 15th floor was nice. Not huge but did the trick! Bed was very comfortable. It had cool features- tv in mirror, cool lights( a little dark in the room and bathroom but ok).
Continental breakfast included. Nothing great but just a little to start the day. They checked our bags but charged $2 bag after one each free.... really??? Come on. Kind of silly seeing as I tipped too. Nothing that would stop me from staying again. Good hotel to add to our choices for s NYC trip! We’ll be back!

Visit their Wine and Cheese!
Reviewed 2 days ago

The atmosphere and service were absolutely wonderful! Dee, the host, was amazing. She was very prompt and always there to check on us. We enjoyed the red wine and delicious cheese. We highly recommend this place. Can’t wait to come back already!

10 nights of bliss
Reviewed 1 week ago

I stayed at the Time Hotel New York for 10 nights in March. The hotel is clean, private, modern and very chill. The rooms are spacious (Delux King) and well taken care of. My rooms were passionately taken care of by adorable Tsultrim, who made my day each morning by smiling and being such a happy person. And every day my room was spotless and extremely inviting.
Dry cleaning service is affordable and good.
The only criticism is about the breakfast - very simple and not very gluten-free friendly. But since everything else was so great, I give the experience ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Reviewed 1 week ago

We stayed in this hotel for 5 nights in March. The rooms were spacious (for the average New York standard)and clean. Breakfast was ok and was included in the price. The hotel is just next to Times Square located in the theater district which makes it very easy for commute. Staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful, especially Josh “The Batman” Bellman who was really kind and supportive when we had a small health issue with my wife. Overall we were very satisfied with our stay there.

1st Trip to NY from Down Under
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Me and my wife came to New York for 12 days we could have not came to a more complete hotel in the middle of everything. The whole staff was pleasant and amazing especially Dee their Lobby host for wine cheese, Nikolas their bellman, Alex is so friendly houseman. It's well rounded and close to Times Square and other neighborhoods we visited like Chelsea and Village for jazz. Legrande is fun for their cocktails.

From Mauro and Sonia