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An Iconic Midtown NYC Hotel

Welcome to Hotel Pennsylvania

Comfort meets convenience at Hotel Pennsylvania, a chosen destination among Herald Square accommodations. Our hotel in Midtown NYC is situated across from Penn Station, next to Macy’s, and steps from Times Square, Broadway and the theater district. Families, couples and business executives alike find Hotel Pennsylvania to offer a wealth of comfort during their stay in New York City. Coupling unmatched access to the most-visited Manhattan attractions, Hotel Pennsylvania is just minutes away from the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center and much more.

Each of our spacious 1,700 guest rooms at our Midtown NYC hotel offer a premier destination to rest and rejuvenate after a day full of business meetings or sightseeing around one of the wold’s greatest cities. Be greeted by a grand lobby, an idyllic meeting space for guests and visitors, before heading to one of our onsite restaurants to enjoy a delicious meal. Leave New York looking and feeling your best when you stop by our fitness center to squeeze in a workout or head to nearby Central Park to enjoy a scenic workout amongst a beautiful Manhattan backdrop. Regardless of what you choose to do during your stay, our central location offers an ideal home base for guests interested in visiting a Broadway show or catching a game at Madison Square Garden.

Offering historic touches from 1919, internet access, and a full-service lounge with complimentary breakfast for guests who stay in one of our Penn 5000 rooms, Hotel Pennsylvania is a distinctive choice among lodging in the area. Don’t miss out on affordable rates, a central location and a variety of amenities that are designed to enhance the comfort of your stay. Check out our image gallery and contact our hotel today to make a reservation at Hotel Pennsylvania.

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Place Name Phone Distance Show on map
Macy's at Herald Square, NY (212) 695-4400 0.12

Macy's Herald Square, originally known as the R. H. Macy and Company Store, is the flagship of Macy's department stores, located on Herald Square in Manhattan, New York City

Madison Square Garden (212) 465-6741 0.21

Madison Square Garden is a multi-purpose indoor arena in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. Located between Seventh and Eighth Avenues from 31st to 33rd Streets, it is situated atop Pennsylvania Station.

Pennsylvania Station 0.11

Pennsylvania Station, also known as New York Penn Station or Penn Station, is the main intercity train station in New York City.

The Empire State Building (212) 736-3100 0.32

The Empire State Building is a 103-story skyscraper located in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and West 34th Street.

Chrysler Building (212) 682-3070 1.18

The Chrysler Building is an Art Deco style skyscraper in New York City, located on the east side of Manhattan in the Turtle Bay area at the intersection of 42nd Street and Lexington Avenue.

Times Square (212) 768-1560 0.67

Times Square is a major commercial intersection and a neighborhood in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, at the junction of Broadway and Seventh Avenue and stretching from West 42nd to West 47th Streets.

Broadway 212.541.8457 0.79
Rockefeller Center (212) 332-6868 1.18

Rockefeller Center is a complex of 19 commercial buildings covering 22 acres between 48th and 51st streets in New York City, United States.

St. Patrick's Cathedral (212) 753-2261 1.46

The Cathedral of St. Patrick is a decorated Neo-Gothic-style Roman Catholic cathedral church in the United States and a prominent landmark of New York City.

Central Park 212.310.6600 1.77

Central Park is the 843-acre masterpiece of landscape architecture designed in the 19th century by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux and designated New York City's first scenic landmark in 1974. As one of America's greatest works of art and the nation's first public park, Central Park has become the most famous and beloved urban park in the world.

Place Name Phone Distance Show on map
Bank of America (646) 458-0010 0.09
TD Bank (212) 967-0055 0.25
Citibank (917) 746-1193 0.32
Chase Bank (212) 462-4262 0.28
Chase Bank (212) 971-6514 0.1
Bank of America (212) 290-1988 0.21
Bank of America (212) 290-1988 0.21
Bank of America 0.31
PNC Bank (212) 273-1320 0.09
PNC Bank (212) 273-1320 0.09
Capital One Bank (212) 239-2400 0.09
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City Perk (212) 244-3733 0.07
Tim Hortons (212) 630-0319 0.02
Heartland Brewery (212) 563-3433 0.32

When Heartland Brewery opened New York’s first American-style brewpub on Union Square in 1995, our city was not the hotbed of brewpubs, beer bars, and evolved beer drinking it is today. Heartland quickly established itself as a pioneer of the craft beer movement in New York City. Since then, Heartland has consistently brewed New York’s freshest craft beers, including six classic brews and a wide range of seasonal ones.

Macy's Cellar Bar & Grill (212) 868-3001 0.12

Burgers, beer & other refreshments power this casual spot at the Herald Square department store.

Pinkberry (212) 695-9631 0.36

Counter-serve frozen yogurt chain offering many toppings, plus smoothies & shakes in a sleek space.

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Macy's (212) 695-4400 0.12

Department store chain providing brand-name clothing, accessories, home furnishings & housewares.

B&H Photo & Video 212-239-7500 0.37

B&H, open for more than 30 years in the 34th Street District, is the professional photographer's go–to electronics store. Known worldwide for their impressive inventory and knowledgeable, unbiased sales staff, B&H is where to find the best equipment at the best prices for amateurs and professionals alike. The B&H Superstore has hundreds of products available for hands–on testing, including hard–to–find high–end merchandise. The store is also renowned for its efficient overhead trolley system that allows for hand–free shopping and a quick checkout. And you'll have access to a library stocked with multiple guides, catalogs, and source books, so you can make well–informed decisions about your purchases.

Foot Locker 212-629-4419 0.17

This Foot Locker store has a strong sports heritage, but don't forget about the fashion angle. Because of its size and selection of merchandise, this is a destination for New York City kicks lovers. All categories are covered: basketball, running, cross–training, and the athletically–inspired yet stylish shoe. The 34th Street store also has the newest in athletic apparel for men, women, and children, with looks they'll be proud to wear in class or at the gym.

Aldo 212-594-6255 0.3

If you saw it on the runways recently, look for it in Aldo soon. This Canadian shoe retailer can be depended on for having the newest trends and styles for men and women. Their 34th Street store recently moved down the block, so be sure to visit Aldo's new digs and treat yourself to the latest in chic footwear.

American Eagle Outfitters 212-947-1677 0.28

American Eagle Outfitters is one of 34th Street's most popular destinations for teen and young adult shoppers, both of whom flock to the store for affordable, quality, and on–trend styles. The 34th Street store boasts two floors of American Eagle fashions for the girls and guys.

Forever 21 212-564-2346 0.26

Forever 21 is the fastest fast–fashion in the retail world. 34th Street's Forever 21 has two floors full of women's clothing and accessories, but the guys get a little space on the second floor, too. Visit Forever 21 for styles inspired from runways around the world for rock–bottom prices.

Gap 212-760-1268 0.21

An American classic that's a staple in everyone's wardrobe, Gap Herald Square is a shopper's source for updated basics and seasonal designer collaborations, including Gap Design Editions, Artist Editions, and often the CFDA line. With Patrick Robinson at the helm, Gap has updated their classic basics and relaunched many of their iconic styles with on–trend makeovers. At the 34th Street store, shoppers can find Gap, GapKids, BabyGap, GapMaternity, and GapBody. And keep an eye out for the famous annual CFDA Designer Editions and buzz–worthy Pierre Hardy shoes.

H&M Herald Square 646-473-1165 0.27

One of the first meccas of trendy, fast–fashion and lower–priced designer collaborations, H&M is on every stylish shopper's list of must–visit (and often) destinations. H&M Herald Square has been recently renovated, and this store has it all. In addition to the usual gear for men and women, there is also kids, baby, maternity, accessories, and lingerie. The Herald Square store also carries H&M's limited–edition designer collaborations, like 2008's popular Commes des Garcons for H&M collection and the more recent Jimmy Choo collection. Shop this H&M (we have two in the District) for a wider selection of business appropriate attire, and visit the 34th and 7th store for more youthful, cutting–edge styles.

JCPenney 212-295-6120 0.11

One of America's leading retailers, JCPenney offers a wide array of national, private, and exclusive brands at great prices. JCPenney Manhattan Mall recently opened last summer and is the company's first Manhattan store. Located on the two lower levels of the mall, this department store carries fashions for the whole family, home furnishings, jewelry, and cosmetics. Visit Sephora's in–store boutique, shop the Cindy Crawford Style collection for home, and be sure to check out JCPenney's popular designer collections, including Bisou Bisou, I Heart Ronson, and Liz Claiborne.

Sephora 212-629-9135 0.13

Long known as the leading retail beauty chain in Europe, Sephora is now firmly entrenched in the US. 34th Street is happy to have two of these makeup meccas, one on 34th Street and a smaller in–store boutique at JCPenney in Manhattan Mall. A cosmetic superstore, Sephora is where makeup lovers can browse to their heart's content. The 34th Street store has been newly renovated, and stocks a huge selection of hard–to–find and newly–released brands. But Sephora isn't just for makeup. You'll also find a large variety of hair–care products, bath and body care, fragrances, and men's skin, shaving, and fragrance lines.

Uniqlo 1-877-486-4756 0.28

Uniqlo is a Japanese retailer that provides casual clothing for all at prices for less. Look for inexpensive but well–made cashmere, the Heattech heat generating clothing for winter, affordable denim, and the last +J collection, designed by Jil Sander

Victoria's Secret Herald Square 212-356-8380 0.25

The ultimate destination for the Victoria's Secret connoisseur, the store on Herald Square is one of Manhattan's flagship locations. This Victoria's Secret carries the full line of VS lingerie. In addition to the very popular bras and underpinnings, shoppers can also find the Pink collection, beauty products, and high–end designer lingerie perfect for very special occasions. This two–level store is a must–stop for all Victoria's Secret fans.

Zara 212-868-6551 0.29

Zara, a Spanish retailer, is 34th Street's upscale fast–fashion stop. Known for its highly trendy and chic merchandise, Zara can be depended on to always carry the best of runway style. The 34th Street Zara carries several categories, including shoes, accessories, menswear, and the Zara Woman line, the choice of style–conscious working women. Depend upon 34th Street's Zara if you find yourself in need of an updated look for meetings or interviews

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New York Presbyterian Hospital (212) 632-7400 0.14
Beth Israel Medical Center (212) 420-2000 1.52
Duane Reade (212) 268-3999 0.09
Duane Reade (212) 695-6346 0.31
CVS Pharmacy (212) 279-2856 0.37
CVS Pharmacy (212) 279-2856 0.37
Walgreens (212) 868-5790 0.32
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5 Bar Karaoke & Lounge (212) 594-6644 0.56
Pioneers (212) 714-2222 0.27
Winnie’s Lobby Bar (212) 729-0277 0.45
Stout NYC (212) 629-6191 0.07
The Blarney Rock Pub (212) 947-0825 0.13
Turntable Mad For Chicken (212) 714-9700 0.38
Players Sports Restaurant & Lounge (212) 868-2029 0.31
The Empire Room (212) 643-5400 0.5
Tracks Raw Bar & Grill (212) 244-6350 0.09
The NoMad Library (347) 472-5660 0.44
Monarch Rooftop 212) 630-9993 0.3
The Skylark (212) 257-4578 0.32
The Skylark (212) 257-4578 0.32
Refinery Rooftop (646) 664-0310 0.45
Top of the Strand (212) 448-1024 0.46
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Alice Austen House (718) 816-4506 11.35

Alice Austen was one of the first women to succeed as a professional photographer. Tour her home, which contains much of her work on display and also features a beautiful view of the NY harbor.

Battery Park City (212) 417-2000 3.48

Built on excavation rubble, dirt and sand from various construction projects, this park is a unique place for walking and exploring along the Hudson River.

Big Onion Walking Tours (212) 439-1090 6.87

Tour legendary NYC attractions with enthusiastic, astonishingly knowledgeable guides to such places as Central Park, Chinatown, Historic Harlem and Greenwich Village.

Lower East Side Tenement Museum 877.975.3786 2.53

Formerly a Lower East Side tenement house, this museum’s rooms will virtually teleport you to the1870s, early 1900s and 1930s.

New Museum 212.219.1222 2.13

Located on Bowery Street, this is provocative space features contemporary art and installations.

The Highline (212) 206.9922 1.49

See what’s become of a former elevated freight railroad in the Meatpacking District. High Line Park has been redesigned as a greenway, and opened to critical acclaim in June, 2009.

Nolita (North of Little Italy) 2.14

Home to quaint fashion- and design-oriented shops, Nolita is a great destination for unique jewelry.

Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art (718) 987-3500 15.65

Experience the only museum in the country devoted to Tibet.

Upright Citizens Brigade (improv comedy) (212) 366-9176 0.55

For just $5, you can catch comedians doing improv this NYC hotspot. Psst…there are usually special guest star appearances, too.

Place Name Phone Distance Show on map
The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology (212) 217-5970 0.29
Lee Young Hee Korea Museum (212) 560-0722 0.36
Postal Museum At James Farley Post Office (212) 330-3296 0.21
Fantasma Magic Shop (212) 244-3633 0.01
Metropolitan Museum of Art (212) 535-7710 2.74
American Museum of Natural History (212) 769-5100 2.49
Museum of Modern Art (212) 708-9400 1.25
Brooklyn Museum (718) 638-5000 6.42
Museum of the Moving Image (718) 777-6888 4.25
Guggenheim Museum (212) 423-3500 3.06
Lower East Side Tenement Museum (212) 982-8420 2.53
Rubin Museum Of Art (212) 620-5000 0.82
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Statler Grill 212-736-3353 0.07
Ayza Wine & Chocolate Bar 11 West 31st Street New York, NY 0.37
11 West 31st Street New York, NY 11 West 31st Street New York, NY 0.37
Blarney Stone (212) 594-5100 0.29
Mustang Sally's (212) 695-3806 0.27
Stout NYC (212) 629-6191 0.07
New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania
401 Seventh Avenue at 33rd Street, NY, 10001, USA
Phone: (212) 736-5000

Testimonials

I stayed in your hotel and was very happy with it. The room was clean and quiet. The rates were reasonable as compared to other nearby hotels and the location was conveniently located. I would stay again if I returned to the New York. The hotel exceeded my expectations. It was convenient to a shopping mall & subway station. The front desk staff was exceptionally courteous, particularly Ms. Shela, and she was helpful at all times. Once again I would like you to convey my thanks to all your staff who gave me warm welcome and made my stay comfortable with quality service. Warm Regards. Who gave me warm welcome and made my stay comfortable with quality service.

- C. Adwani

I just wanted to extend a huge thank you to you and your team at the hotel. We had a fantastic trip and the hotel was perfect! We really really enjoyed our stay! We got engaged in the hotel this time which made it even more memorable so we will definitely be back to visit in the future! Again a huge and sincere thank you. Best wishes and Merry Christmas.

- K. Tempany & J. Kiernan

I am writing to commend one of your employees, Andrew, aka the Bell Captain, for his excellent service. My family visited NYC over the Memorial Day Weekend. We travelled via bus, not wanting to deal with parking and driving in the city. We were scheduled to depart Sunday afternoon, meeting the bus across the street from the Hotel Pennsylvania. When we arrived at the meeting point, I realized that I had inadvertently left our bus ticket confirmations behind at the apartment where we were staying. Having limited time, there was no way we would be able to return to the apartment, nor could we contact the host. We were stuck, possibly having to stay another night in NYC and missing my elde…

- Valerie M.

This hotel is so conveniently located! It is true that the rooms are not huge and are dated but we didn’t come to NY to stay in our rooms. The beds were comfortable and we found the accommodations to be fine. If you’re looking for luxury, go to the Ritz. The lobby was very nice with plenty of seating and a 24 hour coffee shop and several gift shops and a mini market. The staff, especially group sales manager, Nadine Jackson made the whole process of booking and checking in very easy and they were very responsive to any request we had. I really felt like we got personal attention that is often lacking in a hotel of that size. I would stay there again and I would definitely b…

- R. Clemons

Hello Dear Friends, On behalf of my wife Svetlana, our children and me, please accept our highest esteem for your remarkable city. We adore traveling together with our children, relatives and friends. In the near future, we are going to visit your wonderful city again for a family holiday. Simply put, I want to thank all of you. We still have the most joyful memories of visiting your city and will never forget the happy moments.

- Sergey