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  • Leap Year Offers You Don’t Want to Miss

    February 21

    Score 10–20 percent off room rates at Hotel Pennsylvania

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  • TIME OUT: Love watching those dandy doggies

    February 21

    We stayed immediately east across the street from MSG, in the massive Hotel Pennsylvania

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  • Made in Manhattan – the Revival of the Hotel Pennsylvania

    February 03

    The cosmo island capitalizes on romance like no one else can.

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  • Romantic New York City Hotel Deals

    January 23

    Endless romance falls into the City at Hotel Pennsylvania. 

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  • Valentine’s Day Getaways for the Last-minute Lovebirds

    January 23

    New York City-bound lovebirds have a reason to swoon: up to 25 percent off a stay at Hotel Pennsylvania through Feb. 16, 2020, via the hotel’s Endless Romance special.

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  • Hotel Pennsylvania

    January 06

    A hotel employee in the hallway saw us looking at the room signs, trying to figure out which way to go. She asked my room number and kindly offered to walk us there.

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  • Black Friday Deals New Jersey Families LOVE

    November 21

    The landmark Hotel Pennsylvania is at the heart of it all in midtown Manhattan. 

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  • An Exemplar of Hospitality Innovation

    November 06

    Hotel Pennsylvania introduced many firsts to the hospitality industry, from being the first hotel with in-house laundry service to the first with a refrigerator.

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  • New York City Hospitality Icon Celebrates Historic Milestone

    November 05

    Hotel Pennsylvania was the first hotel to put luxury touches within reach of the traveling masses.

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  • Hotel Pennsylvania Revives History with Completed Renovations

    October 14

    Hotel Pennsylvania is one step closer to the completion of its top-to-bottom transformation.

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  • Hotel Pennsylvania Celebrates 100 Years with a Facelift!

    October 07

    Ranking fourth in size amongst New York City hotels, the Hotel Pennsylvania’s prime Midtown location is unbeatable.

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  • Labor Day Weekend Travel Tips

    August 29

    Celebrating 100 years, the hotel is in the throes of an extraordinary top-to-bottom modernization, and puts the best of New York City at your fingertips (think sensational guestroom views of the Empire State Building and access a block away to Madison Square Garden and Macy’s.)

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  • Hotel Pennsylvania Gets a New Look

    June 23

    New York’s Hotel Pennsylvania marks its centennial with the debut of the first phase of renovated guestrooms and The 1919 Pantry, a visual historical experience of the amenities, services and images from the hotel’s past.

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  • NYC’s Hotel Pennsylvania Emerges from the Past Into a New Era

    June 12

    NEW YORK—Hotel Pennsylvania, located across from New York’s Penn Station, turned 100; in celebration of this milestone, it has embarked on a renovation that marries the old with the new.

    With 20 years under his belt at this property, GM Fred Grapstein is also part of the fabric of the Hotel Pennsylvania’s history.


  • New York City’s Most Significant Hotel Celebrates 100 Years

    April 04

    A New York City hotel classic since 1919, Hotel Pennsylvania, recently called “the most important hotel of the 20th Century,” is proud to announce it will be celebrating its 100-year mark with
    the introduction of “The Penn Plaza Collection” featuring hundreds of fully modernized rooms achieved after a multi-phase, multi-million dollar design project that will make guests fall in love with this historic hotel all over again.

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  • The Midrange Manhattan Hotel That Changed American Hospitality

    February 28

    Shame on the Hotel Pennsylvania, and shame on all of us. This midtown Manhattan hotel just had its hundredth birthday, and no one threw a parade down Seventh Avenue. No one handed out free coffee in the lobby or put up bunting. We’re not even sure what day it was—Wikipedia and the New York Times say Jan. 25, but an employee told me it was the 23rd (though he had also heard the 22nd).

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