A glowing beacon for what's cool and chic in Gotham City, Hudson New York is one seriously hip hotspot in a prime Midtown location. Begin your stay through an electrifying entrance, and ascend the neon-yellow escalator to a dimly lit lobby with exposed brick walls covered in ivy. Designed by Philippe Starck, this boutique gem marries converted industrial architecture with Art Nouveau interiors.
Although Hudson New York is a stone's throw from some of the city's most iconic landmarks, there's plenty to do right at the hotel. Make like a swanky New Yorker at the sophisticated Library Bar, take in city views and catch some sun on the Sky Terrace, or grab a bite and a craft beer at Hudson Common.
When it's time to explore the Big Apple, you'll find yourself in one of the best neighborhoods in Manhattan, moments from Columbus Circle, a few blocks from Central Park and mere minutes to Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall. But with this sleek base and many of the best sights at your doorstep, you may never need to leave Midtown West.
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Please note that a facilities fee of $29.95 (plus tax) per room, per night is payable directly to the hotel. The facilities fee includes high-speed Wi-Fi for up to four devices at 10MB of bandwidth; all local phone calls; unlimited use of the 24-hour fitness center; and a $10 food and drinks credit per room, per night (which may not be rolled over to the following day or used in conjunction with any other offer).
What the accommodations lack in space, they make up for with sleek, contemporary style. Inspired by transatlantic travel, warm Makore walls and wooden floors imported from Africa contrast against bright white linens. You'll be delighted by the small touches, like x-ray-inspired lamps from British photographer Nick Veasey.The 150-square-foot Standard rooms offer a queen or double bed, plus city or river views. Superior rooms are a bit larger, at 170 square feet, with a queen bed and views of the city or courtyard. Deluxe rooms are a tad more spacious still, at 200- to 220 square feet, with a queen bed and views of the river or courtyard. If you opt for the Deluxe Double Double room, you'll have between 300 and 350 square feet, along with two double beds. Deluxe studios are 275 to 300 square feet, with a sitting area and a queen bed.
Hudson New York hosts a bevy of cool and cozy spots to grab a cocktail and a bite to eat. Depending on the season, you may be able to catch the views on the hotel's beautiful rooftop oasis, Sky Terrace, or cozy up with a cocktail in Library Bar. Enjoy craft beers and American fare at Hudson Common, or lounge on that spot's adjacent patio – which connects to Private Park, an outdoor hangout that now features a Veuve Clicquot champagne bar. Don't forget Hudson Bar, a quintessential New York cocktail lounge, whose youthful, high-energy vibe echoes the hotel's.
Anchored just off of Columbus Circle on 58th Street and Columbus Avenue (also known as 9th Avenue), you're only blocks from Central Park, three avenues from the Hudson River and a short subway ride away from downtown Manhattan.