The Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton: About Us

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The Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hiltonmartinique-new-york-on-broadwayNYCRM-423New YorkFor over 100 years, the Hotel Martinique has elegantly reflected the rich history of its vibrant and dynamic location. Designed by Henry Hardenbergh, who also designed the Waldorf Astoria, the Plaza Hotel, and the Dakota Apartments on Central Park.https://historichotels.ibe.netbooker.com/web/FrontController.nb4?module=PropertySearch&operation=SinglePropertySearch&instanceId=172&execute=Yes&propertyCode=NYNEWYRK&chainCode=RAD&numberOfNights=2&specialRate=[%promo%]&lookAndFeelId=5910netbookerNYNew York49 West 32nd Street10001USUnited StatesNYNEWYRK99425RADGold1896-73.987820140.748277themartinique?v=app_4949752878(212) 736-3800/images/uploads/NYCRM/search/search-Martinique-on-Broadway-New-York.jpgsmall-groups,conferences,weddings,destination-weddings,special-occasionsre-enactments,lectures,programs,family-reunions,children,grandparents,extended-family,fitness,sports-groups,military,educational-groups,religious-groups,downtown-city-hotels,romantic-hotels,treatmentsbeaux-artscity-center-iconsHistoric Celebrationsmiles-celebrationsHistoric Getawaysmiles-getawaysHistoric Honeymoonsmiles-honeymoonsHistoric Reunionsmiles-reunions

For over 100 years, the Hotel Martinique has elegantly reflected the rich history of its vibrant and dynamic location. The hotel was designed by Henry Hardenbergh, who also designed the Waldorf Astoria, the Plaza Hotel, and the Dakota Apartments on Central Park. When designing the Hotel Martinique, Hardenbergh used his signature elements: heavily detailed by light-colored masonry, a chamfered corner, and tiled mansard roof. The Hotel Martinique’s vast lobby also featured an awe-inspiring mosaic-tile floor and an 18-story spiral staircase, both of which are still very much intact today. According to a period newspaper article in 1910, the French Renaissance style of the exterior that carried into the major rooms reflected the Apollo Gallery in the Louvre.

In 1916, department store magnate, Rodman Wanamaker, sponsored a luncheon at the Hotel Martinique, bringing together 35 prominent golf professionals and leaders of the game, which laid the groundwork to form the PGA. The formal birth of the Professional Golfers Association of America came nearly three months later on April 10, 1916 at the Hotel Martinique. Board members of the PGA continue to hold meetings at the Martinique to this day.

As the Hotel Martinique and its surroundings continued to flourish, it attracted many permanent guests including Job E. Hedges, former Deputy Attorney General for the State of New York.

Just as it was in 1896, the hotel is set in a stunning Beaux Arts building, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Still amidst the excitement, it is just steps away from the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Pennsylvania Station, Macy's – Herald Square Flagship Store, and the art galleries and restaurants in nearby Chelsea.

The Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton, a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2010, dates back to 1896.

Fun Fact"Human Fly" Harry F. Young had been hired to climb the Hotel Martinique to promote a silent movie, Safety Last. On March 5, 1923, a huge crowd, including Mrs. Young, assembled to watch this breathtaking spectacle. Young, wearing a placard saying “Safety Last” promoting the film, lost his grip and sadly fell nine stories to his death.

Original Property Opened: 1896

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number +1 800 678 8946


Location

49 West 32nd Street
New York, NY 20001

Check-in time: 4:00 p.m.
Check-out time: 11:00 a.m.

DiningBarIn-Room DiningBusiness CenterMeetingsWiFi
Fitness CenterFamily FriendlyPet FriendlyArt CollectionFilm Location

Hotel Amenities & Policies
Accessible Rooms: Accessible rooms are available. Please notify request at time of booking.
Adjoining Rooms: Adjoining rooms are limited and are not guaranteed to be available. Please notify request at time of booking.
Age Requirements: Guests are required to be 18 years or older with photo identification to reserve a room and check-in.
Airport Transportation: Not Available.
ATM
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to arrival.
Cribs and Pack-in-Plays: Available upon request; complimentary.
Deposit: All reservations require credit card guarantee at time of booking.
Early Check-In/Late Check-Out: Early check-in: subject to availability; Late check-out: $95 until 3:00 p.m. and one night room rate and taxes afterward.
Extra Person Fees: Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.
Occupancy Restrictions: Varies by room type; 2 to 4 guests.
Parking: Self-parking: Available $37 per 24 hour period (no in/out privileges); Oversized vehicles (SUV): $10 additional. Valet parking: Available; $47 per 24 hour period.
Payment: All forms of payment are accepted. Payment is required at time of booking. Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover are accepted.
Pet Policy: Service Animals Yes. Dogs Allowed: Yes. $25 nonrefundable charge per dog per day; a $100.00 daily per dog deposit is required up to $500.00.
Rollaways: Available upon request; complimentary.
Smoking Policy: Non-smoking property.
The above list may not be comprehensive and information is subject to change without notice. Fees and deposits may not include tax. Taxes, fees, deposits, and policies are subject to change without notice.

For over 100 years, the Hotel Martinique has elegantly reflected the rich history of its vibrant and dynamic location. The hotel was designed by Henry Hardenbergh, who also designed the Waldorf Astoria, the Plaza Hotel, and the Dakota Apartments on Central Park. When designing the Hotel Martinique, Hardenbergh used his signature elements: heavily detailed by light-colored masonry, a chamfered corner, and tiled mansard roof. The Hotel Martinique’s vast lobby also featured an awe-inspiring mosaic-tile floor and an 18-story spiral staircase, both of which are still very much intact today. According to a period newspaper article in 1910, the French Renaissance style of the exterior that carried into the major rooms reflected the Apollo Gallery in the Louvre.

In 1916, department store magnate, Rodman Wanamaker, sponsored a luncheon at the Hotel Martinique, bringing together 35 prominent golf professionals and leaders of the game, which laid the groundwork to form the PGA. The formal birth of the Professional Golfers Association of America came nearly three months later on April 10, 1916 at the Hotel Martinique. Board members of the PGA continue to hold meetings at the Martinique to this day.

As the Hotel Martinique and its surroundings continued to flourish, it attracted many permanent guests including Job E. Hedges, former Deputy Attorney General for the State of New York.

Just as it was in 1896, the hotel is set in a stunning Beaux Arts building, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Still amidst the excitement, it is just steps away from the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden, Pennsylvania Station, Macy's – Herald Square Flagship Store, and the art galleries and restaurants in nearby Chelsea.

The Martinique New York on Broadway, Curio Collection by Hilton, a member of Historic Hotels of America since 2010, dates back to 1896.

Fun Fact"Human Fly" Harry F. Young had been hired to climb the Hotel Martinique to promote a silent movie, Safety Last. On March 5, 1923, a huge crowd, including Mrs. Young, assembled to watch this breathtaking spectacle. Young, wearing a placard saying “Safety Last” promoting the film, lost his grip and sadly fell nine stories to his death.

Original Property Opened: 1896

Historic Hotels of America toll-free reservations number +1 800 678 8946


Location

49 West 32nd Street
New York, NY 20001

Check-in time: 4:00 p.m.
Check-out time: 11:00 a.m.

DiningBarIn-Room DiningBusiness CenterMeetingsWiFi
Fitness CenterFamily FriendlyPet FriendlyArt CollectionFilm Location

Hotel Amenities & Policies
Accessible Rooms: Accessible rooms are available. Please notify request at time of booking.
Adjoining Rooms: Adjoining rooms are limited and are not guaranteed to be available. Please notify request at time of booking.
Age Requirements: Guests are required to be 18 years or older with photo identification to reserve a room and check-in.
Airport Transportation: Not Available.
ATM
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made 72 hours prior to arrival.
Cribs and Pack-in-Plays: Available upon request; complimentary.
Deposit: All reservations require credit card guarantee at time of booking.
Early Check-In/Late Check-Out: Early check-in: subject to availability; Late check-out: $95 until 3:00 p.m. and one night room rate and taxes afterward.
Extra Person Fees: Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy.
Occupancy Restrictions: Varies by room type; 2 to 4 guests.
Parking: Self-parking: Available $37 per 24 hour period (no in/out privileges); Oversized vehicles (SUV): $10 additional. Valet parking: Available; $47 per 24 hour period.
Payment: All forms of payment are accepted. Payment is required at time of booking. Visa, MasterCard, Amex, and Discover are accepted.
Pet Policy: Service Animals Yes. Dogs Allowed: Yes. $25 nonrefundable charge per dog per day; a $100.00 daily per dog deposit is required up to $500.00.
Rollaways: Available upon request; complimentary.
Smoking Policy: Non-smoking property.
The above list may not be comprehensive and information is subject to change without notice. Fees and deposits may not include tax. Taxes, fees, deposits, and policies are subject to change without notice.