The Best Hotels to Book Near Radio City Music Hall, New York
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Radio City Music Hall, inside the Rockefeller Center, couldn’t be better located right in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Roll into bed at one of these top hotels after a show at this legendary music venue, and book your stay with Culture Trip now.
As the home base of the Rockettes dance company, Radio City Music Hall – with its electric and eye-catching neon signage – is one of the most iconic entertainment venues in New York. It’s also hosted numerous performances and award shows over the course of its illustrious history. The surrounding area contains a plethora of attractions, including the Rockefeller Center, Museum of Modern Art, Times Square and trendy Fifth Avenue shopping strip. You’ll also find a myriad of top-quality hotels in the vicinity to suit just about any traveler.
Room Mate Grace Boutique Hotel
Boutique Hotel, Chain Hotel
4.3/5 (851 Reviews)
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Now from $157 per night
Located smack-dab in the heart of Manhattan, it doesn’t get much more central than this hotel. Take your pick from 139 spacious rooms that are fitted out with either floral or geometric wallpaper, velvet furnishings and rain showers. Some suites even include skylights and a separate sitting area. Finish the day with a dip in the indoor heated pool – which includes cocktail service – sweat it out at the sauna, or hit the weights at the 24-hour gym.
Kimpton Muse Hotel New York
4.5/5 (890 Reviews)
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Now from $214 per night
This pet-friendly boutique hotel boasts fun and funky interiors, conveniently located near Radio City Music Hall. Geometric black-and-white prints are punctuated with bright pops of color, while bold artwork decorates everything from the walls to throw pillows. Wind down in the evening at the hotel’s Muse Bar. Besides classic cocktails like martinis and negronis, it also has a substantial food menu that includes favorites like lobster pot pie, mushroom fritters and hearty sandwiches.
M Social Hotel Times Square New York
4.3/5 (233 Reviews)
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Now from $116 per night
Looking for a contemporary and stylish stay? Make a beeline for the M Social. You can’t miss the lobby centerpiece – a stunning digital art installation that displays a rotating gallery of contemporary art. Meanwhile, the spacious rooms are outfitted with large beds, chaise lounges and rain showers. You’re sure to get a good night’s rest, thanks to soundproof glass windows, which help to block out the round-the-clock cacophony of the city that never sleeps.
Park Central Hotel New York
3.9/5 (3635 Reviews)
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Now from $120 per night
This hotel was built during the Roaring ’20s and has hosted many significant figures over the years, including First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. The sleek guest rooms feature comfy beds crowned with pillow-top mattresses, as well as a large writing desk. For a quick bite, visit the hotel’s Central Market. Breakfast pastries and sourdough sandwiches, made by New York’s artisanal vendors, are among the offerings.
Club Quarters, Times Square
4.2/5 (1432 Reviews)
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Now from $127 per night
Take in the sights of Midtown Manhattan from this cozy, central abode. Rooms and suites are decked out in a calming blue color scheme and have large windows that let the natural light stream in. Fitness junkies will be pleased with the in-room yoga mat and fitness bands. The writing desk set-up also comes complete with an ergonomic chair. If you need a break from the concrete jungle, take a stroll to nearby Bryant Park, where you can enjoy a picnic while soaking up the greenery.
The Time New York
4.2/5 (929 Reviews)
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Now from $171 per night
Sophistication meets creativity at the Time New York, which has 167 snazzy rooms and 25 suites decorated with brushed metals, dusky pastel tones, light-wood furnishings and slate bathrooms. Pillow-top mattresses and Frette linens further up the luxury factor, while the impossibly soft bathrobes are courtesy of French fashion label Maison Margiela. A stay here also grants you access to the gym, saltwater pool and sauna at the neighboring TMPL fitness club in Hell’s Kitchen.
4/5 (888 Reviews)
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Now from $157 per night
True to its name, Dream Midtown has gone the extra mile to ensure that you get ample sleep during your trip. Each of the rooms comes with allergen-free feather-bed mattresses and headboards clad in a cute floral pattern, plus Carrara marble tubs, should you favor a relaxing pre-sleep soak. Another standout is the upscale games room at the hotel, which includes a bar, a two-lane bowling alley and an enormous aquarium filled with over 150 exotic fish.
Ameritania at Times Square
4.1/5 (1126 Reviews)
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Now from $111 per night
If you’re looking for an affordable boutique stay, just a couple of blocks from Radio City Music Hall and Times Square, book the Ameritania. Here, you can choose from 224 warm and stylish accommodations that are outfitted with modern artwork and tasteful mid-century furnishings, plus there’s also a round-the-clock gym located on the premises. The hotel lobby bar is a charming spot to grab a drink before catching a show.
The Iroquois New York
4.6/5 (912 Reviews)
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Now from $189 per night
Classically appointed rooms come adorned with historic photographs that depict the New York of yesteryear at the Iroquois, a Midtown bolthole situated on a quiet street. Inside each room, expect plush beds, soundproof windows and blackout curtains to ensure that you get adequate shut-eye. Suites have optional heated floors and a pull-out queen sofa bed, which makes them ideal for families or larger groups. Start your day working up a sweat on the Peloton bike, and finish it with a session in the finnish sauna.
These recommendations were updated on August 23, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh.