About Eurostars Dylan Hotel
Eurostars Dylan Hotel is a Beaux-Arts beauty which dates back to 1903. Once a residence of Welsh writer Dylan Thomas, and later, the headquarters of the New York Pharmacists Club, historical details like American walnut furnishings and vaulted ceilings bring a bygone era to life within its walls.
In many ways, Eurostars Dylan Hotel also reflects its neighborhood, a historical wedge of Manhattan that’s anchored by Grand Central Terminal, the palatial train station that dates back to the early 1900s. Of course, Midtown East is as much about the past as it is about the present, with many iconic sights that celebrate the timeline of New York City, from the architectural splendor of the New York Public Library and leafy Bryant Park to Rockefeller Center and the NBC headquarters. One of the finest stretches of Fifth Avenue is just blocks from the hotel: Take a stroll north, in the direction of Central Park, and you'll pass many of the city's most stylish shops and department stores, such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Tiffany's, as well as the Neo-Gothic-style St. Patrick's Cathedral. Head downtown from the hotel and you'll soon see the Empire State Building casting a shadow over your path.
Eurostars Dylan Hotel's handsome townhouse-style façade may evoke a different era, but the rooms are an inviting blend of traditional and trendy. Carrara marble sinks in the bathrooms, lofty ceilings, and plenty of boutique touches like high-thread-count sheet make this a comfortable and chic option for discerning travelers.
In the mood for meat? A bonus of Eurostars Dylan Hotel is its well-regarded Benjamin Steakhouse. Some hotel restaurants are tacked on as an afterthought; not so with the Benjamin, which serves top-quality steaks and draws a robust mix of locals and tourists, including a lively post-work crowd.
Did you know?
When the Dylan Hotel first opened, pop star Britney Spears launched a short-lived restaurant here called NYLA, named after the state acronyms for New York and Louisiana, Spears' home state.
Eurostars Dylan Hotel's boutique style and excellent steakhouse should appeal to both tourists and business travelers who require proximity to Grand Central Station. From the hotel, it's a short stroll to Midtown and many of New York City's iconic sights, from the New York Public Library to Rockefeller Center. The hotel is currently managed by the European hotel company Eurostars, so it's also popular with many international visitors.
Eurostars Dylan Hotel Location Information:
52 E. 41st St. (between Park and Madison Aves.)
New York, NY 10017
B, D, F, M to 42nd St./Bryant Park; 4, 5, 6, 7 to Grand Central/42nd St.
This inviting steakhouse, in a lovely 1903 Beaux-Arts building with vaulted ceilings, is helmed by chefs who used to work at the famed Peter Luger steakhouse. Enjoy dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood and stiff cocktails.
Room service is offered daily 7am–11pm.
- Business Center
- Internet Access - Public Access for fee
- Room Service
- Wheelchair Access