About Hampton Inn Manhattan – Madison Square Garden Area
One short block from bustling Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, and a few blocks from the Empire State Building, the Hampton Inn Manhattan – Madison Square Garden is a convenient, clean and calm place to stay within easy reach of all of Midtown’s top attractions. Because the hotel is set back from the street, its rooms are noticeably quiet, even in this busy part of town. And you can’t beat a free breakfast to fuel-up for a day of shopping and sightseeing in the heart of Midtown Manhattan.
Shopping in this area is convenient and plentiful, with Macy's Herald Square and 34th Street's wide array of shops just minutes away. Top attractions like the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, Grand Central Terminal, Times Square and Broadway theaters are all within walking distance, and all others are easily accessed by nearby public transportation.
The Hampton Inn Manhattan – Madison Square Garden boasts 136 clean and comfortable rooms on 19 floors, all with either two queens or one king-sized bed. In-room features include desks, coffeemakers, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Décor is contemporary and unfussy.
The 24-hour breakfast room, features complimentary coffee and tea served in a glass atrium, which makes it a cheery spot to relax, even on a dreary rainy day – especially when you take advantage of the wide selection of board games. Complimentary breakfast is served daily and includes a variety of hot options like eggs, waffles, sausage, bacon and oatmeal, along with fresh fruit, cold cereal and breakfast pastries.
Did you know?
To lengthen the Christmas shopping season, Macy's then-president, Fred Lazarus, suggested to President Roosevelt that Thanksgiving always remain on the fourth Thursday of November. Roosevelt agreed and so the iconic retailer got his way.
The current Madison Square Garden is actually the stadium's fourth location. It opened in 1968 and is now the oldest NHL arena.
Madison Square Garden is the busiest music arena in the country, having hosted everyone from The Doors to Madonna (29 times and counting) to Lady Gaga.
Despite its midtown location, Penn Station is named for the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Visitors with healthy shopping habits will love the Hampton Inn Manhattan – Madison Square Garden's close proximity to shopping mecca, Macy's Herald Square (and the density of stores riding on this iconic store’s coattails along 34th Street).
Visitors looking to visit Midtown’s top attractions like the Empire State Building, Times Square, and Broadway’s theaters will appreciate the convenient midtown location.
With Madison Square Garden home to three different sports franchises—the Knicks, Rangers and New York Liberty—the hotel is the perfect home-base for sports fans.
Business travelers will love the convenience of its Midtown location and free Wi-Fi.
Hampton Inn Manhattan-Madison Square Garden Area Location Information:
116 West 31st St.
New York, NY 10001
N, Q, R to 34th St./Herald Square; 1, 2, 3 to 34th St./Penn Station
There is no on-site restaurant or bar, though a free full American breakfast is served daily. Guests are welcome to order in from any number of local dining establishments.
The Hampton Inn Manhattan—Madison Square Garden does not offer room service but guests can order in from nearby restaurants.
- Business Center
- Exercise Gym
- High Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Wheelchair Access
- Wireless Internet