About Row NYC
Row NYC (formerly known as The Milford) has a commanding presence in the Theater District. Originally built in 1928, the hotel runs the length of a city block and has 28 floors with 1,300 rooms. A $140 million renovation updated the interior with a modern aesthetic. Colorful New York–themed murals decorate either end of the chic black-on-gray hallways.
The contemporary rooms are cheery and bright with sleek furniture and an all-white décor with either orange, blue or lime green accents. Matching panels with faux neon signage with messages like “Lights Out Please,” “Rest” and “Open 24 Hrs” hang over the beds.
The lobby of Row NYC buzzes with activity; there’s plenty of staff on hand to help direct people and handle their luggage. There are computers available as well as a bar that opens at 5pm. Have a pre-theater drink and enjoy great people watching – because of its longtime international reputation, guests from all over the world choose to stay at Row NYC.
Perfectly situated in the heart of the Theater District, Row NYC is only a few blocks from Restaurant Row, Rockefeller Plaza, Madison Square Garden and major transportation.
Did you know?
Row NYC has a long history, which is still evident in its classic Art Deco building, designed by architects Schwartz & Gross.
When the hotel was called The Milford, a television ad ran for many years with a jingle that adapted the old show tune “Lullaby of Broadway.” Most people who lived in New York in the '80s will remember the commercial.
Travelers who want to enjoy a vibrant Times Square location. With great amenities like in-room workstations and a helpful staff, Row NYC makes exploring New York easy.
Row NYC Location Information:
700 Eighth Ave.
New York, NY 10036
A, C, E to 42nd St./Port Authority (Eighth Ave.); 1, 2, 3, 7, Q, N, R, S to Times Sq./42nd St.; B, D, F, M to 42nd St./Bryant Park (Sixth Ave.)
There are plenty of wonderful neighborhood restaurants steps away from Row NYC. Restaurant Row has dozens of options including Joe Allen for steak, B. Smith for Southern cuisine and O’Flaherty’s Ale House for hearty Irish pub food.
The new room service menu is perfect for after-theater snacking. Most of the local restaurants deliver.
- Accessible Facilities
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance
- Audible Emergency Alarm for Sight Impaired Guest
- Business Center
- Fitness Center or Spa
- Handicapped Rooms/Facilities
- Health Club
- High Speed Internet
- Laundry Service
- No Smoking Rooms/Facilities
- Public Areas Wheelchair Accessible for Disabled
- Safe Deposit Box
- Service Animals Allowed
- Service Dogs Allowed
- Visual Emergency Alarm for Hearing Impaired Guest
- Wheelchair Access
- Wheelchair Accessible Elevators
- Wireless Internet