About Murray Hill East Hotel
Located on a tree-lined street in Midtown’s Murray Hill neighborhood, Murray Hill East Hotel offers roomy apartment-style accommodations in a location that’s convenient to all of New York City’s top attractions, but still feels quiet and residential.
The Murray Hill section of Manhattan is anchored by the grand mansions of the Morgan Library and the Polish Embassy to the north, and by Madison Square to the south. Best known for its proximity to the Empire State Building, you’re also within easy walking distance of the Flatiron Building, Madison Square Park, Macy’s Herald Square, Bryant Park and the New York Public Library. If you don’t feel like walking, nearby Grand Central Terminal – a central transportation hub – will connect you to any of the city’s top attractions and neighborhoods. Architecturally, Murray Hill is made up of old carriage houses and brownstones as well as luxury high rises and office blocks. Dining options are equally varied, with delis, coffee shops and restaurants as well as entire blocks dedicated to ethnic eats – Curry Hill (Indian food) and Koreatown (Korean food).
Travelers looking for a more “local” experience will appreciate that Murray Hill East Hotel feels less like a hotel and more like a residential complex. Suites, available in studio or one-bedroom sizes, are clean and well-maintained, and all include a kitchenette – perfect for the visitor hoping to dine-in, stretch the budget and accommodate a hungry family. The hotel also offers multi-room suites, which are especially popular with families, groups or professionals. Adding to the residential feel is the hotel’s laundry facilities, access to self-service and drop-off laundry facilities nearby and the number of supermarkets dotted around the hotel.
Did you know?
Murray Hill East Hotel is one of the better-value hotels near the United Nations, so it’s popular with an international crowd, including those who are temporarily working at the U.N.
Murray Hill East Hotel’s central location and ample suites with kitchenettes make it ideal for longer-term visitors, business travelers and visitors who like to alternate between dining out and making their own meals. The multi-room suites are popular with families, groups of friends and professionals who need to arrange meetings with colleagues.
Murray Hill East Hotel Location Information:
149 E. 39th St.
New York, NY 10016
4, 5, 6, 7 to Grand Central/42nd St.
There is no on-site restaurant, but you’ll find numerous dining options nearby, including in and around Grand Central Terminal, from the Grand Central Oyster Bar to chef Michael White’s acclaimed Italian restaurant Ai Fiori. The Grand Central Terminal Market is also a good spot to pick up everything from fresh salads to sandwiches to pastries.
There is no room service, but there are numerous dining options and supermarkets nearby.