About the Radisson Martinique on Broadway
The Radisson Martinique on Broadway is a landmark site and part of the Historical Hotels of America. It originally opened in 1898 as the Hotel Martinique. The hotel's architect was Henry R. Hardenbergh, who also designed the Plaza Hotel, the original Waldorf Astoria and the Dakota Apartments.
The Radisson Martinique is located in an exciting spot in Midtown Manhattan. The Empire State Building is only steps away from the hotel. For shopping, nearby Herald Square offers the original Macy's flagship store, as well as other smaller boutiques and the Manhattan Mall. The hotel is also within walking distance of the Broadway theater district, Restaurant Row and the bright lights and action of Times Square.
The interior of the hotel brims with history, from the original imported Italian marble-tiled floor, to the 19-story wrought-iron-and-granite spiral staircase. During your visit, make sure to peek inside the lobby's china cabinet: you'll find turn-of-the-century postcards, menus and Martinique amenities, as well as china sets, 1920s jewelry and World War I love letters.
The hotel may be old, but the 533 guestrooms at the Radisson Martinique are all smartly up-to-date. Standard rooms come in various configurations with king, queen or two double beds. Executive rooms are larger, with a sofa seating area and pullout couches. All rooms feature relaxing "Sleep Number" beds and full bathtubs. Room décor is neutral, with rich browns and creams and sleek gray granite in the bathrooms. The multi-room penthouse on the 19th floor features an outdoor "greenhouse" space with stunning views of the Empire State Building.
The Radisson Martinique houses over 15,000 square feet of meeting space. With a grand ballroom and several executive boardrooms, the hotel can accommodate anything from small business meetings to social events with reception-style seating to large corporate events.
Did you know?
The Radisson Martinique was the birthplace of the Professional Golfers' Association of America on April 10th, 1916. On the 2nd floor outside of the official PGA Boardroom (from which the tour is announced every year) is a historical gallery with museum-quality photos and memorabilia.
If you crave luxurious amenities but are looking for a hotel with more history than your average boutique hotel, the Radisson Martinique will offer you that bygone charm with modern touches. Golf lovers will go berserk over the PGA gallery.
Radisson Martinique on Broadway Location Information:
49 West 32nd St.
New York, NY 10001
B, D, F, M, N, Q, R to 34th St./Herald Square (Sixth Ave.); 1, 2, 3 to 34th St./Penn Station (Seventh Ave.)
The Martinique Cafe
Located in the hotel's lobby, this restaurant serves standard American fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The extensive breakfast buffet serves the usual breakfast dishes with a few European additions. In the evenings, the bar area becomes a lounge for late-night cocktails.
The Radisson Martinique is located along New York's famous Koreatown. This restaurant is connected to the hotel and has both an interior hotel and exterior street entrance. Serving up traditional Korean cuisine and open 24 hours a day, the highly rated KumGang San makes sampling classic Korean food while in New York easy and delicious.
The Petit Poulet Bistro
The Radisson Martinique will soon be opening a classic French Bistro on their lobby level.
- 24 hour front desk
- ATM Machine
- Business Center
- Cable/Satellite TV
- Car Rental
- Dry cleaning service
- Fitness Center
- Gift Shop
- Ice Machine
- Internet Access - Public Access for fee
- Parking - Self
- Parking - Valet
- Pet Friendly
- Room Service
- Security Guard
- Sundries shop
- Wheelchair Access