About the Iroquois
Classically elegant design and superior customer service are paramount at this Midtown Manhattan boutique hotel. The Iroquois' lobby is the epitome of timeless design, with rich dark woods, luxurious seating and an ornate grandfather clock chiming away. Within the lobby is the hotel's business area. Here guests have access to a luxe seating area, computer work stations, printers and an LCD flight tracker. This room can also be used for private dining or corporate events for up to 10 people and has A/V capabilities for presentations.
The Iroquois is in a prime location, perfect for accessing most of New York City's top attractions. The hotel is within walking distance of Times Square, luxurious Fifth Avenue shopping, lovely green space in Bryant Park and award-winning Broadway Theater.
The Iroquois has 114 guest rooms divided into five different room types, all recently updated with modern touches. Superior rooms come with either a double or queen bed and are 250 square feet in size. Executive king rooms are 300 square feet. Deluxe rooms are slightly smaller at 275 square feet and hold a queen or king bed, and have the option of connecting to a suite for the use of families. Suites are 650 square feet in size and feature hardwood floors, an executive desk, a pullout sofa in the living room and Jacuzzi tubs. Lastly, the 800 square foot Presidential Suite has a full dining table, pantry kitchen and separate living and dining spaces. Natural light infuses every bathroom in the hotel, and bathrooms also features fine Italian marble fixtures.
The Iroquois also features a Gold Guest Program: Every dollar spent earns guests one Gold Point which you can then exchange for rewards like rooms upgrades, meals at the highly rated Triomphe restaurant, or gift cards for shops around the city.
The classic design and services of the Iroquois are perfect for travelers looking for timeless ambiance. The location is optimum for tourists and business travelers alike who will enjoy the close proximity to many of New York's attractions, businesses and shopping.
The Iroquois Location Information:
49 W. 44th St.
New York, NY 10036
B, D, F, M to 42nd St./Bryant Park; 1, 2, 3, 7, N, Q, R, S to Times Sq./42nd St.
This excellent restaurant serves up classic French cuisine in a bright and contemporary dining room. Chef Jason Tilmann keeps the menu up to date with the changing of the seasons and personally selects the freshest ingredients for the terrific dishes that he creates. Triomphe has earned high honors in the 2012 Zagat ratings and was hailed as the "Best Theater District Restaurant" and granted two stars by the New York Times. Triomphe is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday-Friday, breakfast and dinner on Saturday and breakfast on Sundays.
This little lounge is tucked away inside the Iroquois and was designed to imitate a turn-of-the-century Parisian speakeasy. The specialty here is handcrafted cocktails, with an ever-changing menu, freshly squeezed juices and four different types of ice cubes. Lantern's Keep was recently nominated at the 6th Annual Spirited Awards for the title of World's Best Hotel Bar – the only hotel bar in New York to receive that designation.
- 24 hour front desk
- Airport Transportation
- Business Center
- Dry cleaning service
- Jacuzzi or Spa
- Non-Smoking Facility
- Parking - Self
- Parking - Valet