Ramada Inn - New Yorker Hotel
New York, NY 10001
Village Voice's Description
In this 1,000-room hotelas previous incarnation it had some 2,500 rooms (one of which Joe DiMaggio used to live in), one of the largest barber shops in the world (with 20 manicurists on hand), and its own private power station (Americaas largest) in its sub-basement. After being shuttered in 1972, reopened in 1994, and bought by the Ramada Group in 2000, the New Yorker is now desirable for budget-conscious business travelers due to itas proximity to Penn Station and the Javits Center and its convenient on-site business center.
Tips from foursquare
It’s got our name, but it’s got nothing to do with the magazine.
Go to the New Yorker and find the plaque (near the Bolt Bus stop) dedicated to inventor Nikola Tesla. He spent the last 10 years of his life at the hotel, dying there in 1943.
It's where the Social Ad Summit takes place with an amazing roster of social talent.
Showers can be annoying, from warm to cold and extremely hot in seconds
...enjoy a great location at this historic hotel/institution in NYC for exploring Manhattan (near Penn Station)! Get a room with a great view...
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