Tucked in the shadow of New York's most iconic landmark, the Empire State Building, on Fifth Avenue, Hotel 373 Fifth Avenue offers cool, contemporary ambiance and impeccable service. Feel the pulse of the city at this stylish New York boutique hotel, where engaging design elements and stunning views set the tone for the quintessential New York experience. Throughout, a casual, easygoing attitude offers the perfect balance to our exclusive setting. Located just steps from dazzling Fifth Avenue shopping, Rockefeller Center, and Central Park. At night, a wealth of tantalizing dining choices awaits -- whether you prefer laid-back lounges or exquisite, five-star cuisine. Treat yourself to a truly unique destination among midtown Manhattan boutique hotels and discover the world at your doorstep. The 70 rooms boast a sleek, modern and functional design. The hotel features high-speed wireless internet access and guest room windows that open. The rooms are small, as is typical for New York City, but are clean and modern in design and feel. There is a Starbucks in the lobby for guests convenience.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Hotel 373 Fifth Avenue
- 373 5th Avenue
- New York, NY 10016
- United States
Hotel 373 Fifth Avenue is a boutique hotel in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. The hotel is located at 373 is one of only three Manhattan hotels that fronts famed Fifth Avenue. The hotel is located across the street from the Empire State Building. It is in in the midst of Manhattans corporate corridor and adjacent to the Seventh Avenue Garment and Fashion Industry. The hotel is blocks from Penn Station- Amtrak Madison Square Garden and Macys - Herald Square. World class Fifth Avenue shopping is at the doorstep.
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pets Allowed
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