Set against a spectacular New York City backdrop, ONE UN New York, formerly Millennium UN Plaza Hotel, is a quiet haven nestled on the eastern edge of Manhattan’s fashionable Midtown neighborhood. Located directly across from one of the world’s great landmarks, the headquarters of the United Nations, the luxury hotel is just steps from Grand Central Terminal; close to the Theater District, renowned restaurants and world-class shopping; and within easy access to the three major airports serving New York City. With hotel rooms beginning on the 28th floor, wake up to spectacular New York City views including that of the East River, which runs by the historical site of the United Nations. On the west side of the hotel, each room offers breathtaking views of iconic landmarks such as the Empire State Building and Chrysler Building. Accommodations at ONE UN New York are complemented by some of the finest views that New York City has to offer. The West Tower offers guests a singular luxury experience with exclusive privileges. The East Tower features well-appointed rooms with a relaxed and functional environment for the corporate and leisure traveler. Aside from its stunning gaze-all-day panoramic New York skyline views, this luxury hotel near Grand Central Station also boasts such extraordinary facilities as a swimming pool on the 27th floor and the only indoor tennis court in any New York City hotel. Dining in NYC is always an exciting prospect and ONE UN New York, formerly Millennium UN Plaza Hotel, offers a range of in-house options. For a great start to the day, Ambassador Grill serves up a hearty breakfast buffet, or if you are on the go and prefer to grab breakfast en route to work, look no further than the Coffee Bar. In the evenings, our Ambassador Lounge offers a selection of cocktails and a light fare menu.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- ONE UN New York
- One United Nations Plaza
- New York, NY 10017
- United States
Join world travelers and foreign dignitaries to experience the stunning views of the Manhattan skyline or East River. Walking distance to United Nations Headquarters, Empire State Building, Grand Central Station, Fifth Avenue Shopping, and the Chrysler Building.
Directions to Hotel
ONE UN New York is 60 minutes by car to JFK and Newark Airports and 40 minutes to La Guardia.
Private Skyline Club offers personalized Concierge services, Continental breakfast, all day refreshments, and evening cocktails with hors d’oeuvres for West Tower guests.
Banquets & Meetings
With 7,500 sq. ft. of flexible function and meeting space, clients have a varied choice of spaces in which to hold a business conference or a champagne reception, including rooms with natural light and panoramic views of New York.
ADA accessible rooms and hotel entrances.
Fine Dining Nearby
Fine Dining options located on Fifth Avenue.
Health club with a 24-hour fitness center, year-round indoor tennis court, swimming pool, sauna and massage services.
Heated indoor pool with panoramic views.
Tennis Courts on Site
Year round indoor tennis courts.
Theatre & Museums
Broadway theatre district and museum row.
A newly transformed luxury West Tower features 129 spacious deluxe guest rooms and exclusive Skyline Club Lounge. Room Amenities include WiFi, IPod docking station and alarm clock, NESPRESSO Machine, Touch Screen environment control, and a large bathroom with walk-in shower.
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Tennis Courts on Site
- - Theatre & Museums
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