With former guests including actors Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, The Lombardy occupies a special place in Manhattan legend. Built in 1926 by William Randolph Hearst, this four-star hotel creates an immediate impression of refinement as you descend into its classically-styled lobby. Inside, the emphasis is on individuality. No two rooms or suites are quite alike; each has its own color scheme, its own artwork, and its own pieces of statement furniture. Larger suites come with kitchens and generous living spaces, making them ideal for extended business or leisure stays.
- Explore the best of New York City from a central location in Midtown Manhattan
- Stay in one of 160 spacious guestrooms and suites with a real home-away-from-home feel
- Get a new look or pamper yourself with a treatment at in-house Nico's Salon
- Fuel your morning with an artisanal coffee at the hotel’s Ninth Street Espresso café
- Dine on authentic New York-style steaks at in-house restaurant American Cut Midtown
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Each of The Lombardy’s 160 guestrooms and suites has an individual layout and design, with plush cotton bathrobes and slippers, daily maid and turndown services, and luxury bathroom amenities. Studios come with space to unwind and kitchenettes, while a choice of one-, two-, or three-bedroom suites add dining tables and separate areas for living, sleeping, and working. For ultimate luxury, stay at Penthouse 2101, with views of Manhattan from the floor-to-ceiling windows.
The hotel’s bell staff are on hand to assist with luggage upon arrival and the helpful front desk team can book appointments at the on-site salon, give you an insider’s guide to New York, or arrange transfers. The exercise room includes both cardio equipment and free weights.
In-house dining and drinking at The Lombardy means you can get a refined meal or specialty brew in the hotel. The glamorous in-house restaurant channels the Art Deco era, while the café specializes in quality coffee.
American Cut – A classic New York City steakhouse overseen by chef Marc Forgione, this restaurant captures the romance of the hotel’s history in a modern atmosphere. Arrive early for a whiskey sour at the bar, then follow it with some of the best steak in New York City.
Ninth Street Espresso – Start your day with a hand-crafted coffee at the in-house Ninth Street Espresso. Simplicity is key at this quaint coffee shop, with a concise edit of seven drinks offered. Indulge in a complimentary coffee and pastry each day of your stay.
Whether you prefer to unwind or get active, you will find The Lombardy a comfortable, characterful home from home. Indulge in a facial, manicure, or beauty treatment at Nico’s Salon, keep up your exercise regime at the fully equipped fitness center, or have a leisurely coffee at Ninth Street Espresso.
The hotel’s central location makes it easy to discover the best of New York City. Head to the Top of the Rock at the Rockefeller Center to see the city from above, then get a closer look on a stroll through nearby Central Park. Explore some of the best museums in the world with a short walk or subway ride, and immerse yourself in the vibrant bustle and bright lights of Times Square, then wander back to the hotel for a relaxing evening in your guestroom.
The Lombardy’s Midtown Manhattan location provides easy access to New York City’s major cultural attractions, shopping districts, and corporate offices. It is just moments from Central Park and the Rockefeller Center, well as shopping landmarks such as Bloomingdale’s.
LaGuardia International Airport is 7 mi / 11 km from the hotel.
Newark Liberty International Airport is 19 mi / 30 km away.
John F. Kennedy International Airport is 17 mi / 27 km away.
Grand Central Terminal is 0.6 mi / 1 km away.
Penn Station is 1.8 mi / 3 km away.
Lexington Avenue bus stop is a two-minute walk from the hotel.
First Avenue/53rd Street subway station is a five-minute walk away.
Valet parking is available for a fee.