New York, United States of America
Housed in a quintessential art deco landmark building in Midtown Manhattan, the Benjamin combines historic glamour and understated elegance with an ideal location for New York's main attractions, personalized service and an award winning restaurant.
At a Glance
Elegant residential style luxury in mid town Manhattan
Understated feel with just over 200 rooms and suites
Family friendly feel with child orientated room extras
Within an easy walk of Grand Central Station, Empire State Building and Fifth Avenue
Fantastic bistro style "National Restaurant" a favorite with Manhattan locals
Within easy reach of Fifth Avenue and mid town Manhattan, The Benjamin offers a personable and relaxed hotel experience whilst still affording great service, accommodations and amenities.
Family friendly, it offers the Winks Kidzzz program which is designed to ensure the younger guests are just as happy as the parents and manage a wonderfully slumberful nights sleep.
The award winning National Restaurant is a favorite with guests and locals alike and the restaurant bar is often buzzing with after work cocktail hour regulars. The restaurant offers bistro style cuisine and an elegant yet surprisingly relaxed atmosphere.
Guests can choose from a choice of rooms and studios all designed in residential style to give more of a home from home feel. The Terrace and VIP Suites are particularly luxurious with private terraces with views across the Manhattan rooftops. Perfect for guests wanting that little extra decadence for their New York stay.
Understated and elegant, The Benjamin really is a delightful find in such a great location. With Central Park, Grand Central Station, Fifth Avenue and the Empire State Building all within 15 minutes walk it's a fantastic choice for a visit to the most vibrant of US cities
The Benjamin offers 209 rooms and suites in total making it a relatively small hotel for Manhattan and preserving the more intimate and boutique feel.
Each room is designed to offer a restful escape from the city and features the signature Benjamin bed with luxury Anichini bedding and a menu of amenities from the Benjamin's Sleep Program.
Each room, studio and suite is decorated in residential style for a home from home elegance with options for rooms or large studios as well as one-bedroom suites, ideal for small families. The luxurious Terrace and VIP suites are perfect for a special occasion with wonderful outdoor terraces with views over the rooftops of Manhattan.
Each room and suite offers a kitchenette with fridge, flat screen TV, high speed Wi-Fi access, iPod alarm clock/radio, bathroom with tub and shower and Elemis products.
Families are made very welcome at The Benjamin and the One Bedroom Suites offer a lounge with a sofa bed for up to 2 children. Cots are available on request
The Winks Kidzzz club is a complimentary program for children aged 2-12 years and includes little extras such as organic toddler pillows, kid sized robes, lending library of family favorite books and one Winks doll per reservation (additional dolls available for sale locally).
The superb National at The Benjamin bar and restaurant offers relaxed yet refined dining.
The Federico Hair and Spa salon can be found on the third floor and offers a large selection or hair styling and spa services, either in the salon or in room. There is also a gym for guests use and a second floor Guest lounge for relaxed contemplation
Location & Directions
New York, United States of America
The Benjamin is located in Midtown Manhattan, within a 10-minute walk of Grand Central Station and the Rockefeller Center.
When to go
Summer or winter, rain or shine, there's always great stuff going on in New York, so when you're planning a trip, there's no real "best" or "worst" time to go. Weather wise fall and spring are the best times in New York. From April to June and September to November, temperatures are mild and pleasant, and the light is beautiful. Summers can be hot and humid while winter snowfalls are not uncommon.
September to December is conference season in New York, and we would advise booking early for travel during this period.