The Iroquois hotel and apartment building was designed by Harry Mulliken and unveiled in 1900. The historic landmark has been home to James Dean for two years.
In late 1990s the building has undergone a multi-million dollar renovation which included construction of an in-house library on first floor, stocked with leather-bound classics and current works.
Within walking distance of 5th Avenue shopping, Grand Central Station, Times Square, the Broadway theatres and the international corporate offices of midtown, The Iroquois is at the epicenter of all things New York.
Wherever you spend your days in New York, The Iroquois will provide an oasis of extraordinary comfort and tranquility.
Each of the 114 guest rooms is designed to offer supreme comfort and includes comfy Simmons Beautyrest matresses with bright white Frette linens, roomy work stations and modern amenities including new 32" flat-screen HD televisions with DVD player and the latest Lodgenet Digital Movie System, i-Home, complimentary wireless and DSL internet access, two-line phone with direct private line and voicemail.
Elegant bathrooms feature floor-to-ceiling Italian marble, Frette towels and robes, and Molton Brown bath products.
The nine Iroquois New York remodelled suites have added amenities such as Jacuzzi tubs, Bose radios, views of 44th Street and separate living rooms.
Onsite Michelin-rated restaurant Triomphe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Concierge Desk, lounge with daily newspapers, complimentary computer terminal and printer and real time flight information for local airports, fully outfitted 24-hour fitness centre with Finnish sauna and personal trainer, complimentary welcome iced tea or cider in the lobby, complimentary morning coffee in the lobby, complimentary overnight shoe shine and the New York Times delivered daily to your room, complimentary DVD library.