The Wolcott Hotel building

An oasis in the city that never sleeps

It is a great pleasure to introduce you to the Wolcott Hotel located in the heart of Manhattan. Opened in 1904, the Wolcott Hotel, designed by John H. Duncan the famed architect of Grant's Tomb, provides guests with intricate old-world architecture, from the unique pink brick and limestone façade to an impressively ornate lobby. The hotel offers clean, comfortable rooms with modern amenities in an atmosphere of old world charm.

A dedicated New York City landmark, the historic Wolcott Hotel has firmly stood its ground for over 110 years. Past guests have included celebrated authors Henry Miller and Edith Wharton and famed musician Buddy Holly. Upon its 100th anniversary on March 1, 2004, Mayor Bloomberg deemed “Hotel Wolcott Day” in honor of the property’s iconic vestige in time. An oasis in the city that never sleeps, the Wolcott Hotel offers a great value in New York City.
 

All rooms are newly renovated offering private bathroom facilities, flat screen TV, in room safes, voicemail, hairdryers, iron & board, alarm clock radios, mini fridge and microwave. The hotel offers free Wi Fi and complimentary use of the fitness center.