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Hotel Roger Williams
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Why Stay At Hotel Roger Williams
The colorful and intimate 16-story hotel feels just like home—that is, if you lived right in midtown Manhattan, near many of the city's most famous sites.
In a city as big as New York, the Roger delivers an intimate experience, where the friendly and attentive staffers know you by name. The 193 rooms—all with soundproof windows, New York-centric mini-bars (iconic city postcards, chocolate from Dylan's Candy Bar), and 100 percent Egyptian cotton sheets—are done up in cherry red, deep blue, and lime green and feature up-to-date technology (plasma-screen TVs, Wi-Fi). The Dining Room serves its full menu for 24-hour room service, so opt to dine in on your private landscaped terrace—many with Empire State Building views—or cozy up by candlelight in the atrium lobby's plush velvet chairs: you'll feel more like you're sitting in a living room than the heart of midtown Manhattan.
Breakfast ($17.95 per person) at Roger's Dining Room puts top NYC treats at your fingertips: fresh pastries from Balthazar, bagels from H&H, granolas and jams from Sarabeth's, and more.
Unlike many hotels in New York, access to the fitness center is free of charge—and it's open 24 hours a day.
Arrive at Laguardia Airport (LGA), which is approximately 12 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20-50 minutes of travel time, depending on traffic.131 Madison Avenue, New York, New York, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Terrace
- Wireless Internet
- Conference Suite
- Private Terraces
- Flat-Panel TVs
- Work Areas
- Mini Bars
- Luxury Bath Products
- Luxury Linens
- Breakfast Pantry
- Dining Room
- Mezzanine Lounge
- 24-Hour Room Service
Why We Love New York
An inexplicable energy pulsates through the streets of the city that never sleeps.
Fifth Avenue, between 49th and 50th Streets.
Ice skate rentals from $8 per session.
Local Scene: At Mario Batali's Eataly, a 42,500-square-foot Italian food emporium, you can shop at the market, dine at one of the many restaurants, or take your meal to go. Plus: the rooftop beer garden and brewery are now open.
200 5th Ave.
Where to Shop: SoHo is home to one-of-a-kind shops and larger chains. A few reasons to make the trek: handbag and jewelry designer Wendy Nichol, Chanel, and the London hit Top Shop.
Wendy Nichol: 147 Sullivan St.
Chanel: 139 Spring St.
Top Shop: 478 Broadway
Where to Eat: On Madison Square Park, just a few blocks from the Roger Williams, SD26 serves chestnut fettuccine with wild boar salami and seared scallops with porcini mushrooms, and offers a 750-label wine list.
19 E. 26th St.
Dinner for two $80.
Where to Drink: The bar at the Lambs Club is the place for handmade cocktails by Milk + Honey mixologist Sasha Petraske.
132 W. 44th St.
Drinks for two $30.
Why Go Now
Now through January 6, 2012
The Ice Rink at Rockefeller Center
Bundle up and strap on a pair of skates to glide under the gilded Prometheus statue for one of New York's celebrated holiday traditions.
Fifth Avenue between 49th Street and 50th Street.
Through Jan 8, 2012
"Holiday Shops at Bryant Park"
An open-air market, with 100 boutique-style shops offering custom-designed jewelry, decorative goods, and specialty foods.
Through January 9, 2012
"de Kooning: A Retrospective"
A glance at the evolution of Willem de Kooning—spanning seven decades from his early academic pieces in the '20s to his last abstract paintings in the '80s.
Museum of Modern Art. 11 West 53 St. 1-212-708-9400
Now through January 15, 2012
Broadway: The Mountaintop
An interpretation of the events occurring the night before Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, on the eve of his legendary "From the Mountaintop" speech.
Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, 242 W. 45th St.
Tickets from $76.50.
January 28, 2012 - February 2, 2012
New York International Gift Fair
See the best product lines of the home, lifestyle and gift sectors showcased at Javits Convention Center.
March 17, 2012
St. Patrick's Day
NYC turns green (almost) on this exciting day, with city-wide celebrations, including the famous St. Patrick's Day Parade.