About Conrad New York
Discover luxury that goes beyond expectations. Luxury that anticipates your needs. One that features personalized service and exquisite suites. Discover the best – Conrad New York.
About the hotel
Step inside our magnificent 15-story lobby and be captivated by the bold color and design of the minimalist interior featuring Sol LeWitt’s stunning 10-story artwork. Beyond our spectacular artwork displays, we’re recognized as an icon for our range of upscale boutiques, restaurants and modern, luxurious suites within the hotel.
Look out over New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan from Loopy Doopy Rooftop Bar. ATRIO is the perfect spot for delicious meals, small plates or a glass of fine wine. Take advantage of Conrad New York’s excellent location near Wall Street, the National 9/11 Memorial, Greenwich Village, Battery Park, New York Harbor and so much more.
Guest Services and Amenities
- 24-hour fitness center
- Complimentary shoe shine service
- Valet parking from $65 per day
- On-site barber shop
- Gift boutique
- 24-hour in-room dining
- Complimentary WiFi
- Business Center
- Meeting rooms
- Catering and event services
- Children’s menus
- Cribs and high chairs
- Dry cleaning, pressing and valet laundry
- Express check-out
- Complimentary digital access to NYTimes.com
Check-in time: 3pm
Check-out time: 12pm
Enjoy complimentary WiFi or upgrade to Premium service for $14.95 for up to three devices per room
We allow service animals and pets up to 75 pounds
Valet parking: from $65/day
Oversized vehicles: $80
Note that in and out access to the garage is not permitted.
Over 2,000 pieces of one-of-a-kind artwork created by post-World War II masters and contemporary artists line the walls of Conrad New York, from our meeting rooms and business center to ATRIO Restaurant and suite interiors. Our dramatic two-tiered sculpture, Veil, by artist Monica Ponce de Leon is a vast piece made with 77 tons of aluminum and 16 miles of Vectran cable. Uncover other stand-out pieces from Sol LeWitt, Pat Steir, Mary Heilmann, Elizabeth Peyton and Frank Stella, among others.