Hot Spot

New York City


New York State’s hotel industry has experienced a decade of strong growth, driven by an increase in tourism. A record number of visitors (227.5 million) came to New York State in 2014, and a new record was likely set in 2015. To accommodate the increased demand, more than 45,000 hotel rooms were added across the State between 2006 and 2015. Most of the rooms were added in New York City. In 2015, New York City had more than 107,000 hotel rooms, 48 percent more than in 2006. The industry plans to add another 26,500 rooms by the end of 2019.

Mondrian Park Avenue

Mondrian Park Avenue, managed by Journal Hotels and licensed from sbe, is pleased to announce its doors are open again as New York City continues its phased reopening. Guests and locals are welcomed back to this cultural hotspot and hub for vibrant art on Park Avenue South and invited to rediscover the distinct lifestyle experience within, which includes a new culinary pop-up by celebrity Chef Rocco DiSpirito.

Hard Rock Hotel New York

Hard Rock International, one of the world's most iconic dining, entertainment and hospitality brands, and nationally acclaimed real estate developer Extell Development Company, celebrated their latest construction milestone with a "topping out" ceremony at the site of the future Hard Rock Hotel New York.

Nobody Asked Me, But… No. 230: Hotel History: Four Seasons Hotel

By Stanley Turkel

Hotel History: Four Seasons Hotel, (367 rooms): Is it possible to conceive that the Four Seasons Hotel in New York has been converted to house medical professionals battling the coronavirus? In late March, the five-star Four Seasons Hotel located on East 57th Street began to accept hospital employees who work in mid-Manhattan.