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New York’s most exclusive Midtown address on 52nd Street between Madison and Fifth Avenues. Near world-class shopping, dining, and entertainment. Steps from Times Square, Broadway, Rockefeller Center, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Radio City Music Hall, NBC Studios, MOMA, Guggenheim Museum, Central Park, and Grand Central Station. Quick drive to Wall Street. LaGuardia Int’l Airport: 8 miles, 30 minutes.

Driving Directions

From Penn Station
Take 8th Avenue Uptown toward 52nd Street. Take a right on 52nd Street.

From LaGuardia International Airport – 10 miles
Take the Grand Central Parkway West to the Tri-Borough Bridge. Stay to the right and follow the signs to Manhattan. You will automatically be on FDR Drive South. Get off at the 53rd Street exit. Drive to 5th Avenue and turn left. Drive to 52nd Street, turn left. Madison Avenue is one block, and the hotel is on the left.

From JFK International Airport - 18 miles
Take the Van Wyck Expressway to the Long Island Expressway to the Midtown Tunnel. Turn right onto 3rd Avenue and continue straight to 53rd Street. Turn left onto 53rd Street to 5th Avenue. Turn left onto 5th Avenue to 52nd Street. Drive to 52nd Street, turn left. Madison Avenue is one block, and the hotel is on the left.

From Newark International Airport- 17 miles
Take the New Jersey Turnpike north to the Lincoln Tunnel. When you get through the tunnel, bear left (uptown) and go the traffic light. Make a right onto 42nd Street to 8th Avenue. Make a left onto 8th Avenue. Drive to 52nd Street and turn right. Go straight to Madison Avenue, and the hotel is at 21 East 52nd Street.

From New England
Take I-95 (New England Thruway) to Bruckner Expressway to the Tri-Borough Bridge. See directions from LaGuardia.

From the George Washington Bridge
Take I-80 to George Washington Bridge. Follow the signs to the Henry Hudson Parkway/West Side Highway. Exit left onto 52nd Street. Follow 52nd Street past Fifth Avenue. The hotel will be on your left side just before Madison Avenue.

From Staten Island
Take I-278 to the Brooklyn Bridge exit. Follow the signs to FDR Drive North. Exit 42nd Street and turn right onto 1st Avenue. Take 1st Avenue to 53rd Street and turn left. Take 53rd Street to 5th Avenue. Turn left onto 5th Avenue to 52nd Street. Make a left onto 52nd Street. Madison Avenue is one block, and the hotel is on the right.

Nearest Airport

LaGuardia Airport: 10 miles/16 kilometers, 30 minutes; John F. Kennedy International Airport: 15.5 miles/25 kilometers, 50 minutes; Newark Liberty International Airport: 18 miles/29 kilometers, 35 minutes.

Hotel Address

21 East 52nd Street at Madison Avenue, New York

New York, United States 10022

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