Radisson Lexington Hotel New York
511 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017
For reservations starting 9-16-12 call hotel at 212-755-4400 The Radisson Lexington Hotel NY is a superior first class hotel featuring Starbucks in the Lobby. Located on Manhattans fashionable east midtown-the heart of New York City. Ideal location for both business and leisure travel. Close to Rockefeller Center, CitiGroup, KPMG, JP Morgan Chase and several fortune 500 company headquarters including Theater District, Shopping areas and attractions. The hotel has a variety of onsite dining options. Newly renovated business and fitness center. Wireless High Speed Internet in the public areas. The hotel entrance is conveniently located on 48th street.
Radisson Lexington Hotel New York
24-hour front desk
Housekeeping - daily
Housekeeping - daily
Non-smoking rooms (generic)
Wheel chair access
|Radisson Lexington Hotel New York Room Choices
Air conditioning, CNN availaible, All news channel, Balcony/Lanai/Terrace, Cable television, Electrical current voltage, Fire alarm, Fire alarm with light, Grab bars in bathroom, High speed internet connection, Iron, Ironing board, Microwave, Modem, Hairdryer, Pay per view movies on TV, Refrigerator, Safe, Sofa bed, Accessible room
American Dollars is the native currency.
Check in time is 3:00 PM
Check out time is 12:00 PM
Time Zone is EST
Opened in 1929
Renovated in 01/01/2006
|Hotel Cancellation Policy
-Because the cancel policy may vary by rate please see individual rate details for cancellation policy.
Coffee shop located on the street level. Serves breakfast, snacks, sandwiches, light meals, desserts.
Favorite Manhattan restaurant for authentic Chinese cuisine located on the Mezzanine Floor. Serves lunch and dinner only
Mama Juwanna Cafe
Our newest restaurant featuring colorful Latin cuisine in a lively atmosphere off Lobby area. Spanish Cuisine
|Radisson Lexington Hotel New York Meeting Facility
3 meeting rooms that accommodate groups of 2 to 40. Dynasty has five private rooms for parties of 10 to 200 guests. Conference room seats up to 10 comfortably, equipped with conference table, separate sitting area with sofa, chairs, wet bar and fridge.
Fitness center on-site
Indoor tennis courts
Outdoor tennis courts
JOHN F KENNEDY INTL
NEWARK INTL ARPT
Barnes and Noble
Largest NYC bookstore
Barneys New York
Expensive designer clothing
The most famous and chich boutiques line either side of Fifth Ave including Saks Fifth Ave.
Clothing -Cosmetics -Shoes -Jewelry -Household goods -Linens
Landmark concert hall with continuous classical performances
Central Park has been in the works for 150 years. 843 acres of the world's permier public spaces providing shopping, dining and extra curricular activities
Located near Ground Zero this is a bargin shoppers delight. European and American brand names at discounts more than 15 different departments.
Children's Museum of Manhattan
Exhibits are designed to make learning fun and interactive
An art deco masterpiece that was the tallest building in the world before the Empire State Building. Built as a corporate office for Chrysler, the decorative pieces are in automotive fashion, including eagle heads and hood ornament wings.
Several art and history exhibits
Ellis Island National Monument
Allows the visitors to retrace the steps of their ancestors
Empire State Building
The tallest building in the world from 1931-1972. The viewing gallery offers magnificient views of New York City and its surroundings.
The ultimate toy store
Closed on Monday
Grand Central Terminal
Largest train station and main concourse in the world
A maze if coffee shops -Nightclubs -Shops -Artists
The building itself is a work of art
Special gifts and high prices
International Jewelers Brokerage
Great place to find discount jewelery
Boutiques -Restaurants -Art Galleries -Clothing stores
Clothing -Cosmetics -Shoes -Jewelry -Household goods
Nine floors with 80 stores
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum cover 5000 years of culture from all over the world Closed on Mondays
Museum of Modern Art (MOMA)
Closed on Wednesday
New York Public Library
World's great research libraries
New York Stock Exchange
A visitors gallery in this landmark of capitalism -Overlooks the trading floor
Newport Center Mall
Movie theaters -Food Court -Clothing items (no tax charged)
Quiet bookstore with an outstanding international book selection
The plaza is well known for its ice skating rink and its Christmas tree during the Christmas season. Important buildings around the Plaza include Radio Music Hall, the GE building, La Mason Franciase, and the British Empire.
Saks Fifth Avenue
Upscale clothing store
Soho and Tribeca
Galleries -Dining and Shopping
Sony IMAX Theater
Eight-story high screen plus 3-D
South Street Seaport
Historic seaport district -Cobblestone streets -Shops -Waterfront piers -Restaurants
St. Patricks Cathedral
Four blocks from the hotel, the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of New York. A fine example of Gothic architecture that prevailed in Europe from 1275 to 1400. Church services are held everyday of the year and sung services on six days of the week.
Statue of Liberty-National Monument
Transfers by ferry -Hours 0930 Hours to 15:15 Hours Prices (subject to change): Adults 7 USD -Seniors 6 USD -Children 3 USD
Tiffany & Company
40 Theaters, 250 restaurants, incredible vibrance. Home to the bigest New Years Ever celebration in the USA.
Largest international governmental organization in the world
The most influential theater district in the world. Be sure to check out TKTS booth at Duffy Square between 45th and 47th streets.
Metropolitan Opera House
Madison Square Garden
Home of the New York Knicks and the New York Rangers. Concerts and events.
Cruise port address: 311 12th Avenue
Top of the Rock
Unparalleled views of New York city from the newly renovated observation deck on the 70th floor of the Rockefeller Plaza.
World Trade Center Memorial
Ground zero where the fabled Twin Towers once stood.