Welcome to our 5-star property in the heart of New York, blocks away from Central Park, Bryan Park, Times square and the Theater district. The Iroquois provides a boutique luxury hotel experience elevated for the modern traveler. Steeped in historic NYC hospitality, the stately and sophisticated accommodations set the tone for timeless experiences in New York City.
Envisioned in 1899 by designer and architect Harry Mulliken, The Iroquois has been a luxurious hospitality fixture on Midtown Manhattan's 44th Street since 1902. Once the residence of prominent actors, celebrities, and artists, including James Dean, Leecy Woods, and The Clash (who wrote "Rock The Casbah" while staying at The Iroquois), this property continues its legacy of sophistication and timeless elegance in New York City to this day
Exuding boutique charm and luxurious sophistication, the rooms at The Iroquois are the perfect urban oasis in New York City. Each one has been re-imagined and renovated to offer a most accommodating stay in Midtown Manhattan, while maintaining the classic elegance that made their hotel rooms and suites a coveted destination among celebrities, artists, and stars of stage and screen since 1902.