The Roosevelt Hotel Celebrates 90 Years!

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The Roosevelt Hotel opened in 1924 on Madison Avenue at 45th St. boasting a neo-classical lobby, 1,015 guest rooms and contemporary restaurants and lounges including mad46 rooftop loungeVander Bar and Madison Club Lounge. Named after President Theodore Roosevelt, the classic New York City midtown hotel attracts guests and Hollywood filmmakers alike with a classic setting and a rich history.

Is your last name Roosevelt?

To celebrate 90 years of history and hospitality, The Roosevelt Hotel invites future guests with the last name Roosevelt to book one night for $19.24 at the “Grand Dame of Madison Avenue.”

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Can’t Decide What to Eat or Drink? We Can Help

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So close to Grand Central lies the perfect lunch spot. And guess what? Our menu just got a whole lot better! Stop by Vander Bar for our signature cocktail, the Bryant Park Breeze before an afternoon stroll in the park. Wash down some chicken parmesan sliders and an order of chipotle chicken wings with one of our 16 draft beers.

Where else can you find an Ahi Tuna BLT on sliced sour dough with peppered bacon, heirloom tomatoes, and Asian remoulade? Savor a glass of wine and lose track of time in the hustle and bustle of the city that never sleeps through our large, street-level retractable windows.

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What Goes Up?

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 Happy Hour at the Highest Level:

Busy day at work? Come unwind at The Roosevelt Hotel’s rooftop lounge, mad46 for some happy hour specials. Enjoy the exceptional view from the heart of Midtown while sipping on a Rosie Mojito.

Happy Hour starts at 5 PM on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays for the after-work crowd, and extends into the weekend for our hotel guests. On Saturdays from 5-7 PM, Roosevelt Hotel guests can show their room key for a happy hour discount.

Offering $6 draft beers, $8 wines, $12 select cocktails, and an unbeatable view of New York City, what’s not to enjoy?

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In the Know

When you travel to New York this, summer we invite you to enjoy the many events and attractions that make the city so exciting. Our convenient midtown Manhattan location puts everything within reach, and we’re pleased to share our local knowledge so you can experience authentic sights, sounds and flavors of New York.

SummerStage Festival - Citywide in Select Parks

Through September

Since 1986, Central Park SummerStage has been a sure bet for great live music in a picturesque alfresco setting — for free. The offerings of the annual outdoor concert series span all genres: past performers over the years have included Taj Mahal, Dinosaur Jr., Joni Mitchell and Q-Tip. There’s also a SummerStage Kids series that runs from June to August and features artists from around the world performing music, dance, circus acts, spoken word and more for the little ones. The lawn fills quickly, so arrive early. Rain or shine.

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Featured Shop: Jean-Claude Biguine Salon

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To say you can experience a world-class hair styling experience at Jean-Claude Biguine Salon would be an understatement. Because first of all, you could say it in English, French, Spanish, Russian and Korean and a salon staff member would be able to continue the conversation in the same language.

No surprise really. For almost 30 decades, Jean-Claude has received international acclaim for creativity and innovation in beauty trends. There are over 300 salons around the world bearing his name and offering a European salon experience featuring classical and nouveau cuts, styling, color and hair treatments.

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