Wedding Blocks in New York City
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Our wedding blocks in New York City offer comfort, luxury, and elegance in a historic setting. Your guests may stay in a diverse array of well-appointed rooms and suites. Our expert concierge staff and our attentive event services team provide you with exceptional, personal service.
Our wedding room blocks come with additional perks, amenities, and discounts. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to receive more information on how we can accommodate you and your guests during your wedding ceremony.
Perks & Amenities Of Our NYC Wedding Room Blocks:
- Discounted rates for group blocks and Bridal Suite
- Personalized wedding link provided to offer your guests
- Cocktail reception venue for up to 30 guests
- Sit down breakfast or rehearsal dinner for up to 20 guests
- Group rates start at 5 rooms or more
- Bride & groom receive upgrade to suite at group rates
- Complimentary continental breakfast daily
- Welcome amenity for all guests
- Complimentary water bottle upon arrival
- Early-Late checkout, subject to availability
Our location in Midtown Manhattan puts you near New York's most luxurious and historic reception and wedding venues. Here's several of the best near The Iroquois New York.
- 325 Park Avenue
This 86-year-old hall maintains its history with Byzantine-like decorative stenciling painstakingly replicated on the soaring 30-foot ceiling. 15-foot-high beautiful yellow and white stained glass windows decorate the restaurant, and an outdoor terrace is an exceptional place for dining in the sunshine.
- 1 United Nations Plaza
Located on the fourth floor of the UN, the DDR has been host to diplomats, presidents, and prime ministers. The floor-to-ceilng windows have panoramic views of the city.
- 15 West 43rd Street
The gathering place for Princeton alumni in New York, The Princeton Club hosts elegant events in its two separate floors of event space, along with an outdoor terrace with skyline views.
- 35 West 44th Street
This classicly designed venue is home to Havard alumni in New York. Harvard Hall has three-story, floor-to-ceiling windows and rich, dark Mahogany. The Gordon Reading Room is perfect for wedding portraits, with traditional New York charm.
- 1356 Broadway
Built in 1924 as The Greenwich Savings Bank Building, Gotham Hall is now an exceptional event venue, with iconic columns adorning its facade.
- 110 East 42nd Street
An Italian-Renaissance inspired restaurant with towering marble columns, soaring ceilings, magnificent inlaid floors and glorious chandeliers. The menu is as stunning as the surroundings.