Situated on a serene side street amid the bustle of Midtown Manhattan, The Iroquois offers a quietly luxurious hotel experience built on historic hospitality. Located just off of New York City's famed Fifth Avenue
, near Times Square and the celebrated theaters of Broadway
, our hotel provides boutique service in stately and sophisticated confines. Award-winning and top-ranked as a premier hotel in New York City by guests and Travel + Leisure, The Iroquois, a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World, has been a coveted hotel in Midtown for well over a century.
A Hotel With a Storied & Gloried History in NYC
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), our hotel continues its legacy of sophistication and timeless elegance in New York City to this day. Since its debut in Midtown Manhattan, The Iroquois has undergone renovations to upgrade its luxury accommodations and public spaces, while maintaining its historic roots and architectural integrity.