The Affinia Manhattan is a classic, historic hotel set at the crossroads of New York City’s most iconic neighborhoods. Across from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden, it’s between Times Square and Union Square.
The Manhattan has just completed the final phase of a $35 million renovation. With the entire hotel freshly revamped by major design firms, the result is modern and up-to-the-minute chic.
From the opulent ballroom to the VIP boardroom, the Manhattan’s nine event venues were redesigned by Rottet Studio. There’s an ideal space for a meeting of any size—versatile, customizable, and furnished with cutting-edge audio/visual equipment.
Just off the lobby of Affinia Manhattan, at the gateway to the city, Niles restaurant in Manhattan near Penn Station, offers a sleek setting for an entertaining meal from morning till late night. Chef Chris Scarpaci prepares a wide variety of contemporary continental cuisine as brightly colored geometric shapes and reflective surfaces accent the stark white walls, and a dynamic lighting scheme constantly changes the room’s color.