A Classic New York City Hotel
Once a hostelry for well-heeled bachelors and socialites, the 126-room historic Mansfield Hotel offers a portal to days gone by in the heart of New York City’s Theater District. Steeped in the rich private club history of the famed Club Row, 44th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues, The Mansfield was designed in the Beaux-Arts tradition with neoclassical influences by famed architect James Renwick Jr. in 1903.
Meticulously restored to its original grandeur, The Mansfield offers a truly authentic New York City experience. Guests of the Manhattan hotel appreciate its private club-like surroundings and superb craftsmanship, as illustrated by the lobby’s detailed illuminated 16-foot ceiling and twin oval staircases with original terrazzo floors.
This historic midtown boutique hotel features classically-appointed guestrooms and suites with original ebony-stained hardwood floors and modern hotel amenities. The hotel boasts a masterfully restored Beaux-Arts Club Room with 24-hour complimentary espresso and cappuccino; and M Bar, the quintessential midtown venue for classic cocktails, quiet conversation and American fare. Twenty-four hour business and fitness centers are also available for guests’ convenience.
Residing in midtown Manhattan, the hotel is just steps from Grand Central Terminal, Broadway, Times Square, Madison Square Garden, Rockefeller Center, The Empire State Building, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Bryant Park and The New York Public Library.