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A Midtown Landmark With an Eager-to-Please Attitude That Draws Guests and Locals Alike

The hotel, a restored Beaux-Arts flatiron building, is classic New York City. All the usual suspects are waiting nearby: Times Square, Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Broadway, and Fifth Avenue. But the abundance of locals milling about – laughing at the lobby bar and lounging on the rooftop terrace – is your first clue that this is as much a place to play as it is to stay.

Dream Midtown NYC has everything you need to escape the common travel experience: a playful design with newly redesigned interiors, 218 luxurious accommodations with a flash of cheek, and unobtrusively attentive service from a staff that favors the term host over hotel. From here, NYC is yours to discover, but you might just find yourself sticking close to home. 

And who could blame you? There’s an exotic two-story aquarium. Hand-painted, artwork-covered vaulted ceilings. Sprightly pops of bright, vivid colors. And modern-yet-inviting architectural elements fused with the landmark building’s subtle elegance to create moments of individual discovery.

Like New York City itself, Dream is a destination that might even warrant a little misbehavior – but that’s up to you. And don’t worry, we’ll never tell. (We usually just look the other way.)


Embrace the world of Serafina, a Fellini-inspired (his movies are even projected on a wall) restaurant serving homemade pasta that brings to life the true flavors of Italy. And prime your imagination for more than a few coming-soon nightlife experiences driven by world-renowned architects and interior designers. The best part? It’s all just steps from where you lay your head at night.

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  • “With its minimalist aesthetic, fashionably attired staff, and quirky extravagances like a two-story aquarium and a giant statue of Catherine the Great, Dream’s got all the trendy trappings of your typical Vikram Chatwal property combined with a close proximity to midtown’s endless action.”
    New York