Ace Hotel New York

20 West 29th Street at Broadway | New York, NY 10001-4502  [SEE MAP]New York, NY  [SEE ADDRESS]

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Creative vibe, gourmet cuisine and trendy decor
Small rooms and a loud lobby
The Ace Hotel New York sits in the heart of midtown Manhattan and caters to travelers looking for accommodations with urban-inspired decor. The guest rooms all feature original works by local artists, complimentary high-speed wireless internet access and well-stocked minibars. Guests praise the hotel's cool, quirky atmosphere, but note the lobby is always crowded and loud, no matter the hour. If you leave something at home, head downstairs and browse the trendy racks of the hotel's eclectic shop that sells travel goods, magazines and other odds and ends. When hunger sets in, sit down for a delectable meal at The Breslin Bar & Dining Room or the John Dory Oyster Bar.
New York, NY
Hotel Class
Property Type
Boutique hotel, 258 rooms
Primary View
City center



  • 4.0Hotel Class
  • GOODCritic Rating


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Critic Reviews

The New York Times


The people who throng the Ace are fashionable, but not overly so; no one appears eager to turn heads with a striking outfit or outrageous hairstyle.

Condé Nast Traveler


Located in one of the few ungentrified stretches of a transitional downtown neighborhood that's at the center of nothing but close to everything, the 260 room Ace has a bona fide cool vibe.



The Ace is not your ordinary boutique hotel. The lively lobby melds Ivy League library with curiosity cabinet—taxidermy, mosaic tile floors, wooden bookcases, antique sofas—while the staff wear custom Levi's, Converse sneakers, and collared shirts.

Fodor's Choice


The meticulously curated, vintage inspired design will be a turn-off for some — the Ace doesn't aspire to most conventional notions of luxury — but the property is as cool, comfortable, and inviting in its own way as any fancy downtown hipster boutique.

Guest Reviews

A hotel's guest rating is calculated using data provided under license by Tripadvisor. A total of 2099 have reviewed the Ace Hotel New York, giving it a rating of 4, on a scale of 1-5.

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Tripadvisor Travel Rating: Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4 based on 2099 reviews 4.0 (based on 2099 reviews)

Guest Rooms

Like a post-college dorm room for the fashionable hipster, rooms feature unique amenities ranging from turntables to chalkboard headboards, acoustic guitars and full-sized Smeg refrigerators. Blue flannel Pendleton bedspreads and industrial and vintage accents are standard. The Ace eschews traditional hotel room classification lingo to keep it simple. Rooms come in "bunk bed," mini, small, medium, large, double or loft (high-end suite-style rooms).
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, including lobby and guest room floors
  • Most rooms have showers only, but some have shower/tub combo
  • Late checkout is based upon availability
  • Early check-in is guaranteed by booking the room at least one night prior to arrival

Standard room size250 square feet

  • Premium channels
  • Workspace/desk
  • Minifridge
  • Bathrobes/slippers
  • Minibar
  • Shower/tub combo
  • Separate shower
  • Separate tub
  • Internet
  • Wireless internet
  • Free internet
  • Fee for internet usage
  • Guest rooms with patios and balconies
  • Adjoining rooms available

Location & Parking

Some describe the Ace as a destination in itself – many creative types use the lobby as a coffee shop – which is all well and good because the hotel's surroundings are a bit gritty and not particularly close to major tourist sights (or great shopping). The Ace's 29th and Broadway location in the NoMad neighborhood is mostly surrounded by commercial buildings. Fortunately for visitors, the area is peppered with trendy restaurants.
  • Four blocks north of Madison Square Park; five blocks south of the Empire State Building
  • Hotel is a mile southwest of Grand Central Terminal; half a mile southeast of Penn Station; and the hotel is also within six blocks of multiple subway lines
  • There is self-parking in a garage a block from the hotel; the Ace does not offer valet services
  • Car service can be arranged
  • 24-hour valet parking
  • 24-hour self-parking ($55 to $65)
  • Airport shuttle
  • Car service (with fee)

Within walking distance of:

  • Bus stop
  • Restaurants
  • Movie theater
  • Train station
  • Beach
  • Theater
  • Subway/metro stop
  • Grocery store
  • Shopping


The Ace features two trendy restaurants run by Michelin Star award-winning chef April Bloomfield: The Breslin Bar & Dining Room and the John Dory Oyster Bar. The Breslin is a gastropub with a "meat-centric" menu utilizing "nose-to-tail culinary methods" with a focus on local and seasonal ingredients. The John Dory offers an assortment of seafood and has an all-day raw and oyster bar.
  • A branch of the West Coast-based Sumptown Coffee Roasters is located in the lobby and next door is a No. 7 Sub shop
  • The Breslin is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, both in-restaurant bars stay open until 4 a.m.
  • The hotel lobby bar is open daily until 2 a.m.

Number of restaurants2

Cuisine TypesAmerican

  • Fine dining
  • Casual dining
  • Quick service cafe/coffee shop/marketplace
  • Bar/lounge
  • Room service
  • 24-hour room service
  • free breakfast


Despite its 20-something and creative-type vibe, the Ace gets its fair share of family visitors. Older kids (and kids at heart) may particularly appreciate the unique details like in-room acoustic guitars and turntables. There are stuffed animals for little ones.
  • Babysitting services can be arranged through the concierge
  • Rollaway beds are $50 per stay
  • Theatre Works USA, four blocks away from the Ace, puts on family-friendly plays and shows
  • Kids Club
  • Free Kids Club
  • Fee for Kids Club
  • Cribs
  • High Chairs


The Ace has a 600-square-foot mirrored and red-accented fitness room. The focal point is an antique punching bag in honor of the full-sized boxing ring that existed during the hotel's earlier incarnation as the Breslin. Guests will find two treadmills, two elliptical machines, three weight-training machines, free weights and a yoga/stretching room.
  • Guided bicycle sightseeing maps offered by the front desk for neighborhood exploration
  • Yoga mats available
  • Weight equipment
  • Cardio equipment
  • Yoga mats
  • Free fitness classes
  • Premium fitness classes (with fee)


The hotel does not have a formal business center; however, it has four "computer labs" on floors 5, 7, 9, and 11 instead. There are two dedicated meeting spaces: The smaller 600-square-foot Boardroom fits up to 20 people and includes audiovisual equipment for meetings and screenings, and Liberty Hall's 2,700-square-foot space can accommodate up to 200 people.
  • Liberty Hall can be divided into up to three breakout rooms
  • Loft Suites are well-suited for small meetings, showrooms and cocktail parties
  • There is a full sales and events team to coordinate bookings and assist with meeting details

Number of meeting rooms2

  • Business center
  • Meeting rooms
  • Meeting and event planners available


Up to two small breed dogs are welcome to join their owners for $25 per night. The Ace gives owners a Bark Box – featuring doggie treats, a doggie toy and a dog bowl – upon arrival.
  • Four-block walk south to James Dog Run (aka Jemmy's Dog Run) in Madison Square Park
  • Other pet services can be arranged through the nearby New York Dog Spa
  • Pets allowed (with fee)
  • Dog walking
  • Pet-sitting


The hotel frequently hosts weddings in the Liberty Hall events space. Reclaimed and vintage furnishings (like a wall of vintage speakers) and moveable chalkboards – that act as room dividers – make weddings at the Ace truly funky.
  • Event and Sales staff available to assist with details, but no dedicated wedding planners on staff
  • While the maximum wedding capacity is 200, the Liberty Hall space can only accommodate up to 100 people for dinner and dancing

Maximum wedding guest capacity200

  • Hotel hosts weddings
  • Outdoor space for weddings
  • Wedding planners available

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