A Family-Run Boutique Hotel in Midtown East, NYC

Travelers seeking a boutique hotel in New York City should book a room at the Roger Smith Hotel. This sophisticated property is located in the convenient Midtown East neighborhood of Manhattan, perched on the corner of 47th Street and Lexington Avenue. Here, in the heart of Turtle Bay—a section of the borough known for its proximity to New York City’s most iconic attractions—you’ll feel like a longtime resident of the vibrant community.

Proximity to Sights and Attractions in Midtown NYC


The Roger Smith Hotel is within walking distance to the Empire State Building, Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center and countless other New York City sights. You’re never far from where you want to be in Manhattan, with Grand Central Station just a five minute walk away.

Whether you’re in the city for business or leisure, exploring New York City couldn’t be easier. From our well-positioned hotel, Manhattan’s famous landmarks—the Chrysler Building, the Empire State Building—punctuate the glittering skyline.

Our family-run hotel strives to offer guests the best of New York City design and culture, infusing the property with elements of a hip, downtown art gallery and a posh New York City condo.

Unique, Apartment-Style Guest Rooms


Every room at the Roger Smith Hotel has a unique design, and all of the spaces were intended to feel like your private apartment in the city. You’ll find hand-picked, antique furnishings and a thoughtfully curated selection of artwork—a tribute to our support of the city’s create arts scene.

Live plants, Beekman 1802 bath amenities and a rotating selection of books guests can take from—and add to—as they please make this Midtown hotel a cozy retreat with all the comforts of home.

Frequent travelers will find there is no other New York City hotel quite like Roger Smith Hotel, which has maintained a distinct and utterly unique identity for more than 80 years—even in a city that is constantly welcoming new hotels and boutique properties.

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Midtown Manhattan