Unique Areas, Distinct Identities
New York City is defined by its neighborhoods, each offering a unique flavor and a distinct backstory. Each of Triumph Hotels’ properties is situated in a different NYC neighborhood, ranging from the skyscraper-lined streets of Midtown to the tree-dotted sidewalks of the Upper West Side to the bright lights of the Theater District and beyond.
Join us for a complimentary NYC Walking Tour to see for yourself, and learn more about the unique identities of our NYC neighborhoods, each reflected in the aura of a different Triumph property:
Upper West Side – Trees, brownstones and regal apartment buildings line the side streets of the Upper West Side, perfectly complementing the diverse dining and high-end retail stores lining the main avenues. Covering several miles between Columbia University and Lincoln Center, the parkside neighborhood combines the peaceful feel of a residential haven with the bustle of the city.
Theater District – New York’s brightest lights shine on Broadway, the hub of the city’s famed Theater District. Located in the heart of Midtown, near Times Square and Hell’s Kitchen, the Theater District is lively around the clock, offering dining, nightlife and shopping, in addition to its signature shows.
Times Square - The brilliant heart of Broadway and Seventh Avenue, this intersection is one of the most famous in the world. With its dazzling billboards and bustling energy of the entertainment industry luminaries who call this corner home, it's both impossible to miss and unforgettable. Visit the Hotel Edison to stay in the core of Times Square's excitement.
Midtown – Midtown is the epicenter of Manhattan, where many of the city’s largest corporations hold court and some of its poshest dining destinations sit alongside top tourist attractions. Midtown is home to the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Times Square, the UN, and many more must-visit NYC sights. Our Midtown Manhattan hotel gets you right into Manhattan's beating heart.
NoMad – Located at the southeast corner of Midtown, NoMad delivers an eclectic neighborhood vibe where New Yorkers live, eat, drink and play The neighborhood is filled with a wide variety of eateries and nightlife venues, many of which are geared toward the lively crowds of young professionals that frequent the area.
Flatiron – Named for its most famous structure (the Flatiron Building, at 23rd Street and Broadway), this area is a mix of upscale shops, charming parks, bustling restaurants, offices and residences. The heart of this Manhattan neighborhood is Madison Square Park, featuring the original location of the now-famous Shake Shack restaurant and plenty of green space to sit and relax.
TriBeCa – Among America’s most fashionable, desirable and expensive neighborhoods, TriBeCa is home to luxury lofts and refined restaurants, many of which are ensconced in historic, formerly industrial buildings with roots in the 19th century. TriBeCa is adjacent to the Financial District, as well as SoHo and the West Village.
Each of our hotels occupies a unique space in its New York City neighborhood – learn more about our properties.