About us

Your New York City Residence...

Welcome to the Martinique New York




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Historic Luxury in the Heart of Midtown Manhattan

For over 100 years, The Martinique has elegantly reflected the rich history of its vibrant and dynamic location. The Martinique’s vast lobby also featured an awe-inspiring mosaic-tile floor and an 18-story spiral staircase, both of which are still very much intact today. In 1916, department store magnate, Rodman Wanamaker, sponsored a luncheon at the Martinique, bringing together 35 prominent golf professionals and leaders of the game, which laid the groundwork to form the PGA. The formal birth of The Professional Golfers Association of America came nearly three months later on April 10, 1916 at the Martinique. Board members of the PGA continue to hold meetings at the Martinique to this day.

The Martinique New York is rich in history and steps from world class shopping, dining and major attractions.

Our Services

Our main goal is to make your stay in Midtown Manhattan as comfortable and convenient as possible. Relax in one of our 531 spacious rooms and suites, and enjoy thoughtful amenities like room service and more. Our central location makes it easy to walk to iconic New York City favorites like Times Square, Madison Square Garden and Broadway shows.

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Parking

There is a parking garage conventiently located across from the hotel. Long term and short term parking is available.

Fitness Center

We are pleased to introduce our new fitness facilities in a brand new space on the lower level - featuring all new equipment, complimentary water and towel service and private key access.

Restaurant

Petit Poulet ~ French Bistro & Wine Bar serves a la carte breakfast, lunch, and dinner from 6:30am until 11:00pm. In a charming and intimate setting, Petit Poulet is an ode to classic Parisian bistros.

Banquet

Our meeting rooms, boardroom and grand ballroom are perfect for your next catered event or meeting. What ever your event, the Martinique staff is ready to create your perfect day.

New York City seen from the Queensboro Bridge is always the city seen for the first time, in its first wild promise of all the mystery and beauty in the world...

F. Scott Fitzgerald