LUMA Hotel is Temporarily Closed Until May 14

Due to COVID-19's impact on travel demand in New York City, we have made the decision to temporarily close our hotel. We feel this is in the best interest of our incredible talent, our guests and our community. Please check back for updates. For additional information, contact infonyc@lumahotels.com. We can't wait to welcome you back.

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Times Square

Home to Broadway’s most popular shows, famous venues like Caroline’s, an array of terrific shopping destinations and a diverse selection of fantastic restaurants, Times Square is a world unto itself and an iconic symbol of New York City excitement.

Phone: (212) 768-1560

Bryant Park

With a rich history dating back to 1686, Bryant Park is one of Manhattan’s most beloved outdoor destinations. Located next to the New York Public Library, Bryant Park serves as a serene oasis in the heart of Midtown.

Phone: (212) 768-4242

Broadway Theatre District

The home of 41 professional theaters, all with their own grand histories, Broadway is the premier place in the world to see enduring classics as well as cutting-edge new productions.

Phone: (212) 764-1122

Museum of Modern Art

Founded in 1929, The Museum of Modern Art's vast and evolving collection contains nearly 200,000 works by over 10,000 artists.

Phone: (212) 708-9400

Fifth Avenue Shopping

With retail ranging from casual to upscale, there is something for everyone, and plenty of people watching along the way.

Central Park

Spanning 843 acres in the heart of Manhattan, Central Park is home to the Central Park Zoo, Sheep Meadow, Fort Clinton, Delacorte Theater, and more.

Phone: (212) 310-6600

Empire State Building

Completed in 1931, the 1,454-foot, 102-story Empire State Building is one of the world’s most recognized buildings.

Phone: (212) 736-3100

Rockefeller Center

Distinguished by its dazzling Art Deco architecture, this complex of 19 buildings sits between 48th and 51st streets in Manhattan, beckoning visitors to explore the Top of the Rock, ice skating, and much more.

Phone: (212) 332-6868

Grand Central Station

With a full market, boutique stores and famed destinations for dining - the Grand Central Oyster Bar and the Campbell Apartment among renowned names - Grand Central Station buzzes with activity and a timeless New York City atmosphere.

Phone: (212) 340-2583

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