LUMA Hotel is Temporarily Closed, Reopening soon!

We can't wait to reopen LUMA’s doors! We have been temporarily closed due to COVID-19's impact on travel, but we are actively gearing up for our reopening, soon! We are so excited to welcome guests again, while maintaining a safe and healthy environment for the LUMA team & our visitors.

Since our very first day, we have welcomed guests to New York City with genuine & unparalleled service. Our hearts go out to everyone who has suffered during this unprecedented time, globally. As the world (and specifically NYC) continues to reopen, we will update our status. Please check back for updates, and for additional information, please contact

Please continue to take care of yourselves and your families. We can’t wait to welcome you back!

On behalf of the LUMA team,
Kate Martin
General Manager

Become A True New Yorker

NYC Attractions Locals Love

It would be easy to spend all of your time in New York exploring the renowned attractions and landmarks immediately surrounding our Midtown hotel, but the city is full of marvels old and new, large and small. Take a cue from locals during your stay at LUMA and explore some of the city's best restaurants, bars and attractions throughout the five boroughs. Get started by checking out some of our top picks below, and be sure to ask our staff for tips on the best way to get to and from each destination.

Favorite Local NYC Attractions:

  • Savor a cocktail at Employees Only, repeatedly selected as one of the world's top bars.
  • Every weekend from April-November, Smorgasburg showcases 100+ local and regional food vendors for upwards of 10,000 visitors daily, making it one of the most popular tourist destinations in Brooklyn. 
  • Thrill your tastebuds with exotic dining at Mission Chinese, serving fiery, innovative takes on Sichuan cuisine.
  • Whitney Museum of American Art houses one of the world's foremost collections of modern and contemporary American art.
  • Like no other museum you've been to, the Tenement Museum is located in a 5-story brick tenement building that was home to nearly 7,000 people, from over 20 nations, from 1863-1935.
  • Grab a pint (or two) at McSorley's Old Ale House, the oldest Irish pub in the city.
  • Film and TV buffs will deeply appreciate the Museum of the Moving Image.
  • The High Line is totally unique to NYC - a 1.5 mile long public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan's West Side.
  • Head North into the Bronx to frolic in 28 specialty gardens, including a conservatory, a children's adventure garden, and a 40-acre old-growth forest at the New York Botanical Garden.