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City Escape Package
City Escape Package

Now you can save big in the city that never sleeps! Just pack and go when booking our City Escape. Book Now

Romance Package
Romance Package

For couples indulgence only! You only need each other, we'll provide an unforgettable setting and all the romantic touches. Book Now

New Rooms at the Gershwin
Newly Renovated

The Gershwin is now offering newly residential inspired rooms with references to an Art Nouveau Style. BOOK NOW

An Exceptional NoMad Hotel

Welcome to The Gershwin

Gracious hospitality, a rich sense of history and exceptional service await at The Gershwin, a historic boutique hotel in NoMad, Manhattan. Madison Square Park, the Empire State Building, and Midtown are just minutes away, it is perfectly situated for business and leisure travelers alike. Our ample amenities and relaxed atmosphere, with accents that reference the rich heritage of the neighborhood and our landmarked building, will make you feel right at home in the heart of New York City.

The Gershwin is now offering newly residential inspired rooms with references to an Art Nouveau Style. Our NoMad hotel is inspired by the musical and art heritage of the neighborhood, which was the epicenter of the popular music industry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The music theme is reflected throughout the rooms, corridors and bathrooms. The NoMad District (now also known as "NoMad" - North of Madison Square Park) is now one of Manhattan's most popular neighborhoods, characterized by its beautiful and historic architecture, exceptional bars and restaurants tucked away on quiet side streets, and many other attractions. Centered around Madison Square Park, the NoMad District is within walking distance of Midtown, Union Square, Greenwich Village, and NYU.

We invite you to learn more about the neighborhood, explore our accommodations, and contact us if there is anything we can do assist you in planning your stay. We look forward to welcoming you to The Gershwin on your next trip to New York City.

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