Morgans – Murray Hill Hotels

Morgans is located between 37th and 38th Streets on Madison Avenue, in the heart of Manhattan and walking distance from from Fifth Avenue shopping, the Empire State Building, the business district and Times Square. Morgans is a quietly sophisticated hotel offering understated elegance and unparalleled service in an intimate, friendly, home-away-from-home atmosphere. With interiors by the renowned French designer Andree Putman, Morgans’ chic, decidedly residential feel created a sensation in the hotel industry when it opened 20 years ago, and is still the choice for discerning travelers seeking the very best. With its ultra-comfortable Guestrooms, cozy Living Room, the exciting new Morgans Bar, and the wildly popular Asia de Cuba restaurant, Morgans has earned its reputation as a New York classic.

Features and Amenities

Step into sophisticated yet understated luxury. Legendary designer AndrĂ©e Putman once again triumphs, crafting an elegant and comfortable room that balances history and modernity. Carefully selected furnishings include a hand-stitched, wool-upholstered chair that suggests bespoke tailoring, a metal-inlaid Corian table and La Notte bedside lamps. The striking black-and-white tiled bathroom retains its strong and refreshing visual identity, while sumptuous MALIN+GOETZ bath amenities relax and restore. Thoughtful luxury is infused throughout, from entertainment on demand to the Egyptian cotton linens and plush down comforter. There are a variety of room types available at Morgans, from loft suites to standard rooms to standards with twin beds – but all possess the luxurious details stated above.

The ultra-chic and spacious duplex Penthouse at Morgans is a masterwork of timeless form and contemporary function, boasting its own greenhouse, kitchen, media room with 53″ color television, dramatic spiral staircase, and two terraces with outstanding city views. Designed by the renowned Andree Putman, the Penthouse feels more like the quintessential jetsetter’s private Manhattan apartment: streamlined luxury in a totally modern setting.

Under the direction of restaurateur Jeffrey Chodorow, Morgans’ in-house restaurant, Asia de Cuba serves an innovative menu that blends the best of Asian and Latino cuisines in a soaring and beautifully theatrical Philippe Starck-designed space. Featuring a 30-foot long illuminated marble communal table that runs through the main dining area, a 15-foot tall photo lightbox featuring a “running waterfall,” ultra-comfortable high-backed white banquettes, and cozy living room areas with fireplaces. Morgans Bar is also one of the cities’ hottest nightspots.

In keeping with its residential mood, the Living Room at Morgans feels like the private library or drawing room of a classic estate transported to midtown Manhattan. Filled with a charming mix of styles, from comfortable English sofas, to a mid-century modern Danish chair, to African carved wood side tables, as well as televisions, computers, and shelves filled with books on everything from film and fashion to politics and geography, the Living Room is the ideal place to relax, have a drink, enjoy a movie, read a book or play a computer game. The spring and fall seasons offer the mildest and most pleasant weather.


Morgans is located in Murray Hill on Madison Avenue between 37th and 38th Streets. This New York hotel is located just two blocks from the J.P. Morgan Library. Morgans New York is also within walking distance to many of the Fortune 500 headquarters buildings which are housed in the midtown business district. For those who wish to experience the lighter, more cultural side of the Big Apple, such sites as Fifth Avenue, Madison Square Garden Arena, Central Park, the Broadway theater district, Museum Mile, and the Empire State Building are within a short stroll of the lobby. Entertainment, nightlife, and dining opportunities also abound here. Car parking is available at Morgans New York Hotel for a fee, with no in and out privileges. Airport transportation is available upon request, as are both public and private transportation arrangements.