Hotel Giraffe by Library Hotel Collection

Rated 9.3 in 283 reviews. 72 rooms.

★★★★

Welcome to an urban oasis located in the heart of New York City. Hotel Giraffe embodies the gentle power, grace and beauty found in one of nature’s most beloved animals. Inspired by the architecture and design of the Art Modern period that has distinguished this vibrant NoMad neighborhood since the 1920’s and 30’s, Hotel Giraffe embodies the graceful elegance, strength, and beauty as well as the legendary kindness found in one of nature’s most beloved animals. This luxury hotel offers timeless style, spacious guestrooms and suites, and most importantly, gracious service that makes it an ideal New York City getaway for leisure and business travelers alike. Experience a world of sophisticated style, unsurpassed comfort and gracious service...compliments of Hotel Giraffe.

Located in the NoMad neighborhood, this boutique New York City hotel is within 10 minutes’ walk of Union Square Park and Chelsea. There is a rooftop garden and free Wi-Fi.

Decorated with photography from the 1920’s and 1930’s, each room at Hotel Giraffe by Library Hotel Collection includes amenities like an iPod docking station and flat-screen cable TV.

Compliments of Hotel Giraffe you can expect refreshments such as coffee, tea, soft drinks, flavored water, fresh fruit, health bars, snacks, and more. Wi-Fi is available throughout the entire hotel, Guest of Hotel Giraffe can also enjoy dining at our in-house restaurant, Bread & Tulips

Madison Square Park and access to the 28th Street underground rail station is within 2 minutes’ walk of the hotel.

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Recommended Nearby

A guide to great places near Hotel Giraffe by Library Hotel Collection

  1. Gregory's Coffee

    Gregory's is the go-to coffee shop for Mashables as our HQ is just around the corner. Enjoy the free Wi-Fi and delicious coffee!

    150 m from hotel
    327 Park Ave S

  2. The Peoples Improv Theater (PIT)

    Intimate space to catch some sidesplitting improv – especially on Wednesdays when all the shows are free from 6-11pm. They serve wine and beer too!

    196 m from hotel
    123 E 24th St

  3. Birch Coffee

    quiet library hidden upstairs.

    202 m from hotel
    21 E 27th St

  4. Eleven Madison Park

    “I think Eleven Madison is my favorite restaurant in the city,” chef Scott Conant told us in his New York Diet. The lobster lasagna is “awesome” and the milk-and-honey dessert is “just delicious.”

    215 m from hotel
    11 Madison Ave

  5. Madison Square Park

    From inside the park, you can get a great angle on the surrounding buildings for a Panoramic Stitch. Outside the park on the west side, looking south, is a fantastic shot of the Flatiron Building.

    279 m from hotel
    Madison Ave

  6. Eataly

    In his NY Diet, Jeffrey Steingarten calls Eataly "spectacular" - there are "wonderful, delicious pastas," "wonderful" pizza, not to mention great crudo, breadsticks, and Pat LaFrieda steak.

    415 m from hotel
    200 5th Ave

  7. Maialino

    Popular midday dishes include the peppered chicken on arugula ($19); marinated sea bass with asparagus on a salad ($19); and the pasta with black pepper, egg and guanciale, cured pig jowl ($15).

    419 m from hotel
    2 Lexington Ave

  8. The Breslin Bar & Dining Room

    This is the place to tweet and be seen. Their meaty lunch menu includes terrines, ham, sea bass and steak, but the most popular entree is the lamb burger ($17).

    490 m from hotel
    16 W 29th St

  9. Stumptown Coffee Roasters

    If there's anything keeping IFC staffers Always On, it's the Stumptown coffee at the Ace Hotel coffee bar. So thick, it'll stick to your teeth! See you in outer space! - IFC Staff

    497 m from hotel
    18 W 29th St

  10. Gramercy Tavern

    The unofficial official First Restaurant of New York. Though its formal dining room is a bit too too for Eater 38 contention, the front room and its seasonal American menu wins. [Eater 38 Member]

    0.5 km from hotel
    42 E 20th St

  11. ABC Kitchen

    It’s not only the best place to catch the ‘vegetables are the new meat’ trend, it’s one of our favorite restaurants of the year. Featured in Where to Eat 2011!

    0.7 km from hotel
    35 E 18th St

  12. High Line

    Built in the 30s, this was an active railway until 1980. "Friends of the High Line" formed in 1999 with the idea of turning it into an elevated park similar to the Promenade Plantée in Paris.

    1.8 km from hotel
    btwn Gansevoort & W 34th St