The Edison Ballroom is a grand ballroom and event space for shows and private functions, located adjacent to The Hotel Edison. It was first opened in the 1930s and served as a venue for the Swing Era's top performers.
What is the minimum check-in age at Hotel Edison?
Hotel Edison is pleased to welcome guests at least 18 years old at the time of check-in. Guests must show valid government-issued ID at the time of check-in.
Is there a facility or resort fee?
Hotel Edison applies a nightly $25 facility fee to bring you value-added amenities and perks. The fee includes:
Fitness center access
Unlimited local and internal calls
Edison Hour, every Tuesday and Friday
NYC walking tours
5% discount at Bond 45
15% discount on laundry service
Are pets allowed at Hotel Edison?
Sorry, only service animals with valid documentation are permitted to stay at the hotel.
Is there a place to store my luggage?
Yes! Upon early check-in, if your room is not yet ready, you may check your luggage with the front desk/man for a small fee. You can also check luggage following check-out for later-departing flights. Please note, overnight storage is not available and space is limited; depending on volume, a short wait may be necessary.
Does Hotel Edison offer parking?
The hotel is pleased to offer valet parking in the heart of Times Square for just $60 per day, $70 for oversized vehicles. Please note that valet parking at Hotel Edison does not include in-and-out privileges and a full-day charge will be applied after 24 hours.
Is Wi-Fi free at Hotel Edison?
Yes, guests enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi access for up to three devices per room. For premium high-speed internet access, please contact the front desk.
Does Hotel Edison implement any eco-friendly initiatives?
Yes! We are proud to use an energy tracking system to monitor our carbon footprint, while also using energy-efficient lighting and recycling plans throughout the hotel, as well as a towel and linen reuse program.
Rooms and Suites
Does Hotel Edison have accessible / ADA rooms?
Yes, Hotel Edison is pleased to welcome all guests with well-equipped ADA rooms and suites featuring bathrooms with grab bars and roll-in showers, telephones with visual alerts, lowered closet bars and shelves, and an accessible path around the bed. ADA communication kits are available upon request for additional accessibility.
Are there any connecting rooms at Hotel Edison?
Hotel Edison is perfect for groups and families, and our connecting rooms make it easier to stay together near Times Square. There are a limited number of connecting rooms and accommodation cannot be guaranteed; please request a connecting room at the time of booking.
Do you have any smoking rooms?
Sorry, smoking is not allowed anywhere at Hotel Edison, including guest rooms and suites. Please note that a penalty charge will apply if guests are found to have smoked in rooms.
Are there safes in the room?
Yes, each accommodation at Hotel Edison offers a safe, along with other thoughtful amenities like irons and ironing boards, iPod docking stations, and USB charging ports for devices.
How far is Hotel Edison from the Javits Center?
Attending conventions, conferences, and event at the Javits Center is easy - the Hotel Edison is just over a mile away, a 10- to 15-minute cab ride or a quick trip on the 7 train from 42nd Street in Times Square.
How can I get to Hotel Edison from JFK Airport?
There are a few ways to get to Times Square from JFK, including taxi service and airport shuttle service. For a budget-friendly option if you're traveling light, you can take the AirTrain from the airport and hop on the E train at Sutphin Blvd / JFK Station for service to the 50th Street station, three blocks from the hotel.
Where should tour buses or shuttles pick me up at Hotel Edison?
The hotel has two entrances - and thanks to our prime location in NYC - the streets around Hotel Edison are bustling. We recommend pickups and drop-offs at the 46th Street entrance, which is typically less congested.
What's the best way to get to places outside of New York City from the hotel?
NYC runs on public transit, which is a reliable and convenient way to explore cities and neighborhoods outside Manhattan. Take the subway to get to Queens and Brooklyn, go downtown for ferry service to Staten Island, arrive in Connecticut or upper New York via Grand Central Terminal, or head to Penn Station for destinations in New Jersey, Long Island, and the East Coast.