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History Of Hotel Edison

An Art Deco Icon

The first Art Deco hotel in the Theater District, Hotel Edison has woven itself into the fabric of New York City as a trendsetter and blueprint. It has been featured in literary works and major productions like Seinfeld and The Godfather, blending the glamor of a bygone era with the young and vibrant energy of today's NYC.

A Multi-Generational Masterpiece In Times Square

A Multi-Generational
Institution In Times Square

Hotel Edison has been setting trends in New York City's Theater District since 1931 when Thomas Edison turned on the marquee lights. Nestled within the core of NYC, our Art Deco architecture exudes a timeless allure that has left an indelible mark on nearby attractions and buildings. Over the years, our hotel has become synonymous with celebrity, innovation, and artistry, drawing Broadway performers and Hollywood stars to our iconic spaces like Friedman's, Bond 45, The Rum House, and Edison Ballroom.