New York, United States

Pendry Manhattan West

Price per night from$633.00

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Reflective Midtown hideaway


Middle of Manhattan

In the city that never sleeps stands Pendry Manhattan West, an undulating edifice of opaque glass striped with granite. It’s part of the substantial Manhattan West development, adjacent to the revamped Hudson Yards complex and north of peppy Chelsea. It offers a happy mix of destination drinking and dining, and a range of relaxing rooms with views to celebrate. The neutral bedrooms appear even more so next to the more embellished Zou Zou’s dining room, and the sultry, candlelit Bar Pendry, exciting spots respectively for Eastern Mediterranean cuisine and classic cocktails. When the day is done, take a pre-bed peek through your private slice of floor-to-ceiling glass at after-hours Manhattan. This peerless cityscape might have trouble dropping off, but we’re pretty sure you won’t.

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Need to know


Pendry Manhattan West has 164 rooms, including 30 suites.


Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 4pm.


Double rooms from £578.53 ($726), including tax at 14.75 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of $3.50 per room per night on check-out.

More details

Breakfast isn’t included in the room rate, but you can enjoy it in the Vista Lounge from $15 to $60.


Pendry Manhattan West is designed with accessibility in mind, from its well-lit walkway to the entrance, wheelchair access and lift, to its range of accessibly designed guest rooms. Inside you’ll find adapted closet rods and light switches, easy-access bath tubs, raised toilet seats and handrails, plus audible emergency alarms and closed-caption TV. Service animals stay for free.

At the hotel

Free WiFi, charged laundry service including dry-clean or pressing options, and gym with Technogym equipment. In rooms: free welcome drink, smart HDTV, Bluetooth speaker, tea- and coffee-making kit, Vittoria coffee, free bottled water, and MiN New York bath products.

Our favourite rooms

Guest rooms at Pendry Manhattan West are visually soothing across the board, from the logically named ‘double double’ rooms up to the suites. Interior design is by NY-based Gachot Studios, purveyors of refined simplicity, and that aesthetic certainly comes through here, with fresh, understated spaces providing a calm canvas for your big-city exploits. The high-up Skyline Corner Studio Suite is our top pick for a romantic city hideaway, with its skyscraper views all along the combined sleeping and living space, and marbled bathroom with a choice of sparkling oval tub or walk-in shower.


Pendry partners with the local Naturopathica Spa and Aire-Ancient Baths. Ask the concierge if you would like to book in for a pampering.

Packing tips

Comfortable kicks for daytime pavement-pounding, and your best date-night ensemble for cocktail hour.


The concierge can arrange in-room treatments with local therapists.


Your pet can stay with you for a charge of $150 for the whole stay. See more pet-friendly hotels in New York.


Mini Smiths are welcome at Pendry Manhattan West – in fact, the guest rooms with two double beds lend themselves well to Big Apple family adventures. But note that there are no specific kids’ activities, crèche facilities or babysitting services on site.

Sustainability efforts

The Pendry has motion-detector LED lighting throughout guest and staff areas, and an energy-efficient heating and air-con system to keep visitors comfortable without wasting energy. Bathroom toiletries are refilled to reduce single-plastic consumption, rooms are cleaned with eco-friendly products, and signage encourages residents to conserve water. The bars and kitchens favour local, sustainable suppliers and products, and staff follow recycling and composting procedures.

Food and Drink

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Top Table

There are buzzy corners aplenty.

Dress Code

Chic cuts, cheerful colours.

Hotel restaurant

Zou Zou’s Eastern Mediterranean-inspired dishes, borrowing flavours from Lebanon, Syria, Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Turkey, come courtesy of executive chef Juliana Latif. Here you can dine against a backdrop of delicate blue tile and beneath globe-clustered chandeliers daily. Lunch is served from 11.30am to 2.30pm and dinner from 5pm to 11pm.

The Garden Room (open Tuesday to Saturday 4pm to 1am, and Sunday and Monday 4pm to midnight) serves tea, coffee and light meals, such as chilled shrimp cocktails and caesar salads. The Vista Lounge is a relaxed space where you can seek out breakfast (omelettes, avocado Benedict, buttermilk pancakes, and more) Monday to Friday from 7am to 10am, and from 7am to 11am on weekends

Hotel bar

Bar Pendry is an intimate, low-lit lobby bar and lounge offering classic cocktails (Manhattan, anyone?) and American eats, such as buttermilk-fried chicken and burgers. It’s open Sunday and Monday from 4pm to midnight, and Tuesday to Saturday from 4pm to 1am. Up on the fourth floor, there’s Chez Zou, an upscale cocktail lounge and sister space to Zou Zou’s, offering creative cocktails and Eastern Mediterranean-inspired light bites every Sunday and Monday from 5pm to midnight, and Tuesday to Saturday from 5pm to 1am.

Last orders

Zou Zou’s kitchen closes at 11pm.

Room service

Yes – 24-hour room service is available, with breakfast, all-day dining, kids’ food and late-night menus available to enjoy in the comfort of your bed (if you wish).


Photos Pendry Manhattan West location
Pendry Manhattan West
438 West 33rd Street
New York City
United States

Pendry Manhattan West sits between 9th and 10th Avenues in New York City.


JFK, La Guardia and Newark airports are all within 45 minutes to an hour’s drive away, depending on traffic. You can book airport transfers through the hotel concierge.


Moynihan Train Hall is around a five-minute walk away.


There’s no car park on site, but you can stash your wheels (if you really need them) at iPark, at W 30th Street, which is a five-minute walk from the hotel. If you drop your luggage with staff outside the hotel, it will be delivered to your room while you park.

Worth getting out of bed for

Pendry Manhattan West is part of cushy live/work development, Manhattan West, now dotted with places to eat, drink and shop. Several stalwart Manhattan monuments are just a few blocks away: Madison Square Garden, Time Square and the Empire State Building, to name a few. You can amble down former rail-line-turned-urban-park, the High Line, down to Chelsea Market for lunch treats, or a little further to hit the West Village boutiques.

Local restaurants

Conveniently on the doorstep, you’ll find welcoming Italian eatery Ci Siamo, where you can enjoy dishes like tagliatelle with tomato and buffalo butter or wood-fired whole trout. Also deliciously close are the southern Spanish-influenced treats at Casa Dani, such as octopus in sweet paprika oil, oxtail brioche and Iberian pork feather loin. Elegant Japanese sushi parlour Katsuya has an outdoor terrace with Hudson River views and serves sashimi, sushi and bento at lunch, and specials such as spicy tuna crispy rice, baked-crab hand rolls or Wagyu beef gyoza for dinner.

Local bars

Around 15 minutes away by foot you can get your negroni served with 30th-floor views at the popular Skylark lounge. For something with a little more history, the Campbell in Grand Central Terminal is well worth the 30-minute walk for classic cocktails under its historic high ceilings.


Photos Pendry Manhattan West reviews
Laura Neilson

Anonymous review

By Laura Neilson, Travel-hungry style writer

I never need much of an excuse to justify a staycation in my hometown of Manhattan. Even to its long-time dwellers, the city remains a constant source for discovery and adventure, and just a wildly fun time, especially if it involves taking up temporary residence in a different part of town. In this particular instance, my reasoning was clear-cut: a birthday treat to myself at the sleek and très chic two-year-old Pendry Manhattan West, where my mother would be joining me from out of town for a night. Since the special day belongs to both of us (it’s our birthday), why not celebrate it—and ourselves—with an appropriately decadent night? I couldn’t have picked a better location for it, too. Just a five-minute walk from Moynihan Train Hall, where my mom’s Amtrak would arrive from upstate, the hotel anchors itself at the north end of the Manhattan West complex, a new development project teeming with fantastic restaurants, a sprawling Whole Foods outpost, and a growing number of retail spaces. 

The hotel brand itself currently counts less than a dozen properties, which only enhanced the newness of the experience for us both. This particular outpost is most visibly defined by its modern exterior featuring gorgeous curves that catch the sunlight (especially around sunset). Inside, the vibe is minimalist, with warm lighting and light wood accents—cool, but welcoming. We’d booked an Alcove Studio, but on learning the occasion of our stay, the hotel check-in staff kindly upgraded our room to a larger Alcove Studio Suite, which also came with the added benefit of a higher floor. Our huge corner suite had echoes of California modernism. With such stellar outward-facing views to behold—we faced southwest towards the Highline and the sunset—it was a smart choice on the design team’s part to keep the interiors relatively free of visual distractions. 

After sharing in oohs and ahhhhs, mom and I quickly unpacked and readied ourselves for a fun evening out, starting with drinks at Chez Zou, the hotel’s fourth-floor cocktail lounge, where a handful of close friends would be joining us. Chez Zou was lively, and totally transportive. Goodbye Manhattan, hello Marrakech! Mom’s ‘Pinch Hitter’ cocktail, a deftly-blended mix of Japanese whisky with bitters, honey, and a hint of apricot was dangerously delicious; a girlfriend’s fruit-forward mocktail was vibrant and fresh, and even matched her fuchsia outfit. I kept things classic with a stiff gin martini (you can try to transport the girl out of New York…). No complaints. Time flew, and before we knew it, mom and I were late for our dinner reservation—just us—at Zou Zou’s, the hotel’s positively thrumming downstairs restaurant known for big flavors across Middle-Eastern and Mediterranean-leaning dishes. 

We could have filled ourselves with just the mezze spread, which included chickpea hummus with black garlic oil, roasted eggplant puree, whipped ricotta with saffron-spiced apricots, bright and herbaceous green tahini, and a nutty smoked carrot and dip—especially with the fluffy, still-warm flatbread to swipe around in all of it. We continued on: a bright and flavorful gem salad with roasted grapes that carried the perfect balance of sweet/tart; the grilled branzino to share; smoky-rich charred broccoli, which I still dream about, and the jeweled rice, traditionally prepared with a satisfying layer of crunch at the bottom. After the table was cleared and tab settled, knowing that we would be upstairs and back in our lofty alcove abode in mere minutes, felt like the ultimate decadence. The night’s sleep was quiet and heavenly.

The next morning, once showered and ready for the day (I highly recommend the MiN New York toiletry products—the ‘Memento’ fragrance is elegant without being cloying), mom and I opted to forgo a sit-down breakfast in favor of exploring before her train home. With to-go coffees from the Cafe Grumpy counter located inside Whole Foods (mere steps from the hotel), we set off down the Highline (west Manhattan’s elevated walkway), taking in the view of the Hudson River, and the lush, wild-feeling landscaping all around us. Once again, it felt as though we’d momentarily left Manhattan. Eventually we found stairs leading down to Tenth Avenue, where we popped into 192 Books, a delightful independent bookshop with a fantastic curation of titles, especially those on arts and culture. 

Before we knew it, mom had to get back for her train. We made our way to the Manhattan West complex with enough time for a quick lunch: Nicoises salads from Daily Provisions, sitting outside in the sunlit plaza. It was the perfect, light and summery choice after our big meal the night before. I walked her the short way to Moynihan Station, before returning back to the hotel to work a bit and send off some emails. 

Quite frankly, I was exhausted, and tempted to call it a day, slip on my PJs, and climb under the covers with some room service. But alas, Ci Siamo, which is one of my favorite Italian restaurants—and one I don’t often get to visit—was beckoning me from down below, just across the plaza from the hotel. A girlfriend who lives nearby didn’t need much convincing to join me; we were both seated at the restaurant’s front bar 20 minutes later, sipping on negronis in between bites of chef Hillary Sterling’s airy, pepper and cheese-flecked gnocco fritto, and her caramelized onion torta (a must-have). It was an extremely ‘happy hour’, indeed.

After my friend and I parted ways, I knew I couldn’t end my stay at the Pendry Hotel without a nightcap at its gorgeous, tucked-away bar. Between the amber-hued lighting and the bar’s burnished gold accents, it was undoubtedly one of the sexiest drinking holes I’ve been to in a long while—and one I plan to return to even as a non-guest. But the night didn’t end there, at least not entirely. I returned to my room to find the sweetest birthday surprise: a mini birthday cake, and a chilled bottle of bubbly, courtesy of the front desk. I was going to dread checking-out, come morning. Alas, after another great night’s sleep, this time with the room to myself, the time had come. Back to reality… my two-day staycation was indeed like a dream—but maybe better, because I know the Pendry is just a short subway ride away.

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