This 39th Street structure was originally conceived as an apartment building in 1928. It was later converted to a hotel in the 1950s, with the distinction of being the first hotel in the city to have telephones in every bathroom and the first in the world to be equipped with color TVs.
Today, The Tuscany boasts 124 guest rooms that are amongst the most spacious accommodations you will find in Manhattan. Fabulous features include: hardwood floor entryways in all rooms, corner studios with an abundance of natural light and multiple suites with signature views of the Chrysler and Empire State Buildings. The plush decor creates warmth and invokes classic New York paired with modern amenities, including luxury bath amenities, complimentary WiFi and rainforest showerheads in glass-enclosed showers.