Avalon Hotel



This New York City boutique hotel is located in Midtown Manhattan near the Empire State Building. The Avalon Hotel has two different rooms that can accommodate a family of 5. The Junior Suite Family Room includes two full size beds and a sofa bed. The Queen Deluxe Suite includes two queen beds and a sofa bed.


We visited this hotel the Spring of 2014. It has an old world, polished style about it. There is a library/sitting room, a self-service coffee station and two computers available for printing boarding passes etc. Subway access is nearby.

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Contact Info

Avalon Hotel
16 East 32nd Street
New York, NY 10016

Telephone: 212.299.7000 Email: reservations@avalonhotelnyc.com
Website: https://www.avalonhotelnyc.com
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Price: $$$$


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Tips and Reservation Info

Use the hotel's online reservation system or contact the hotel by phone or email to inquire about the Junior Suite Family Room or the Deluxe Queen Suite for 5 People. Compare with hotel search website.

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  1. Andrew Kennedy on August 4, 2012 at 9:27 am

    I tried booking (by phone) and the hotel informed me that it is their policy not to take more than four to a room. So perhaps this is not suitable for sleeps5.com after all!
    – Andrew.

    • Sandy Nielsen on August 5, 2012 at 10:32 am

      Thanks for letting us know! We’ll look into it. Perhaps try again, and be sure to mention your children’s ages. We know of one family of 5 that stayed there in May of this year.

      We have found that a ‘yes’ response sometimes depends on speaking to a front desk manager rather than a reservations system operator, or on the age of the children (hotels will often allow a family of 5 with young children, such as under age 10). Sometimes, there is a change of management, which brings a change of policy, or a stricter following of an existing policy.

      Happy travels!
      -Sandy Nielsen

      • Sandy Nielsen on October 2, 2012 at 4:51 pm

        We heard directly from an Avalon Hotel representative, who confirmed the hotel’s deluxe suite can accommodate a family of 5.

        Do contact the hotel’s front desk directly to request the deluxe suite for 5.

        -Sandy Nielsen

  2. Sandy Nielsen on April 3, 2014 at 9:51 pm

    We recently received further confirmation from an Avalon Hotel manager. He said, “We definitely accept reservations for 5!” He added that room availability inquiries should be directed to the reservation desk by phone or email.

    -Sandy Nielsen

  3. Chris on April 26, 2014 at 5:11 pm

    Just called about the deluxe queen suite with 2 queens and a sofa bed. We are family of 2 adults and 3 kids ages 11, 14, 16 (at time of travel). Was informed that the additional charge would be $60 per child if there are 5 people to room, even if one child is under 12 years old. I chose not to book at this hotel.

    • Sandy Nielsen on April 27, 2014 at 9:38 pm

      Thanks for describing your experience! We’ll contact the hotel again to find out if the per child fee increase is fixed or changes seasonally, as room prices often do. We’ll also request clarification of the under-12 fee or no-fee policy.

      I hope you find a hotel that exactly matches what you need during your time in New York City. Let us know if you find another place we should list on Sleeps5.

      Sandy Nielsen

      • Sandy Nielsen on April 28, 2014 at 1:48 pm

        We received clarification about the room rates from an Avalon Hotel Manager. The rate is not determined per person, but there is a flat rate based on occupancy, regardless of the ages of the guests. The Sleeps5 description has been updated, accordingly.

        We appreciate the Avalon Hotel for continuing to be one of the few hotel choices for families of 5 to share one room!

        -Sandy Nielsen

  4. Nicolas on May 14, 2014 at 7:36 am

    Just spoke with the reservation counter and they confirmed that what I see on the site (215$ per night in the suite) transforms into a 377$+tx when we are five with 3 kids, even if the kids are under 12. Definitely not a “$$$” category in this case but a a “$$$$”.
    Won’t book here.

    • Sandy Nielsen on May 14, 2014 at 7:56 am

      Thanks for describing your experience! We’ll change the $ symbol accordingly.

      Best regards,
      Sandy Nielsen

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