Welcome to the Royal Park International Hotel

We will be temporarily closed until April 1, 2021. For inquiries, please contact the hotel directly at 212-665-7434.

Welcome to the Royal Park Internatonal Hotel. At the Royal Park, you’ll get a taste of what it’s like to be a real New Yorker.  Stroll out our front doors and head down Broadway to the many of shops, markets, bars and restaurants all within walking distance.  If you prefer to skip the walk and head downtown, we are just one block from multiple train lines which can whisk you off to midtown or downtown in as little as 15 minutes.  Our highly competitive rates mean you can spend your money enjoying all that New York has to offer!  See for yourself how our dedicated staff, quaint rooms, central location, helpful amenities and unbeatable room rates make the Royal Park International Hotel an amazing value.  We make it affordable for people from around the world or around the area to stay in New York City.  Come and experience for yourself; New York like you've never experienced before!

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New York Historical Society


The New-York Historical Society, one of America’s pre-eminent cultural institutions, is dedicated to fostering research, presenting history and art exhibitions, and public programs that reveal the dynamism of history and its influence on the world of today. Founded in 1804, New-York Historical is the oldest museum in New York City. New-York Historical has a mission to explore the richly layered political, cultural and social history of New York City and State and the nation, and to serve as a national forum for the discussion of issues surrounding the making and meaning of history.

Children's Museum of New York


Founded in 1973 as a grassroots, neighborhood organization to help bring the arts to New York City public schools, the Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM) is committed to serving a diverse audience. As a citywide resource and a destination for visitors from around the world, each year more than 350,000 people visit our 38,000 square-foot learning facility on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. Thousands more benefit from our outreach programs at schools, libraries, homeless shelters, Head Start centers, and hospitals. With five fabulous floors of fun on West 83rd Street, the CMOM is a destination for delight, discovery, and learning! CMOM creates experiences at the intersection of the arts, sciences, and humanities to ensure children thrive at home, at school, and in the community. Their hands-on learning environments, programs, and curricula are all produced through an alchemy of fun, research, and museum science.

Symphony Space


As a pre-eminent multi-disciplinary performing arts center, Symphony Space's mission is to offer artistic leadership that promotes innovation, excellence, engagement, and accessibility to artists and audiences alike. Symphony Space is dedicated to serving a broad and diverse community, as demonstrated by the stylistic range of our programming, our reasonable prices, and by our leadership role in arts and literacy education for children and adults.

AMC 84th Street 6 Theater


AMC local movie theater with 6 screens. Each theater features reserved seating and luxurious power reclining seats. The theater accepts mobile ticketing and presents movies in RealD 3D with a large selection of concessions food and beverages.

Smoke Jazz & Supper Club


Smoke Jazz & Supper Club presents world-class jazz seven nights a week. Candlelit tables, plush velvet banquets, antique chandeliers, and an historic full-length bar create a real jazz vibe. Smoke also serves the perfect complement to classic jazz— soulful American cuisine.

Cleopatra's Needle


Cleopatra's Needle, named after the famed monument in New York's Central Park, is a world-renowned New York hotspot known for serving up food, drinks and live jazz to the New York jazz community. Their original cuisine has been featured on TV Food Network's "$40 a day".

The West End Lounge


The West End cultivates the seeds of new talent and a cool young crowd reaps the benefits. Outstanding stand-up comics and musicians playing original pop and folk keep the mostly Columbia crowd entertained virtually every night of the week.

Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument


This temple-like monument located on a promontory along Riverside Drive at West 89th Street commemorates Union Army soldiers and sailors who served in the Civil War. An elegant example of the City Beautiful movement, it was designed by the Stoughton brothers, engineer Charles W. and architect Arthur A. Stoughton, who won a public competition with a design inspired by Greek antiquity. It was designated a municipal landmark in 1976.

Firemen's Memorial


The Firemen’s Memorial (1913) in Riverside Park is one of the most impressive monuments in New York City.  The monument was designed by H. Van Buren Magonigle, and its sculptures are attributed to Attilio Piccirilli.

The Halal Guys


The Halal Guys legend began in 1990, when the three founding partners opened up a hot dog cart on West 53rd & 6th Avenue in New York City. As business grew, they recognized a huge demand from Muslim cab drivers looking for a halal food meal. That is when the famous platter of chicken and gyro over rice was born.

Xi’an Famous Foods


Xi’an Famous Foods began as a 200 square foot basement stall in the Golden Shopping Mall in Flushing, N.Y. The original location, established in late 2005, was the first restaurant to bring the little-known cuisine of Xi’an to the United States, with signature hand-ripped noodles, secret spice mixes, and Xi’an “burgers” with house made flatbread. Since then, they’ve expanded to nine locations in Manhattan, one in Brooklyn and two in Queens in total. A family-owned business, hopes to reintroduce the world to the unique cuisine of their hometown: liangpi “cold skin” noodles, lamb pao mo soup, and wide hand-pulled “biang biang” noodles, all in its most authentic form.

Shake Shack


Shake Shack sprouted from a hot dog cart in Madison Square Park in Manhattan to support the Madison Square Park Conservancy’s first art installation. The cart was quite the success, with Shack fans lined up daily for three summers. In 2004, a permanent kiosk opened in the park: Shake Shack was born. This modern day “roadside” burger stand serves up the most delicious burgers, hot dogs, frozen custard, shakes, beer, wine and more. An instant neighborhood fixture, Shake Shack welcomed people from all over the city, country and world who gathered together to enjoy fresh, simple, high-quality versions of the classics in a majestic setting.

Central Park

central park

The very first, and most famous, public park in the United States, Central Park is the most filmed public park in the world. The park offers dozens of activities and attractions including ice skating, boating, sunbathing, rollerblading, hiking, and biking.  Visit Sheep’s Meadow, Strawberry Fields, or the Central Park Zoo. 

Columbia University

columbia university

One of only eight Ivy League Schools in the country, Columbia University attracts the best and the brightest for undergraduate and graduate studies including four U.S Presidents. 

The American Museum of Natural History

museum of natural history

One of the leading museums of the world – this iconic institution is a champion in scientific and cultural education and exhibits. Make sure to visit the Museum’s Planetarium for a mind-blowing experience of life in our galaxy.

Riverside Park

riverside park

Riverside Park is the dazzling Riverfront that stretches along the Hudson River. Offering scenic spots and dozens of activities including tennis courts, basketball courts, a baseball field, skate parks, eateries, and kayak and canoeing sites, this park is a must see for all tourists. 

Royal Park Hotel and Hostel

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258 west 97th Street, New York, NY 10025

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