Welcome to Westgate New York City - Formerly Hilton Manhattan East

Towering with stately expression at the corner of 42nd street and 2nd Avenue, Hilton Manhattan East became the capstone of architecture and travel all rolled into one, at the well-appointed quarters known as Hilton Manhattan East (or Hilton Grand Central Hotel) which served as the mainstay for both business travelers and tourists alike staying in the Midtown Manhattan East corridor.

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Your Choice For Historic Hotels Near Midtown East Manhattan

In its former life, Hilton Manhattan East (then known as The Tudor Hotel) was formally listed on the United Nations’ National Register of Historic Places and served to accommodate diplomats, world leaders and politicians alike due to its close proximity to the United Nations and Grand Central Station. During its prestigious lifecycle with the Hilton brand, the hotel was also referred to as:

  • East Manhattan Hilton

  • Hilton East Manhattan Hotel

  • Hilton New York Grand Central Hotel

  • Hilton Grand Central Hotel

Now, Westgate Resorts is proud to carry on the tradition of this historic hotel as its revitalization continues bearing the name Westgate New York City.

What’s In A Name?

In April 2010 Hilton renamed the moniker of the Tudor Hotel New York to Hilton Manhattan East making it Hilton’s fourth branded hotel in Manhattan along with Hilton New York and Hilton Times Square. And though the name may have changed, Westgate’s classic approach to care and hospitality remains the same as we’re proud to serve travelers from all around the world.

A High Point in History

The twenty story apartment area known at the time as ‘Tudor City’ which eventually evolve into the Hilton Manhattan East (and Westgate New York City, in turn) was hailed as the very first residential skyscraper complex when it opened in 1931, etching its place in and above the cityscape of the world’s most famous metro area.

Famous Quotes

Both visitors and investors alike had a lot to love about the history and location of Westgate New York City. Robert Leven (son of Microtel founder Mike Leven) is quoted to have said that ...[this hotel]... at the United Nations is a quality asset with an irreplaceable location. Over the years, thousands of visitors to this neo-gothic, Midtown East hotel agree.