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An Exceptional NoMad Hotel

Welcome to The Evelyn

Gracious hospitality, a rich sense of history and exceptional service await you at The Evelyn, a historic boutique hotel in the NoMad neighborhood of Manhattan. Madison Square Park, the Empire State Building, and Midtown are just minutes away, it is perfectly situated for business and leisure travelers alike. Our modern amenities and relaxed atmosphere, with accents that reference the rich heritage of the neighborhood and our landmarked building, will make you feel right at home in the heart of New York City.

The Evelyn is offering newly residential inspired rooms with references to an Art Nouveau Style.Our NoMad hotel is inspired by the musical and art heritage of the neighborhood, which was the epicenter of the popular music movement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The music theme is reflected throughout the rooms, corridors and bathrooms. The NoMad District (now also known as "NoMad" - North of Madison Square Park) is one of Manhattan's most popular neighborhoods, characterized by its beautiful historic architecture, exceptional bars, restaurants and many other attractions all tucked away on quiet side streets. Centered around Madison Square Park, the NoMad District is within walking distance of Midtown, Union Square, Greenwich Village, and NYU.

We invite you to learn more about the neighborhood, explore our accommodations, and contact us if there is anything we can do assist you in planning your stay. We look forward to welcoming you to The Evelyn on your next trip to New York City.

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Eleven Madison Park 212.889.0905 0.25
Eleven Madison Park

Upscale American tasting menus from chef Daniel Humm served in a high-ceilinged art deco space. The perfect place for special occasions.

Gramercy Tavern 212.477.0777 0.47
Gramercy Tavern

Danny Meyer's Flatiron District tavern with Executive Chef Mike Anthony. Seasonal menu, full bar and prix fixe menu in the dining room. Fresh flowers, a cozy environment and delicious cuisine make for an unforgettable dining experience.

Shake Shack 212.889.6600 0.26
Shake Shack

Shake Shack is a fast casual restaurant chain founded by Danny Meyer. It started out as a food cart inside Madison Square Park in 2000, and its popularity steadily grew. It's arguably the best burger in NYC.

Hill Country BBQ 212.255.4544 0.2
Hill Country BBQ

Hill Country honors the barbecue and live music capital of Texas and takes its "cue" from the legendary meat-markets-turned-barbecue-joints of Central Texas with their distinctive, dry-rub style.

ABC Kitchen 212.475.5829 0.51
ABC Kitchen

Located in neighboring Union Square, ABC Kitchen and Michelin star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten are committed to offering the freshest, safest ingredients, presenting a seasonal menu, that is locally focused and globally artistic, and cultivating a healthy relationship on our tables and for the planet. A great option for exquisite New American cuisine.

Barn Joo 646.398.9663 0.41
Barn Joo

Korean-inspired gastropub and lounge. Barn Joo literally means "music with your meal" in Korean, which is fitting because they have the occasional live music with plans for more in the near future. The ambiance is quite special with a motif of heavy hanging ropes that is used throughout the sleek wood-paneled restaurant to symbolize “tying or connecting people together,” says owner Charles Chong.

Ootoya 212.255.0018 0.52

Freshness is top priority at this authentic Japanese eatery. Expats flock here to get a taste of home where Ootoya is actually a large chain restaurant. Experience Tokyo right here in NYC.

Eataly 212.229.2560 0.22

Eataly is the largest Italian marketplace in the world, comprising a variety of restaurants, food and beverage counters, bakery, retail items, and a cooking school.

Upland 212-686-1006 0.23

Spacious, casually chic brasserie with hearty dishes featuring Californian & Italian influences.

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The Churchill Tavern 646.476.8419 0.19
The Churchill Tavern

A fine English Tavern, serving the best of British and local craft beer. The menu combines traditional English fare with sophisticated culinary skills. Take an historical trip to the loo where you can hear segments of speeches given by Winston Churchill. Tuesday night is Trivia night starting at 7pm and don't miss their traditional English roast on Sundays at noon. Also, stop in for their "Finest Hour(s)" every Monday - Friday from 12-7 pm.

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The Raines Law Room

The Raines Law Room is rated by Zagat as one of NYC's best cocktail bars and is recognized as an upscale speakeasy. A semi-secret entrance (ring bell) leads to this plush lounge crafting Prohibition-era cocktails. They only accept reservations for Sundays, Mondays & Tuesdays, but walk-ins are encouraged.

Flatiron Lounge 212.727.7741 0.54
Flatiron Lounge

Located in a landmark building constructed in 1910, the Flatiron Lounge evokes the decadence and romance of a by-gone era. The sounds of jazz draw you in through a dramatic archway leading to the meticulously restored 30-foot mahogany bar. Constructed in 1927, the bar itself was once stationed at The Ballroom, a New York institution frequented by the likes of Frank Sinatra and other celebrities of the time. Reflecting an era of elegance, a row of Deco-inspired blue and white stained glass lights hang suspended over the bar. Thousands of vintage cobalt-blue mirrored glass tiles cover an entire wall, overlooking deep red circular booths.

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Dear Irving

Step back in time to an era reminiscent of Jay Gatsby or Don Draper. Dear Irving is a classy, intimate and sexy establishment with crafty and creative drinks. Cocktail waitresses appear at the flip of an orange switch, which you can use when you're ready for another round.

Tamu Lola 212-529-7870 0.47
Tamu Lola

New to the Flatiron neighborhood, Tamu Lola is a great happy hour spot with one-of-a-kind cocktails and swanky atmosphere.

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Eataly 212.229.2560 0.26

Eataly is the largest Italian marketplace in the world, comprising a variety of restaurants, food and beverage counters, bakery, retail items, and a cooking school.

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SPiN New York 212.982.8802 0.34
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The Museum of Sex 212.689.6337 0.01
The Museum of Sex

Learn about the history, the evolution and the impact of sex in popular culture by experiencing the museum's exhibitions.

The Morgan Library & Museum 212-685-0008 0.55
The Morgan Library & Museum

The Morgan Library & Museum celebrates creativity and the imagination, with the conviction that meaningful engagement with literature, music, history, and art enriches lives, opens minds, and deepens understanding.

Tibet House 212.807.0563 0.69
Tibet House

The Cultural Center of H.H. the Dalai Lama.

The Museum at FIT 0.39
The Museum at FIT

The most fashionable museum in New York City.

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Madison Square Park 0.08
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New York University 212.998.1212 1.17
New York University
The Evelyn
7 East 27th Street, NY, 10016, USA
Phone: 855-468-3501


We stayed at The Evelyn for three nights in December right before Christmas. Overall, the look and feel of this boutique hotel is quite quaint and charming. The location is fantastic...a 15 minute walk to Times Square and a 5 minute walk to Eataly.

- Folesha

Great rooms - I stayed twice. Wonderful bed. Sparkling clean. Super linens. Wonderful location -- near restaurants, coffee and transportation. Hotel itself is lovely. Speedy and free wifi, nicely positioned outlets near bed. Fast registration and departure. 

- Anisbel