Roosevelt Hotel

45 East 45th St.
New York, NY 10017

Overview Renowned as the Grande Dame of Madison Avenue, the Roosevelt Hotel seamlessly blends classic architectural style with contemporary capabilities. More than 30,000 square feet of splendid banquet and event space gracefully accommodates as many as 850 guests. The grand ballroom, one of New York’s most beloved traditional ballrooms, offers an unforgettable ambience.

In addition to 1,025 luxurious guest rooms and suites, the hotel offers a sophisticated rooftop lounge experience at Mad46. Other options include The Roosevelt Grill for a full American breakfast buffet, Madison Club Lounge for a cocktail while experiencing an electric lobby feel, Madison Station for a quick grab and go coffee, croissant or sandwich and Vanderbar- a street side open air cafe and bistro.     

The extravagance of the grand ballroom will surely impress even the toughest critic, while the intimacy of our smaller conference rooms, which feature flexible breakout capabilities, will emphasize the personal touch desired for certain meetings.

Memorable Moment
Guy Lombardo performed “Auld Lang Syne” for the first time in the hotel’s Roosevelt Grill. The Roosevelt Hotel has been seen in several major motion pictures, including Boiler Room, Wall Street, Quiz Show, Malcolm X, and Maid in Manhattan.

Recognized for Excellence by:
2009 Meetings Media "Best of the East"
2009 Successful Meetings Pinnacle Award
2009 Meetings & Conventions Gold Key Award
2010 Elite Weddings
2011 Smart Meetings Platinum Choice Award
2015 Smart Meetings Platinum Choice Award

Venue Capacity

SpaceMax. Reception CapacityMax. Seated CapacitySq. FeetFloor Plan
Vanderbilt Suite2001752,800 sq. ft.
Grand Ballroom8505605,696 sq. ft.
Palm Room1851253,038 sq. ft.
Terrace Ballroom5504504,128 sq. ft.
Ballroom Foyer2001501,952 sq. ft.
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The grandeur of the Grand Ballroom is designed to impress every meeting or event attendee.
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The grandeur of the Grand Ballroom will surely impress every meeting attendee.
Roosevelt Hotel