Stay & Sightsee

A Modern Marvel in Manhattan

Located in the creative center of New York City, Hell's Kitchen, Ink 48 Hotel comes to life in the city's preeminent theatrical printing press from the 1930s. Transformed with modern interiors, the historic hotel's 222 guestrooms and suites have views of the Manhattan skyline and the Hudson River, home of our pigment-producing mascot. Naturally, Ink 48 Hotel also has the neighborhood's best restaurant, PRINT., as well as a rooftop hotspot, The Press Lounge. Steps from The Glasshouse event space, Ink 48 is also situated near the shopping and culture mecca Hudson Yards and the Javits Center. Ink 48 Hotel is a proud winner of the Condé Nast Traveler 2020 and 2021 Readers' Choice Awards.

Rooms & Suites

King Premier Room

Got huge dreams? This loft-like space — with city or river views and a vanity area — is spacious enough to hold them all.

Hudson Suite

Think big: Look out on the river from a retreat with a sitting room, floor-to-ceiling windows, a spa shower and a soaking tub.

Terrace Suite

Need a moment to yourself in a city of 8 million? A private balcony offers just enough seclusion — and a direct sightline to the river.

Spectacular City Views

The Best Rooftop Bar in NYC

See the city from our 16th floor! The Press Lounge — "one of the city's most attractive rooftop bars," according to The New York Times — is open every day. Come for the panoramic views, stay for the seasonal cocktails (try the Pressed for Thyme, made with gin, honey thyme syrup and lemon) and small plates (from soft pretzels to charcuterie).

After you book a stay, click here to make your Press Lounge reservation! The Press Lounge has both Preferred Reserved Seating and General Open Seating. General Open Seating is limited and available on a first-come-first-serve basis. All Preferred Reserved Seating reservations require a table deposit that’s applied to a minimum food and beverage spend of $50 per guest (excluding tax and gratuity).

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