New York, New York Reciprocal Club – New York Athletic Club

180 Central Park S
New York, New York   10019-1562

Tel: (212) 767-7135
Fax: (212) 767-7137
Overnight Accommodations: Yes

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5 Responses to New York, New York Reciprocal Club – New York Athletic Club

  1. Carol Taylor says:

    This club is housed in an elegant period building facing New York’s Central Park. There is a large classic, formal dining room, large informal bar and cocktail lounge; a small elegant bar and lounge on the first floor, all with lovely views of Central Park. The menu is American, appropriate to the area served -prime rib is the specialty. There is sports tv in the informal bar and quiet dinner music in the formal room.

  2. Richard Boehme says:

    The NYAC was a wonderful experience. The staff was most helpful. On most Saturday nights in the Main Dining Room, there is a live band for dancing. My wife and I had a wonderful dinner and danced for hours. We plan on returning for Valentine’s weekend.

  3. Steve Richmond says:

    Stayed at the NYAC for four days in the middle of September. We had several rooms as my children and grandchildren had come from Singapore and Washington DC. The staff was superb in all respects and made the stay very comfortable. Ms. Taylor’s comments above describe the house well. On Central Park South, the NYAC is situated to provide easy access to all of downtown Manhattan. One thing, the dress code is published and adhered to, be prepared. All told the NYAC is a great place to stay in New York, and the accommodations and staff are absolutely first class.

  4. Linda McCue says:

    Having stayed at many reciprocal clubs NYAC has to be my favorite. Located on Central Park this beautiful facility employs only the most gracious staff. We were always treated as family. Exercise facilities including pool featured in Mad Men are complete and well maintained. Dining room is elegant and frugal for NY. From tap room bar you can see the comings and goings of the park. The hotel is within walking distance of the theater district and adjacent to Carnegie Hall.There is a strict dress code which I feel adds to the decor. I have stayed there three times and cannot wait to return

  5. Charles Abbe says:

    A wonderful and inspiring institution – especially for those with any sort of connection to the world of athletic competition. More USA Olympic Champions are probably members of the NYAC than any other organization. Must be comfortable with their dress code; compared to California, they take it seriously. (Perhaps that’s why my wife and I stay here so often).

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