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The luxurious edge in New York

Discover downtown chic in the most unlikely of places – the luxurious edge of Midtown Manhattan. SIX Columbus – a SIXTY Hotel infuses its 1960s modernist décor with 21st-century sensibilities and stylish accommodations. Located just steps from Columbus Circle, Central Park, and the city’s sparkling skyscrapers, 6 Columbus is truly singular among Midtown NYC hotels.


Discover Downtown Chic in Midtown Manhattan, at 6 Columbus - a SIXTY Hotel, located on the cusp of Central Park, Broadway’s Theater District, Museum Row and Uptown’s many Michelin-starred restaurants. Location, location, location, it’s Gotham personified. Take it all in from your suite balcony or take in-bedroom cues from the sensuous photography of Guy Bourdin. Featuring a sleek 1960s-era design with modernist décor, our NYC luxury hotel--in its aesthetic and creature comforts--is both of another time and future-forward: those elements that define Manhattan itself. Before or after the Broadway Musicals and museum exhibitions, guests can sate their appetite for culinary artistry over premium sake, sashimi and Asian fried chicken at the intimate Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill.

Our luxury hotel near Central Park is just a short walk away from New York City's most beloved green space. Pack a picnic, soak up the sun at Sheep's Meadow, or catch one of the many free concerts and events that happen throughout the year in this storied outdoor space. Whatever the season, there's a wide variety of things to do in Central Park, and our staff are always pleased to help you make the most of our convenient midtown location. For more updates on the best of the neighborhood, visit The SIXTY Hotels Blog.


Wi-Fi access
In-room dining
Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill
Above 6 rooftop lounge
Concierge services
88 chic rooms and suites
Pet-friendly accommodations
Valet parking
Daily domestic newspaper delivery
Design by Steven Scarloff
Artwork by Guy Bourdin