Times have changed, as has the mindset of the modern traveler. Moxy Times Square sets a paradigm for a new boutique social hotel, proving that affordable rates don’t mean sacrificing style. Flexible co-working spaces and 612 bedrooms feature smart technology, free Wi-Fi, and clever design by Yabu Pushelberg. This is a vibrant, exciting place, fit for those looking for a modern take on luxury, Moxy brings a youthful soul to the middle of the iconic Times Square.
Moxy Times Square elevates the micro hotel experience with a buzzing atmosphere and weekly cultural and fitness programming. Five dining venues by TAO Group include Magic Hour, the largest all-season indoor/outdoor hotel rooftop lounge in New York City—featuring an “urban amusement park” concept, nightly live DJs, and epic skyline views. The star of the show has to be Legasea, a 185-seat seafood brasserie overseen by Executive Chef Jason Hall, and offering up a sumptuous selection of local, sustainable seafood dishes, it really is a must try. Moxy Times Square has an innovative design and a playful soul—at rates that make it accessible to all.
Located beneath check-in, the fitness level is open to guests 24/7 and features cutting-edge equipment, perfect grooves, and punching bags, all available until the early hours of the morning. For an al-fresco sweat-session, join Bow & Flow x Moxy for sunrise fitness classes on the rooftop and be sure to check the calendar as the fitness center offers a range of rotating sessions.
Hosted in this incredible venue is a New Stand outlet, a New York-based chain of boutique convenience stores reimagining what the modern day “newsstand” should be. Rather than just magazines and newspapers, the shop offers guests everything from a toothbrush to a mini-piñata.
Thirsty travelers head straight to Bar Moxy in the second floor lobby lounge to enjoy a welcome cocktail, on the house. Serving as the social heart of the hotel, Bar Moxy has a magnificent copper wrapped bar at its center and is flooded with natural light during the day, thanks to the dramatic, triple-height atrium skylight.
With artistic collaborations and an-revolving cast of musical creatives, the Moxy never sits still. If you’re looking for somewhere vibrant and exciting, just minutes from some of New York’s most famous sights, you could much worse than stay at this hip young hotel.