The Library at Hudson Hotel

Row 1

Details
356 W 58th St (at 9th Ave)
New York, NY 10019
(212) 554-6000
Hotel Bar
$ $ $
Hours
Mon–Sun: Noon–1:00 AM

Foursquare Tips

  • Get out of the cold and warm up fireside at our Library Bar with a specialty cocktail
  • even better when the weather's warm, because then you can hang out in the garden outside
  • Take the neon green escalator up and you'll be transported into a world of class and sophistication. This bar is not only gorgeous, but has amazing cocktails - order the Library.
  • Beautiful wake up in NY. I love this place, very cozy!!!
  • Nothing as civilised as sitting in the library, the cows looking down over you enjoying a Gin and Tonic.
  • What's the deal with the cows?
  • This hotel is what dreams of NYC design are made of.
  • Great bar with fireplace. Also cool about this place are the couches, foosball and chic atmosphere. Great date place*
  • The blackberry old fashioned goes down like fruit juice.
  • take the green escalator up to find the bar and dance floor. drinks are expensive but good music.
  • Avoid the Old Fashioned unless maraschino is your thing.
  • One of my favorite spots in NYC for an adult beverage. Get the French Fleur if you like you like sweet cocktails.
  • Cozy casual and comfortable to relax play pool or sit by the fire and enjoy a drink.
  • It's really loud and crowded during weekends nights. But decent drinks and good vibes
  • Styled on an old English drawing room, theHudson Hotel Library Barhas an extensive collection of books, on topics fromfilm, theater, fashion and art, to travel and politics.
  • Very cute hotel bar, great spot for a date or just some heart to heart with a friend! Awesome cocktails and you can also play checkers or backgammon while you enjoy your drink!
  • There's a gas fireplace and cosy couches if you can snag one. Surprisingly, not a huge amount of atmosphere though.
  • Overpriced drinks
  • Otimo lugar Pra tomar um drink e ver gente Bonita!
  • Great place for a fancy beer before dinner around Columbus Circle