New York Lincoln center

New York Lincoln center

Contact information

44 West 63rd Street, New York, NY 10023
+1 212-265-7400

Opening Hours

  • Monday: Open 24 hours
  • Tuesday: Open 24 hours
  • Wednesday: Open 24 hours
  • Thursday: Open 24 hours
  • Friday: Open 24 hours
  • Saturday: Open 24 hours
  • Sunday: Open 24 hours

Range of products

Ice creams and sorbets, sundaes and milkshakes, gelato macarons, crepes and waffles, hot drinks, gelato cakes, italian pastries

They share their tasty experience at Amorino

Jorgie Broussard


The location is great, the staff is all very nice, and the rooftop bar/restaurant is very fun (but not operated by the hotel). The room was too hot, we had to keep the AC as low as it would go (55°) to sleep. We were on the 11th floor, thought we'd have a great view...but it was a strange inside corner and all we saw were into other rooms. So, blinds stayed shut. And then no coffee in room was a bummer as we had to go to a cafe outside, next door to get coffee and start our days. I don't know if I'd stay again... But we had a good rate, and again, great location... So I'd possibly just ask for an actual view and that might help a lot. 🙂

jonathan allouche


we spent a magical moment with our three children in the Empire hotel, a welcome with the greatest sympathy. In addition. For the occasion, the hotel upgraded us to a superior room, which made our stay magical. Thank you to your establishment for these unforgettable memories that we were able to offer our children, the rooms are spacious, the hotel is quiet and very well maintained. So yes there are small jobs to be done but seriously it did not damage the quality of our stay. Thank you again for all these moments. I hope to come back to your place very soon.

E Williams


We just spent the weekend with 30 friends at the hotel celebrating my 50th birthday. Managers Alice and Steve were absolutely wonderful in making our stay perfect. The rooms were clean and comfortable. The staff was amazing. We will definitely be back.

Iris M Molina


Perfect for our one night stay in NYC. Great location for the main attractions at a really decent price. Mattress and pillows were really good, we slept great. They offered a crib for our baby, we sleep with him so we got the single bed but I always appreciate that they have that option. The shower was nice and tall, my husband is 6'3 so it really does make a difference. The only thing that would of made it better would have been the towels, they were small and very rough, there was no coffee maker in the room, and when we turned on the heater it made creaking sounds but it went away after a minute. They were minor things, we still enjoyed our stay. Staff was very friendly and helpful when we arrived and gave us priority since we had a reservation. Valet was an extra charge (around $70) but you have to pay for parking anyway (around $50) and I don't think it's close so we decided to upgrade and it was great not to have to worry about our car, we planned on walking to were we needed to go and it worked out great for us. It's a well maintained hotel, lobby is clean and spacious and was beautifully decorated, really gives you the New York vibe. There are 4 elevators so we never had long waits to get to our room. Didn't get to check out the rooftop restaurant because it was closed. Found the stairs to the pool but we have a baby and a stroller and couldn't find the elevator to take us all the way up but didn't try that hard so there might have been a button we didn't see. My only note with the rest of the hotel is that brightening it up might be more inviting, the rooms and hallways are a very dark theme that don't do the beautiful place justice in my opinion. We would definitely stay here again, however we will upgrade for the bigger room maybe with a view because it's a great location. Has lots of restaurant options just a few feet away and target is less than half a mile for any essentials. We stopped at a coffee shop right around the corner on our way to the park, you arrive close to a playground and if you keep going a little bit you find the ice rink. Times square and Rockefeller were a longer walk but worth it, lots of places to stop on the way so didn't mind the walk at all.

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