Boutique Hotels in New York City
The Triumph Hotel Group has stood as a luminary in the hospitality industry for decades. Passed through three generations of hoteliers to current owner Shimmie Horn, Triumph Hotels has a proud history and a bright future.
A 21st-century company designed to satisfy the needs of every guest, Triumph Hotels prides itself on providing unparalleled personal service and a friendly atmosphere at each of its seven hotels. Shimmie Horn learned the art of hospitality from his family, who taught him to treat hotel personnel with the same respect and warmth they should show each and every guest. It’s that attitude that makes each of the five Triumph properties an inviting place to stay.
Each of Triumph’s seven hotels seamlessly blends the rich history of New York City with forward-thinking dynamism that makes each stay exciting. Cutting-edge amenities and trendsetting dining venues take residence in these architectural gems, providing experiences that are at once relaxing, inspiring and enthralling.
Learn more about the properties Triumph Hotel Group operates in Manhattan:
- Hotel Belleclaire (250 West 77th Street, 212- 362-7700)
- Hotel Chandler (12 East 31st Street, 212-889-6363)
- Cosmopolitan Tribeca Hotel (95 West Broadway, 212-566-1900)
- The Evelyn (7 East 27th Street, 212-545-8000)
- Iroquois New York (49 West 44th Street, 212-840-3080)
- Washington Jefferson Hotel (318 West 51st Street, 212-246-7550)
- Hotel Edison (228 W 47th Street, 212-840-5000)
About the Proprietor
Current Triumph Hotels owner and proprietor Shimmie Horn has a longstanding history in the hospitality and real estate industries. As a third-generation luxury hotelier in the Horn family, Shimmie was imbued from an early age with the principles for providing the quintessential guest experience: comfort, elegance, and personalized service. Since 2014, Shimmie Horn has renovated the Triumph Hotels brand with his vision for excellence, affording guests a uniquely personalized luxury hotel experience at reasonable rates. Shimmie currently owns a diverse real estate portfolio, in addition to a seat on the Board of Directors at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and serving as President and CEO of Triumph Hotels.