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The New Yorker Hotel is one of the most popular hotels in New York City. It has always been a historic structure, being once the largest hotel in the city, with more than 2,500 rooms, numerous ballrooms, 10 private dining salons, 5 restaurants, and a barbershop with 42 chairs and 20 manicurists.

Opened in 1930, the New Yorker Hotel has always had a special place in the Big Apple. Like its contemporaries like the Empire State Building and the Chrysler Building, it is designed in the Art Deco style of architecture.

The New Yorker is also noted for being the home of Nikola Tesla for the last ten years of his life. After being purchased by the Unification Church in 1975, it has gone through a lot of changes. In 1997, it was renamed as the Ramada New Yorker.
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