Mad Men Manhattan

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Teshira Nobie

Now in its third season, the critically acclaimed television show Mad Men has inspired a surge of tourism in New York City. Here are the spots to live out your 1960s fantasies.

The Roosevelt Hotel

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On the Show: Don Draper lives at the Roosevelt while estranged from his wife. When his children spend the night, they order celebratory milkshakes and hamburgers in bed. (Season 2)

In Reality: A Madison Avenue landmark, the 1924 hotel caters to business travelers in Midtown. While it’s no longer the bastion of bachelor luxury, the new mad46 rooftop lounge does add cachet.

Best If You’re: A philandering executive—the hotel itself is even attempting a double life, with staid corporate meetings downstairs and rooftop cabanas upstairs.

Mad Men Manhattan

The Roosevelt Hotel

On the Show: Don Draper lives at the Roosevelt while estranged from his wife. When his children spend the night, they order celebratory milkshakes and hamburgers in bed. (Season 2)

In Reality: A Madison Avenue landmark, the 1924 hotel caters to business travelers in Midtown. While it’s no longer the bastion of bachelor luxury, the new mad46 rooftop lounge does add cachet.

Best If You’re: A philandering executive—the hotel itself is even attempting a double life, with staid corporate meetings downstairs and rooftop cabanas upstairs.

Teshira Nobie
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