Wyndham New Yorker Hotel unveils new digital signage as part of renovations

The Wyndham New Yorker Hotel has unveiled new exterior signage, further representing its re-brand to a Wyndham property. The iconic Manhattan hotel installed the new state of the art digital sign as it culminates the first phase of a five-year, multimillion dollar renovation which began earlier this year to modernize the 1,083-room property.

Coming off the heels of a $30 million dollar renovation during phase one, the hotel will transition into its second phase of the restoration process slated to begin January, during which the hotel will continue to operate online. During the initial phase, the hotel underwent a major transformation that welcomed a revitalized lobby, refresh of the exterior, addition of 114 guestrooms (additional rooms slated for 2016) and renovations to the Grand Ballroom and meeting rooms.

 

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