A plaque remaining from the Big Apple Night Club at West 135th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem.

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Entry from December 03, 2012
Concorde Hotel (Radisson Martinique on Broadway)

The Radisson Martinique on Broadway has been called the “Concorde Hotel” (after the Concorde airliner that made transatlantic flight between New York City and London/Paris) because many flight crews stay at the hotel. The nickname “Concorde Hotel” has been cited in print since at least 2010.


Radisson Martinique on Broadway
49 West 32nd Street New York, NY 10001
(212) 736-3800
Stay at the Sophisticated Radisson Martinique on Broadway
A landmark hotel that was recently added to the prestigious National Historic Hotel Registry, the Radisson Martinique on Broadway provides guests an unforgettable stay in our magnificently restored Beaux Arts Landmark occupying an 1898 building, which was designed in the French Renaissance Style. Built by the distinguished architect Henry J. Hardenbergh, the Radisson Martinique on Broadway takes its place on stage with the hundreds of impressive designs he has created, including the original Waldorf Astoria and the famous Plaza Hotel.

eHow
Cabin Crew Hotels
By Melissa McCormick, eHow Contributor
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Radisson Martinique on Broadway
New York City is a highly traveled hub for cabin crew members. According to Jaunted.com, The Radisson Martinique on Broadway is dubbed “Concorde Hotel” for a reason. It is a New York City hot spot for flight attendants.

Jaunted
The Flight Attendant Hotel Hotspots of NYC
September 2, 2010 at 9:46 AM | by JetSetCD
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Check out the full (and hilarious) list of replies here, but it looks like NYC’s appropriately-named Concorde Hotel for the Radisson Martinique on Broadway, which we’ve always thought was one of the busiest little hotel entrances in town. Now we know why.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityHotels • Monday, December 03, 2012 • Permalink