Question: What New York hotel once had its own private radio station?
The New Yorker
The Ritz Carlton
The Ace Hotel
The New Yorker hotel on Manhattan’s West 34th Street was once New York City’s largest hotel. An Art Deco edifice with 43 stories and 2,500 rooms, it boasted its own power plant, bank vault, switchboard, 50-seat barber shop, and a dining room with a retractable ice floor for dance shows. The hotel even had its very own radio station, which not only provided music for the radio set in each guest room, but also broadcast shows from the hotel’s Terrace Room.
The Answer: The correct answer is The New Yorker.