Nikola Tesla’s Room - 3327 at The New Yorker Hotel

Recently, I was fortunate enough to stay at The New Yorker Hotel (Manhattan, NY) (http://www.newyorkerhotel.com) in room 3327. Room 3327 at The New Yorker Hotel was where Nikola Tesla (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nikola_Tesla) lived from 1933 through 1943 and where he passed away on January 7, 1943. Room 3327 was his bedroom and room 3328 was his study. The New Yorker Hotel has been beautifully restored and the staff is absolutely phenomenal. They were kind enough the give me the Nikola Tesla - The New Yorker Hotel Handout - September 2014 (Download Link Below). As an engineer, I have always greatly admired Nikola Tesla along with his great innovations. 

One evening, I had a bit of free time to walk over to Bryant Park (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bryant_Park) where Mr. Tesla spent time everyday feeding pigeons. Bryant Park is a beautiful park with great energy. I can see why Mr. Tesla found it to be so peaceful.

Nikola Tesla - The New Yorker Hotel Handout - September 2014 PDF (Click to Download) - 18.1 MB

 Nikola Tesla’s Room 3327 at The New Yorker Hotel - September 2014

Nikola Tesla’s Room 3327 at The New Yorker Hotel - September 2014

  Nikola Tesla’s Room 3327 and 3328 at  The New Yorker Hotel  - 1941

Nikola Tesla’s Room 3327 and 3328 at The New Yorker Hotel - 1941

  Nikola Tesla’s Room 3327 at  The New Yorker Hotel  - January 1943 (Left) and September 2014 (Right)

Nikola Tesla’s Room 3327 at The New Yorker Hotel - January 1943 (Left) and September 2014 (Right)

  Nikola Tesla’s Room 3327 at  The New Yorker Hotel  - January 1943 (Left) and September 2014 (Right)

Nikola Tesla’s Room 3327 at The New Yorker Hotel - January 1943 (Left) and September 2014 (Right)

 Nicola Tesla with King Peter II of Yugoslavia in Room 3327 - June 1942 (Top) and September 2014 (Bottom)

Nicola Tesla with King Peter II of Yugoslavia in Room 3327 - June 1942 (Top) and September 2014 (Bottom)

 Bryant Park - September 2014

Bryant Park - September 2014