Tesla Has Lived In This Hotel For 10 Years
Nikola Tesla, a genius scientist, turned out to have lived at The New Yorker Hotel, in New York for 10 years
28 Jul 2019

Nikola Tesla, the genius scientist who invented alternating current (AC), generators, motors, power transmission methods, radio waves, and neon lights, apparently lived at The New Yorker Hotel, in New York for 10 years.

In the 10 years of his life, 1933 until his death on January 7, 1943, Tesla lived in rooms 3327 and 3328. The reason Tesla chose to stay at The New Yorker Hotel was because at that time the hotel was the most technologically advanced building in the world which had a giant power plant of 70 feet underground.

Room 3327 is immortalized under the name The Nikola Tesla Room.
Room 3327 is immortalized under the name The Nikola Tesla Room.

Today many guests from all over the world staying at The New Yorker Hotel are booking rooms 3327 and 3328. They look forward to experiencing the atmosphere of the room Tesla stayed in during their stay.

Interested? If you're visiting New York, don't forget to stay at The New Yorker Hotel and book room 3327 or 3328.

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