Pros: Very spacious. Great location for a concert at MSG.
Cons: A tad pricey.
Rising more than 60 stories above Midtown Manhattan, Langham Place, New York, Fifth Avenue is 2 blocks from the Empire State Building, 3 blocks from Bryant Park, and 6 blocks from the Broadway Theater District.
Located within the center of Lower Manhattan’s thriving New Downtown, and nestled between both the East and Hudson Rivers, The Beekman is surrounded by some of Manhattan’s most cherished attractions, including the Brooklyn Bridge and the World Trade Center.
Pros: My experience made every other hotel I have stayed at seem 5-Star! I paid over $----- for the night and checked out to sleep at a hotel staffed by sane people.
Cons: The security guard Patrick banging on my hotel door demanding entry and falsely accusing me of smoking marihuana. I am a 55 year old man and my guest was a medical doctor. No phone call, No 'Sorry to bother you sir...' Just an unhinged rent-a-cop. Wow!
Pros: Beautiful hotel with a wonderful staff. Location couldn't be better. If you enjoy luxury this is the place.
Contemporary luxury meets classic sophistication at this iconic hotel, just steps from an exceptional Fifth Avenue shopping experience. Debuting a fresh, refined approach to modern elegance, The St. Regis New York exists beyond expectation. Dine and entertain at the King Cole Bar, pause for a moment in the Cognac Room, work out in the athletic club, or host a gathering in one of our 16 perfectly appointed function rooms. St. Regis Butler Service ensures that preferences are known. All 171 guest rooms and 67 suites have been completely remodeled. Original design elements—such as crystal chandeliers and elegant crown moldings—have been married with modern artwork, vibrant-hued fabrics, and glamorous beveled mirrors.
Pros: Private rooftop bar and cozy lobby hangout space.
European style breakfast lounge and 24 hr snack pantry.
Room was small (though big for New York!) yet thoughtfully laid out with clever use of space.
Fun/funky upscale low key vibe just perfect.
Midtown location excellent for exploring NYC and checking out theatre scene.
Daily complimentary bottled water. Friendly, helpful staff
Cons: If you pay for your breakfasts when you check in you save a couple bucks vs. paying on day of. I can understand that you'd want to have an estimate of how many diners they will be but, come on, this felt a little nickel and dime-y when everything else was so seamless.
Pros: definitely a different style hotel but we still loved the concept. staff was very friendly. we would definitely stay here again.
Cons: since there wasn't any superfluous people like bell boys or concierge desks, I wish I saw a lil more savings and value in the price to stay here.
Located in Midtown, this boutique hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Ed Sullivan Theater, Broadway, and Rockefeller Center. Times Square and Radio City Music Hall are also within 10 minutes.
Pros: Very dedicated hard working staff from the front door men to the cleaning people. Exceptional service, wonderful amenities, excellent location, close to everything.
Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in the mid-19th century as an open-air oasis for a bustling metropolis, New York’s Central Park is the most visited urban park in the United States, which makes the hotels that front it some of the most captivating in New York City. Among them, The Ritz-Carlton New York, Central Park stands as a stately presence, its Art Deco façade just a hint to the richness of detail that lies within. Auden Bistro & Bar, the Central Park hotel’s restaurant, upholds the New York reputation for exquisite dining experiences, while La Prairie day spa offers nourishment for the body and soul. Just outside our doors, the cultural and culinary and shopping heart of Manhattan is just steps away.
Pros: Everything was great about the Plaza! The hotel staff was so nice. They were always asking us how we were doing and if we needed anything. Our room was amazing! Very luxurious! The bed was like sleeping on a cloud. The mini bar was filled with all kinds of drinks and snacks. I think our favorite part was the bathroom. The walk in shower with the huge shower head was ginormous! The tub was rather large too! Everything was very very clean. It felt like it was brand new and we were the first people to stay in it! The hotel location was great also. Central Park and a subway station is right across the street so it was quite easy going to and from the Yankees games. We will definitely stay at the Plaza again!
Pros: Location is great. Staff were all curteous and prompt. Room size was good and everything was clean and new. Breakfast at Palm Court was good. Will stay again.
Cons: Service was terrible, our flight got delayed, we called to tel them know, when we got there they had charged us for the first night and they didnt have a room for us!!!! On top of the night manager on our last night was really rude... I will go to the St Regis next time...
For over 100 years, The Plaza has been the New York hotel to see and be seen. From its original 19th century construction to its magnificent $450 million dollar restoration in 2008, the world's most famous hotel has had a remarkable history. The Plaza Hotel offers 282 distinctive guestrooms, including 102 luxurious suites - which boast the largest square footage of any luxury hotel in New York City. For suite guests, The Plaza is pleased to offer Butler Service 24 hours a day. Dining, shops, spa on site.
Cons: Overcharged and met with a $100 "incidentals" fee upon arrival, jacking up the price to that of a much nicer hotel. Con artists and a complete rip off, will not be returning.
INNSIDE New York NoMad is just 4 mi (6.5 km) from the airport and offers a shuttle. Guests can visit the 24-hour fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Impero Caffe, which serves Italian cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this luxurious hotel offer up nice touches like free minibar items and premium bedding.
Pros: I asked if the hotel had any rooms with a bathtub. They made sure to give me the one room that had one.
The staff and door men were really nice and helpful.
Cons: The hotel lobby was under construction. While I didn't mind not being able to have a working restaurant or bar in my hotel, I did mind that the construction began at 7 am. The pounding and jack-hammering woke me up. They should at the very least wait until 9 am. It made me rush out the door rather than relax before starting my day. On my last day (after being woken up by the construction noise ) I threw on my clothes and just left. I requested to the staff I should be compensated.
My phone didn't work very well in the hotel. I found myself going up and down the elevator to go outside to use it. Why charge $15 a day for Wifi?
I also had trouble using the elevator cards. 5 and 6 times before the little green light came on so I could push my floor button.
Pros: Very nice hotel, plenty of room, nice bathroom with nice translucent shower -- you typically don't get this much space in New York. Staff was friendly and I enjoyed the 1960's metal robots behind the lobby checkin desk. It's located in a good neighborhood, if not a bit generic. There are also a lot of nearby restaurant options, and it's a short walk to other areas with even more options. Bed was very comfortable.
Cons: Lower floors can be loud with little insulation from traffic, including car stereos. I would request a high floor. Breakfast in the hotel was ruled not very good by both folks in our party, and it was rather expensive, so I'd probably eat elsewhere. However you don't pick a hotel for the restaurant and everything else was otherwise great.
Located 1.5 mi (2.5 km) from the airport, Smyth, A Thompson Hotel offers a great location, putting you within a 15-minute walk of One World Trade Center and The National September 11 Memorial. Guests can visit the 24-hour fitness center for a workout or grab a bite to eat at Little Park, which serves American cuisine and is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Rooms at this luxurious hotel get the details right with iPod docks, premium bedding, and bathrobes.
Cons: They charge extra 25$ per day for "facilities". We had a broken lamp, aircondition that could not be set to lower temperature and problems connecting to the internet.
The room was generally clean, but few things were not cleanned while we were there.
Cons: Hidden fees. Not disclosed until checkout
Pros: The staff was very nice. Several people went out of their way to be friendly and helpful.
Cons: Having to pay everyday for wifi is ridiculousz
Pros: Location was great. It was close to central park, Times Square, museums, Empire State Building and convenient access to the subway to go to other areas. Staff was friendly and pretty helpful when asked questions.
Pros: Great location and staff very pleasant
Cons: Computer labs were out dated and charged for Internet and print use by the minute.
Pros: 2 blocks to Central Park and centrally located to so many great spots. Staff was super friendly and accommodating. 2 restaurants and a great business bar located within the hotel.
Recommend room 2222 (king bed w/ view of Central Park and small outdoor area).
Traveled for business but looking forward to bringing my family back.
Cons: In room dining is super expensive but is was very good. Wifi is additional.
Pros: Very friendly staff
Pros: Great staff, quiet, convenient, elegant, beautiful. I'm a repeat customer and shall remain so. Any problems are dealt with quickly and efficiently. Ready smiles from all you meet. Best location for my NYC visits.
Pros: Room was comfortable and clean. Quite as well.
Cons: Doorman put me in a cab going uptown when I asked to go to pabt. He should have put me in can on 6th avenue. Took 20 minutes instead of 5 and cost me 10 extra dollars.
Pros: BiG and clean room
Cons: No coffee maker in the room and have to pay for wifi
Built by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst in 1926, this Midtown hotel is across from the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), 2 blocks from Broadway theaters, and 4 blocks from Rockefeller Center.
Pros: 6th floor lounge was spacious and had nice views. Beds are comfy.
Cons: Rooms are small, internet was slow. No restaurant on premises, but minimal offerings in the lounge area.
Experience the NEW Courtyard New York Manhattan / World Trade Center hotel offering a modern décor and just steps away from the National September 11 Memorial & Museum and One World Observatory. Our Lower Manhattan hotel is conveniently located near New York City’s bustling financial district including Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). The flexible work spaces and complimentary Wi-Fi in our World Trade Center hotel in Manhattan are perfect for business travelers and leisure vacationers. Guest rooms feature modern furnishings and luxurious bedding for comfortable stays in our New York City hotel offering astonishing views of the city. Take advantage of convenient access to nearby neighborhoods SoHo, Tribeca and Greenwich Village along with Battery Park and the South Street Seaport. For an unforgettable New York experience, book your stay at the Courtyard New York Manhattan / World Trade Center hotel today.
Pros: The hotel is on a nice quiet street, with easy access to the subway. The rooms are beautifully appointed, though on the small side. The staff was helpful and courteous. I would definitely stay here again.
Pros: Celebrating a fun night in NYC with my husband for his milestone birthday. As soon as the staff at The Jade Hotel realized this, they sent us up a bottle of champagne! This really got our night off to a fun start. Such a great boutique hotel in a fun part of Greenwich Village with kind, attentive, and courteous staff! We would got back in a heartbeat!
Located in New York City's historic Greenwich Village neighborhood, Walker Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel offering 113 rooms and walking distance to iconic downtown destinations and attractions such as Chelsea, Union Square, Washington Square Park and East Village. Our hotels offers complimentary WiFi internet, free local calling, 24-hour room service, evening turn-down service and highly personalized service.
Guests will enjoy our onsite modern American restaurant, a cocktail bar and a cozy lobby lounge with fireplace. Additional amenities include a complimentary 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour Concierge service and 24-hour multi-lingual Guest Reception staff.
AKA Central Park, the flagship location, is located just steps from Central Park, New York City's urban oasis, superb Fifth Avenue shopping, world-class restaurants and numerous cultural landmarks. Offering spacious studio, one and two bedroom suites- most with full kitchens, AKA Central Park is ideal for short or long term stays. AKA Central Park also features two spectacular Penthouse suites with custom-designed interior, wrap-around terrace, fireplace and outdoor dining area.
Cons: One of the dim able bedside lamps didn't dim
Pros: The location was excellent, close to Subway, great restaurants and shopping.
Cons: Noise in room on 11th floor (119) coming from elevator (we think) was like someone using an industrial stapler in the early morning hours. Unfortunately I'm a light sleeper.
Pros: very clean. Staff is extremely hospitable. wonderful food. superb location
Cons: fitness room is way too small
Pros: Great location.
Great decor. The books everywhere gave it a cool and relaxing atmosphere.
Loved housekeeping twice a day.
I really liked that they have no tub. Showers are so much cleaner and relaxing.
Cons: No bar. No restaurant....yet. We should of been told of that when we booked.
Discover a destination at once bohemian, sophisticated and inspiring. SIXTY SoHo hotel mirrors its stylish surroundings, standing as an inimitable hotel in one of New York City’s most vibrant neighborhoods. Stay in big city style, relax in newly renovated guestrooms and suites, and imbibe at stunning spaces at this upscale SoHo hotel.
Pros: The is the one of the best locations in the theater district. Most of the major theaters are located within three blocks of the hotel. The same day ticket office is located yards away from the hotel so you can get up early to get your ticket and then return to your room. The hotel entrance is right off times square. The hotel is clean large and and the staff is very friendly and efficient. Many family oriented dining establishments are nearby as well as easy access to the subway and various tour operators.
Cons: The hotel is large and is used as a convention facility. So if you do not like large crowds and being in the location that is busy and very active during the evening hours, this is not the place for you.
Cons: No elite services on weekends - $ charge to print out boarding pass - failed to clean room - front desk staff was not guest oriented - platinum member - will look for other hotels.
Pros: People at front desk were nice
Cons: The customer service at the view lounge was terrible. The lady that served us did not believe that we enter staying at the hotel and Saud very loud that the room number that we gave her did not exist and I showed her my key. She was very rude we felt embarrased.
Pros: We loved our view of the city, the lady at front desk upgraded our room at no charge, clean rooms, friendly staff, within walking distance of everything, will definitely stay here again
Cons: Breakfast buffet way overpriced for the quality
Pros: Great location and some great views.
Cons: They apperently give every person in the hotel access to the executive lounge. I'm used to a crowd at times but this was crazy. They need to either expand the lounge or enforce the entry policy.
Cons: Response time of the staff and high cost to eat hotel restaurant...
Pros: Our stay was fine. The staff was friendly, the room was clean. As one would expect for $400/night.
The ticket counter for local shows was very helpful/convenient.
Cons: automated elevator system crammed too many people into each trip
testing the fire alarm system each day that we stayed
very uncomfortable sofa bed mattress (felt every spring)
Pros: View Restaurant staff was great! Nice suite with view of Broadway.
Cons: Construction noise in the morning.
Pros: The View Restaurant was absolutely amazing. Room was lovely. Staff was knowledgable, friendly and helpful.
Pros: Location was perfect . Check in and check out is very easy and staff was very friendly .
Cons: We request for double bed and sofa we paid more to get room like that but sofa was too old to sleep on and they bring us roller bed but matteres was very uncomfortable that u can feel all the metal under the sheet.
Pros: Very Nice Hotel with a lot of action
Surround yourself with the sights and sounds of the city at New York Marriott Marquis. One of the premier hotels in Times Square, our central location gives you easy access to NYC entertainment options and several subway lines to access any part of NYC. Experience New York’s most popular landmarks; Radio City Music Hall, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, Lincoln Center and Madison Square Garden, and do some Fifth Avenue shopping. Get relaxed and energized simultaneously as you step into some of the largest guest rooms in NYC, amid the hustle and bustle of famed Broadway. Dine at our signature revolving restaurant, The View, and enjoy picturesque city vistas or have a bite or a drink at our new outdoor lounge. With over 100,000 Sq. Ft. of event space, our Broadway Times Square hotel is the perfect choice for meetings & parties of any size. Visit New York Marriott Marquis and experience the excitement and excellent service for yourself!
Cons: Tiny room, too small for 4 people, could not open luggage. No coffee or water in lobby. Unfriendly front desk staff. Promised to move us on second night but never followed through.
Pros: The hotel has a lot of things going for it, judging by our recent visit. The property is very clean, the location close to Times Square and Hell's Kitchen is convenient, and there is a subway stop on the same block. The room was very spacious and comfortable. All in all, it was a great stay.
Cons: The only thing to point out is if you're a light sleeper, earplugs may be needed. We were on the ninth floor but could still hear cars blowing their horns and there is a police station next door, so sirens can frequently be heard.
Pros: I have stayed at the Tryp several times (perhaps 8-10x) over the past few years. Overall, the room size is good, price is good, nice little bar downstairs. Decent accommodations for the money.
Cons: The staff was so horrible this time around. Just overall not accommodating. There was no hot water on the coldest day of the year. My husband took a freezing cold shower and the just put their hands up like oh well!
Pros: The location is awesome! The cleanliness and comfort of the room fit my needs well
Cons: Front staff in evening is less than eager to communicate about the room availability and rates. I reserved the room via Kayak and the concept seemed foreign to the staff.
Pros: LOVED the place. By far the best value in the city! the room was perfect for our family! The bar and lounge in the lobby ROCKED! Roman, the bartender was great! The entire staff was super friendly! 5 STARS !!
Pros: Great value! We had an enjoyable weekend visit to NYC with a group of friends. We stayed in a Premium Room with 2 Queen beds, and a pull-out sofa. It also had a mini-fridge and wet bar area. The room was huge, clean, and very comfortable with tons of windows. The location of the hotel was convenient to our weekend plans at MSG. Hotel lobby staff was friendly and helpful with restaurant recommendations. I would definitely stay at this hotel again, and would certainly recommend it to friends.
Pros: close to penn station
Cons: I stayed for 4 nights. very loud and i'm talking about car trucks passing by it's people banging on trash cans and construction.
The hotel is next door to a police station. room are good size but decor is modern cheap looking with dispensers for shampoo and body wash glued in the shower.
I would not stay there again.
Pros: Close to subway stop
Cons: A lot of noise in room hardwood floors and thin walls, makes for a noisy experience especially with the exit doors being slammed by housekeeping all day. Could hear full conversations in the rooms from neighbors
Pros: The best service and kindness help from the front desk lady impressed me , as the door keys were not working she took us to our room personally,
Pros: I didnt like anything about it.
Cons: I reserve a room with 2 Queen Size bed when we get there it wasn't reserve for us awful experience the man in the front desk he suggest his going to look for another hotel but we were so tired we just need to relax.
Pros: Front desk was wonderful, just things beyond their control occurred.
Cons: Shower in our room squirted from wall even after repair man tried to fix, had to change rooms, delay in getting extra towels from housekeeping--the biggest and most noticeable is the cleaning staff does not know how to properly clean a room, wood floors not swept in rooms and the space between glass showers and sink have never been cleaned--whole bars of used soap, hair ties, wrappers and etc in the space-- just totally gross-- room 306!! They really need a lesson in how to clean a room!!!
Pros: I like the new trend of wood floors, as used here. Seems cleaner. The rooms are very attractive, but less functional than others.
The beds are very comfortable. There are lots of places to plug in devices (regular outlets and USB) in several places.
Elevators are plentiful and efficient.
Loved having a Keurig coffeemaker.
I interacted little with staff, but all I encountered in the hallways were friendly.
A little off the beaten track, which is good in the city. And right next to a police precinct, which made me feel extra safe.
Cons: There was no drawer-storage in my room (the closet is elevated, so you can put things on the floor of that, plus belowe the closet are two cubbies - one with the iron/board and one with a safe, but not really convenient for clothing).
There was no countertop space in the bathroom for cosmetics, etc.
No minibar, which is a sign of 4* and up, to me.
And all that is provided are paper coffee cups. Some people may like that they may be cleaner, but I like glass glasses, and ceramic cups. Since I brought a bottle of wine, I asked in the bar if I could have a wine glass to take to my room and the bartender said he wasn't allowed to give one to me.
I had a problem turning my TV off with the remote (it would just come back on) and a late night call to the front desk was no help ("Just turn the volume all the way down.") I eventually found a power button on the TV, but the desk clerk should have suggested that.
At check-in, the clerk was not unfriendly, but when he handed me my keycard, he didn't really explain anything about the facility (breakfast, etc.) like people usually do.
Located in the heart of Midtown Manhattan at 345 West 35th Street; between 8th and 9th Avenues, The TRYP New York City Times Square South is centrally located, providing easy access to major corporate offices and top attractions. Just minutes from our front door find sensational shopping, dining and sightseeing venues as well as stimulating entertainment venues of Broadway, Madison Square Garden and Lincoln Center. Live and play like a local making the most of all New York has to offer and “Own the City”.The hotel’s décor is a whimsical blend featuring our Mediterranean origins and New York City chic with some of the largest rooms found in NYC (up to 455 square feet) accommodating up to 8 persons with 10 foot ceilings, reclaimed wood floors and fantastic New York City views. Plaza Central, the hotel’s social hub, offers a relaxing venue for guest to gather featuring free high-speed internet access Google laptops and televisions as well as a virtual business center. Plaza Central links the hotel lobby with the Gastro Bar at 35th Street offering a cosmopolitan venue to enjoy hand crafted Tapas and designer cocktails and watch the world go by. Complimentary WIFI as well as our Concierge will ensure you make the most of your NYC experience. If you’re a health enthusiast looking to relieve the stress of travel fear not; our fitness center is open 24/7 as well as offering access to local sports clubs.TRYP By Wyndham Times Square South is a recipient of the TripAdvisor 2012 & 2013 Certificate of Excellence.If booking more than 5 rooms, please contact the property directly.
Pros: The room was much bigger than your average Manhattan hotel rooms, and the hotel seems newly renovated. From the lobby to the corridors, elevators and of course the room, everything was spotless. Also, the staff were very helpful and friendly. If you think all what I stated is what you should expect from any four-star hotel, you most probably haven't bee much to hotels in NY.
Pros: If you are interested in wig near Times Square and broadway shows, location is good. Also it is very close to multiple subway lines and walking distance to 5th avenue, Central Park, Empire State Building, etc.
Cons: Room was very small- like being on a cruise ship. Also although I requested a city view room, they "upgraded" us to a room facing Times Square which meant lots of flashing lights at night. i would opt for something in a quieter area.
Pros: Friendly service. Clean and updated room
Cons: Gym could use more equipment
Pros: Outstanding location and friendly staff. Not luxurious, but clean and modern. When they say check in time is 3 pm, it's 3 pm and no sooner.
Cons: Hard to get one of the 4 elevators during peak periods; we ended up waking down from the 6th floor at checkout.
Pros: We bought some groceries in the corner, there is a fridge and microwave where you can store them and have your breakfast there
Bed and pillow are comfy
Staff is friendly, you can ask for a map for guidance
Cons: Elevators had peak hours, stay at lower levels in case you have to take the stairs, In peak hours is the fastest way.
Bathroom door is sliding and not hermetic at all, so it can be awkward
Pros: The staff was very attentive in spite of having a fully booked hotel and being extremely busy. The hotel is located a few blocks from Central Park, the metro, great restaurants, and theaters.
Cons: The fitness room was in the windowless cellar. The carpet down there smelled of mildew. The elevators are tiny - we often had to wait for 10 minutes for multiple elevators until there was finally room for us.
Pros: Reading some of the negative review scares us a little, but the price is what we are comfortable with and it right next to time square. When we got there we were surprise, it's not bad as you would fear. In fact the place was clean and modernize, bed was very comfortable, got everything you expect of a hotel, including a fridge, microwave, complementary wifi.
Cons: Major thing is the hotel elevator waiting time can be so long, so it's best to get a room nearer to the ground, incase you need to use the stairs. Minor tins I didn't like was one day the house keeper forgot to clean our room, when we came back late one morning. Also it would be nice if the hotel room have a pool, jacuzzi, or steam room.
Pros: Walking distance from a lot of attraction
Cons: Parking too expensive
Cons: Slow elevators
Pros: Free access to the bus center and internet were GREAT.
Cons: Very loud heating system
The stylish Hilton Garden Inn New York/Central Park South-Midtown West hotel boasts a central location in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, offering easy access to a wealth of shopping opportunities, restaurants, bars and entertainment. Our friendly and modern hotel boasts close proximity to world-famous NYC attractions, including Central Park, Times Square and the Empire State Building. Shop in designer stores on Fifth Avenue and discover eateries, bars and shopping at Columbus Circle. Take in a musical or Broadway show or hire a bicycle and explore leafy Central Park. Soak up the quaint, European-style ambience of the West Village, home to vibrant sidewalk cafes, boutiques and specialty food stores or marvel at contemporary paintings and sculptures in the Museum of Modern Art. Unwind in a spacious and stylish guest room and enjoy a fantastic range of amenities, including complimentary internet access, a 40-inch LED TV, a microwave and a mini-refrigerator. Inviting suites are also available at this Midtown Manhattan hotel, offering additional space and amenities - ideal for families or longer stays. Enjoy tender steaks and juicy burgers in the relaxed atmosphere of Empire Steakhouse, which features a stylish, open sidewalk bar or enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner in your guest room with Room Service. Buy snacks and travel essentials from the 24-hour Pavilion Pantry® and maintain your exercise regime in the complimentary 24-hour fitness center. Fax documents and check emails in the complimentary 24-hour business center and hold an event or celebration with two flexible meeting spaces and contemporary A/V technology.
Cons: The Maid staff was ready to clean rooms by 9. Forgot to put the do not disturb sign up lol. Rooms were always beautiful. Extra blanket should be in the room
Pros: Rarely do the descriptions match what you get, this exceeded my expectations. Will stay there again.
Pros: The staff was very friendly and helped us when needed. They were not hesitant to ask if we needed any assistance. We were also a little late in checking out and they were super nice about it.
Pros: Cookies on arrival. Separate sleeping quarters with closing door, (bath is Jack and Jill so can shut bedroom, but kids can still use bath) fridge, safe, hairdryer, microwave. Extra bed is $25/night so asked for packnplay (free) and my 5-year-old slept in there. Had crib sheet and small blanket. You are smack dab in Times Square (can be very crowded right out the door, hold your kids tight). NQR train literally outside and uptown will drop you off at Bloomingdales. Or walk 2 avenues to 5th with shopping. on 17 th floor and very quiet. Could hear sirens at times, but never woke us up. Black out shades make is very dark and close by overlapping, so no need to rig it shut. AC gives off good white noise. Coffee cart right outside. Evergreen coffee shop around the corner and SUPER fast during weekdays. Bed was comfortable enough, but could still feel my husband turn.
Cons: No USB plugs. At first we had no towels. They brought towels up pretty quickly. Then I later realized there was a dirty bar of soap in the shower I asked to switch rooms, because I did not feel that this room was clean. They switched us to Hilton honors room immediately, which had free Wi-Fi for guests. This was reasonable compensation. The rooms could use a little repair. There was part of a sticker left on furniture, broken tile in the bathroom, wallpaper was coming up in the corners, curtain rod and was broken off the curtains in the window, fridge would freeze food . Nothing unexpected. We would stay there again.
Pros: Location was great, right in the moddle of Times Square with easy access to shows, many subway lines, Central Park and more. Hotel was spotless and roomy, esp for a NYC hotel. Would definitely stay again.
Cons: Could be a bit loud with all the honking taxis and construction outside
Pros: Everything about the stay was top notch!
Pros: Good sized rooms
Great arrangement for families
Right in Times Square if that is what you want.
Good value if you need two rooms.
Cons: Food in hotel was extremely limited
Left for airport and couldn't find coffee at 6 a.m
A little too much Times Square...accosted by tour guides every time you walk out of hotel door.
Pros: Great location. Large rooms. Very quiet.
Cons: Rooms are older. Firnishing are worn out. Bar in the lobby has only basic drinks and bottom shelf wines.
Pros: I loved the size and cleanliness of the rooms and the location of the hotel.
Cons: I didn't like that you needed to take an elevator to the lobby and then another to the room. While there it seemed like only a few elevators were working and the hotel was crowded because of superbowl weekend. There was no decent lounge or gift shop.
The only all-suites hotel in Times Square, the DoubleTree by Hilton is truly a home away from home in the heart of New York City. In a city known for small hotel rooms, each of the 468 suites have a spacious layout with a private bedroom, luxurious bathroom and a living room with an ergonomic work desk and sofa bed. Every little detail has been thought of and guests will enjoy the use of a refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, MP3 player alarm clock, and two 37" TVs. Special requirements will be happily accommodated and allergy-friendly and wheelchair accessible suites are available.
The Double Tree by Hilton
Whether they are business travelers or holidaying families, the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton aims to make all guests feel at home with amenities like complimentary wireless internet in public areas, a 24-hour fitness center, conference and meeting rooms and a children's menu and highchairs at Gingers' Restaurant. Even your four-legged friends are welcome to spend the night in the designated pet-friendly suites.
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Located directly in Times Square, a night at the DoubleTree Suites by Hilton puts you at the epicenter of New York's exciting entertainment scene. The hotel is steps from the Broadway theater district, the Rockefeller Center, Grand Central Station, Radio City Music Hall, Restaurant Row, Central Park, Madame Tussaud’s and many other top New York attractions.
Pros: This hotel is totally fine if you just need a good,clean and reliable place to stay. Nothing's about it is amazing or special but nothing is bad (except that the elevators weren't working which meant a 8 story climb up the stairs).
Pros: Very convenient location. Excellent service. Clean and cozy room.
Pros: The location is great. The bathrooms are nice. Internet worked well.
Cons: However it lacks the charm I was expecting from a boutique hotel in New York. The rooms have an old feeling. The decoration in general is fairly old style. And when we tried to get room service for breakfast nobody picked up, we were told we will be called back and after 30 min we just gave up. Not worth the price, I would rather do a Hilton or Hyatt for same price with much better bed, service and vibe.
Pros: minibar was loaded with choices
Cons: deceptive staff. gave me a different room with a smaller bed than the one I paid for. but after waiting on lobby for an hour after my check in time because the manager hadn't inspected the room, I was too tired and Aggravated to argue!
Pros: friendly staff
old NYC charm, architecture
large, well appointed rooms for an older hotel
easy access to meetings
Pros: I love this hotel. I love the staff and I love the rooms. This feels like a hotel in a small town. I always reserve here even if the price is more expensive. Keep up the good work chandler.
Cons: Better gym room.
Pros: Friendly, helpful staff.
Cons: Bad view out of room 733.
Cons: Old shower and bathroom
Pros: The staff was amazing. Polite and personable, always willing to help and proactive in resolving any booking issues. Would definitely stay again.
Also, there is an amazing shop right on the next corner that has an incredible selection of foods, from ice cream and pizza to a full salad bar, that stays open for your late night cravings. Conveniently close to the hotel.
Cons: If I must search for something negative to say..... Maybe the room seemed a little cramped? Didn't affect us because we were out and about but had we stayed in I suppose we'd have to use the descriptor "cozy."
Pros: Staff was amazingly attentive.
Cons: No ice on floor
Pros: Excellent facilities, clean rooms, great location, right in the heart of Manhattan.
Housed in a 1905 Beaux Arts building, this boutique hotel is in New York's Murray Hill district. Located between the Empire State Building, Madison Square Park, Penn Station and Times Square, the Chandler Hotel is 3 blocks from Macy's, and one mile from Union Square.
Pros: Very walkable to the water taxi, 9-11 memorial, statue of liberty/battery park, etc. Excellent staff, Jonathan was great, got upgraded too! Great experience here.
Cons: I couldn't access my balcony due to the construction going on at the hotel next door. :'( But still loved my room!
Pros: Best buy in New York at that date, clean modern quarters great service We
Cons: Our room was on the first floor. You could hear the elevator dings, could hear staff talking with guests. It was just very loud.
Pros: Staff courtesy and helpfulness; free Wi-Fi and great breakfast; location, location, location
Pros: Staff quite friendly and attentive...quick to answer questions, hail a taxi, etc....room attractive, comfortable and clean. Perfect location for running in the United half marathon as it is situated right near the finish line. Walking distance to varied restaurants and taverns. Would stay here again next time I need to be in this location of the city.
Pros: The night staff was very friendly! Especially Adrianna
Coffee and Bkfst bar were good
Pros: The room was great and felt like a hotel that would charge much more. The breakfast was above average for a free breakfast. The staff was amazing and a went out of their way to make sure my young children had a great stay!! I will search for Hampton Inn before others from now on.
Embedded in the heart of Lower Manhattan, the historic Hampton Inn Manhattan/Downtown-Financial District effortlessly marries historic charm with modern convenience. From its exterior walls garbed in limestone and original aluminum inlay to the chic interior lobby featuring complimentary Hampton On the House® hot breakfast, this hotel is tailor-made for the traveler expecting both style and quality. In town for business? We are only two blocks from Wall Street and are neighbors with some of the world's largest business headquarters. Other neighborhood attractions include the historic South Street Seaport district and the World Trade Center Memorial site. Within steps from Battery Park, you won't find a better location if seeking to visit the Statue of Liberty and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. Grab a cup of coffee and take in the cityscape as you ride the free Staten Island Ferry through the Upper Bay or walk the Brooklyn Bridge! With the R line less than a block away, it couldn't be easier to jump on the subway and step out into some of the city's top attractions including Union Square, Madison Square Park, Times Square, Central Park and Fifth Avenue shopping. Additional amenities include complimentary high-speed internet access throughout the hotel, complimentary fitness and business center services as well as complimentary tea and coffee available 24 hours per day. Our passion for customized guest service topped with an enthusiastic desire to make you fall in love with our city will cause your stay at the Hampton Inn Manhattan/Downtown-Financial District to be truly unique.
Pros: The room, the staff, the restaurant, the green roof .
Cons: The bar at the roof is a happening place and i had my young daughter!
The art-fueled James New York screams SoHo. Stylish galleries and cutting-edge shops, from upscale boutiques to major chains, surround the property on the neighborhood’s southwest edge. Times Square and Central Park are just 1 minute by subway, accessible 1 block away at Canal St. Station.
Pros: Great, quiet hotel with oversize rooms in Manhattan!
Pros: The room was fairly well appointed except for the broken icecube tray and the missing fry pan. Very clean and roomy. Complimentary NY Times.
Cons: Lack of coffee station. Poor room service. Faulty heat control. TV was some sort of demo and the sound went in and out. Also annoying popups kept appearing on the screen
Pros: Full size kitchen appliances and two bathrooms. Comfy bed and cleanliness of efficiency room.
Cons: No outlets in the bathrooms for electrical appliances. Furnishings, carpeting, bathroom lighting and hardware need to be updated. It appeared that the hotel has not had an update in the last 15 years.
Located in the residential, historically rich neighborhood of the Upper East side at 94th Street and 2nd Avenue, The Marmara Manhattan has 109 suites in a 32-story luxury building. Conveniently situated only steps away from Big Apple’s culture centers such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Jewish museum, National Academy of Museum and School of Fine Arts, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, El Museo del Barrio, Neu Gallery New York, The Museum of the city of New York and The Goethe Institute as well as the world famous New York’s jewel; Central Park.