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.
Close to subway stop
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
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,
I didnt like anything about it.
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.
Front desk was wonderful, just things beyond their control occurred.
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!!!
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.
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.
I was in town for a convention and found the location perfect. Staff was great which was a real plus given the small size of common area. The room was comfortable and I liked the wood floors. Rooms average to large size for NYC. Just want to commend the staff at the front desk, bell man, and breakfast staff all helpful and friendly. I think I saw a cast member from Law and Order staying at the hotel too.
Better after hours food in the vending machines. It was out of colas at 9 on a Wednesday night, and limited snacks selection. It is NY so only had to walk a block to find what we wanted though. 35th is one way west and not cab friendly.
I assume this is Wyndham's answer to Aloft. It was fine but definitely not fantastic.
Very friendly and helpful staff; stored our luggage before and after check-out, room size was great!
That particular block of 35th street seems a little less upscale than the hotel itself. However, right next door to a police precinct, so we felt safe.