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136 West 55th Street, New York City, NY 10019, United States of America – Show map
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Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Restaurant with Dining Menu
Private parking is available at a location nearby (reservation is not needed) and charges apply.
Room Service, 24-Hour Front Desk, Currency Exchange, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Elevator, Heating, Hypoallergenic room available, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Designated Smoking Area
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Cribs are not available.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
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The room wasn't a phone booth. Very comfortable.
Great location,helpful staff.
The bed was terrible.
the location was great, the room very comfortable, the staff super friendly and helpful. Nice continental breakfast every morning
I lived there for 9 days. It was a refuge during a very busy week.
I wish there had been something to say here to keep people from flocking to the hotel.
The location was convienent for the purpose of our visit. The staff were friendly and helpful. The restaurant was convienent, too. However the morning staff was a bit slow delivering food that was ordered. The breakfast drink special of 2 for 1 Mimosa & Bloody Mary for $7.00 was misleading as we were charged $10.00,
I was disappointed that there were not conservation choices e.g. the sheets did not need to be changed everday, nor did our towels. Other hotels we stay at allow the guest to indicate that these items do not need changing daily. We put out the "Do Not Disturb" sign to let our lovely housekeeping lady know she did not need to worry about our room. However, when a repaired chair needed to be deivered to the room, against our request she went ahead and changed out all the linens. In today's world we need to conserve more.
Location perfect, staff very friendly and helpful. Rooms spotless clean also nice and warm. I would highly recommend this hotel.
The staff were very professional. The room was well appointed and comfortable. It is a very clean hotel!
The breakfast was just ok. We ate elsewhere after day one.
We loved this hotel, it was our first time in new York and after doing a lot of research decided to stay here. We weren't disappointed. On our first night we were on the 6th floor at the back of the hotel but unfortunately we found that it was very noisy. We asked to be moved the next day and they moved us to the front of the hotel on the 16th floor. This was done without any problems. The hotel isn't modern but was very clean and well looked after, in fact our rooms & towels were changed daily. I would defiantly recommend this hotel for both location & comfort. The staff polite and didn't mither you which we liked and included in the room rate was a complimently breakfast, it was only basic but enough to see you through to lunch time which meant more time exploring rather then finding places to eat.
This was our second time staying at the Blakely and lived up to our prior experience. We arrived a little early for our check in, but our room was ready and we were upgraded to a suite! Very comfortable and roomy for the 2 of us. Helpful and friendly staff. Excellent location.
Only issue would be the pillows on the bed are very soft, otherwise, comfortable king size bed.
Basic breakfast...scaffolding outside..
Everything but the breakfast
Unfortunately, I was ill, but my family enjoyed the hotel and the location. They did not enjoy the restaurant.
The Blakeley New York is a gem of a hotel! Very nice rooms, comfy beds, marble bathrooms, friendly staff and....excellent central location. Reasonable prices considering the location, and bigger rooms than a normal NYC hotel. We got upgraded to a studio room which had a mini-kitchenette with a microwave, bar sink, plates/utensils etc. (maybe all the rooms have that?). I'd stay here again for sure.
Room was very large, bathroom was spacious with a tub that had jets.
Pillows were too soft
Breakfast included, good size room and personal friendly staff in a good location so have stayed many times.
I love everything apart from the breakfast
The breakfast is aweful, below standard. I had the impression from the booking website that breakfast was included in the daily rate but we were billed separately for the breakfast. The so called buffet was below any hotel standard in The US.
I like being greeted as soon as I walked in the door by the first employee regardless of what he or she was doing. Staff was always willing to go the extra mile.
What's not to like?????
Besides we were arriving in NY eve at 1900 we were easily explained where to get out of the car ( since it was closed for the NY ) and in 2 min were in the hotel. we were immediately upgraded for the Penthouse - that was amazing - room was really huge - keeping in mind that we,ve paid 300usd per night, terrace was wonderful! thanks for that .wifi complimentary as well as breakfast however quite limited in number of things
concierge was never on the place and was difficult to enter the hotel with a stroller especially with stair after the doors
Lobby was cozy and desk staff was very courteous.
Continental Breakfast included in our room rate was NOT ready at 7:30am. The restaurant opened but no food was out. We had to leave at 7:45am and could no longer wait despite repeated requests for something (e.g. a muffin/fruit) to take with us. We left hungry - did not get what we paid for.
Location, cleanliness, helpful staff
This is a special hotel for us, used to stay here every time we come to NYC. This time we've booked a King room for holidays this year, 3 months in advance! We've got one of the worst rooms in the Hotel with a shared door on a 3rd floor with no view, and very noisy neighbors. I mean yelling at 3 AM and on 'till the morning sun, no sleep for two nights in a row! We complained and asked for a room change. Got smoking room instead, very smelly, but definitely lesser of two evils. Sorry Blakely, don't think we're gonna book here next time.
Staff was outstanding Rooms very comfortable Location excellant
The service. The staff :unkind, rushed, uncaring and unprofessional. The breakfast :catastrophic. Without tablecloth. Only fruits bread and muffin thrown on a table in the middle of sofa???!!! Unbelievable!! Absolutely disappointing. Close in Christmas day without any notice before....
The staff support and location
The breakfast is bad
Staff went out of their way to help with everything we needed - directions, computer printing, airport transport. Even though this is a fancy hotel, it feels friendly, too.
The refrigerator was so packed with mini-bar merchandise that we couldn't fit our leftovers in the fridge without reshuffling everything.
I've just returned from four nights at The Blakely, New York. It is a charming little boutique hotel, ideally situated in midtown, just across the street from City Center theater, close to Central Park, and the Museum of Modern Art. I booked via booking.com and got an excellent rate, but upon arrival was put into a room facing the back of the hotel with not much of a view. When I asked to be moved, I was told that the block of rooms reserved for Booking.com are all in the back. Fortunately, however, since the hotel was not full, they very kindly offered to upgrade me to a king room on a higher floor, with a view over the City Center theater. Although I had to wait for the room to become available, it was worth it. I stayed in room 1202, and it was comfortable and charming. I liked the room a lot. I strongly recommend requesting a room on a higher floor, since this affords better views and more light. The staff were incredibly kind and helpful throughout my stay. The bed was comfortable and I appreciated the feather pillows. It was great to have a comfortable armchair and ottoman to read in. I made good use of the kitchenette, which is tiny but efficient, by stopping at the Whole Foods at Columbus Circle and stocking up for my stay. The free wifi was appreciated, and worked well enough to stream films in the room. The shower was strong and the water hot. The lighting in the bathroom is rather poor for doing make-up, but that is a small quibble. On the whole I enjoyed the hotel immensely and it was a perfect choice since I didn't want to stay at the Hilton Midtown, where the conference I was attending was being conducted. There were a number of families there, but I was not disturbed by noise (although I think that, it being early January, the hotel was rather empty). I walked down to the Algonquin Hotel for drinks one night--which is well worth a visit.
I agree with other guests that the complimentary breakfast is very poor--and the space crowded. Small extras that might make a difference (hot oatmeal, eggs, espresso, etc) all require supplemental payment. This is a shame for what is otherwise a lovely hotel. After one experience with it, I made my own breakfasts in my room, with food that I purchased elsewhere. The coffee machine didn't work but was promptly replaced. There is no real bar or lounge, although there appears to be one in the pictures, and the main entrance is smaller than it appears in photos.
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