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Featuring a fitness center and free WiFi, Concorde Hotel New York is located in New York, 2461 feet from Museum of Modern Art and St Patrick's Cathedral. Location, rooms, staff and Nespresso in the room.
Located in the Lower East Side district in New York, citizenM New York Bowery is minutes away from the nightlife and restaurants of Bowery. Modern, trendy, cool hotel. Extremely well located.
Featuring a terrace, MADE Hotel is set in New York, 1969 feet from Empire State Building. This 4-star hotel offers a bar. Free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk are featured. Love it! Good Behavior bar is epic
Located 984 feet from Times Square in New York, LUMA Hotel - Times Square features a restaurant and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. Cozy, comfortable, quiet property in the heart of NYC.
A member of the Joie de Viver hotel group, Hotel 50 Bowery in Chinatown is a boutique hotel that enables guests to easily access Lower East Side, Tribeca, Soho, Little Italy and Brooklyn... Hotel staff was great, very welcoming, friendly and fun. The room that we had was on the last floor, though small, had an amazing view of Manhattan and One world trade center. In the heart of China town, district we never stayed in before, the Bowery hotel is really a great place to stay for a few days. Go check their roof top bar, it is awesome for a few drinks or if you want to dance a little bit.
The Beekman, a Thompson Hotel is located 1640 feet from the Brooklyn Bridge and the Westfield World Trade Center. Got a great deal for 200 bucks a night over the Easter weekend - had a much worse hotel for the same price over the same time earlier so this was amazing.
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This hotel features New York harbor and Statue of Liberty views, a 24-hour fitness center, a spa and restaurant. The view from the room was unbeatable.
Located in the Lower East Side district in New York, citizenM New York Bowery is minutes away from the nightlife and restaurants of Bowery. Modern, trendy, cool hotel. Extremely well located.
Featuring Baccarat crystals in every room, the Baccarat Hotel and Residences is located in New York. The bed was like a cloud! We also got a free upgrade to our room which was excellent.
Featuring an open-air Moroccan-tiled courtyard, this 14 room boutique hotel is located in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. Free WiFi access is available. Great location and great value. Our room was very comfortable and spacious.
This art deco, boutique hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Broadway theaters. The 5-star hotel offers a 42-inch flat-screen TV, personal butler service and free Wi-Fi in every guest room. The staff went above and beyond in all aspects. Best hotel we’ve ever stayed at.
With 2000 pieces of artwork on display and an atrium, this all-suite property is located 1640 feet from the World Trade Center. Best hotel in NYC if you booked a suite!
Located within 2 minutes’ walk of Bryant Park and Grand Central Terminal, this boutique Midtown hotel offers Wi-Fi, a library and an evening reception with wine and cheese. Great location, walking distance to broadway shows, Grand central station, shopping in the 5th...
Located in the NoMad neighborhood, this boutique New York City hotel is within 10 minutes’ walk of Union Square Park and Chelsea. There is a rooftop garden and free Wi-Fi. We came back second time, really great hotel, staff and value for money.
CITY ROOMS NYC - Times Square is located in the Hell's Kitchen district in New York, 820 feet from Restaurant Row. All rooms come with a flat-screen TV and free WiFi. The staff was exceedingly pleasant, they and the space instantly made you feel comfortable and at...
Located 1312 feet from Restaurant Row in New York, Pod Times Square features a restaurant, bar and free WiFi throughout the property. Rooms are equipped with a flat-screen TV. Great location and clean rooms. Good base for midtown exploring.
Located in Lower East Side in Manhattan, guests at the Orchard Street Hotel will find many restaurants and shopping destinations in close proximity. The wonderful staff on the front desk that make it feel like home every time I return.
Featuring a rooftop garden terrace, Cassa Hotel Times Square offers free WiFi access in New York, 0.6 mi from Times Square. Excellent staff, the bed really felt like a cloud. The room is well distribuited and clean.
32 32 Hotel features privileged central location in New York City, only 984 feet from the Empire State Building and 1.2 mi from Grand Central Station. Free WiFi access is available. Large studio apartment, fully furnished, including all the amenities of a hotel and a front desk...
Located in Lower Manhattan, the Leon is 0.7 mi from the Soho neighourhood and Brooklyn Bridge is 0.9 mi away. Flat-screen TV with cable channels, coffee machine and a desk is provided in every room. It was perfect location, clean and good size room with good view of Manhattan bridge.
Featuring a restaurant, a lounge and a seasonal rooftop bar, this hotel is 1585 feet from Grand Central Terminal. All rooms are equipped with free WiFi. Small but practical room, also clean.
Located less than 0.6 mi from Penn Station, this Manhattan hotel features a chapel and a dining room. Chelsea Market is 10 minutes’ walk. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Everything was excellent. Friendly and helpful staff.
Located in upper midtown Manhattan, 1585 feet from the Central Park, the Whitby Hotel is a short distance away from stores such as Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman. Everything about this place is wonderful. The service was personal and at the highest level.
Located at the juncture of Columbus Circle and Broadway, this 5-star hotel is minutes from Central Park. It features Jean Georges and Nougatine restaurants and the rooms provide kitchenette... Loved the hotel . But it does not have a lounge and it’s own coffee shop .
The Carnegie Hotel in midtown Manhattan is a modern intimate boutique hotel, designed with fine architecture and custom Italian furniture. my only disappointment was the deposit you took from me on entering your hotel was not returned when...
Offering a restaurant and a fitness center, 1 Hotel Central Park is located in New York. Each room here will provide you with air conditioning and a seating area. The interior design and concept, the staff are great, they are very helpful
Centrally in Midtown Manhattan on Fifth Avenue, this hotel is across from the Grand Army Plaza and Central Park's main entrance. It features on-site dining and free Wi-Fi. Location and services are outstanding
Located in New York City’s Times Square, this hotel features a fitness center and offers ticket services. Free WiFi is offered. PERFECT ! from the hotel personal to the room, facilities and location.
The Pierre, A Taj Hotel is located across from Central Park at 61st Street. A part of the New York City skyline with its copper mansard roof, The Pierre offers guests white glove luxury service. Great and iconic NYC hotel, lots of character
Located in Midtown, this boutique hotel is 541 feet from Manhattan's Central Park. Free WiFi is accessible and The Quin has an on-site restaurant. Everything! Absolutely loved our stay at the Quin.
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in New York this weekend is $575 or, for a 4-star hotel, $812. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in New York for this weekend cost around $1,151 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $200 per night to book a 3-star hotel in New York for tonight. You'll pay around $306 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in New York will cost around $475, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, 3-star hotels in New York cost $229 per night, and 4-star hotels in New York are $302 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in New York can be found for $531 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The cost of NYC is why I will never take my family back. It is not a place for a family of five to stay even for a short time unless you are willing to pitch out major money for things like food, and also good sized hotel rooms for everyone to have a place to sleep. It is a culture shock for sure, if you go in the winter, wear layers, if you go in the summer definitely don't, the weather is intense at times, don't underestimate it. Uber works fabulous for the city, super cheap and if you use it right you can get a great deal of free rides. Some places I would recommend... Chelsea Market if you like something more off the beat, The Grand Slam in Times Square if you are looking for some insanely cheap tourist items, and the garment district if you enjoy driving past some beautiful windows filled with handmade dresses, and bulk supplies of fabric, beads, etc. Bryant Park from late October on is filled with beautiful glass houses that are all lit at night and you can find some awesome vendors unique in every different craft. Some good food places here are Pickle Me Pete's and Oops.
I love NY, I have been coming once a year since graduation from college. There is always something new to do and every time I go I stay longer and spend less. Learn from the locals and get a Metro cards, if I did nothing else I wore good walking shoes and I loaded up my Metro Card. Enjoy your time here, the city that never sleeps and neither will you since you want to do everything and most things are open LATE. You have to try the Dessert Bar-Spot. They have many locations. I never ate out of a planters pot before, but I liked it! I love the Village, Harlem and Broadway. I love to walk and see the sites and you have to go to the museum. There is so much rich architecture and history here, there is never a dull day in NYC. A great activity for a solo travel was participating in the hostel tours for $10 and good walking shoes I saw the city with a local tour guide and on another day a world renowned tour guide. I would have paid $50-100 easy for each tours and been okay with it for what I got for $10 each! NYC Hostel is the best place to stay, get a nice breakfast, clean bunk, fresh sheets and towels. You are NEVER in your room, so go with the basics and you are SO close to the Metro and the Post Office. Be practical and travel like you would live at home! Best money spent this trip! I was also well withing my budget. Which never happens when I come to NY.
It was very hot and humid during our visit in August although there are plenty of opportunities to cool down in the many air-conditioned bars, restaurants and shops. We did all the regular tourist attractions - Empire State, Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Saks, Tiffany's, Macy's & Bloomingdales, Chrysler Building, Grand Central Station, Minus 5 Ice Bar on the ground floor of the Hilton Hotel, the Metropolitan Museum (check out the roof terrace), Freedom Tower and the 9/11 Memorial (incredibly emotive experience). Enjoyed a very good meal of beautifully cooked fillet minion in Maloney & Porcelli, just around the corner from the hotel. Also enjoyed Ellen's Stardust Diner on Broadway near Times Square. Singing waitresses and waiters make for a great experience. Food portion sizes everywhere are immense, so we mostly had starters for our mains. Central Park is vast and you can walk for hours and hours with lots to see and do. Supper and drinks at Bar 65 on the same floor in the Rockefeller Plaza as the renowned Rainbow Room. Really stunning views of the NY skyline including the Empire State. A hidden gem is to walk the High Line, a disused railway track that has been transformed into an Urban Garden walk. Delightful.
Nyc is a phenominal city and the Hudson Hotel is a horrible unestablished ian schrager hotel...go figure because dealing with him you do not get what you pay for. Instead you pay for whatever you get which in any case may be nothing or a different room entirely.
We arrived just as the Gay Pride Parade was stepping off on Fifth Avenue near the hotel. What a bonus! Such a positive vibe and the feathers! The Bryant Park Hotel is in a perfect mid-town location and right across from the lovely Bryant Park which is behind the 42nd Street Library....the one with the lions on Fifth. This allowed us to take several meals in the park- breakfast and lunches- and people watch, too. The variety of food and drink was excellent. We had tickets to see two musicals which were only blocks away. One day we took the bus up to the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Fifth and 82nd. Easy to get to and the ride back to the hotel on Fifth Ave. was a visual delight. On our last day I went on a hunt for some special items in the Garment District which is only a few blocks away, too. Really, everything is easy to get to from the hotel! The hotel offers a free cocktail hour in the cellar bar each day, which was lovely. All around, we feel that The Bryant Park Hotel was worth every penny. One might find a less expensive place to stay, but not one with a more welcoming atmosphere or in a better location for a NYC atmosphere.
The scenery outside our room was amazing of the Empire State Building. When we walked out of our hotel room we headed towards the Statue of Liberty and our journey we came to the 911 ground zero and we seen the new freedom building. I always wanted to see New York and I was given that chance and I hope to visit again soon. and I hope to stay at Hotel Pennsylvania again. It was close to all the food stores and locations we wanted to see. And the location was very close to my Appointment I had to attend.
7.4 Good 6,365 reviews
Nice place. The room was small but comfortable. The location is great. Central Park is in one minute walk, Times Square is in 20 minutes. Its price is the best for its location and conveniences. Bathroom/restroom was tidy and under constant cleaning. There are many families with children in this place. Coffee in the buffet on ground floor was as good as in the nearest Starbucks but much cheaper. This place is really the best choice in New York for people without big money.
7.9 Good 1,161 reviews
Excellent location right in Times Square with easy access to anywhere in Manhattan. On my first I was checked into an executive King Room which I was unhappy with. Thought I made a mistake choosing this hotel but the front desk staff were super helpful and accommodate my request for a room change.Happy with the new room. There us an excellent Bistro/ Bar next to Hotel. Great breakfast selections!
8.6 Excellent 3,718 reviews
Smart, clean, comfy. Everything you’d expect from a nice hotel. We stayed here due to location (near Macy’s and Times Square) but in the end we walked the entire NY so it didn’t matter where the hotel was. We also stayed here because at the time they gave free breakfast to all. They since charge for it now but don’t worry, there are plenty of breakfast places nearby if you want something cheaper.
7.9 Good 7,839 reviews
The hotel was nice. After long days and lots of walking as you do in New York, it was lovely to get into an extremely comfortable bed with the best pillows ever. The bathroom was clean and had shower gel and shampoo. The breakfast was an added bonus to set you up for the day. The location is great, just around the corner from Times Square. Overall, it was ideal for my trip.
8.8 Excellent 1,635 reviews
I loved the atmosphere. It was centrally located to the things I wanted to do. We were there specifically to see a show on Broadway and with the polar vortex, it was great to be able to come in and make tea in the living room to warm up. The staff was also fantastic and welcoming every time we entered the hotel. It also had that walk-up charm that I crave in New York City!
8.0 Very Good 1,538 reviews
The location is outstanding with great access to the 1,2 and three trains. My favorite area of New York City is the upper West side because of all the shops neighborhood atmosphere and great food. The hotel is small and quaint and the bathroom has been updated. The room is small however there is plenty of storage and a big full-size closet for your clothes.
8.3 Very Good 883 reviews
Good location to visit the tourists spots near Times Square, even though nnt the most elegant part of Manhattan. Excellent beds and bathroom, very nice view from our high floor room, reasonably sized room for New York. Comfort and cleanness overall. Reasonable priced (for NY) cafe/restaurant especially in their day to day offers.
8.3 Very Good 996 reviews
While this is a no-frills, not fancy hotel property, the beds are comfortable, the shower is hot with plenty of water pressure, and the place is spotlessly clean. The staff are welcoming, and overall experience was excellent. I would definitely stay there again when visiting New York City.
8.1 Very Good 2,466 reviews
I like that I was able to cook in my room instead of going out to eat which is very costly. It was close to Time Square and all the attractions including bus terminal. Also was able to wash clothes as I checked in. If I come back New York City I personally prefer this hotel again.
8.4 Very Good 3,068 reviews
If you are looking for a hotel near Times Square and other touristy areas in Midtown this is a great choice. Very convenient but not right in the center of Times Square. We could easily avoid the hoards of people there when necessary. The beds were also comfortable.
8.2 Very Good 2,521 reviews
Great location, around the corner from rector st subway which gives you access to Times Square and other northern manhattan attractions in less than 15 mins. Very clean hotel and staff were very helpful! Great views of WTC and New Jersey from room window.
8.2 Very Good 1,503 reviews
I loved this Boutique style Hotel , clean , modern, and I chose a room with a view, I highly recommend this , it enhances your New York City experience especially at night it is as just Beautiful, also walking distance to Times Square and Broadway
8.7 Excellent 2,091 reviews
Superb hotel in the heart of Manhattan. Just a 10 minute walk to Times Square. The room was warm, clean and very comfortable. Staff were superb and very friendly. Can’t fault a thing!
8.4 Very Good 910 reviews
For New York City, the hotel has nice public outdoor spaces. We also booked a room with terrace. The terrace was very roomy, and beautiful view of the lit up buildings at night.
7.9 Good 8,514 reviews
Fantastic historical New York hotel with great views and a spacious room. Superb value for midtown Manhattan and great transport links to surrounding areas.
7.8 Good 4,540 reviews
Very close to Central Park and Times Square. Close proximity to subway made it easy to get around the city cheaply.
8.3 Very Good 4,247 reviews
Beautiful older hotel in the perfect location. I hope to stay here every visit to New York City!
8.0 Very Good 8,858 reviews
Good hotel and amazing location in the centre of New York city!
5.6 Review score 41,431 reviews
Lovely management coprative staffs housekeeping very good & full secure I will come back with my family.
7.6 Good 12,234 reviews
Every thing it was amazing 😉