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Located in Midtown Manhattan, between Bryant Park and the Empire State Building, this hotel offers rooms with iPod docking stations. everything. Best hotel in the world.
This boutique Manhattan hotel is located in the Theater District and steps from Times Square. The hotel offers a daily continental breakfast, free Wi-Fi and 24-hour access to refreshments. friendly staff, amazing location. Very quiet and comfortable.
Located in New York, a 7-minute walk from Flatiron Building, The Ritz-Carlton New York, NoMad has accommodations with a fitness center, private parking, a garden and a bar. I was so pleasantly surprised by this hotel!
Featuring 4-star accommodations, TownePlace Suites by Marriott New York Manhattan/Chelsea is located in New York, a 8-minute walk from Madison Square Garden and 0.6 miles from Flatiron Building. Great location close to the subway and walking distance from everything.
Located conveniently in the Chelsea district of New York, SpringHill Suites by Marriott New York Manhattan Chelsea is located a 8-minute walk from Madison Square Garden, 0.6 miles from Flatiron... View. Breakfasts. Friendly and supportive staff.
Wingate by Wyndham New York Midtown South/5th Ave provides rooms in New York near Penn Station and New York Public Library. The breakfast was a bit underwhelming but it was ok.
Set in the Hell's Kitchen district of New York, SpringHill Suites New York Manhattan/Times Square South offers a fitness center. great location, lovely staff, great room. super central!
Attractively located in the Hell's Kitchen district of New York, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott New York Manhattan/Times Square South is located a 7-minute walk from Madison Square Garden, 0.7... We enjoyed our stay at this hotel, don't understand why so many bad reviews.
Located 805 from Times Square and 1585 feet from the Madison Square Garden, this Midtown Manhattan hotel offers a complimentary hot and cold breakfast buffet daily. I have been to many places around the world and have been lucky enough to stay in many different...
Virgin Hotels New York City features a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, fitness center, a garden and terrace in New York. Amazing hotel, every detail is beautiful.
Chelsea Rooms NYC has accommodations in New York near Times Square and Flatiron Building. The 2-star hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a shared bathroom and free WiFi. The Hotel was great all in all- an all you can eat breakfast was provided and had various options of...
Located in New York City, this completely nonsmoking hotel provides free internet access. The 34th Street - Herald Square Subway Station is 1066 feet from the hotel. Central location within walking distance to most sites and just a few blocks from central station,...
.Newly renovated Extended Stay Hotel 31 is conveniently Located in the heart of New York City on 31st Street between Lexington and Park Avenue South.. I liked everything: from the front desk kindness and efficiency to the cleaning service.
Located in New York and with Madison Square Garden reachable within a 8-minute walk, Aloft New York Chelsea provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and...
Located in central Manhattan and across the street from Bryant Park, this boutique hotel offers complimentary WiFi and gym. New York Public Library is 528 feet from the property. The hotel rooms are big compared to hotels in Manhattan.
This Manhattan property is 1312 feet from a subway station and a 6-minute walk from the Empire State Building. It features a restaurant, rooftop bar and rooms with free WiFi. Great location, value, and comfort.
Offering free 1GB WiFi, Park Terrace Hotel offers accommodations in Midtown Manhattan, steps from Bryant Park and the New York Public Library. Amazing staff. Always helpful and friendly, especially Harry.
Hotel AKA NoMad invites you to experience sophisticated style and residential comfort in the heart of Manhattan’s Design District, surrounded by the city’s best shopping, dining, and entertainment. We booked a terrace room and it had amazing views. Very clean, quiet hotel with lovely caring staff
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. I stayed at the Made Hotel while I was on my business trip.
Located 1056 feet from Bryant Park, Archer Hotel New York offers complimentary WiFi. Times Square is less than a mile away from the hotel. Nice & clean place, suitable for vacations with family and meetings with business partners, no...
This Japanese-style hotel is located 1640 feet from Grand Central Station and features a rotating repertoire of gallery pieces in the lobby. There are 2 on-site restaurants. The staff is so very helpful and thoughtful!
Featuring modern art reproductions throughout the property, Broadway Plaza Hotel is located in the NoMad neighborhood in New York, 1312 feet from the Flatiron Building. Excellent location, the bed was super comfortable, and the staff was so sweet and friendly.
Expensive but worth it. Staff at the top were helpful and knowledgeable about the skyline. Good exhibition about the history of the building. We went on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in August without booking and there was no queue!
Get a city pass with access to the Empire State Building if you can. This will save on the price of entry ticket as well as allowing you to skip the queue on arrival. Well worth it if you are short on time.
Keep in mind that it gets very busy and it's heated during winter, so it can get very hot and crowded inside. I would recommend layering clothes so you can stay an okay temperature during the whole visit. I wouldn't wait for the elevators as it can get very long, you can always grab the stairs up to the viewing points and it's only 6 flights.
The first time I was at the Empire State was in 1966,I was vey young,and everything overwelmed me,you have to visite the Empire State Building,because it was one of the first Sky-scrapers of the city New York-Manhattan.
Be prepared to wait.. In line..for a LONG time. The views at the top are phenomal, it really has a beautiful city scape view, but we spent hours queuing here and it is very badly organised.. There were two queue lines, but everyone queued on one side only as there was no one available to tell us where to go.. Then folks from the very back of the queue decided to go into the other queue line, and skipped past all of us who had been waiting for hours. Very unfair but no-one was on hand to organise the crowd
My maternal grandfather and grand uncle were two Irish workers who helped to build this historic building. I am extremely proud of them for their contribution in helping to build an iconic building. Buy a New York Visitor card - it saves you a lot of money and also you can beat the queues too.
The great view of the Empire State Building from our room was a delight. The room was bright and airy -- the size as expected for NYC. On check-in, the front desk staff were so nice and helpful, it really was a delight. People seemed to want to help. The in-room coffee was pretty decent. The cleaning staff were thorough and happy to work with our schedule. The hotel location was great with access to tons of restaurants, transit, and sights to see. An easy 700m walk from Penn Station.
Excellent location on A, C, and E subway lines (if you choose to travel from the airport by metro, you get out just 50 meters from the hotel door). Within walking distance from Empire State Building and Time Square (30 min.), One WTC (40 min.), High Line (1 block). Room small but comfortable and very well equipped (coffee set, safe, hair dryer, TV, AC, toiletries, etc.) Hotel staff friendly and helpful. Basic breakfast included in price. Nice style and pleasant atmosphere.
Excellent location, close to the subway with several cafes and restaurants nearby and just a 10 min walk to Fifth Ave. The hotel is cozy, and the staff were very warm and welcoming. My room looked out to the Empire State building and a quiet backstreet, which was amazing for rest after long days of exploring the city. The room was perfect for one person, though it may have been a little snug for two people.
No offense, it's not a fancy hotel. But it's so quiet I didn't hear a single siren at night. The staff is so friendly and helpful. The beds were comfortable. Great location: Walking distance from the Empire State Building, the Chrysler Building, Grand Central, NY Public Library, Bryant Park, Times Square (but far enough away).
I loved this hotel! The location was great, we had an amazing view of the Empire State Building from our room. We could walk to Bryant Park, Empire State Building, Time Square, etc. It was clean, breakfast was great, and I loved the patio and enjoyed the view every night we were there. I highly recommend this hotel.
Air conditioner worked very well (it was 95* outside when we were there). The hotel is old but you can NOT beat the location. Steps from Time Square, the Broadway district. We (Mother & Adult daughter) walked at night to the Empire State Building and back and never felt unsafe.
Comfortable king bed suite with view of Empire State Building. Friendly and helpful housekeeping and front desk staff. Very convenient location in Midtown Manhattan close to Fifth Ave. Relatively reasonable room rate compared to other hotels in the area.
Great location. Many of the central attractions were 0.2-0.4 miles walking distance. Close to the Empire State Building, Broadway, Herald Square, Macy's department store. Midtown Manhattan, Time Square. Subway just outside of the hotel.
Roof Top bar was great you could see the Empire State Building. Excellent location easy walk to Times square. Excellent Deli in the next block The beds were comfy. Hotel restaurant was very good.
Small rooms but modern and nicely decorated. Close to Penn station. The Vue 180 rooftop lounge was great, the views here are beautiful with a perfect view of the Empire State Building.
The Empire State Building gives you an amazing view of the city's night skyline. I will recommend the Top of the Rock for the view of the city's day skyline - you'll be able to get a picture of the Empire State Building from here.
Get tickets for Empire State in advance to fast track for tickets.
Top off the Rock. Means you can actually view the Empire State building, plus enjoy a cocktail or two if it is raining!
If you want to avoid the crowds then I suggest going very early or late. My best suggestion is to do the Empire State Building at night. I went at 11.30 and didn't wait in line at all!! It's also open til 2am.
Check if you can book in advance. The best thing we found was booking a time slot early in the day (at Rockefella and 9/11 Memorial) and returning later in the day after experiencing places where you didn't have to queue (Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge). This meant we didn't waste half our day queueing for an attraction (queues for Statue of Liberty and Empire State Building were horrendous and did not offer the option to book a time).
We went to the 'Top Of The Rock' (Rockerfeller center) which gave an outstanding view, the main view was of the Empire State building but you could see for miles!