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Located in Midtown Manhattan, between Bryant Park and the Empire State Building, this hotel offers rooms with iPod docking stations. Very good location, very clean , very nice room , excellent service
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. This is the third time I have stayed here.
Set in the Hell's Kitchen district of New York, SpringHill Suites New York Manhattan/Times Square South offers a fitness center. This hotel offers superb value and the room feels the same as a Marriott main brand hotel: the room...
Attractively set in the Hell's Kitchen district of New York, Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott New York Manhattan/Times Square South is located 2297 feet from Macy's, 0.6 mi from Madison Square... Hotel is very clean, friendly staff and nice breakfast.
Voted one of Travel Weekly's best midscale hotels. The property features a fitness center, a shared lounge and a bar. One of the best hotels I have been - great design, amazing people, breathtaking view.
The Hilton Garden Inn New York Times Square South is located less than 0.6 mi away from Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and 0.8 mi from Times Square. Complimentary WiFi is provided. The bed was extremely comfortable.
Featuring free WiFi and a fitness center, Embassy Suites By Hilton New York Midtown Manhattan offers pet-friendly accommodations in New York. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar. my room gave me the city view and I loved it
Offering a complimentary breakfast, Hyatt House New York/Chelsea is 2113 feet from the Empire State Building. The second-floor bar offers a Sip + Savor menu. Bed was so comfy. Shower fantastic. Great location and great breakfast.
Set in New York's vibrant Garment District, just steps from the focal Times Square, Hotel Shocard, New York is a modern facility with a retro flair. I loved absolutely everything! The staff was so so helpful and nice, made my stay absolutely...
Located 1585 feet from the Madison Square Park, Carlton Arms Hotel offers art-influenced accommodations in Manhattan. The Carlton Arms Hotel is a five-story walkup. It took me a moment to find the entrance, staircase to the 2nd floor, very pleased with the staff,...
This Beaux-Arts hotel with a French Renaissance design has a restaurant/bar and enjoys a central Manhattan location. Location and cleanliness and comfort
Featuring Danny Meyer’s MARTA restaurant and Caffe Marchio, The Redbury New York is located in the NoMad neighborhood in New York, 919 feet from Madison Square Park. Free WiFi access is available. Décor of Redbury was excellent, staff very friendly and helpful, wonderfully clean and comfortable...
This New York City hotel is less than a 10-minute walk from Grand Central Station and shopping on Fifth Avenue. It is an eco-friendly hotel and every room features a 42-inch flat-screen TV.
Boasting a rich history of notable guests, this hotel is located in Manhattan, within a 7 minute walk of Times Square and Grand Central Station. The hotel offers a 24-hour fitness center. Wonderful atmosphere. Hamlet the cat.
Located 1378 feet from Madison Square Garden, this hotel in the Chelsea section of Manhattan has an on-site restaurant and offers free WiFi. The 28th Street subway station is 1056 feet away. The hotel is situated very close to everything and you can enjoy the city without any worries.
Located adjacent to Grand Central Terminal, this Manhattan hotel features onsite dining and the 24/7 StayFit fitness center. Rooms include a flat-screen TV and an iPod docking station. The location of the Hyatt is so central we walked everywhere within minutes.
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. This is your perfect headquarter for several city trips throuout NYC.
Offering free 1GB WiFi, Park Terrace Hotel on Bryant Park offers accommodations in Midtown Manhattan, steps from Bryant Park and the New York Public Library. Lovely view from breafkfast hall and very helpful staff.
Located 1056 feet from Bryant Park, Archer Hotel New York offers complimentary WiFi. Times Square is less than a mile away from the hotel. Perfect hotel in a great location.
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 loved the design. I liked the open space lobby.
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. Excellent location, very friendly staff, spatious room
Set in New York, Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel features free WiFi. Built in 2016, the property is within a 4 minutes' walk of Macy's and and Madison Square Garden. Room and view were great, staff were super friendly and helpful.
Park South Hotel, part of JdV by Hyatt is located 1969 feet from the Empire State Building. Onsite amenities include free WiFi, 24-hour fitness center, 2 dining destinations and one rooftop bar. Everything work well.. breakfast very good !
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. Gorgeous, truly authentic Japanese hotel
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.
Visited the 86th floor . The view of the city from there was amazing. The visit to the top of a sky scraper can transcend our perspective about the city . It certainly offers an opportunity to see our society more collectively .
Paid for the vip tickets here and it’s the first time I have felt like a vip. Skipped hours of queues. We were escorted straight past all lines, they even stopped people to let us past and made sure we got straight in the lift to the top. Can take hours to get in so if your time conscious book the vip tickets.
On the two visits I've made at different times of the year, summer and winter, early morning or late afternoon seemed to have less queues. However while there was interesting photographic display of the building's evolution it is limited what it offers to the visitor.
The hotel is conveniently located near Grand Central, the Empire State Building, and the Rockefeller Center. The subway is nearby. The staff is hospitable, and Elizabeth B. is an absolute gem who will enrich your stay. The room was clean and comfortable, with a great view. We arrived 4 hours before the check-in time, and Elizabeth was able to accommodate us with a room without waiting.
Stayed here in July 2021 with my 9 year old daughter. We arrived via Amtrack train and hotel was within walking distance to Times Square, Empire State building, and several stores (Target, Macy's, etc.). Great bagel place across the street for an amazing breakfast. The hotel was super modern, clean and comfortable. I would absolutely stay here again!
I liked the location of the hotel. It was close to many tourist attractions (Time Square, Rockefeller Center, Empire State Building, Central park etc.) and train station but at the same time the place were quiet which is important when you want to rest after a long day. Near the hotel you can find a dining place where you can eat a delicious breakfast.
The room was spacious. It had a magnificent view of the Empire State Building. The hotel is near to the Penn Station, Times Square and many restaurants. It was the perfect location for tourist looking to explore Manhattan. The staff were so friendly. Hi Sha, Saint and the Trini security gaurd (didnt get his name) Loved our stay. Thank you so much!
The Stewart hotel was located a few blocks from Times Square and the Empire state building. It was only a 30 minute car ride from the world trade center. It seem every thing was close at hand. Penn Station and Madison Square gardens was located right across the street. Most of all the staff was very helpful and polite.
The New Yorker has a centralized location that you can reach different famous spots: Times Square, various shopping and restaurants, Empire State Building is two or three blocks away that you can see standing in front of the hotel. Most of all Madison Square Garden is practically across the street.
The rooftop was awesome. The bar was not open but there was comfortable seating and an amazing view of the empire state building and of the city. It was a perfect way to end a day of sightseeing.
The size of the room was small, and this just may be standard for NYC hotel rooms, but the view of the Empire State building and one world trade center made up for it. The location was perfect.
Excellent location and very comfortable room. Very friendly staff - helpful to our requests. Very close to Empire state building and located on a street between 5th and 6th avenue.
Good location, close to nice Korean restaurants and the Empire State Building. Easy access to buses, but less so to the subway. The friendly staff was helpful.
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!