231 Hudson St, New York City, NY 10013-1412
If you’re hip and savvy and stay up all night, maybe this is the place for you.
Trendy vibe with rooftop and hipster feel.
It is newly updated—has a super hip and modern, very clean, staff were great, and it's close to subway and bus lines.
Is “hip” the new term for cheap?
It’s fun, hip, reasonably priced and perfectly located in SoHo.
Nice and very clean Hotel , very friendly staff and the Rooftop is very special with excellent bartenders they serve really good drinks and food .
The aesthetic is very nice and the staff are very friendly and helpful.
The staff are super friendly and attentive.
The front desk staff are always knowledgeable and friendly.. Joe and Dan directed me to great sites around town.
Very polite and friendly and always eager to help.
From the room to the rooftop bar everything was clean, fun, and welcoming.
The staff were super accommodating and the rooftop bar is a must.
My room was amazing, with a beautiful view of the city, and the rooftop bar was phenomenal.
They’ve also got a great lounge to work at and the coolest rooftop bar.
I actually spent a lot of time working on my laptop in the common work space area and the guests were all young working professionals.
The staff was very friendly and professional.. a special thanks to Caroline, she was extremely helpful by giving us information on different restaurants and shops in the area.
I would definitely stay here again, and recommend anyone in the area to stay at this location.
very friendly staff .nice lounge area.
but everytime the AC clicked on - and it was often - it sounded like a plane landed in our room.
We didn’t have AC for hours and had to switch rooms 3x in total before reaching a solution.
The AC did not work one day (out of 3), so not terrible,
The air conditioning wasn’t working & would leak water all over the floor.
however there was no decorations and it didn’t even have heaters outside.
The rooms are small
The rooms are small
Super small rooms, cheaply designed (you know, like when you try to turn a faucet handle and the whole fixture moves).
The rooms were small
102 North End Avenue, New York City, NY 10282-1238
We were able to take a few tours (Statue of Liberty and WTC Memorial) and we could walk to both places.
You can also walk to the ferry for the Statue of Liberty and that was 25 minutes away, walking time.
The Hudson River Suites provide tremendous views of the River and the Statue of Liberty.
Views of Statue of Liberty and Hudson River from your rooms .
You are walking distance to all 911 Memorials, churches and statue of Liberty.
The location was just what we were looking for- walking distance to Battery park, Brooklyn Bridge, and just down the street from the World Trade Center.
Its located near the World Trade Center and is convenient to most things in the Chelsea area.
We stopped into the Conrad which is right across from the new World Trade Center/Liberty Plaza for a rest after touring the Battery in NYC.
The location is wonderful with Brookfield Place mall right across the street which connects to the Occulus, Path station, Subway station, World Trade Center buildings.
Very easy to get around from here, and close to the World Trade Center.
Awful Awful experience, the operators take ages to pick up the phone , as a Diamond member we never got a long term rate!
..5 calls and 30 mins later it’s brought up.
If they couldn’t reach me in room, they’d call my cellphone or text which became a bit much sometimes.
In-Room Dining was even able to be ordered via the Mobile App.
Each day we would come back to impeccably cleaned room, even using little ties to wrap our phone cords.
This hotel is beautiful, updated, plush, high end, and convenient to many great places to eat, subway, and attractions.
Subway is only a few blocks away, Wall Street is walking distance.
Easy access to the subway.
Now it has a beautiful tree lined waterfront with many enticing open cafe style restaurants, Eataly, Le District, great shopping if that's your thing, VIEWS and great subway and water taxi access.
The hotel is near the 9/11 memorial and the train station there services all of the subway lines.
My room was actually a good sized suite, with ample working and seating areas and a large bathroom, particularly by New York standards.
This area is also quiet for a NY street.
but on the weekend mornings it is a nice easy cab or uber ride and the beauty of the area makes staying there so worth it.
My river view suite with separate work area supported me in writing, resting, in-room dining with friends, and a quick elevator ride to the amazing rooftop lounge.
We would defiantly recommend this hotel and most certainly be back if we were visiting the area.
2130 Broadway, New York City, NY 10023-1724
We bought food across the street at the market and ate sandwiches for dinner each night.
Close to Columbia University, a Trader Joe’s and Whole Foods (as well as the famous Zabars market).
No food service at this time, so can't attest to that. But each room/suite comes with a kitchen of sorts, and there are two wonderful markets across the street (and a great liquor store next door!)
The food market across the road was my go to place for meals to cook and eat in my room, found the bar a wee bit expensive.
Everything you need in a pinch is right there - market across the street, loads of coffee and food choices within the block.
For those who are coming from out of town- the location is fabulous- steps to an express subway (one stop to Times Square, about 20 minutes to Soho in the local) and walking distance to Central Park.
Upper west-side location is great - walking distance from Central Park, museums, Lincoln Centre, restaurants, transit plus Fairway and Zabars for food.
We had a great stay at Hotel Beacon - it's location was perfect to access the subway, supermarket across the road, nearby restaurants, walking distance to Central Park.
The location is superb, close to Central Park, Lincoln Center and even Broadway Theaters.
Beacon Hotel offers not only a very good location, with Central Park at walking distance and plenty of restaurants around,
It was nice to put the baby to bed and watch TV in the separate living area.
The suite layout was beautifully decorated and the kitchenette was well-supplied, allowing us a comfortable lounge area and practical management of meals during our stay.
Hotel and area were quiet/not crowded, and staff masked as were most in the area as well.
I would recommend this hotel to anyone and everyone that plans to stay in the area.
Like the area and hotel.
When we asked the hotel to fix the issue or apply a credit they said “maybe next time.” Also, kitchen did not have pans for the oven, only the stove.
So you cant also know the time since your phone charges away from you.
We also had a problem with the swipe card not working on our door.
They have gone green too, when you check in you get key cards including one that turns on your lights there is a slot right at the entrance to your room.
No where to charge devices near bed.
Bathroom is small,
Cons - Small bathroom with minimal counter space.
Bathroom was only small
The bathroom was a little small and the marble floors were freezing in the morning
A couple of negatives are worth mentioning: despite the fact that we had a suite, the bathroom was tiny.
Extremely quiet, near the subway and Central Park, across from a grocery store.
Also very close to subway stops.
Close to subway, supermarket and coffee shop.
The location was excellent, near the subway, supermarket, Century 21, Marshalls and Grays Papaya.
Close to 72nd subway.
Tasteful, non-obtrusive pictures on walls.
First room we had was on the 7th floor with room that looked into a brick wall!
The noise from the adjacent mechanical room and/or elevator was unacceptably and they've place the headboard of the bed against the noisiest wall.
who quieted down after my wife banged on the wall, and the hot water in the bathroom taking an inordinate amount of time to come on.
511 Lexington Avenue at 48th Street, New York City, NY 10017
Few minute walk to Grand Central, and within 2 miles of Times Square, Central Park and loads of other places.
Otherwise, it was a very good place to stay, and one is only a short walk from MOMA and a slightly longer walk to Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Location is central to many things- theatre district, Times Square, 5th Avenue, Central Park.
The hotel is within walking distance of Central Park, the 5th Avenue museums, and midtown.
Walkable to Central Park, shopping, museums, Times Square, Broadway, all the Christmas retail windows, Saks light and music show.
Brilliant position to visit everything and felt safe at all Times , I was concerned we would be in a bad area
Love the common/public areas, restaurant is good, and a Starbucks is attached to the lobby!
Speaking of the restaurant area, I think the concept at the Lexington is perfect.
Surprisingly quiet room (I was 11 floors up) for the area.
Great restaurants in every price range in a 5 block area.
No coffee or other amenities in the room.
The auto toilet was turned off.
One issue to be aware of is the $35/night destination amenity fee.
but in the meantime, we are enjoying the amenities such as a poshy breakfast, daily passes to Crunch and massive common areas to work or just hang out.
Bathroom however was particularly tiny
though the basic services were not available the hotel still charged the daily activity fee…I tend to disagree with that policy.
We were charged a destination fee- we stay at the Westin often and never are charged a destination fee.
but you need to be aware of the destination charge and how you can use it.
Was charged $25 for 2 small bottles of beer.
With a 25-dollar destination charge and various taxes, it came up a little over 200 for the night.
It’s claim yo fame was having Marilyn Monroe and Joe DiMaggio as residents when they were married.
I love the Marilyn Monroe/Joe DeMaggio theme that runs throughout the hotel.
The staff is terrific, the room I booked initially was not available, they immediately offer me an upgrade in the lovely Marylyn Monroe suite !
This refurbished 1929-built hotel with a Marilyn Monroe theme has a warm welcoming cozy lobby and welcoming front desk staff.
At the Lexington, a big part is Marylin Monroe and Joe DiMaggio living there when they were married.
The location was perfect, close to Grand Central and walking distance to other cool things.
First and foremost, the location is fabulous; walking distance to Grand Central and many subway station, it seems I can get anywhere I need to go within 30 minutes from this hotel.
Walking distance to Grand Central (and from there pretty much anywhere).
Clean, super convenient location in Midtown and close to Grand Central as well!
The hotel is within walking distance of Grand Central Station, the subway, and buses, so it's easy to get around.
The rooms are small
I was very surprised with the room being so small and no dresser, The shower did not work right, the sink got stopped up and clogged every time we used it.
The rooms are small and the hotel is old.
Our room was tiny,
As lifelong NYers, we know that hotels here are expensive, rooms are tiny and good hotel experiences are hard to come by,
2 6th Avenue, New York City, NY 10013-2401
Music, movies and magnificent munchies to name a few reasons to stay here.
We saw a movie in their cinema, which we loved!
You might see some big film and music people staying here.
I am counting the days until the Roxy re-opens the lobby bar/restaurant, the theater, and the jazz club.
When we arrived we felt like we were walking through a classic theatre or jazz bar, very old New York and a great first impression!
After that, the music quiets down
Loud (although decent) live jazz until after 10pm each night on weekends (Atrium-style hotel, like an Embassy Suites) so the music comes up and into all the rooms.
It was loud in our room from the band - we were on the 4th floor -
The rooms should come with earplugs and they need to soundproof that lobby somehow.
We didn’t hear sirens and horns honking at night like in midtown.
The music is terrific and the food is great as well.
The jazz band plays in the lobby until 10:30pm, and it feels like they are playing right outside your room (it’s an atrium hotel).
Everyone is so friendly the bar is delightful, music is lively!
The music and the musicians are exceptional.
Music, movies and magnificent munchies to name a few reasons to stay here.
Thank you to Leonardo for your excellent service at our table, to Patrick for his warm smile and helpfulness in hailing me a cab, and to numerous others whose name I didn't catch,
A particular shoutout to Leonardo and Ali who always go the extra mile to make sure we have everything we could possibly need.
Leonardo H is the best server in this joint.
Everything was perfect - I will definitely be back, especially when I know Leonardo is on shift!
Leonardo my waiter was very friendly guy the I like the food I eat the person that made it know what he was doing but Leonardo was a very good person I definably come back and recommend people to come over and see Leonardo
We ended our stay with a well-priced car ride to the airport ordered by the hotel (cabs in the area are a bit sparse)—bring cash for this as there is a surcharge to use your credit card.
At check out we were charged a $35 per night “amenity fee.” This may have been in the reservation terms
but they refused to reverse the charge.
Whoever is in charge - look at your dwindling crowds - how many people are in the movie theater ?
All these are available for hotel guests to use without charge.
Love the surrounding area walk anywhere like your living in Tribeca.
We stayed at the Roxy for two nights while visiting family in the area, and had a nice time.
The Tribeca area is just a fabulous part of the City to explore.
The location is very convenient (but know that most “Tribeca” hotels are actually “Holland Tunnel entrance zone,” so expect some angry traffic jams in the area).
If staying in this area again, we'd definitely come back here.
848 Washington Street, New York City, NY 10014-1308
Met the Mayor of Meatpacking District Roberto.
The meatpacking district is a great place to spend time and no destination is better for it than the standard Biergarten.
As a local living in the Meatpacking District I look for welcoming and relaxed spaces to sit outside with the dog and eat great food with amazing service.
The location in the Meatpacking District gives you a sense of being away from it all yet totally central.
Overall it was a good stay and I needed to be in the Meatpacking district I'd visit again.
And the rooms are expensive and small -- even for NYC.
stayed this weekend location - great price - high value - low room - tired and worn not great would not recommend to my friends - over priced - will not return view ok - front desk was good resturant way over priced $12 bagel
Not worth it for the price with such poor service.
Next time if I don’t get my usual choice, the Gf will just have to enjoy another hotel where the money you pay is put into the size of the room.
They charge you an activity fee of $30 a person.
Awesome 2 day staycation celebrating my birthday with my youngest daughter.Check in process made worry free and effortless for this technie challenged guest because of front desk associate Amahl Clarke.
It was my birthday, and we stayed at the Standard as a treat.
We were treated like princesses for my friends 26th birthday.
We went for my boyfriend’s birthday as a staycation .
Amex's Travel Concierge even called them to let them know in advance (they spoke to a lady named Elyssa) that the purpose of my visit is for my birthday,
The rooms are fun and new, the views are the best in the city and the gym is world class.
It was a “staycation.” We had beautiful views of the city skyline and the staff was attentive, friendly and helpful!
The Room: Upon entering the smell was that of fresh linen and it was spotless, i had a city view corner room and it was spectacular, the stand alone tub took my stay the extra mile.
The Queen Room was perfect for a few days of work and relaxing while taking in the best view in the city.
Not only did we get a king bed and tub, we were given the CORNER KING room with sweeping views of the city and water.
The room was perfect for this, it was spacious, had a wonderful view of Manhattan and the river and a perfect work area with a height adjustable table.
The room was great, staff friendly and accomodating, and the hotel is in such an amazing area with lots to do (at and around the hotel, since the hotel has their own events)!
It's a trendy area
Lastly, the hotel is in the middle of a huge downtown, meatpacking area "scene" - the streets right outside, the lobby, etc.
Look closely, you will see the sitting area is in picture next to the bed.
Even with the window closed and double paned windows we were kept awake by the noise.
The noise from the club at night shakes all of the rooms (they could turn the music down 10-20% and get the same club experience with a better sleep experience IMO).
Service was lacklustre (staff made bookings on the rooftop that was not honoured, room service was impossible to reach due to their staff being overwhelmed), and the room had tons of noise coming from other rooms' plumbing.
For example, At 2am on a Thursday we were woken up to the sounds of a party, only to be dismissed and told it was probably the rooftop bar… we’re 5 floors down from it.
4-A-M. Perhaps I should have been alerted by the complimentary earplugs in the toiletry kit,
870 7th Ave, New York City, NY 10019-4369
You are in walking distance to Times Square without the noise, hustle and bustle.
The Good - location in Midtown is walkable to Times Square, Central Park, 30 Rockefeller, Bryant Park, NYPL, etc.
It is right near Times Square and there is a train station right by it.
The hotel is close to Times Square and Central Park, very clean and nicely designed.
You are in near to Time Square, near all public transport, walking gets you to see everything and November December is great time to go to see Christmas taking place.
The manager, Elizabeth, also helped me resolve a tricky situation with my booking agent.
Elizabeth, the front desk manager, was always helpful and so kind.
Elizabeth from Park Central was always very helpful and friendly.
Broadway, Central Park, TS, about a million restaurants….Ask for Elizabeth when you check in.
Park central hotel has excellent location (in between Times Square and Central Park) and is run by the sweetest woman -- Elizabeth was very helpful and kind, and assisted us with our every need.
however, I was charged 87.00 without being notified.
She said to check in with my phone on mobile app or something. I asked her how to do that and get my key card for the room she said, " You will just have to wait than!"
They are not at all supportive and has not given me final invoice or final folio till now.
but it some how messed up the billing.
Finally came home to have over $400 in erroneous charges on my credit card.
The elevators took about 5-10 minutes to go up and down.
The elevators were slow and it was sometimes difficult to get on.
Elevators are too small.
Most elevators were out of service and once an elevator got on our floor, it was already packed -- not great in light of Covid19.
Terrible smell of cigarette as soon as you step out elevator and continues down hallway.
The Concierge had Great Suggestions for Restaurants, Directions, and General Knowledge of the Area.
I then went into like 10 other hotels in the area
It's in a more quiet area, flanked by the hectic time square and Central Park areas.
They were amazing as well with their knowledge of the area and what was open and closed during COVID which also was an immense help when venturing out.
The hotel location is the best - close to the Central Park and to the time square (but not too close) Next to the train station and also to a citibike stand.
The proximity to Central Park and EVERYTHING else is stellar.
I chose Park Central because of its proximity to Central Park.
Overall, I like Park Central Hotel New York, convenient location, close to Central park, really close subway.
Great location right near Central Park.
So be wary if you are paying at a discounted rate for a future reservation.
I paid for two queen beds.
but the resort fee still applies.
We didn't see or receive anything to justify that fee.
Rates were low
189 Bowery, New York City, NY 10002-2871
The hotel location is fantastic being so near to the Lower East Side, the Bowery, Chinatown, Little Italy, etc.
It's near Chinatown and Little Italy, and extremely walkable to other great spots in NYC.
The area was nice, super close to the subway and close to soho, little Italy, Chinatown etc.
but close to Little Italy, Chinatown, and Chelsea market, and very easy to get to from LGA.
Moreover, the location is really great because Soho, Chinatown, Little Italy are all within walking distance.
You will not find a more comfortable bed in NYC, the shower is amazing and the price is good HOWEVER the hotel is not the cleanest, the staff aren't very friendly/helpful and its located in a not so nice area.
We usually stayed in the Times Square area
The Living Room area was so inviting, inspiring and laid back where you can be social
They also have a great rooftop lounge with more street art, an outdoor seating area which is prime for photo-ops, and great signature drinks - highly recommend going the cocktail route at the bar!
I love sitting in the living room area while finishing up my end of day emails sipping on one of their signature cocktails.
Def recommend getting the high floor (they placed me on 18th/19) city view add-on.
We paid more for a city view and it was worth it.
Amazingly large bed next to an oversized window with a view of the city.
Room was cozy and well appointed and had an incredible view of the city right from the bed.
The rooftop bar has phenomenal 180 degree views of the city, including the Empire State Building.
The room is small,
While the room for some might be "small", the layout and use of space is great.
the room seemed small when I first walked in
Rooms were small
the room was a little bit of small
Rooftop bar was beautiful.
Got back to NY and was so glad to see the rooftop bar here has opened again!
I thoroughly enjoyed breakfast along with great coffee and the roof top bar is a jaw dropper.
Front desk staff and roof top bar staff was wonderful.
The downstairs has eclectic art and a great bar, and the rooftop bar is fantastic with great views of the Freedom Tower and Empire State Building.
485 7th Avenue, New York City, NY 10018-6804
Yes, there's a king bed and no room for anything else. literally.
but I didn't come to NY to stay in my room.
I booked a room for a week (business trip).
Rooms are the size of a closet, completely impractical for work.
Giving exceptions for normal NYC issues like super small rooms and limited services, plan accordingly if you book this hotel.
I stayed in a Queen guest room which was overall small and lacked most amenities I would expect to see in a Marriott property.
The room is tiny,
The room was small,
Moxy rooms are very small no matter where you are at,
Nice and very modern hotel, ideal for young people.
I really enjoy the vibes of the place, is super clean and modern and comfortable.
Please note the digital elevator set up is very modern and takes a minute to get used to.
The hotel is very modern and very well kitted out.
The hotel is great and in a fabulous location, very modern and quite quirky.
If you're 22, this hip NYC hostile is perfect with its neon lights, music, rooftop bar, and a barbershop/tattoo parlor in the lobby!
The property offers two bars, one standard on the second floor, and the magic hour rooftop bar and lounge, which was very vibey and featured limited edition art statuettes and floral installments perfect for the social media.
We had a drink at Magic Hour their Rooftop Bar and can't wait to come back.
The hotel has contactless check-in, good location and a nice rooftop bar on the last floor.
The rooftop bar was super cool and well themed like a carnival.
button was a very good design feature, steamer in room was great for getting outfits ready to go out into the city, close to times square and brunch on the rooftop is brilliant with a great view of the empire state and surrounding buildings.
Walking distance to Times Square and the Empire State Building.
Close to time square, Empire State Building and much more.
i get it it’s real close to times square
Very close to Times Square and other places.
The sliding doors between the meeting rooms don't open all the way, and the entire 2nd floor is a bar/open space, with a very LOUD staff that doesn't get biz meetings need a quiet space.
At night, rooms were super noisy with the bass from the bar/club clearly heard until around 2am.
The noise went on until after 2am even from other guest.
My only criticism was the constant smell of marijuana filling the halls and the trash that was left consistently outside rooms.
When I went downstairs to ask why we were being told to “lower out noise” when we we not making any, (in fact that was a very noisy hotel as it was at capacity and in the city), I was met with hostility and disrespect.
We like the area, it's right in the middle of everything, My wife and I stayed 3 nights, yes close quarters,
In fact, everything is compact from the check-in area to the elevators.
The bar was great too, and it gave us a great area to relax after a long day.
The hotel does offer a variety of nightlife/dining areas
but for the location it was OK. We did find some items under the bed so housekeeping didn't check that area very well.
128 E 45th St, New York City, NY 10017-3104
Elizabeth at the front desk greeted us with high energy.
I had a very nice stay at CQ - special thanks to Elizabeth and Omar for making the stay feel nice from the beginning to its end.
Elizabeth was one the persons who assisted me throughout the weekend.
Elizabeth B., She is so wonderful, employees like her make it 5 stars.
Elizabeth at the desk was fantastic!
-The noise from the elevators was quite annoying, especially at night.
Not to mention how long it took for the elevator to get to me.
The only negative that we noticed during our stay was that we were joined by a maintenance engineer in the elevator during one of its stops when we thought that there was a one party/elevator policy.
There is a problem with the elevators that is frustrating and may be why one staff member at the front desk is so discourteous.
but when I stayed there in Feb, and elevators didn't work with regular room keys.
Hopefully the dining area will open again soon.
The location is easy to find, the food in the area is great.
The rooftop area was a great place to unwind and I slept like a baby.
But I think, that the next time, I will stay in the quarter hotel that is located in time square, because I love this area (many shops and restaurant, much more than the quarter hotel located near lexington avenue).
There were sanitizing areas as well and it really showed that the hotel was taking the virus seriously.
The hotel is well-priced and wonderfully convenient, next to Grand Central and near family
Great location near Grand Central Stations with tons of metro lines to move around the city.
This hotel was super close to grand central and the check-in/out process was super easy, all on your phone!
Helpful, friendly staff, very clean quarters, nice room design, comfortable bed, great location near Grand Central Station.
If you are looking for the convenience of walking distance to Grand Central Station and other Uptown hot spots this place is for you.
The best part of the hotel for me, besides the well appointed room, was the 27th floor terrace.
27-floor terrace has a decent view.
The location, room and the view from our floor and terrace was amazing.
The coffee and snacks provided 24/7, and the 27th floor terrace and also great bonuses.
There are amenities like a 27th floor terrace with snacks, coffee, computers and wine from 5pm to 6pm.
AC was loud.
Room didn’t smell the best, AC was off so room was very hot and musty at first.
Room was tattered and AC unit was extremely loud..not a central run unit.
There was no hot water, AC was extremely loud and non fonctional.
I suspect there aren't enough staff yet, which explains why they didn't inspect my room when I first reported a damp carpet, and only came after the carpet was squishing with water due to a clogged A/C condensate drain line.
the room was tiny like a closet, not a real room; the bed wasn't queen, it was more like a full size; no cold water in the bathroom, just hot or scalding hot.
The hotel is new, and well-designed; my room was small
The rooms are small,
The basic room I had was quite small and I think set up for one person
Only complaint is that rooms are way too small even for NYC standards