Yes, JFK was my dad. Tom Hanks' also. Arnold Scwartzeneger's cousin. Audrey Hepburn's great nephew. Erika Mariko Olsen is JFK's grandaugher. Her voice as distinctive as her grandfather's speech. Talented in the art work seen in each. Actress, movie producer, video game producer. Should I be in house do not hesitate for an audience. The Caryle is one of those hotels of quality without having to be a show off. Much as comparing a Bently to a Rolls. I should know as growing up in Pebble Beach we had both. Grandfather by name was S.F.B. Morse owner of Pebble Beach and related to the telegraph inventor. The Caryle will forever be linked to my father. Ask for me, John Kennedy.
A hidden gem on the Upper East side! Very friendly & welcoming staff, charming updated rooms and awesome location near Central Park & Met. We loved being on a relatively quiet residential street. We had read reviews about the rooms being small and they are quite small but we were able to make our bags/luggage work. The good news is if you are doing a trip to NYC right, you aren’t in your room except to sleep at night! We were gone all day most days walking around the city. The rooms have been very nicely updated with great finishes while keeping the old history. charm. The beds are very comfortable too. We stayed 5 nights & enjoyed our stay at this hotel immensely! We hated to leave but are looking forward to our next visit at the Frankin! Tips: 1) pack on the light side- there is ample space for hanging clothes but avoid large suitcases if you can as floor space is limited. 2) if you drive a large oversized vehicle, be aware that the adjacent parking garage might not be able to accommodate. We drove our Dodge Ram truck and it was too long for their elevator so we had to park about 1 1/2 blocks away (but that garage was very accommodating .) Otherwise, the adjacent garage is super nice and really convenient! 3) make sure to enjoy a breakfast/lunch at the Bocado Cafe on the corner of Lexington and 87th. Delicious food and great service. We ate 2 lunches there and were very pleased- super convenient too! 4) Starbucks and Whole Foods are just down the street as well The hotel staff was FABULOUS! We were greeted so warmly at check in and treated to delicious cookies & water bottles. The staff goes out of their way to treat you like family during your stay and were so accommodating to our every need. Can’t say enough good things about our stay. It’s a unique property with so many positives! We will definitely be lifelong Franklin Hotel patrons bc we love this part of the city and the charm of this wonderful property!
The Lowell is a 17-story building established in 1927 and is located 321.8 metres from Central Park. The property is 50 metres from Madison Avenue. Fifth Avenue is 161 metres form the property. Hotel Lowell features rooms and suites with marble bathrooms. A nightly turndown service and free New York Times newspaper are also provided. The Lowell features wood-burning fireplaces and landscaped terraces with views of the city. Restaurateur Charles Masson oversees the property’s onsite dining options, Majorelle and Jacques Bar. Majorelle offers a seasonal dishes. The Club Room at The Lowell offers a space to unwind, while the Pembroke Room offers breakfast and afternoon tea. Guests will find luxury fashion stores like Hermès, Barneys New York and Roberto Cavalli Store within 35 metres of the property. Lincoln Centre is 1.8 km from the property and Carnegie Hall is 1.3 km away.
Arrived at the hotel early and we were fortunate enough that our room was ready. WOW the room was so spacious, especially by NYC standards. There were 2 double beds, a sofa a small dining area and a separate kitchen. Everthing was very clean and tidy. The bathroom is a nice size and the shower was really good. It is on a quiet street, you do here some noise, but it is NYC after all! I would recommend this hotel to anyone that doesn't want to stay in a shoebox room! This will be the only place in future that I will stay when in NYC.
Drove up for a two day weekend and had a fantastic time. The hotel is great the staff is even better. Stay there a few times a year and every time I pull up the doorman remember my name and treat me like a real VIP. Love this hotel would not stay any place else in New York City
Very nice hotel. Just in the heart of Manhattan, just a few minutes walk from the 72nd Street subway station, right next to Central Park, and go to the Metropolitan Museum of Art through Central Park, very convenient. The room is not too big or too small, the bathroom is quite big, and the breakfast is not bad. As long as 90 knives a night, naturally can not be required by the standards of high-end hotels.
I was born and raised in New York and often passed by the Sherry-Netherland but never had occasion to stay there. Now that I'm a New York visitor, I have stayed at many city hotels and had guest experiences that ranked from excellent to how-are-they-still-in-business? So you see, I have a very solid basis for saying that the Sherry-Netherland really does rank among the best-of-the-best and then some. From the moment I reserved a room through checkout, the Sherry-Netherland experience was flawless. At every turn we were met with great service and felt truly welcomed. We stayed in one of the older interior rooms, but still enjoyed lots of daylight and a fine view. The room was spacious, as was the bathroom. (I really appreciated having such a BIG bathtub, something you find all too seldom in city hotels now.) Cleanliness was perfect and the room was serviced twice daily. We were welcomed with candy, fresh flowers, and a mini-fridge well stocked with a generous assortment of complimentary sodas and mineral water, both sparkling and still. The basket of grooming amenities was overflowing and included everything we could have wanted and then some. (Molton Brown shampoo, conditioner and more? Yes, please!) Lovely bathrobes and slippers, too. Wi-Fi was all we could wish, with never a problem. A daily newspaper was delivered to our door promptly every morning. And at every turn, we encountered such friendliness from the staff that we couldn't help smiling. (The elevators are staffed by operators, which is a lovely touch.) We are already planning our return.
History and location have naturally added points to this hotel, the actual occupancy experience is also very good, the room is quiet and comfortable, the bathroom is particularly large, beautifully decorated, the bathing water is huge, the temperature is stable, very comfortable. This is a hotel worth staying in again. It was after two days of being added another tax of more than 100 knives. Since the tax must be added, it is recommended that Ctrip will make these items clear for the customer's reference in the scheduled fee.
The service attitude was not good. I booked the hotel on Ctrip and paid the full price. It just went well when I checked into the hotel. But one day suddenly called me at eleven o'clock and told me that it would cost me two thousand dollars to pay the room rate again and I could only use credit cards but not cash. I have to pay for it but I do n’t know why I have to do it again. They just keep saying that I have n’t received it and talk to them for an hour or two before letting go. I agree to let me pay it tomorrow morning. My friend runs from New Jersey. Help me pay, and they said that the system did n’t refresh last night, and I said no need to pay, and no one told me that the front desk seemed as if nothing had happened. It was really disgusting.
This hotel is in a good location, facing the Central Park, but the facilities are very poor, there are several rooms on the business trip, there are suites with big bed rooms, all said that the facilities are similar to the domestic four stars, slippers and water are not available in some rooms, need I have to call myself. More than 8,000 a night, this service level is too bad
The West Side YMCA is definitely a no frills place to stay, but the location is excellent. You're right next to Central Park and Columbus Circle. Times Square is an easy walk south. We stayed in 2 different rooms. The first had a bunk bed and was quite small, but the bed was comfy and the room was clean. It also had a small TV and fridge. We had a semi-private bathroom, which was down the hall. This meant we had to scan our key on one of the bathroom doors to get in, but once inside we had privacy while we got cleaned up. The bathrooms were kept clean and tidy. We were able to upgrade the second half of our stay to a room with a larger bed and an in room bathroom. Again, this hotel is no frills. It can be rough around the edges, but it's clean and comfortable at the end of a long day of sightseeing. We did not have time to take advantage of the gym, the pool, the sauna, and stuff like that, but they looked nice. I'd recommend the West Side YMCA. If you're visiting NYC, you should be out doing stuff, not sitting around the room. It was everything we needed it to be.
As a hotel choice near the airport, I think it is very good. Clean, everything that should be there. You can order the hotel’s meal and it will be delivered directly to the door. It’s hard to say how it tastes, but it’s good to deliver it to the door. The airport shuttle bus is very convenient. It runs every half an hour. Just go to the front desk to talk about it five minutes in advance.
The hotel room has a smell, the building is outside construction, there is no scenery, the door face is too small to find, breakfast is a can sing coffee, but the advantage is that the service is good, it looks like a very traditional family hotel The price is also suitable.
The hotel is near JFK Airport in New York. There is a shuttle bus to the hotel. The hotel facilities are relatively old, clean and sanitary. The room is medium in size and the American bed is very comfortable. Online booking on Ctrip is very convenient, and the customer service staff is very attentive.
It is a general motel class hotel. However, their pick-up service was particularly good. After getting off the baggage, they called the front desk. The car arrived in about 3 minutes. I have not seen such a fast pick-up service after so many places. I have to pay special awards. Breakfast..... not how, don't expect too much.
The hotel is very good, about 5-10 minutes walk from the subway station, near the NW line, a little farther away from the E, NQRW line. The overall style of the hotel was old and retro. At the beginning, I was afraid of noisy on the second floor (actually soundproofed). The hotel helped me to switch to a 12-room room with a balcony. Finally, when checking out, the average weekly service tax of about 20 knives is collected every day.
The room facilities are complete and pleasant. Free yoga mats and foam shafts are provided. Morning and evening workouts can be played on the TV. Everything is related to the concept of fitness. However, the service of the restaurant electric lemon was really bad. When the breakfast was taken, the waiter gave the menu and left. No one came to ask for coffee or tea. After a few minutes to prepare the order, I couldn't find the waiter ... … Finally stopped a waiter passing by, I said I was ready to order, and she was still unhappy to ask me Are we in a rush? (Is it in a hurry?) This attitude and tone really made me doubt myself Not a five-star hotel.
The longest Check-in and check-out waiting time. Parking fee plus additional fees totaled to $135! We had the deluxe king room. The size of the room is okay. It was pretty clean. Hair dryer we had was not functioning, no room slippers, no laundry bag; per housekeeping, they don’t do laundry. So they gave us a trash bag instead. Overall experience was quite disappointing, maybe we just expected too much from Hyatt hotel.
There are not many people who comment on it. The hotel is on 49th Street between 7th and 8th Avenues. The roads in Manhattan are easy to recognize, just right and street. Start on Fifth Avenue and then sixth, seventh, Broadway and eighth. In the middle is the street. The Port Authority's main station (that is, the coach station) is on 42nd Street, Times Square is on 47th Street, and the subway can be a 50th Street station, very close. A lot of food nearby (Ichiran Ramen, Shake Burger, Michelin Steak House). The hotel is not a well-known brand in the chain, it is relatively small and not luxurious, but the price is not cheaper than the surrounding Marriott or the like. Last year, I stayed at Marriott very large. The exterior looks larger and more luxurious than this. After all, his infrastructure is very early. But this good place is closer to Times Square than the quiet Marriott there, rooms have microwaves, coffee machines, free fruit and apples, bananas, potato chips, ice water for 24 hours downstairs. There is coffee and tea on the second floor, and friends can sit there. There are slippers, umbrellas and toiletries in the room. L'Occitane. These are not available in American hotels. Dental appliances are not. I booked an agent's twin room at Ctrip at first, which was 500 yuan cheaper than the official website. There are two types of twin beds on the official website. One is ordinary and the other is a barrier-free room with a handrail. The difference between these two types is 500. The double bed marked on Ctrip did not say that it was an accessible room. I booked Ctrip for a small farmer. The fact that I got the room was a barrier-free room, and that 500 was not bad. And it was very low on the third floor. It was super dark in high-rise New York. I went to the front desk to upgrade the suite. The front desk gave me a good discount and added me 50 dollars a day. Hall, bedroom with double bed, double sofa bed in the hall, both bath and shower, and 3 cloakrooms with bathrobe hangers. Ctrip's hotel booking is really very metaphysical, the price and official website are not bad, the room type is difficult to determine, I have learned lessons before. Anyway, the hotel location is convenient and the facilities can be serviced or not. The price is not bad. People do not look at their choices. There is a parking lot on the side of the hotel, and you can also park on behalf of the guests. On the side is the Ambassador Theater staged by Ryoko Micura of Chicago, which is opposite the Mormon Theater.
Finally a hotel that gets it. I become irritated when looking online at hotels and discover how many have succumbed to the gimmick of “resort fees” or “destination fees” to squeeze a few more dollars out of the traveler. I am not going to use the gym. A big breakfast does not interest me. I have my cell phone for long distance calls. I resent being forced to pay for “privileges” that I will not be using. Civilian makes it all so simple. Do you want to use the gym? Then pay for it. Do you want to have breakfast in the hotel? Then pay for it. It is all so simple! Customize your stay to your own preferences. Having gotten all that off my chest… As a solo traveler, I chose the ”Cozy Queen” which was adequate for me… big bed (very comfortable), big TV (with several OnDemand options), huge window facing the street (making the room bright and giving a sense that it is larger than perhaps it really is), and a larger bathroom than I have typically found in NYC. There is a bar on the second floor with a terrace overlooking the street. Inside is spacious and nicely decorated with miniature stage sets from Broadway shows. Civilian is less than a year old… everything is shiny and new. All the members of the staff whom I encountered were welcoming and pleasant and ready with a smile or greeting. Civilian is top notch!!
Very good hotel, with a sense of history, the style of decoration is very American style, the surrounding environment is convenient to travel, there are many food shops on the 8th Avenue of Fifth Avenue, which is amazing. The only shortcoming is that the room is too small, the suitcase can't be spread. Open, feels smaller than the Japanese hotel room
I moved from a Times Square hotel where my room was old and the size of a closet to the Renaissance Chelsea. I used points for the stay and the manager Jessica greeted me by name and told me that she had been working on my reservation and was happy to upgrade me to a suite. They offered the standard points and also offered points in lieu of breakfast, along with a late checkout. This was wonderful and much appreciated. What I appreciated even more was the beautiful, spacious, clean suite with a fabulous view of the Empire State Building and New York City. Beautiful art throughout and nice clean furniture. Even though the room as ADA, it was still nice and I felt so relaxed in this space vs coming from a space that was brown, small, noisy and hot/humid. Oh, they also gave me a brand new (still in the package) compact umbrella for the threatening evening rain. - I will definitely stay here on my next trip to NYC!
The location is very convenient, the hotel provides free airport shuttle, shopping is also more convenient, the buffet on the first floor is also good, and the underground is Tung Chung Station, it is very convenient to go to Disneyland
Near the Chinese district of Brooklyn, New York, the law and order here is very good, there is a Chinese market nearby, eating nearby, shopping is very convenient, there are subway and bus stations nearby
very good. I did not expect that hotels in the United States could achieve this level. Arrived at the peak of the stay on Friday afternoon, I was told that I had to wait an hour to go to the restaurant next to my lunch. When I asked again, I was upgraded to a suite. It is much better than the St Regis service in Florence, and the breakfast is just fine. The typical American breakfast, which can eat 50%, is very good. Oh. Breakfast is a single point~ Shopping for a meal is recommended to go to the northeast for 3 minutes to Madison Ave, better than Fifth Avenue, too few people.
The room is small and cannot accommodate an extra bed. The location is excellent, and the Brooklyn Bridge, Wall Street, Ground Zero and other attractions are within walking distance; the subway station has Fulton Station, and the Municipal Park can take the Park Station on Lines 2 and 3. There are slippers and an electric kettle can ask the front desk. The downstairs bar is good. There are many places to buy breakfast around the hotel, and there is a supermarket to buy fruit drinks.
We stayed here during our trip for five days. This was our first time in New York City and it was exceptional. Since it was the first time visiting, I spent weeks researching hotels looking at neighborhoods, reviews, room types, everything! I’m so happy we decided on The Gotham! From the front desk to the restaurant there were no issues. Everyone was very helpful, attentive, and kind. The pictures are exactly like the rooms. We stayed in the king balcony room on the back side of the building which was really cool and quiet. We also stayed in the queen balcony room because we didn’t do our dates correctly lol and thankfully they had a room open. Looking out on the balcony in the queen room was awesome. We are returning over Christmas and have rebooked the queen balcony room and I can’t wait! This room is noisier but it’s not to the point of not being able to sleep. My husband and I live in the country surrounded by cow fields so if I can sleep with the noise level anyone can!
It is close to the subway station, but you need to pay attention to the different subway schedules on weekends. Good value for money, relatively clean, and the front desk service is OK. It is the standard hotel of Holiday Inn. It seems to be a Chinese community around.
The hotel is in the city center, good location. It is convenient to go to various attractions in New York. But the facilities are a bit old. The bed is not very comfortable, too soft. It sunk in the middle.
I read a lot of comments and chose this hotel. I really didn't choose the wrong one. The location is very good, whether it is a long-distance bus or subway, or take the airport bus to the airport, or want to go to the Grand Central Railway Station, very close. . . There is also Times Square. . . At the intersection of 41st Street and Madison Avenue, the door is small, mainly the name on the door is written in a special font, which made us not notice when we first went there. 200 meters away from the New York City Public Library, which is not 200 meters away from Fifth Avenue, it is not necessary. There are three types of rooms in the hotel, which are about 19, 25, and 33 square meters, and 19 is relatively small. I booked 25 for the second night, but the order information sent by Ctrip to the hotel was wrong. The first night I checked in was the 19 room. It was very late to react. The size of the room was wrong. I coordinated with the front desk and Ctrip. Ctrip immediately found the problem and made compensation, and moved to the largest room of 33 the next day. If it is a single person, the room of 19 is enough. For two people, the baggage can't be opened, and it can only be put to the bedside. In addition, in particular, after the store, the hotel charges a fee of 20 US dollars per day. This fee is breakfast, all-day coffee snacks, afternoon tea, which is very worthwhile. Especially afternoon tea, with cheese, fruit, a variety of small snacks, red and white wine and champagne. . . . In addition, this location is on 41st Street, when the 99th Street in Central Park in New York is basically a full 2km. I ran in the morning and ran another 10km in Central Park. I am very happy. Central Park is a must-see for everyone who loves sports. Running, cycling, and dog-walking are all very good. . .
Hotel location is good, it is very convenient to go out, the room is not big, the facilities inside are generally the same. The most unreasonable thing is that the deposit of the hotel is not checked out, it will be back, so the pit
Hotel location is good, at the intersection of Seventh Avenue and 57th Street, 10 minutes walk to Central Park, 10 minutes walk to Fifth Avenue, but the hotel is older, the facilities are older, the carpet looks a bit dirty
Love everything about this hotel. It’s beautiful, clean and luxurious. The rooms are top notch and the pool is amazing for the summer. Hotel indigo Makes staying in Williamsburg much more enjoyable. The staff is also best in class. The manager Daniel is very attentive and cares about his guest. He does a great job at making you feel welcomed and valued. Chris who also works the front desks is very friendly and professional. This was my first time staying at a hotel indigo and I wouldn’t take my business anywhere else. I travel often for work (every week) and this hotel has definitely set the standard from now on.
The hotel is in good condition and add another night. I originally wanted to stay in Washington for two more nights after a two-day trip, but there is no room. The price of the hotel changes every day. Sunday seems to be the cheapest.
First let me start by saying that I was contacted by the hotel for feedback following my stay. I asked via email and voicemail to have the General Manager give me a call and waited before writing this review. I asked the Director of Guest Services for follow up and still have not been contacted. Check in-We had a great experience at check with the front desk. The agent was efficient and friendly. She followed up with a phone call to the room to see that everything was ok which we appreciated. Room-The room was clean and comfortable. The bathroom was a little small. Housekeeping-At check in we were told to call before noon if we wanted housekeeping. We did call and were told that they could only pick up trash and bring clean towels. I know this has changed since the pandemic and we were fine with this. Bar and food- We did not receive any welcome drink or champagne so after we settled in we went to the bar for a drink and something to eat. We were told that there was a private event and that they could not accommodate us. After some push back the hostess said we could sit down for one drink but must be done in 20 minutes. I understand private events are lucrative but there should always be some space for guests to relax and get a drink after a long journey. Before arriving I had called the front desk and asked to speak to a concierge about reservations. I was told that all of the reservations for the restaurant and jazz club were made via Resy and that I should book them myself. There was no priority for guests and no concierge service to help. I never saw a concierge in the lobby during my 3 day stay. We had a great time at the jazz club and the host was wonderful. We coordinated the experience on our own with no help from the hotel. Noise-We were a little worried about the noise in this hotel as the rooms open to the bar area. Our room was on a high floor it was not that bad and the music shut down around 10:30 pm. They have installed a white noise devise that sounds like a broken air conditioner which was worse than the actual noise. There is some city noise as rooms are facing busy streets but that did not bother us. What did disturb us were the guests next us. You could hear the other guests late at night. Definitely a party hotel. Amenities- The web site states Wi-Fi is free which is great. There is a 34.95 dollar a night room charge. Not sure this is justified. We had no champagne greeting, were not able to enjoy the bar due to a private event, no bathrobes, and no priority at any of the restaurants or clubs. When I completed the guest survey the response I got was if I wanted a bathrobe I should ask for one. Booking- I booked this hotel directly via the hotel website. That was a mistake. After the first night we looked to change hotels. The hotel had rates much cheaper than we were paying on most all of the third party websites. We decided to stick it out and not hassle with a hotel move so
The facilities are very clean and the staff are friendly. Only bread, coffee, and juice are served for breakfast. The first floor is noisy due to the guests checking in, and the soundproofing facilities are a bit lacking. It is satisfactory for the price.
I received a few hundred dollars by mistake, and communicated back and forth for many days. Although it was returned later, it was too sad. We booked a hotel for 3,000 yuan a night for several nights in a row, just because the service of a high-end hotel is good, we did not expect this. In addition: the location of the hotel is good, it is near to Times Square, and there are many subway entrances nearby. The hotel lobby is luxuriously decorated, and the hotel corridors and hotel rooms are relatively simple.
The bed was very comfortable, the booking was a wonderful room, a big bed, and the front desk was kind enough to ask if you would have an extra bed. There is a supermarket next to it, you can buy something very late. I received 100 dollars of dollars and returned to it in three days.
This B&B is a bed and breakfast located very close to the Kennedy International Airport in Queens, Jamaica (less than 20 USD taxi ride). It is a private residence with several comfortable rooms as shown in the picture. The owner works hard to make the guests feel comfortable. Please be sure to contact him before arrival to ensure a smooth check-in procedure.