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Hotels Near Madison Square Garden In New York

2.8/5102 Reviews
2.8/5102 Reviews
Chelsea
New York
|0.21km from city center
Great, location is also very good, downtown
From$359
4.3/5122 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent122 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|0.22km from city center
I love its location. It is convenient to go to Times Square, Hudson Yard, Central Park, Penn Station and many subway stations. Though it is convenient, it is not as lousy as those in Times Square. Like most of the hotels in NYC downtown, the room is not spacious, but it works well for me. At least it has a sofa. The rooms are pretty modern with multiple USB plugs. The bed is super comfortable. The room is sound proof so it is great for light sleepers. Maybe the hotel is in the fashion district, the interior design reflects it by adding a seeing machine toy to the night stand. The staffs are super nice. The bellman on the first floor is amazing. They not only store luggages, provide directions but also remind hotel guests the temperature outside might be cool that it is better to put on a jacket before stepping out. The hotel is popular. The check-in time is 4 pm even you are an elite members.
From$309
3.8/5136 Reviews
3.8/5136 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|0.25km from city center
Hotel was a short walk from Times Square etc but still plenty of amenities nearby. Slight issue on check in but this was resolved promptly. Fabulous art deco style hotel and subway right outside. Penn Station and Madison Square Garden are a stones throw away. Room was smallish, like most but clean and maid service was great. Only had breakfast in the diner on the last day but food was excellent and so quick.
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4.2/598 Reviews
4.2/5Very Good98 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|0.25km from city center
We have just checked out after a 6 night stay. The hotel is excellent. A perfect location with a great breakfast spot across the road. The bed was huge and so comfortable (I even checked out the mattress to see if I could order one!). All toiletries were a good quality and the robes were a thoughtful addition too. I checked out the styler and found it really useful to dry the bits of hand washing that I did. If I could offer a couple of ideas for improvement, I would suggest providing a recycling bin, larger bath towels and tea/coffee (it was strange to have a kettle and cups but nothing to put in them!). I would recommend it.
From$169
4/5107 Reviews
4/5Very Good107 Reviews
Chelsea
New York
|0.26km from city center
Well I’m a great location across from Penn station it’s just an ok hotel. The free breakfast buffet is well basic, note if you need meat in the morning skip the buffet! As for the room it was a good size but the water had a strong odour of chlorine/bleach smell.
From$270
3.9/5107 Reviews
3.9/5107 Reviews
Chelsea
New York
|0.28km from city center
Must talk about it. Hotel location, service and hygiene, not to mention, anyway, generally pass. The breakfast was really good, things were basically the same every day, and I was tired for six days. By the way, breakfast is free to eat, no matter your room rate includes breakfast, just go down to the first floor to eat, no one cares, no breakfast coupons. What I want to say this time is that the hotel's checkout will not be refunded if you charge more! It was a very irresponsible and unreasonable hotel. Later, under the coordination of Ctrip, a part was returned, and Ctrip helped me to pay the rest. Thanks for Ctrip's support! The hotel received $ 162.76, but in the end it charged me $ 413.41, more than $ 250! The pre-authorization at check-in was only $ 187.76, and the front desk had no objection to the pre-authorization account at check-out. The remaining part was charged without my knowledge after leaving. What is the difference between stealing and stealing? And they are all received by mistake, and some fees are repeatedly collected. Later, with the help and coordination of Ctrip, the hotel promised to refund some of the fees that were repeatedly charged, and the overcharge of the front desk staff caused by their own mistakes was 125 dollars, and it was not refundable! Totally rogue behavior! In the end, Ctrip advanced the 125 US dollars equivalent to RMB and returned it to me. Thanks again for Ctrip's support! Once again, please pay attention to the hotel bill when you check out, including after leaving. Here's the thing. When I checked in, a man at the front desk (later known as Richard) told me that if the twin room was a total of $ 25, I changed the twin bed. Credit card pre-authorization at check-in
From$209
3.3/542 Reviews
3.3/542 Reviews
Chelsea
New York
|0.29km from city center
I thought it was a really relaxing place. Since June 5th, I have stayed several times in a row. I stayed for almost a month, but it is very convenient because there are restaurants, a market, and a convenience store nearby. Good location. After all, it's safe and secure, and it feels like a little sure house with a round on each floor. I want to use it again. The staff were all very kind. The front door is also safe with a security door. I was relieved with a security door that could not be easily invaded from the outside.
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4/5114 Reviews
4/5Very Good114 Reviews
Chelsea
New York
|0.3km from city center
The transportation is convenient, the surrounding environment is good, the room is slightly small, clean and comfortable, breakfast is considered self-help, the result is a single point downstairs, each room for 30 nights.
From$219
2.7/510 Reviews
2.7/510 Reviews
Chelsea
New York
|0.3km from city center
Only two streets from Pensilvania Station, the location is really good! It’s just that the hotel is really too small, each room is only as big as a public restroom, and all the rooms are separated like a public restroom (I think this is why the cabin is called). There is no cap on the room, just a few wooden strips. Breathable, all rooms have no windows, all are breathable through the top (as if it is a public toilet), the exhaust system is not good, the smell is very strong, and staying for a long time will be disgusting and unbearable. The environment is dark, because the sound insulation effect is really bad. The landlord stipulates the ban on 9:00-21:00. One night, at 10 o'clock in the evening, a foreigner was still on the phone. Many people secretly complained, and the landlord came over and shouted! Also, the landlord believes in Buddhism, only vegetarian, and does not allow tenants to bring leeks into the market. On the first day, I bought a packet of instant noodles in the 7-11 store downstairs. I wanted to find him to heat the water. As a result, he looked unhappy and finally pointed to the beef soup on the box and told me that there was hot water in 7-11. . The advantage is that the rent is really cheap, if you live for many days you can also find the landlord to cut the price. Not far from there, there is a holiday inn that is three to four times more expensive. There are many tables and chairs at the door for free use. If you want to save money, you can go to 7-11 to buy instant noodles (about 2.59$) and add it at the counter inside the store. Hot water, then take it to the entrance of holiday inn and eat slowly, eat more than sitting in the subway! Oh, yes, this hotel has a free breakfast, bread, milk, biscuits, oatmeal, coffee, boiling water, and lots of fruit. This is really good, at least it can save you a breakfast fee of more than ten dollars!
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4.3/5105 Reviews
4.3/5Excellent105 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|0.34km from city center
Although the room is not very big, it is enough; the sanitation is very good and very clean; it is only two blocks away from Bin Station, the subway is downstairs, and the transportation is very convenient; I also delivered drinks and a sports cup ~
From$236
3.7/5112 Reviews
3.7/5112 Reviews
Chelsea
New York
|0.36km from city center
This hotel is in a convenient location, the front desk was efficient, and the lobby is reasonably nice. The elevators work well, require key cards (added security) and there were none of the delays encountered at similar properties. The 2 queen bed room was very cramped for two people (more than two would be impossible), and no storage space except for the small closet. I like to unpack my bag for multi-night stays but we had to live out of suitcases and there wasn't even anywhere to put them without blocking the walkway. Decor was dated, with dirty old carpet squares. Bathroom was spacious and clean but with a tiny sink jammed in the corner of the vanity. Beds were comfortable. Hallways were okay but smelled of disinfectant, which I suppose indicates they are clean. Breakfast, the Hampton Inn brand claim to fame, was unappealing and the hot food ran out quickly. The first morning we literally got the last pieces of toast and nothing else. There was no maid service until checkout. The price was moderate by Manhattan standards but not low enough to make these issues acceptable.
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4.1/5110 Reviews
4.1/5Very Good110 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|0.37km from city center
The location is OK, the price is OK, the room is small for sure, it is impossible to open two 28-inch boxes at once.
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Hotels Near Madison Square Garden In New York Review

Hilton Club the Central at 5th New York
4.5/5102 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|5.29km from city center
The location is good, within walking distance of Fifth Avenue, Times Square, and Rockefeller Plaza. The service is OK, you can text the front desk to deliver anything you need, but there is no daily cleaning service for stays under 5 nights. The room is comfortable and spacious.
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Courtyard by Marriott New York JFK Airport
3.9/5116 Reviews
John F. Kennedy International Airport Area
New York
|18.6km from city center
I do not stop to write a lot of reviews, but this occasion certainly calls for it! About a month ago, our daughter missed the last flight from New York to Charleston after flying all day trying to get home from Italy. One of the managers, Ms. Lester, came to the rescue! She allowed me to reserve a room for our daughter over the phone, waited for her to arrive in an Uber, walked her to her room, and made sure she had something to eat before she left for the day. Our family is so grateful for her thoughtfulness and kindness in the middle of a very stressful situation!
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SpringHill Suites by Marriott New York LaGuardia Airport
4.1/598 Reviews
LaGuardia Airport Area
New York
|13.4km from city center
Minimalist breakfast. Because I had to leave for Chicago for two days in the middle of the road, I was able to leave my luggage here after I had a feeling of trying and talking with the front desk. I agreed very quickly. So I decided to live here after I returned to New York from Chicago.
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Fairfield Inn by Marriott JFK Airport
4.2/5101 Reviews
John F. Kennedy International Airport Area
New York
|19.77km from city center
Can use shuttle service ... but JFK airport ... now under construction ... reach the shuttle bus point ... not easy ... all staffs very kind ... recommand ...
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Hampton Inn New York - LaGuardia Airport
4.3/5114 Reviews
LaGuardia Airport Area
New York
|13.07km from city center
Our overall one night stay was fine, but I rated this property ”average” due to: - At check in, Peggy did not acknowledge us as Hilton Honors Diamond Members. - Our room (1011) was in sad shape. The floor was sticky. The furniture had tears and was very worn down.The ceiling had large water stains and the walls had water damage in several areas. - The shower had no 'hot' water. When you turned it to the hot setting, cold water came out, you had to let it run for awhile (wasting a lot of water) to heat to lukewarm, at most. However, our overall stay was okay due to: - Glad to see recycling bins...which we used. - Grateful for the complimentary shuttle to and from the airport. - Enjoyed the complimentary breakfast- plenty of choices. - We had a nice view of the city from our 10th floor room. This hotel is close to LaGuardia Airport. It was quiet, with exception of hallway noise. We did not have a car, so I cannot comment on the hotel parking. The front desk had plenty of menus offering Mexican, Chinese, and Italian food for delivery.
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Equinox Hotel Hudson Yards New York City
4.4/5111 Reviews
Chelsea
New York
|4.49km from city center
Although a little pricey, the experience is very good. One of the best hotels I've ever stayed in, I can't choose from service to hardware facilities. Will stay here next time. 👍👍
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The Marlton Hotel
4.2/5102 Reviews
Greenwich Village
New York
|2.17km from city center
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
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M Social Hotel Times Square New York
4.1/5128 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|5.71km from city center
Overall, I had a good experience in the hotel. The rooms are rather pricy but that’s normal in NY, especially if you have a room overlooking Times Square. The staff is (mostly) friendly and courteous. There is a 10$ voucher that you can use every day in the bar. They hotel has room service which is not a given in NY after the COVID related down scaling of services in hotels due to lack of guests and staff. The food is OK, though the quality and quantity varies from day to day. Be careful with your laundry service. I overlooked that the day I was handing in my laundry was a holiday and I was charged a hefty $140 for a few underwear, T Shirts and socks due to an additional holiday/Sunday fee. However, after raising the matter with the hotel manager - who handled the matter in a very friendly and professional manner unlike the operator I spoke to first - a discount was added to my bill that compensated for the additional holiday laundry fee. Since it was me that had overlooked the holiday, this was a nice and welcome gesture that I much appreciated. Overall, the hotel can be recommended though the rooms are a little too small for the price. They are, however, modern, clean and comfortable.
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Chambers Powered by Sonder
4.2/581 Reviews
Midtown West
New York
|5.97km from city center
Because the plane was late, I arrived at the hotel at 1 o'clock in the middle of the night. The lady at the front desk helped me to check in very quickly. It was the speed of New York. Hotel location is very good. About 5 minutes walk to Fifth Avenue, turn to Central Park, and the subway station will walk for 5 minutes. The hotel is a post-modern urban minimalist style, the room is good, very New York apartment feel, but the breakfast is a bit too casual, too simple, but the breakfast at the New York hotel is probably so good, it is a very good hotel
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The St. Regis New York
4.5/576 Reviews
New York City Center
New York
|5.86km from city center
Two doormen stationed at the front entrance saw us retrieving our luggage from the cab trunk, but made no attempt to help. I had checked in a day earlier and was great full that the room was made available at 12 PM . They did tell us there was no view; I was okay with that as we are in NY regularly and at this trip it was not a priority. I haven’t stayed at this hotel in a few years, but remembered the excellent butler service and lovely accommodations, and was looking forward to it. The checkin felt like something one would expect at a Highway motel. No explanation of any services, no welcome drink, no Butler introductions, nobody accompanied you to the room or directed you to the elevator. The room had the tiniest window, with a curtain without a valance (# 1406) facing a wall a few feet away. No Natural light what so ever. The leather head rest on the bed was ripped on a couple of spots. It had only one not very comfortable lounge chair in a fairly large king room. So if you are a couple, you cannot even sit together for a cup of coffee. In the past at checkin the butler would introduce themselves, offer coffee , tea etc and make sure you were satisfied with the accommodations. We had ballet tickets for a matinee, so initially decided to just go with the flow. Went for a quick lunch at the Astor, paid around $170 for 2 ceaser salads, a bloody mary and a glass of Duvel Leroy Champagne. I have no problems paying premium prices for value , but $28 for a Bloody Mary with a celery stalk garnish and stoli vodka? They claimed to have invented it , but definitely not worth the price. When we returned back from the ballet and returned to the room , it seemed really depressing. They call it an interior room , but it could easily be in a windowless basement. We requested a room change and requested to speak to a manager. We were told the manager was downstairs and would call us back. We were going to dinner, so left the front desk our cell number. The manager ever returned the call. On our return when we requested a room change, we were told that they were completely sold out. At this point we were exhausted an decided to just let it go and returned to our room for a good nights sleep. It was around 10:30 PM, and there was a continuous loud rumbling sound. When we called the front desk , we were told that the noise was from their service elevator which was being used a lot that night as 2 of their 4 passenger elevators had been broken for a couple of days. They offered to now move us to another room. So at 11 Pm we had to get dressed and pack up to move to another room. The new room (1903), had a moldy smell. Got up next morning with a back ache as the bed was not comfortable. In the morning the moldy smell seems to have gotten even worse and I did report that. I was told it was because of air conditioning! We called the butler for coffee in the morning. The French press coffee arrived with c
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The Gotham Hotel
4.2/5100 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|5.14km from city center
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!
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Holiday Inn Express - NYC Brooklyn - Sunset Park, an IHG Hotel
4.3/5122 Reviews
New York
|7.56km from city center
The room is nice, the breakfast is very good, there is a slight subway noise, which I can accept. It is very convenient to take the subway line D to Manhattan. It is also close to Eighth Avenue. There are Chinese restaurants within a few steps. I will stay here next time. I booked it on Ctrip Regarding the room, Ctrip was also very responsible and arranged everything accordingly.
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The Jewel Hotel, New York
4.3/5106 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|5.58km from city center
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.
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Fitzpatrick Manhattan
4.3/5102 Reviews
New York City Center
New York
|5.99km from city center
5 night stay for a family birthday and reunion. On arrival there was a little mix up with the booking which manager Chris & staff worked quickly to resolve to our satisfaction. The suite had oodles of space , the bed was massive and very comfy. Have in your mindset this is an older hotel , with old fashioned lifts ,decor and doors. March weather was very cold and the old, drafty windows made the rooms a little cold when the curtains were pulled open, but there’s easily operated heating in the bedrooms which you just turn on to heat the room quickly.There’s lots of space to hang up clothes.The shower was over bath and adequate.The cleaning service was very efficient with the room cleaned every morning. Complimentary bottled water, tea & coffee making facilities in room. Food at both the bar and restaurant is very tasty, especially the Irish breakfast. You can get a sense of the real will from the management and staff to get back to normal after the awful pandemic closure. All the Staff were very helpful and friendly. Location is excellent. All in all a fantastic stay in a wonderful city!
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Omni Berkshire Place
4.4/5103 Reviews
New York City Center
New York
|5.66km from city center
We stayed in New York for 5 nights and 2 hotels. Compared to this one, it is a century-old brand in the United States. The service is super good, and the toiletries are good. When you check out, the things in the safety box are forgotten to take away. After you think about it, you can take it. ! That's great! 100 likes!
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Pod 51
4.1/5124 Reviews
New York City Center
New York
|5.56km from city center
This was booked through a travel agent when we said, nothing fancy just travel lodge type, for sleeping only really. It was for me and my daughter, 60 and 40, twin room requested. It looked ok on website so we were happy. Oh dear, when we got there we were told, you have our deluxe double, i told the receptionist we had requested a twin, he said non were available, so we thought a double like a travel lodge/premier it would be fine. The room was the size of your little bedroom in a house, the bed was long ways on running against the wall, after a conversation with the receptionist, a twin room miraculously appeared at a price of a further 200 dollars!! Over a barrel we agreed, what choice did we have! Once in new room, which was nice and had rooftop balcony, we decided to shower and change before eating, the shower was via the toilet in the room, i got in and then my daughter shouted mum, don't turn round! the shower, which was lovely and hot, was exposed to the whole room through a full length window! No modesty at all. The room service and cleanliness was great and i am sure for a certain type of guest these rooms are good value and do the job. I have attached the welcome poster on the back of the door, we have laughed since. Also don't eat at the joint next door, it too expensive and not good value, walk to the end of the street onto 2nd ave and you ll find lovely eatery's and service. Also don't use their return to airport service, they use a luxury limousine service which is double the yellow taxi!
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The Standard, High Line New York
4.1/5107 Reviews
Greenwich Village
New York
|2.95km from city center
Seth went above and beyond to help us get to the airport. The rooms are absolutely beautiful and you can even watch live art in the elevator. Chelsea market is within walking distance. They make everything so easy including room service. It’s a luxurious experience that I haven’t experienced at any other hotel.
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Park Central
4/551 Reviews
Midtown West
New York
|5.97km from city center
The location of the hotel is invincible. You can walk to Central Park, Times Square, and countless famous attractions in Manhattan. Next to the subway station, the transportation is very convenient. The hotel service is also very good. Hair dryer and coffee machine were sent to the front desk by phone. The room was clean and tidy. It is basically full, causing the elevators to be very tight and need to wait. Some rooms in the hotel are a bit old-fashioned, and the details such as the corners may not be very beautiful. Let's see if someone pays attention.
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The Westin New York at Times Square
4.2/576 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|5.02km from city center
I can’t rate this hotel higher. The views were breathtaking. The location is very simple! Making transit/travel a breeze! We checked in early, the wonderful woman at the front desk gave our son a little gift bag and we headed up to our room! Super easy check in. We loved every second of our stay here and we can’t wait to go back!!!
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Arthouse Hotel New York City
4/5114 Reviews
Upper West Side
New York
|7.84km from city center
I was here on business and stayed at the Arthouse for four nights. Being born and raised in New York, I wanted to be in a hotel that felt more intimate, away from the hustle of New York. From the moment I walked in, the vibe was perfect. They have a great management team and staff, management consistently present in the lobby, greeting guests and making sure that things are running smoothly. There is a small, intimate bar that opens in the evening serving great cocktails. Service is genuine and on spot. Great location on the upper west side, on a side street - Sarafina's is off of the lobby serving delicious food, steps away from the lobby. Lobby is a great place to socialize or get some work done - beds are super comfortable and the room was very clean...really loved this property and will defnitely be back!
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Hotel Beacon
4.5/5112 Reviews
Upper West Side
New York
|7.66km from city center
I was with my family at the hotel Beacon for about 10 days. They gave us a room which was not, because they were more locals with a kitchen, two double beds and a sofa bed with a chair. The staff was noted: Both cleaners(who perform their work in a great deal) and receptionists (who are very handy, very available). Discrete view of a NY area much quieter than the general: front is Fairway, open h24, very comfortable to buy any kind of needs and even Starbucks and a pharmacy. I would return absolutely because it was really an experience This is very positive.
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Roxy Hotel New York
4.3/5101 Reviews
Tribeca
New York
|0.54km from city center
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
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Renaissance New York Harlem Hotel
4/574 Reviews
Harlem
New York
|11.61km from city center
Me and Harlem go way back. Aloft Harlem used to be my go to hotel before I started staying more on the lower east side. In fact, a Marriott employee who used to work at Aloft directed me to this brand new, just opened hotel. I was excited to return to uptown and stay in this spot! I wanted to love this hotel. I don’t like giving lackluster reviews and feeling like a Karen. But over two nights, the transgressions just piled up. I’m a Marriott ambassador who stays in hotels about 240 nights a year. I never bring up my status. This might be the first time I actually uttered in frustration, “it’s September and I’ve already spent 27,000 dollars at these hotels, why is this so hard?” Upon checkin, it took almost an hour. This is even more frustrating because my first night was business and my company always sends a spending authorization. Two days in a row I checked with the hotel to see if they had received the authorization. They lost the first one. They mismanaged the second one. I always call or chat ahead to ensure a smooth checkin. It was still a mess when I arrived. The room was a “Central Park view.” I should have known better; I don’t know why I believed this title. I know New York geography better than that. I was looking into a building. Central Park facing or in the direction of Central Park shouldn’t be called central park view. I had changed from the city view to the Central Park view before arrival and I guess I’m glad I did because while they were trying to figure out my reservation they mentioned they had oversold the city view rooms. I will say the black out shades do a great job. The bed was fine. Sheets were a little co****. This hotel costs close to what a Moxy costs, so their sheets should be comparably smooth and comfortable. The bathroom was an absolute joke. Maybe not all the rooms are like mine, but mine may as well not have had a door. As you can see in my photos, the door is for “art.” There is a huge gap where you can see everything! Like probably 12 inches or greater of a gap! Who designed this and thought it was a great idea?! Glad I was alone. The air unit is SUPER loud. Doesn’t bother me as much since we usually have a fan on at home, but it was so loud that when it came on, I had to turn the TV up. It will likely bother some people. And you can hear everything through the walls. Oh, and the toilet clogged twice. And one of the days, the hot water was off all day for repairs, though that’s out of anyone’s control. It’s just giving context to a very un-relaxing stay. Back to the front desk mess—I later noted a destination fee on my bill (I had two separate bills because one night was business and one was personal). I don’t mind destination fees—I’ve had them at many Marriott properties. But I was never informed of this one. I even asked at the restaurant, and they had no idea. I finally went to the desk and asked and they explained I should have been given vouchers for each ni
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The L Hotel
3.8/5121 Reviews
New York
|6.36km from city center
I enjoyed my stay here a lot of restaurants close to the subway and they have breakfast and parking can’t beat these amenities in Brooklyn and very beautiful view of the city
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W New York - Times Square
3.9/5126 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|5.28km from city center
Great location for a person seeking the heart of Times Square. There are various levels of rooms so don’t be offended if you don’t book a city view and then get a window with a view of a building. The entrance was decent, yet for a W hotel, I never saw a doorman on site. We never had staff assist us with our bags either. The initial impression after the primary door is decent. They turned it into an sort of underwater experience. With this being said the four nights we stayed there I also never once saw a security guard as you first enter leaving a bit of safety concerns up for grabs. From there you have to catch an elevator up to the main lobby which is nicely decorated. Upon checking in don’t expect to be greeted with a smile (even if you have rank as a bonvoy member). Just get your key and go. As for the room the overall appearance is dependent upon the level of room you choose, so to be impartial I won’t give my opinion on the rooms. I will though, continue to comment on the lackluster service as that aspect should be stellar across the board. Upon asking for recommendations for the city we were handed a crumbled, partially torn paper with a generous number of locations, no additional information was provided by the staff. The night before checking out I found myself in need of a razor. I called guest services and they advised they’d be able to provide one. 40 minutes had passed and still no razor. After burning much time just waiting, I decided it would probably be faster for me to walk to CVS buy one and come back (which it was). Again, I mention the location is prime Times Square making every item the hotel forgets to bring you, easily found and easily accessible by foot. The cocktails at the “Living Room” bar are horrible. They range from $20-25 per cocktail and if you light a cigarette near it, you’ll probably catch on fire from the amount of unshaken liquor in the glass. A heavy pour isn’t always a good pour especially when you’re looking to actually be able to walk the city. We have the living room bar 3 tries before deciding to just have our first set of cocktails outside of the establishment. A benefit is that the W gives you $25 to spend at the bar daily with your $25 resort fee. For the first time in my life free wasn’t actually better. I really would love a call from someone at the establishment as I am certain the experiences my wife and I dealt with are not the “norm”. Overall, do not recommend. I would recommend The NY Marriott Marquis.
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W New York - Union Square
4.2/5101 Reviews
Gramercy
New York
|2.87km from city center
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.
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Arlo Midtown
4.5/5110 Reviews
Times Square
New York
|4.71km from city center
Very upscale and unique hotel located in New York. They have a scent which you will not want to leave, actually I purchased this scent from them.
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Hilton Garden Inn NYC Financial Center/Manhattan Downtown
4/545 Reviews
Wall Street/Financial District
New York
|1.37km from city center
The hotel is located at the southernmost end of downtown Manhattan, next to the Hudson River. It is not far from a subway station. The nearest subway station is at the entrance of the museum next to the Wall Street Copper Bull. You can transfer to the subway from the airport. It costs about 100 US dollars to take a taxi or Ulber. The hotel is not far from Wall Street, Hedong Park, the dock to the Statue of Liberty by boat, and the World Trade Center Site. Downstairs from the hotel is the dock of Staten Island. There is a good food supermarket not far away, where you can choose food on site. The room is relatively small, but in a place where land is at a premium in Manhattan, it's okay and the price-performance ratio is relatively high. There is free coffee in the lobby every morning, and the service is good. I arrived very early on the first day, and the waiter asked me to store my luggage. I stayed there for three days. When I left, the black lady at the front desk enthusiastically helped me call a taxi with Ulber, which was a good review.
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Residence Inn by Marriott New York Manhattan/Central Park
4.6/5132 Reviews
Midtown West
New York
|5.89km from city center
We stayed here for a week in May and loved it! We were nervous after reading negative reviews but really can't understand what reviewers were complaining about as that was not our experience at all. As 3 females travelling we always felt safe here - Central Park was 10 minutes one way and Times Square was 10 minutes the other way, it's a perfect location. We loved the view from our room at night time when New York was all lit up. Our room was spacious with a big bathroom, always well stocked with plenty of towels and toiletries. The little kitchenette was very handy when we bought drinks and groceries, or took boxes up from breakfast. Talking of breakfast this was fantastic - a huge room with plenty of seating and a massive array of fresh food always being restocked by the plenty of staff milling around answering any queries and cleaning up. There was a gentleman who was always clearing away tables and emptying the bins and was friendly and helpful. He obviously loved little kids and would pay special attention to families who were juggling their kids while also trying to have breakfast. A couple of times we saw him produce a packaged cookie from his back pocket to give to a little one and their little faces lit up and the parents were always so pleased that someone was paying attention to their kids - we thought this was lovely and such a personal touch. We've read other reviews that the breakfast room was too small with a limited range but that is not the case at all - it was brilliant - best of all they provide boxes so that you can take foodstuffs away with you which we did all the time and could then store in our in room fridge. We never saw the cleaners but they did an amazing job and twice they did our washing up! We never had that before and it was a pleasant surprise as we were intending to do it when we got back in the evening. The front desk staff were friendly and helpful and one young lady receptionist always gave us a wave and a smile as we passed by as she recognised us after a couple of days, though she always struggled to understand our English accents! The concierge guys were brilliant and so helpful. I can't remember their names except for the one with a film star name - Orlando. They answered all our annoying tourist questions and one of the guys, when we asked about a cab, took us up to the corner and used his whistle to stop a cab, opened the door and sent us on our way - such a nice personal touch which made us feel cared for. The air conditioning in our room was very effective and was not noisy at all so maybe the people who mentioned it were just unlucky. Yes the elevators did make a noise but not that you couldn't sleep. We loved New York and would like to return and will definitely stay here again - I would 100% recommend staying here.
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Fitzpatrick Grand Central
4.3/5104 Reviews
New York City Center
New York
|5.01km from city center
The hotel is in a great location, very close to the central railway station. There are many supermarkets and restaurants nearby, and the United Nations headquarters is within walking distance. If it is a business trip or travel, the price is relatively high.
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