Hotels Near Nino'S 46 In New York

5/5Perfect1 Reviews
0.1km from Nino's 46
My son and I shared a standard room, and while it was super small, we had everything we needed. It was also incredibly quiet at night, which I did not expect. With that and the supremely comfortable bed, we slept very well. The location was great, the staff was very helpful, and the public areas were lovely . Loved the always available snacks, coffee, tea and water. The wine at five was a nice perk, though I only managed to make it there in time once. That was on the day we’d checked out, so technically we were no longer guests, but they served me anyway - much appreciated! I heartily recommend and would definitely stay here again.
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4/5Very Good3 Reviews
0.13km from Nino's 46
I still felt safe with all the chaos going on across the country with the corona virus. I stayed here for two nights and didn't get sick. Omar and stefanie l helped me at the front desk and fixed my reservation after I had to extend last minute. The rooms are pretty small but worth the low price.
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4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.13km from Nino's 46
The caption above may sound a little odd for a hotel that has 22 floors and 125 rooms, but when in New York, it is all relative, and cosy and friendly Citadines Connect Fifth Avenue New York was. The hotel is located in the heart of Manhattan, 45th Street between 5th and 6th Avenue and is in close proximity to all the fantastic shopping on 5th and Madison Avenues and to Rockefeller Centre and Radio City. It is a very busy hotel as one would expect, and the small reception/lobby area that also serves as a communal breakfast and breakout area with an estimated max seating capacity of 20 does not make it easy for anyone trying to navigate his/her way around. Caitlyn, the fantastic resident manager whom most of us who will come to know and meet at least once during our stay, was especially helpful with jostling and managing my unpredictable schedule and unforeseen changes and went out of her way to assist when the hotel was fully booked on the President's Day weekend. For this I am thankful to her and her entire team. My room, although basic, is reasonably spacious by New York standards (approx. 17m sq.) and a king size bed fits quite comfortably. There is no wardrobe except for a hanger bar and some shelf space. Bathroom amenities are of decent quality, and it comes with a full size bathtub, a rarity in a big city hotel. The only drawback is the walls are thin, and there was the cheeky European guest in the adjacent room who stole a couple of puffs in the room. The smoke didn't have to travel very far as there are only 5-6 rooms to a congested floor. The smoking stopped as soon as management was alerted to it. Breakfast is included but only a limited selection of fresh fruits, yoghurt, mini muffins and pastries are served, with freshly brewed coffee and tea. The morning occasion becomes rather stressful as the eating area gets so crowded that I didn't even bother having breakfast one morning. The staffs however do encourage us to take what we need and eat it elsewhere, but that defeats the whole purpose of having a relaxing breakfast when you're on vacation, and, when it's 9 Fahrenheit outside. I would hope that management would seriously consider either upping the spread and the space or perhaps not including it at all. Having an unpleasant breakfast experience will mar any customer’s overall satisfaction. And if the hotel continues its breakfast offering, please also consider including a hot cereal, especially in winter, that, I’m sure anyone would appreciate. One is not asking for a full English breakfast here. The Grab and Go (refrigeration) corner in the eating area is a great feature that stocks cold juices, water, fruit snacks and yoghurt and any guest can purchase the items at any time. The business space, located on the lower level and though small, serves a useful purpose for urgent printouts. It is equipped with new 2 new iMacs and a printer. I had to print a few documents during my stay and to my pleasant surpr
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5/5Perfect1 Reviews
0.17km from Nino's 46
We couldn’t have asked for any better experience than if the Iroquois hotel. I researched many hotels and I’m so glad that I picked this one. Perfect Location, close enough to everything but far away enough from the mob scene of times Square. The rooms were spotless and a very nice size. Will definitely be my hotel of choice when in New York. And… A great price point as compared to the surrounding hotels on 44th St.
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4.1/5Very Good2 Reviews
0.17km from Nino's 46
I have been going to The City Club Hotel after it opened as a hotel, around 2000. It's my go-to place in the city and the management is exceptional as they recognize me when I return and upgrade me when available. What I like best is the location, the small lobby and the warmth of the hotel. It's a little home away from home. I have stayed in about every room over the years, and I have my favorites. The two-floor loft suites are very nice with two-story windows, neat period ornamental plaster ceilings, and a balcony overlooking 44th. I also like the proximity to everything, Times Square, Fifth Avenue, etc. It's a great place to stay, why not?
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4.8/5Outstanding5 Reviews
0.17km from Nino's 46
I came to stay over at the Royalton to visit old friends. This was by far the best experience visiting NY and it was all due to this amazing hotel. The staff were out of this world and made this stay even more enjoyable. They were ALL personable (including Andre, who helped me find a restaurant for my friends & I, she just so happened to be talking to a guest when I approached her). I had a fireplace in my room and the gentleman who lit the fire was such a kind person as well. Being young in NYC, this hotel was perfect for grabbing a drink and chatting in the lobby while we waited for our reservations. The lobby is so cute and definitely Instagram worthy! I will 100% be coming back to this hotel and I highly recommend the Royalton because it truly made my experience in NYC worthwhile.
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4.4/5Excellent6 Reviews
0.19km from Nino's 46
The Hotel St James was absolutely perfect for all our needs. Having stayed in various hotels in New York previously, from posh boutique hotels to mid range hotels, I have got to say that of them all, Hotel St James is the one that I will definitely return to. The hotel is a bit dated and old fashioned, but what it lacks in décor etc it makes up for it in location. It is warm, clean and friendly, and Joey on the reception is just absolutely fantastic. He is a typical New Yorker and is a mine of knowledge and so helpful. I could just sit and listen to him all day long, he is so lovely and helpful. This hotel is right on Times Square. McDonalds is a 2 minute walk at the end o the street, Starbucks is across the road, and there's a deli next door that sells amazing bagels for breakfast and some delicious food for dinner or tea time etc. The added bonus with this hotel is that they don't charge resort fees. There are no tea or coffee making facilities in the room or on the hotel...but as mentioned above, there is a deli next door or Starbucks across the road, but due to ill health I'm a poor sleeper and a proper coffee addict and didn't want to be running out for coffees during the night when I wake, so I just took a cheap plastic kettle and a 4 plug extension cable with me and my own coffee and made my own in my room every morning and night :) I would definitely recommend visiting this hotel as you're central for everywhere. Oh and a wee bit of useless information....but Tom Hanks filmed a scene from Big in this hotel :)
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4.4/5Excellent9 Reviews
0.25km from Nino's 46
Visited this hotel 4 years ago with my husband and when booking again for a trip with my sister I didn’t hesitate in booking this hotel again . We booked a twin room as we didn’t want to share a bed and it was a cute little room. Beds were comfy and room was clean . Bathroom is a great size with a good shower , bit weird having the sink in the main room though. storage was a bit of an issue e.g there are no drawers for underwear etc . Toiletries were included which is great if you don’t want to take your own , bath towels are very small , they didn’t go round me :( There’s a kettle and tea, coffee etc . Electronic Safe in the room is free to use. Television has loads of channels . Obviously the room is quite compact as most rooms are in New York but we just used it as a base , as who wants to stay indoors in New York?! Room was super quiet , we were at the back of the building so heard no traffic noise. Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful. Hotel has a small swimming pool but we never used it , my sister used the gym which she said was adequate for what she needed. We got a free WiFi device from the hotel that gave us free WiFi all around New York which was fantastic , you just need to ask for it at reception. Times Square is literally steps away so a great base to explore. We had a great time and it was good value.
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5/5Perfect1 Reviews
0.27km from Nino's 46
My boyfriend and I spent the night here awhile ago and we couldn't be happier with our stay. The hotel feels very sexy so it was perfect for our little staycation. We're right next to Times Square so we got to be tourist in our city. The rooftop is gorgeous. We had the king suite overlooking the street with wall to wall windows. It was a great change and escape from our tiny Brooklyn apartment. Would highly recommend for a sexy night in NY:) Also shout out to the GM Jeremy Poon if he's still there. Amazing hospitality from the bellman to the front desk to the housekeeping team.
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4.2/5Very Good1 Reviews
0.27km from Nino's 46
This was an okay experience. We booked the “Penthouse” junior suite, and it isn’t exactly what the pictures advertised it to be. Of course the photos are taken with a professional camera and lighting but note that it looks more upscale than it really is. The wood on the furniture was worn and scratched and scuffed. The floors seriously need to be redone. The balcony views are nice but the glass ledge is very low and flimsy, it hardly feels safe being on the 25th floor. This suite is on the roof and is the only room on that floor, but when we checked into our room there were construction workers upstairs most of the day. They were up there earlier than 9am working and making noise, which sucks because check out is noon and we were hoping to sleep in. The major pro about this hotel is really only the location, you are walking distance from grand central which is why the price is so high.
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4.4/5Excellent4 Reviews
0.27km from Nino's 46
Kimpton falsely advertises a King Spa Suite in its website. I booked it specifically for a weekend stay while in New York in Valentine’s Day as the soaking tub looked amazing. I booked directly through their website to avoid surprises - therefore I paid full fare for the reservation. I even called to make sure that I the Spa Suite would be exactly the one shown on the photos. The staff confirmed on the phone that there would be no surprises at all and I asked them to please let me know in advance to my phone number if anything was to change as we wanted to have an amazing couple weekend in NYC. Guess what? Upon check in they told me I had a regular room with no soaking tub. I can only assume this hotel runs a scam with False Advertisement to lure customers and upon arrival they claim it was a mistake. When I complained about it, the staff told me they could lower my price as it was steady fully paid (full fare) - but this is the least they could do! If I pay 440 dollars a night for a spa suite and they look to put me in a small room the least that Should happen is to adjust the price. After speaking to the manager, first he asked for the name of the person I spoke to (as if it was my responsibility to remember that when the reservation was made well over a month in advance). After I showed evidence of calling them directly, he claimed the only other suites they had were given to other customers or out of order. Coincidentally I could not even take a look at the supposed “out of order suite”. The manager offered a complimentary stay in a different type of white (a wheelchair access room) as I started getting more agitated. I booked specifically through their website to avoid this type of surprises, which are common when booking on Trivago or Hotels.com or similar websites. I had no option other than to take it, otherwise I would have no place to stay for the night. Hotels usually do this when clients book through reduced priced websites, which may be understandable, but in this case I paid the full fare in advance and I did not booked through an intermediary. This is unacceptable. Additionally, the room’s heating did not work so I had a floor electric heater. The staff came into the room without knocking on the door to check the “minibar” while I was just out of the shower and did not even apologized. Although they gave me a complimentary night, I would recommend avoiding this hotel. It is really disgusting to make plans for a spa suite and end in a completely different suite with no actual justifiable rationale, other than false advertisement.
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4.3/5Excellent13 Reviews
0.35km from Nino's 46
First impressions were positive - nice cool quiet lobby, seated check in and friendly staff. Despite my 11.30 am arrival, I was quickly checked in, but not before being informed that I was liable for a further USD 34 "facility fee" which included cocktail hour, continental breakfast and Wi-Fi. This practice is a new and unfortunate way for hotels to charge customers extra while avoiding adding to the room rate. My fault for not having read the fine print, however, in this day and age when ALL hotels offer free WiFi, to say that it's covered by the facility fee is simply disingenuous. Further, in a city like New York with its plentiful dining options, charging guests for breakfast is simply a way of forcing customers to pay for a service which otherwise would not be required. I arrived at my room (721) to be greeted by a strong body odour which is common to Indian people. Air-conditioning was noisy and rattling, but I chose to ignore this as the hotel is clearly quite old, as evidenced by the retro fitting of the bathroom and the bedroom furniture and fittings. To be fair, the room (an entry-level "Premier Queen") was very spacious, with a 2 seater sofa beside the floor-to-ceiling windows and a queen-sized bed. Wifi was free and fast. I rang the Operator to ask a few questions and was addressed as "buddy", which I felt to be overly casual and inappropriate. On another occasion, one of the female recepionists was chewing gum openly when on duty - again, I wonder about the training and professional standards. The continental breakfast "included" in the above-mentioned facility fee was acceptable in terms of variety and quality, if one could find a seat. The facility comprised several sofas groupted around low coffee tables, and several high-top tables and chairs. The seating capacity was clearly inadequate, judging by the queue of guests waiting for seats. For the price paid, I cannot complaint about the value, but I would not return to this property until a refurbishment has taken place.
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Hotels Near Nino'S 46 In New York Review

4.4/595 Reviews
Wall Street/Financial District
The hotel's configuration is good, dishwasher, microwave, induction cooker, refrigerator, dishes and cutlery are very full! It's just that the scoop and shovel are not easy to use, but you can do it! The hotel room is large, a dressing room, and two large closets. There is an anteroom in the entrance. The kitchen has an island and a dining table. The family is definitely very relaxed. But the shortcomings are too prominent, that is, the refrigerator is very noisy. At night, the noise is not good at all. The sound of the air conditioner is louder and the heat is very fast. It is sleeping in an air conditioner. The noise feels like sleeping in the open hood. Next to it, the booming night collapsed! If the air conditioner is turned off first, the second refrigerator is still very noisy and can't be turned off, so sleep and fear the noise to give up! In addition, the curtains are blinds, and they are not shaded at all. This is not human! Let's talk about the advantages. The hotel is just outside the Wall Street subway station. There is an exit on the 2. and 3 lines in the hotel. It is especially convenient. It is also very close to the 4th and 5th lines! The hotel is very convenient for transportation. It is a 5-minute walk from Trinity Church and a 10-minute walk from Wall Street Copper Bull. The opposite side of Tongniu is the Museum of American Indians. The building is particularly beautiful! It’s also about 10 minutes walk from the boat dock to see the Statue of Liberty. It’s really convenient, and the surrounding security is better. There are not so many tramps! The hotel has a big food supermarket for 3 minutes. The food for cooking can be fully purchased. Turn right and go straight for 5 minutes. There is a very complete daily necessities supermarket. It is also convenient. In short, in addition to huge noise, other The place is worth experiencing, the bathroom is easy to use, the toiletries are all L'Occitane, the mattress is soft but comfortable, the pillows and quilts are also very soft and comfortable, the bed is USB charging and humanized, except for the bathroom mirror I don’t know what to do with the nonsense owls. It’s very scary to go to the toilet in the middle of the night. The others are very human! In addition, I saw that there is a guest feedback that there is no smoke exhauster. In fact, I have not found a place. The switch of the smoke exhauster is on the microwave oven. The light is the light of the hood. The FAN is the switch of the smoke exhauster. The blinds next to the air conditioner outlet are seen. It is one piece, it is actually a cover, and the air conditioner switch is hidden inside.
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FromUS$189.00
5/51 Reviews
Times Square
My boyfriend and I spent the night here awhile ago and we couldn't be happier with our stay. The hotel feels very sexy so it was perfect for our little staycation. We're right next to Times Square so we got to be tourist in our city. The rooftop is gorgeous. We had the king suite overlooking the street with wall to wall windows. It was a great change and escape from our tiny Brooklyn apartment. Would highly recommend for a sexy night in NY:) Also shout out to the GM Jeremy Poon if he's still there. Amazing hospitality from the bellman to the front desk to the housekeeping team.
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FromUS$155.00
4.3/5426 Reviews
Wall Street/Financial District
1. Good location: 9/11 new building and Memorial Museum just outside the window. 2. Convenient for travel. It takes 3 minutes to walk to New York's line 1, 2, 3, E, R, W. Taking a taxi is also very convenient. 3. Good service: there are people in the lobby 24 hours, and a deposit of 250 yuan for 5 nights. 4. The room size is OK and the facilities are complete.
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3.8/527 Reviews
Times Square
I was going to NYC to see Elton John and was to stay at The New Yorker. Well... neither happened. I had made non-refundable reservations but called the hotel to see if their policy would change during this crisis. Every person I spoke to was so nice and helpful. One person that really stood out was Neida Aldama, a supervisor at the front desk. She was incredibly kind and compassionate about the situation, and offered that my prepayment be used as a credit that I can apply anytime in the next year (hopefully if/when Elton John reschedules!!). I feel that this was very generous, given the fact that they had every right to tell me I was SOL. Neida even went so far as to call me to directly answer a question I had. I know that they are dealing with a lot and are working with a skeleton crew, so that phone call really blew me away. Thank you Neida and The New Yorker!
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4.6/568 Reviews
Upper West Side
It ’s not the time to come out this time to catch the epidemic every day. This hotel is not cost-effective. The deposit is 600. Breakfast is basic for more than 100. Every night, the food is delivered to the room for more than 130. The 600 deposit is not enough. I ca n’t say that the deposit is refundable. The bathroom is super small, especially the shower and hand basin. What ’s wrong? Drop the ensuite sofa into the toilet. The sofa can be turned into a bed. I think the next time I go I will choose to live in New Jersey across the Madison River to see the buildings in Manhattan. It was so noisy that at least ten policemen were parked downstairs 24 hours a day.
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4.6/54 Reviews
New York City Center
I’m going to tell you a secret and you have to promise not to tell anyone. You can taste New York without New York money. How? The eminent Concorde hotel. I’m here now, writing this review. It’s midnight and the Upper East Side looks so beautiful from up here. This window is four times the size of my body and yet I feel so large. It’s all in the room, I think. It makes me feel like I’m Wilson Fisk. I'm Tony Stark. I'm Bruce Wayne upon Gotham. In this moment, I run New York. Wait a moment. Something caught my eye. I wonder why a single room light is on the 61st floor of the Bloomberg building? Is Mike home? You really need to see the Bloomberg building at midnight from this floor. What a view. Back to the Concorde. Every place is defined by its people, so let’s talk folk. All Concorde staff I encountered were excellent, from the courteous doormen to the tireless housekeepers. A few to note: the amiable Christopher Shepard, the efficient Rada Drascovic, the soigné Dukens Alexandre. They exemplify luxury hospitality. Meet them and consider yourself lucky. Look, we all agree that that hospitality in New York is a gamble, regardless of star ratings or thousands paid. Well, not the Concorde – it’s consistently well reviewed as far as excellence in customer service and I got to experience first-hand why. New York is not known for consistency in anything. I was impressed. Let’s now talk about the space. Understand that this hotel is less boutique and more New York history. It was born as a residential high-rise owned by a major airline to provide exclusive lodging to visiting crew. Keep in mind that corporations take it very seriously that the people flying their billion-dollar aircraft get the pinnacle of luxury for their night’s rest. So, you will too. The Concorde is designed with your comfort in mind. That’s why every floor only has four rooms. That’s why the beds are so soft. That’s why the soothing tones of mid-century modern mellow your eyes. That’s why I’m typing this with my laptop on a marble table top. That’s why… the bathrooms. Oh, the bathrooms. God damn. We’re talking bathrooms the size of a New York city studio. Professional vanity mirror taking up a warehouse chunk of wall real estate. Walk-in shower and soaking tub. That’s right - and. Have you ever finished a run in Central Park with a perfectly-temperature-controlled Bahamas waterfall of a chilled shower, soak your tired muscles in a home spa of a soothing bubble bath, then back to the Bahamas you go? I have. A bit about the amenities. Well, there’s the essential WIFI, but note that you can ask for a network cable for better Zooming or Teaming. 92 Mbps down / 94 Mbps up during my stay, by the way. My TV is quite big and has all the usual channels and music. A fridge (mind you, much mini) lets me keep a few refreshments cool for when needed. Finally, an iron and board in the room let me have my pilot uniform looking crisp for my flight out.
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