well thought out hotel rooms. very helpful and friendly staff
Very friendly & helpful reception, great location, room is of good size, relatively quiet although located on a busy street. I also love the complementary snacks (apples, bananas, chips, cheese, cookies...) My first time here in this hotel but it won’t be the last!
Loved this property! The location is perfect and it's in the center of everything. The room's are smaller but well appointed and they have everything you need.
The staff is absolutely wonderful! They go above and beyond.
The hotel entry area was warm and welcoming. The staff were attentive and eager to check us in. We started our visit with an offer of an upgraded room and a reminder of the free flowing prosecco after 4 p.m. The room was a very good size, especially for a boutique NYC hotel. The bathroom was just ...
All positives...no negatives...nothing more to say...loved the location and excellent staff
Location was great. Centralized location for our first trip to NYC. Block and a half from easy access subway. Very friendly staff and housekeeper. Very clean, with a fantastic bathroom. This location and room was better than I expected.
Excellent staff. Breakfast was plentiful and a pretty good deal at $15 considering you are in Times Square. Location was excellent, especially since we saw 4 broadway plays. Car service was on time. Hotel room was a little small but we had room for everything. The faucets need maintenance. We would ...
Beautiful. Clean. Spacious for a NYC hotel. Lovely neighborhood. French pastry and delicious coffee right next door. CVS across the street. Two blocks to the 1 train. Room was not sound proof. Some clanging plumbing.
Manhattan could be described as New York City’s lively heart. Here, history meets hipness in this global center of entertainment, fashion, media, and finance. No matter where you go, whether it is the shady alleys of Central Park or the neon lit Times Square, you cannot help but feel the electric energy of the Big Apple. The city seems to be ever expanding and changing. This way, you will always find something new to discover. In fact, can you ever really see all of New York City? To at least give it a try, book yourself into a comfortable boutique hotel in Manhattan and stay close to the city’s core.
Especially first-time visitors will be overwhelmed with all that Manhattan alone has to offer. For starters, why not tick off the main sights, as they are favorites for a good reason. Marvel at the jaw-dropping view from the Empire State Building or Rockefeller Center, stop by the Flatiron Building and Grand Central Terminal for amazing architecture, and then stroll along the Museum Mile. The latter is a section of Fifth Avenue on which you can find the world-renowned art institutions of MoMA and the Guggenheim.
Manhattan is a cultural wonderland and you will find music and entertainment abound. Visit the legendary Carnegie Hall, where George Gershwin and Leonard Bernstein demonstrated their talents, or attend a live performance at the Lincoln Center of the Performing Arts, where Mikhail Baryshnikov danced and Luciano Pavarotti sang.
Despite all this, do not just opt for the obvious attractions. Discovering the more subdued and lesser known areas of New York is equally rewarding. You could, for instance, explore the city’s diverse ethnic enclaves, which include West African, Chinese, Puerto Rican, and Jewish communities. Stroll past the many brownstone houses to discover trendy bars and eateries along the way.