Skip to main content
Beginning of main content

Days Hotel Broadway

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

This was a decent small hotel, but no more. Was told 20% of rooms are permanently occupied, seemingly by people you would not want to share a hotel with. Floor reeked of marijuana, half the lightswitches and sockets in our room did not work and police came knocking on our door at 11 pm, apparently looking for a resident’s boyfriend. Staff stands around in the lobby while guest struggle with heavy doors and luggage. Moved out after the one night.

We did not have a great stay at this hotel. The staff was kind, and the lobby was fine, but the rooms need serious TLC. We stayed on the "Penthouse Floor" and we found our room to be gross. It was not fully clean (there were bugs flying around, the toilet and walls had condensation on them, the sheets had stains, the mirror was rusted, and the room had a balcony , so the entire room reeked of cigarette smoke). After the first night, ready to find another hotel for our other nights in NYC, the staff moved us to another floor (The 11th). We found this floor to be much better, and our room was a lot cleaner and fresher. While I would not give this hotel more than two stars, we were much happier with our stay here after the move.

On an admittedly very, very cold night, there was only one very thin blanket for the bed. No thermostat to regulate heat; just a radiator which was working but fighting against cold air coming through and around the window a/c. I asked for an extra blanket but they had run out! The chart on the back of my door showing room location and emergency egresses did not have the “red dot” which showed the location of my room amidst a rabbit Warren of rooms. That’s serious and should be fixed IMMEDIATELY.

I will never stay there again. The carpet in the room was dirty, the wallpaper on the wall was peeling off, the bed was sunken in the middle, the tv automatically turns off every hour when you are watching it, and it was so hot in the room I woke up every 30 minutes covered in sweat...the air blowing out of the air conditioner on high wasn’t even cold, and it was only 35 degrees outside! The one good thing was the staff at the front was friendly and helpful, but the room definitely was not worth it. Pay a little more and stay elsewhere!

The hotel was clean and serviceable, but temperature control in our room was horrible. This is an old building, so no central air conditioning. For cooling there was an individual air conditioner in the window. For heating there was an ancient, tiny, water-style radiator element that was incredibly insufficient to heat the room during the below freezing (20's f.) cold snap we experienced during our stay. Plus, there was a steady draft coming in around the air conditioner. Location was great, as there was a subway station directly across the street, and Central Park was a three-block walk. Staff was polite. There's no in-hotel food or drink services, but there were a few small eating establishments within a block or so of the hotel. I give this hotel a rating of three out of five, but I would recommend it as a reasonable hotel, with the caveat of poor climate control in the rooms.

Great location, helpful staff, great recommendation for breakfast

Always stay there when in NYC. I don't have any other comments

Subway, bus, restaurants, retail stores, and parks within 2-3 blocks walking distance from hotel. Reasonable prices and the staff is very accommodating.

very good Upper West Side location, a short block to the 96th Street stop on the 1, 2, and 3 lines. The 2 and 3 are express trains so you can get downtown very easily and quickly. A bare bones sort of place, a bit shabby, but the room is large for a NYC hotel and perfectly adequate. I never watch TV in hotels but I wanted to watch the playoffs the night I was there and the channel it was on wasn't available (and the reception was pretty bad). So if TV is important to you, that might be a downside.

The room was comfortable enough, but it was a long walk to the garage and there was no valet service.

Lots of noise from the nearby construction work. Very firm mattress and pillows but the room wasn’t as tiny as expected.

This hotel is HORRIBLE, the pics online are very deceiving. Not clean, barely any place to charge your phone. The hotel needs a SERIOUS facelift. For the amount of money it's not worth it. I will NEVER stay there again.

The hotel was okay. It was not very expensive and in a good area. It is very close to the subway and some good diners around it. The room I had was pretty tiny and the TV was ancient. I was really afraid to even use it. The bathroom was kinda annoying because it took 30 min for the hot water to actually be hot. I am not sure what to say about the cleanliness, in the morning I decided to read the Bible and there was a used condom inside of it... look like it has been there for awhile. Overall, if you are a looking for a cheap and not fancy hotel this will do it.

closet to the subway and restaurant . The room is okay an d location very good

Amazing days with my friends. It's a secure place to be. Near Central Park and the red line.

We enjoyed the clean and it was pretty quiet but it was old but comfortable a little farther away than I thought from everything we wanted to see but the subway was right there so we were able to get to the sights. The diner next door was excellent and the waitress was really friendly. I would stay here again.

I arrived at the hotel, and the staff was helpful and kind. The lobby was very presentable. I get the key to room, head to the 2nd floor, and walk down a relatively quiet hallway. Obviously, nobody would complain about that When I approach my room, 217, there is an audible hiss, like someone is taking a shower. I try my keys and it's not working, and I head back to the desk to inform them of my key and the sound. I am told it is the heater and I was given new keys. I get to my room, open the door, and the heater is on the opposite side of the room. The room wad clean, but the noise was too much. I call the desk, and they send the technicians to assist. I wait for their arrival, and they replace the hissing "steam whistle". The noise continues, so I call and ask for another room. The desk tells me that I will face the same issue in another room. Thankfully, the technicians found a portable heater, so it's plugged in. I asked the tech to cut the heater noise, and they did so. The hardest part was waiting for the portable heater to be effective. Overall, if I'm paying over $100, I shouldn't have to resort to a portable heater. There's no way the hiss of the heater in room 217, is in all of the rooms. The t.v. was half way up, and it can still be heard. This is my first and last time here.

This hotel has a great location, close to food, Central Park and most importantly the 96th stop. It is definitely worth the stay if you just need a place to crash. Don't expect too many amenities or amazingness. If I found a huge discount I would be willing to return because it wasn't scary, everything was just a bit more rough and worn down than expected.

There were amenities, the rooms were very close together like a boarding house, the TV was outdated, the tub was dirty and there was no heat. The best part of the hotel was the lobby. The room overall was horrible and I did not want to sleep there. I left way before checkout to run home and rest

215 W 94th St New York NY

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Central Park
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Fitness center
  • Business center

Located in Upper West Side within a short walk of Children's Museum of Manhattan, Days Hotel Broadway is within a mile (2 km) of other popular sights such as Central Park. This 280-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a fitness center, and a business center. It's in central Manhattan and also close to Museum of Modern Art and American Folk Art Museum.


Rooms

All 280 air-conditioned rooms feature coffee makers, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Hair dryers, ironing boards, and desks are also standard.


Property features

Renovated in 2013, Days Hotel Broadway offers a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center. There's discounted offsite parking and limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a computer station, express check-in, and free newspapers.

Room options

Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Double Room, 1 Double Bed

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Suite, 1 Queen Bed with Sofa bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for Days Hotel Broadway

Everyone (35) Couples (47) Business (26) Students (1) Family (22) Other (30) Friends (11)
1

police knocking on our door

Everyone

This was a decent small hotel, but no more. Was told 20% of rooms are permanently occupied, seemingly by people you would not want to share a hotel with. Floor reeked of marijuana, half the lightswitches and sockets in our room did not work and police came knocking on our door at 11 pm, apparently looking for a resident’s boyfriend. Staff stands around in the lobby while guest struggle with heavy doors and luggage. Moved out after the one night.

By , from Florida on Feb 14, 2018

2

you get what you pay for

Everyone

We did not have a great stay at this hotel. The staff was kind, and the lobby was fine, but the rooms need serious TLC. We stayed on the "Penthouse Floor" and we found our room to be gross. It was not fully clean (there were bugs flying around, the toilet and walls had condensation on them, the sheets had stains, the mirror was rusted, and the room had a balcony , so the entire room reeked of cigarette smoke). After the first night, ready to find another hotel for our other nights in NYC, the staff moved us to another floor (The 11th). We found this floor to be much better, and our room was a lot cleaner and fresher. While I would not give this hotel more than two stars, we were much happier with our stay here after the move.

By , from Boston, MA on Feb 13, 2018

3

one very thin blanket

Everyone

On an admittedly very, very cold night, there was only one very thin blanket for the bed. No thermostat to regulate heat; just a radiator which was working but fighting against cold air coming through and around the window a/c. I asked for an extra blanket but they had run out! The chart on the back of my door showing room location and emergency egresses did not have the “red dot” which showed the location of my room amidst a rabbit Warren of rooms. That’s serious and should be fixed IMMEDIATELY.

By , from Massachusetts on Jan 8, 2018

2

friendly staff but disappointing room

Everyone

I will never stay there again. The carpet in the room was dirty, the wallpaper on the wall was peeling off, the bed was sunken in the middle, the tv automatically turns off every hour when you are watching it, and it was so hot in the room I woke up every 30 minutes covered in sweat...the air blowing out of the air conditioner on high wasn’t even cold, and it was only 35 degrees outside! The one good thing was the staff at the front was friendly and helpful, but the room definitely was not worth it. Pay a little more and stay elsewhere!

By , from Maryland on Dec 24, 2017

3

clean with no frills

Everyone

The hotel was clean and serviceable, but temperature control in our room was horrible. This is an old building, so no central air conditioning. For cooling there was an individual air conditioner in the window. For heating there was an ancient, tiny, water-style radiator element that was incredibly insufficient to heat the room during the below freezing (20's f.) cold snap we experienced during our stay. Plus, there was a steady draft coming in around the air conditioner. Location was great, as there was a subway station directly across the street, and Central Park was a three-block walk. Staff was polite. There's no in-hotel food or drink services, but there were a few small eating establishments within a block or so of the hotel. I give this hotel a rating of three out of five, but I would recommend it as a reasonable hotel, with the caveat of poor climate control in the rooms.

By , from Washington, DC on Nov 13, 2017

3
Everyone

Great location, helpful staff, great recommendation for breakfast

By on Nov 2, 2017

4

close to my son's co-op.

Everyone

Always stay there when in NYC. I don't have any other comments

By , from California on Oct 23, 2017

4

convenient location in the busy upper west side

Everyone

Subway, bus, restaurants, retail stores, and parks within 2-3 blocks walking distance from hotel. Reasonable prices and the staff is very accommodating.

By , from New York City on Oct 21, 2017

4

great location

Everyone

very good Upper West Side location, a short block to the 96th Street stop on the 1, 2, and 3 lines. The 2 and 3 are express trains so you can get downtown very easily and quickly. A bare bones sort of place, a bit shabby, but the room is large for a NYC hotel and perfectly adequate. I never watch TV in hotels but I wanted to watch the playoffs the night I was there and the channel it was on wasn't available (and the reception was pretty bad). So if TV is important to you, that might be a downside.

By , from Cambridge, MA on Oct 18, 2017

5

far from garage,

Everyone

The room was comfortable enough, but it was a long walk to the garage and there was no valet service.

By , from New Jersey on Oct 8, 2017