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Night Hotel Times Square

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Noisy from construction beside the hotel cannot sleep

too noisy, cold water didn't work, thermostat panel didn’t work.. only positive thing that is located within times square.. small room is not new in Manhattan but trying to take a shower with boiling water is unacceptable.

Small room but good location. Everything on point. Very helpfull with luggage storage even after you check out.

This was our 6th experience to NYC and although it was only 3 days, we had a blast as usual. A plethora of great food and things to do keeps you occupied 24-7. We will be coming back soon.

Location couldn’t have been better, that’s the only great news. There is one main elevator in the lobby that only fits 4 adults. If you have large bags then the elevator only fits 2 adults. The rooms were small. Imagine a walk-in closet with a full sized bed thrown in the middle, that’s what this room is. The door knob on the closet was broken? The light fixture in the bathroom had been repaired so much the plaster was falling off. We had to constantly climb the steps to the 6th fooor because you could easily wait 30min for the elevator to come to the lobby. This is an ok hotel if you only need one or two nights max. If you are traveling for more than two days look elsewhere.

Overall we had a great stay. The best part of this hotel is location. The staff was great and we were able to get an early check in after a long flight which we appreciated so much. The entrance is beautiful which makes the room a little disappointing. They are clean but not in the best shape... there were only two small elevators which always was a con for us. There was some construction which I know is inevitable and I appreciated the ear plugs left in our room. But overall we had a great stay and definitely recommend

I have stayed at the night hotel many times going back to when it was called the stay. I have had some great experiences with the hotel and have had some pretty bad ones as well. This last stay was unacceptable. The stay started off fine until I found a used towel in my room along with used womans hygiene products in the bathroom trash (not the biggest issue, but something you wouldn't expect to find.) Sheets did not seem to be clean as they had lots of hair on pillowcases and blankets so I was able to get clean ones from one of the cleaning ladies while she was in the hallway. Then the biggest issue was the shower...the spout of the shower when turned on would spray everywhere at random...I called the front desk 3 separate times and also went down to the lobby to alert them only to have them respo nd that they would have someone come right up to look. 3 hours later still nothing. Finally a maintenance guy showed up with a plunger in hand lol. Luckily all that needed to be done was to change the shower head and everything good and normal. This along with them not updating their website and other booking pages to state that the restaurant in the hotel is under construction and/or that the parking garage that was next door is no longer there. I was planning on driving into the city but ultimately ended up taking a train in. Overall, the hotel used to be an amazing establishment, but seems to be going downhill... the only thing positive now is the location.

The Night Hotel on 47th Street was perfect for our visit to NYC! I loved how close it was to the theatres and subway. It was very easy to get to the shows, and to great places to eat. The rooms were comfortable, the beds comfy, and the entire location was very clean and safe. My only issue was the first night in our room facing the street. The building next to the hotel is under construction, causing loud noise (jackhammers, trucks, debris falling down chutes) all night long! The hotel staff was very helpful the next day, moving us to a room away from the street. The next four nights I slept well, and enjoyed my stay very much! Thanks to the staff for being friendly and accommodating to my needs!

Small room. Dirty carpet. Had to reset the keys every time i came in. Paint from the shower floor coming off. Worst bed ever. Couldn't change hotels because nothing available close to me. The price was right for the location, that was perfect.

Rooms are very with limited space to put anything, dirty, with many broken lamp shades and fixtures.

We had a nice size room but only double beds and the "city view" looked out at another building across the street. The lighting in the bathroom was terrible and there was a pedestal sink, no place to put toiletries except on the windowsill. This was supposedly an upgraded room, but I would say it was standard at best. The location is great, in Times Square and the Theatre District and at a subway station right across the street.

Our room was right by the elevator. Super super noisy. Beyond the elevator, we heard conversations in the hallway late at night. Beyond that, the hotel was ok.

The hotel has a great location, and great staff! But the hotel has no water fountains or ice machines, and the bedspread had a lot of lint on it. Normally that wouldn't be an issue, but the sheets and comforter are both solid white, so it stood out. Overall, a great hotel!

The room Floor was uneven under the carpet felt like holes with or missing pieces. Where my husband and I fell a few times. The shower was not draining as your shower. The AC was making loud noises like it was going to break. The room had dust on the wall but not a little a lot. Like it never cleaned. The view was not what we booked online. The pics online are nothing like the rooms. The bed was hard and not comfortable. For a get away this sucks. When we call orbitz and complained the Rep from orbitz said we can upgrade great for more money. And I told here why would I want to pay more money for something we shouldn't be paying more for. She then tells me she isn't saying I'm lying but that there isn't anything we can do.

It was ok typical hotel in NYC. The lobby was beatiful but the room was small and boring. We did have a visit from a creepy crawly but I suspect that's normal for all hotels in NYC? The staff was wonderful! Very friendly and welcoming! The location was everything though! It was so convientient and just perfect! I would deff stay here again.

This hotel is cost effective for being right in the middle of Times Square. You walk in and the lobby is gorgeous. The staff was lovely during check in as well. However, when I got off the elevator the halls had stained carpet and walks that needed repair/new paint. When I got to the room, the door wiggled when it was supposed to be locked securely. Inside the room, it was very cold. Not in temptress but in decor. Extremely small. And not even the minimal amenities like a bottle of water, shower cap, mini fridge or coffee maker. Even the Holiday Inn has those things. This hotel is not up to par with the minimal expectations.

Very modern hotel, sleek room designs and modern bathrooms. Enthusiastic staff, all good!

Perfect location and beautiful lobby. The rooms were small and the bed was not that great (they dip in the middle) but the staff were very helpful. There is still construction going on outside the hotel with lots of scaffolding. There was minimal noise from outside but the walls are very thin so you can hear everything in the surrounding rooms.

We were pleasantly surprised when are transportation pulled up outside of the hotel to find it was only a few feet from Time Square; just where we like to be. It also had its own Restaurant which was great the first night whilst we grew accustom to the cold temperature. The foyer was very nice, eye catching with the large fish tank just insider the revolving door. We found the hotel staff to be very pleasant and accommodating. Whenever we needed something from housekeeping they were very prompt in responding. The only thing was the narrow elevators. You can fit four people comfortably. Difficult travelling in the elevator with your luggage.

We had stayed at this location on our first stay in NYC back in 2002, but it was not a Night hotel then. It's been refurbished, especially the lobby area, which is beautiful. We had forgotten, however, how TINY the rooms are. We've stayed in many boutique hotels in the city since then and this - by far - is the smallest room we've experienced. I might say, if you have a tendency toward claustrophobia, you may want to look elsewhere. Our room was clean and attractive, but there was barely room for a standard (not a queen) bed, with 2 feet on all three sides. There was a window, but the blind was pulled - because the view was a solid wall a foot or two from the glass! My husband and I jockeyed for position to navigate the room when both of us were standing, trying to get ready in the morning. It's been awhile since we've slept in a standard size bed - that was a challenge, as well! Elevators are very tiny, as well - so at busy times, you wait quite a while. We used the stairs on the way down from our 6th floor room. Love the location to Times Square - and there's a lovely smell upon entering the lobby that makes you feel like you're in an expensive hotel! If you don't mind tiny quarters, this is a good hotel.

157 West 47th Street New York NY

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Broadway and Times Square
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • 24-hour business center

Located in Midtown, Night Hotel Times Square is adjacent to Broadway and within a 10-minute walk of other popular attractions like Times Square. This 208-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant, free in-room WiFi, and a 24-hour business center. Rockefeller Center and New York Public Library are also within a short walk.


Dining

Enjoy a bite to eat at Maple, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. Start each morning with continental breakfast, available for a fee from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM.


Rooms

Night Hotel Times Square's 208 rooms are air-conditioned and provide iPod docks, safes, and ironing boards. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and LCD TVs with cable channels. Pillowtop beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries. Desks are also included.


Property features

Night Hotel Times Square features free WiFi in public areas, a meeting room, and a 24-hour business center. Valet parking is offered for USD 70 per day. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. This hotel also has express check-out.

Guest reviews for Night Hotel Times Square

Everyone (32) Couples (24) Business (16) Family (6) Other (5) Friends (7)
3

noisy

Everyone

Noisy from construction beside the hotel cannot sleep

By on Apr 23, 2018

2

well located only

Everyone

too noisy, cold water didn't work, thermostat panel didn’t work.. only positive thing that is located within times square.. small room is not new in Manhattan but trying to take a shower with boiling water is unacceptable.

By , from Argentina on Mar 19, 2018

Review comment responded on Mar 21, 2018

Thank you for your feedback.

5

great place

Everyone

Small room but good location. Everything on point. Very helpfull with luggage storage even after you check out.

By , from miami fl. on Feb 13, 2018

Review comment responded on Feb 20, 2018

Thank you for your feedback.

5

times square nyc trip #6

Everyone

This was our 6th experience to NYC and although it was only 3 days, we had a blast as usual. A plethora of great food and things to do keeps you occupied 24-7. We will be coming back soon.

By , from San Antonio, Tx on Jan 20, 2018

Review comment responded on Jan 22, 2018

Thank you for your awesome review!!

3

great location, mediocre hotel

Everyone

Location couldn’t have been better, that’s the only great news. There is one main elevator in the lobby that only fits 4 adults. If you have large bags then the elevator only fits 2 adults. The rooms were small. Imagine a walk-in closet with a full sized bed thrown in the middle, that’s what this room is. The door knob on the closet was broken? The light fixture in the bathroom had been repaired so much the plaster was falling off. We had to constantly climb the steps to the 6th fooor because you could easily wait 30min for the elevator to come to the lobby. This is an ok hotel if you only need one or two nights max. If you are traveling for more than two days look elsewhere.

By , from Washington, DC on Jan 2, 2018

Review comment responded on Jan 8, 2018

Thank you for your feedback. I am sorry you did not enjoy your stay with us. I hope to welcome you back in the near future, the new year has improvements on the way and we would love to better accommodate you.

4

excellent location

Everyone

Overall we had a great stay. The best part of this hotel is location. The staff was great and we were able to get an early check in after a long flight which we appreciated so much. The entrance is beautiful which makes the room a little disappointing. They are clean but not in the best shape... there were only two small elevators which always was a con for us. There was some construction which I know is inevitable and I appreciated the ear plugs left in our room. But overall we had a great stay and definitely recommend

By , from WA on Nov 15, 2017

Review comment responded on Nov 21, 2017

Thank you so much for your feedback! We look forward to welcoming you back in the near future, happy holidays :)!

2

only thing going for it now is the location

Everyone

I have stayed at the night hotel many times going back to when it was called the stay. I have had some great experiences with the hotel and have had some pretty bad ones as well. This last stay was unacceptable. The stay started off fine until I found a used towel in my room along with used womans hygiene products in the bathroom trash (not the biggest issue, but something you wouldn't expect to find.) Sheets did not seem to be clean as they had lots of hair on pillowcases and blankets so I was able to get clean ones from one of the cleaning ladies while she was in the hallway. Then the biggest issue was the shower...the spout of the shower when turned on would spray everywhere at random...I called the front desk 3 separate times and also went down to the lobby to alert them only to have them respo nd that they would have someone come right up to look. 3 hours later still nothing. Finally a maintenance guy showed up with a plunger in hand lol. Luckily all that needed to be done was to change the shower head and everything good and normal. This along with them not updating their website and other booking pages to state that the restaurant in the hotel is under construction and/or that the parking garage that was next door is no longer there. I was planning on driving into the city but ultimately ended up taking a train in. Overall, the hotel used to be an amazing establishment, but seems to be going downhill... the only thing positive now is the location.

By , from RHODE ISLAND on Nov 12, 2017

Review comment responded on Nov 19, 2017

Thank you for your honest feedback, On behalf of the hotel I would like to apologize regarding the lack of cleanliness you mentioned. I will be sure to address this with the appropriate department as that is un acceptable. The hotel is currently undergoing a restaurant renovation which should be open just in time for thanksgiving. Lots of changes happening all around us for the better of course. I will reach out to our media team and find out what happen with the online update regarding our information. Thank you so much for bringing that to our attention. We hope to welcome you back in the near future should you give us another opportunity. Kind regards,

4

nice hotel near times square

Everyone

The Night Hotel on 47th Street was perfect for our visit to NYC! I loved how close it was to the theatres and subway. It was very easy to get to the shows, and to great places to eat. The rooms were comfortable, the beds comfy, and the entire location was very clean and safe. My only issue was the first night in our room facing the street. The building next to the hotel is under construction, causing loud noise (jackhammers, trucks, debris falling down chutes) all night long! The hotel staff was very helpful the next day, moving us to a room away from the street. The next four nights I slept well, and enjoyed my stay very much! Thanks to the staff for being friendly and accommodating to my needs!

By , from Seattle, WA on Sep 6, 2017

Review comment responded on Sep 9, 2017

Thank you Randy, for your kind review, Sorry about the construction, Time square is always building and improving and unfortunately It has been a challenge but we are happy you still managed to enjoy your stay :) ~ I will be sure to share with the staff what an awesome job they have done to better accommodate you! have a wonderful weekend, Kind regards,

2
Everyone

Small room. Dirty carpet. Had to reset the keys every time i came in. Paint from the shower floor coming off. Worst bed ever. Couldn't change hotels because nothing available close to me. The price was right for the location, that was perfect.

By on Aug 1, 2017

Review comment responded on Aug 6, 2017

Thank you for your honest review, I am sorry you did not have a great experience with us. I will be sure to pass this information down to our maintenance team. We hope to welcome you back in the near future so that we can better accommodate you. Have as wonderful day~

2
Everyone

Rooms are very with limited space to put anything, dirty, with many broken lamp shades and fixtures.

By , from e on Jun 4, 2017

Review comment responded on Jun 9, 2017

Thank you so much for your feed back, I apologize for the inconveniences you have experienced with us and will be addressing this with the appropriate departments in order to better our product. Kind regards,