Night Hotel Times Square4.0 out of 5.0
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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.
Hotel is about 1/2 block east of Times Square. Perfect location to see uptown and only 2 blocks from the subway to go downtown and see things. There is construction going on outside the hotel but it didn't affect us in any way. Hotel staff were friendly and helpful with directions and calling a cab for us. We were there for the Christmas lights and shopping and it was a movie worthy weekend. Well worth the price compared to other hotels in the 300-400 dollar range. Room was small but I would say that is common for NY. If you're going to New York for a big hotel room you need to check your priorities! It's about seeing the CITY!
My husband almost fell into the bed when he opened the door. Room was VERY tiny.
Large percentage of staff is incompetent at their jobs. If you are a front desk clerk, be aware that you will have to deal with customers that in many cases, have already paid for their reservations there, and some of that money is part of your paycheck. If you are there as a luggage room attendant, be aware that part of your job is to be near, ready to help guests retrieve the luggage they checked in and got a claim ticket for. It is not your job to hang out with your friends somewhere else until a guest has to come find you. Claim tickets are supposed to be checked when the customer receives their luggage back, not something that has no value as you are just going to let people into the luggage room and take what they want. Not everyone is honest and will take advantage of such incompetency. Cleaning staff is not exactly thorough in their duties. Is it too much to expect that the room be cleaned, dirty linens taken, sufficient towels be left (2 Bath towels and a hand towel are not enough for two people), and the shower cleaned (Same mold between the bricks in the shower for the entire 5-night stay!).
It was a great location, I was not impressed by the room. It was small and the ac didn't work.
Very nice clean Hotel. In the heart of Times Square!! Perfect for couples celebrating a special occasion.
Conveniently located near Times Square. Quiet, clean and functional. Small room, but plenty large to sleep in and store my bag. Staff was friendly.
Arrived late the first night. Had asked for quiet room but had to take one facing construction. Woken up at 7am with loud work noise!!! The staff was very apologetic and moved us to a nice quiet room for the rest of our stay. No construction or street noise.
When I arrived, my room with 2 doubles beds and "a view" had been changed to 2 single rooms with a view of some construction and otherwise bland building siding, without advance notice. The hallways smelled musty and the elevator ride up to the 10th floor was hot and irritating to say the least. There were no direction signs to find our rooms, so we wondered the floor in hopes of finding them. While the beds appeared to be clean, the bathrooms smelled of mold and my room had mold patches growing out of the ceiling. There was also a lovely spiders nest tucked in a corner of the room which I discovered upon leaving. I think for paying upwards of $200 per night the rooms should've been cleaner. I'm disappointed we didn't have more time to pour into a complaint earlier and/or find a different establishment.
I was recently in NYC for a brief stay to see Hamilton on Broadway. The location was perfect, only half a block from Times Square, a block and a half from the theatre, but not right on the main strip which still provided some reprieve from the craziness. The rooms are tiny, but offer everything needed. Free Wifi, comfortable beds and a fantastic bar! I actually met some great people at the bar and found out they frequent it for it's coziness and great prices. More than anything, the location was killer for the price!
Lobby décor was very odd, but staff was courteous and helpful. Room was nice and very clean. Only drawback was the room service prices. Ridiculously overpriced with a 20% service fee and $5.00 delivery fee tacked on top of that.
Room is small. Smaller than Spain. They did call to say they could get us a bigger room but by the time we got the call we had one more night. Elevators are horrible. Perfect location and there was construction next door but didn't here a thing. We were just there to sleep and that's it.
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 Macy's are also within a short walk.
Enjoy a bite to eat at Maple, the hotel's onsite restaurant. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service. Continental breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 7:00 AM to 11:00 AM.
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.
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 45.00 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.