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Wyndham New Yorker

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Had a fabulous time, everyone was very helpful & pleasant. Lots of history about the hotel found downstairs...would stay there again!

Lobby area was nice but rooms too small and bathroom I didn't like at all needs some upgrades

Keep in mind that this is quite a large 43-story 1,083-room hotel which opened 1930. It has a grand elegant lobby which is filled with traffic from coming and going guests. Yes, it's a clearing house of tourists with hints of its Art Deco dignity. While corridors to rooms are a bit like a maze and materials look somewhat worn, rooms are extremely clean, comfortable and private. The bed and pillows were as comfortable as floating on clouds. The hotel's location is excellent for those interested in being close to Penn Station which is where trains from Newark Airport arrive. It is close to Time Square, the Theater District, and my favorite: the beginning of the Hi Line elevated linear park which offers a delightful walk all the way to downtown ending in the Chelsey area. I would stay here again.

I sent my daughter to New York to stay few,days as a great before she starts college. She ended up with so many bed bug bites. My daughter initially booked the hotel then read some bad reviews mentioning customers complain about bed bugs. She called to cancel the reservation. She then kept the reservation after she was ensured by the hotel staff that those issues were old and has be taken care of.

i don't felt comfortable the way they charge things without telling you. They close the room when you advise them extent 1 hour and they give room key that's not work

The lobby is so nice but the rooms are available little small

As soon as you check in you will be hit with facility fees of $29 per day PLUS TAX! A shoe box is larger than the size of the room you will be given. Elevators are so slow. When you do get an elevator it will be sweltering hot and full of 20 other sweaty bodies. Save yourself a lot of time, trouble and energy and stay elsewhere!

stayed at the New Yorker over the 4th of July holiday. Hotel is in a great location the staff was friendly and helpful. On site restaurant and CVS across the street. Pipes can be noisy sometimes but overall great hotel.

We really liked the hotel. Great location with easy access to Penn Station, subways and easy walks to all activities. Would stay again

We had a great time and our hotel was close to everything subway and the bus were very close. Great pizza place, Familia across the hotel, best white pizza. . A must visit ... great staff very helpful and very clean room. I would stay here again.

This hotel was so disappointing. The rooms were so small and outdated. The photos were either from an updated, renovated room or photo shopped. Even worse I was charged $30 for a facilities fee for things I never used--- gym, business center, etc. What a rip off! They must be trying to make money for their failing hotel.

A nice hotel with a superb location. Many New York sights are within walking distance, or reachable by the subway that has a station just beneath the hotel with several lines crossing, including one from Jamaica (JFK).Our room on the 31st had a view of the Empire State Building just three blocks away. All these come with a price given the Manhattan location but I think it's totally worth it.

The hotel needs some updating. When I entered the room it was TINY and the bed was so uncomfortable! Also, the carpet was soaking wet. I have no idea why, and the smelled like cat litter! It was disgusting! The bathroom faucet was also making an annoying loud sound every time it was turned on. The staff was inattentive. The lines to check in took over an hour. Overall this place was horrible! Go somewhere else for the price! One night was $499 which was my last night there, a Saturday night. Absolutely ridiculous!

We had an excellent experience staying in this hotel. Excellent location and clean and contemporary room layout. I had a wonderful experience, especially with the extremely helpful concierge lady (Ms. Onelia Green). I could feel that she did everything she could to efficiently solve my booking problem. I've been traveling around the world a lot, and this lady is the one that stood out. Definitely will come back again!

The New Yorker is close to MSG, Javits Center, Herald Square, Port Authority, and more. It's also a quick cab ride to Union Square, Lower East Side, or Williamsburg Brooklyn. Historic, neat, small, and affordable.

Was charged for a resort fee which we never used the gym the extras. Was told we could not check in till 4 p.m. we arrived in New York at 8 a.m. . We slept in the lobby too we got a hold of Orbitz to fix our problem. Our last day check out was at noon and they turned off our key at 11 a.m. thanks New Yorker

Had two phone conversations with staff before arrival, vety helpful. Very good location off main artery 8th Ave @ 34) yet very quiet. Very well decorated lobby and halls. Good restaurant within. Excellent fitness center; my husband is a marathon runner thought this was the best fitness place he's had at a hotel. Felt secure with the security staff checking people's keys before getting onto the elevators. Half the elevators are express. Just a tad pricey but we will probably stay there GIn.

My wife and I stayed at the New Yorker for four nights we had a great time. We went to a concert at Madison square gardens which is right across the street which was really convenient. Rode the subway down to the 911 memorial and up to the Metropolitan museum of art and central park. The subway entrance right outside the hotel took us where we wanted to go. This was our second time at the New Yorker and we will definitely go again.

Be careful on what you see on the internet in terms of room size/quality - What I booked was completely the opposite of what I received - room was the size of a shoebox and bathroom was super OLD and not real clean looking - shower was terrible.

Gave me a room with a spectacular view of the Empire State Building. Love the convenience of the location - a short walk from Penn Station.

Room options

Metro Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Metro View Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Metro View Room, 1 Queen Bed

Queen 1 | Sleeps 2

New Yorker Suite, 2 Doubles

Full 2 | Sleeps 6

Guest reviews for Wyndham New Yorker

Everyone (64) Business (91) Couples (139) Family (72) Friends (38) Other (35)
5

nice place, close to times square, madison square.

Everyone

Had a fabulous time, everyone was very helpful & pleasant. Lots of history about the hotel found downstairs...would stay there again!

By , from South Carolina on Sep 12, 2017

3

close to everything

Everyone

Lobby area was nice but rooms too small and bathroom I didn't like at all needs some upgrades

By on Sep 2, 2017

4

strategic location

Everyone

Keep in mind that this is quite a large 43-story 1,083-room hotel which opened 1930. It has a grand elegant lobby which is filled with traffic from coming and going guests. Yes, it's a clearing house of tourists with hints of its Art Deco dignity. While corridors to rooms are a bit like a maze and materials look somewhat worn, rooms are extremely clean, comfortable and private. The bed and pillows were as comfortable as floating on clouds. The hotel's location is excellent for those interested in being close to Penn Station which is where trains from Newark Airport arrive. It is close to Time Square, the Theater District, and my favorite: the beginning of the Hi Line elevated linear park which offers a delightful walk all the way to downtown ending in the Chelsey area. I would stay here again.

By , from Fflorida on Aug 25, 2017

1

horrible stay, worst hotel ever

Everyone

I sent my daughter to New York to stay few,days as a great before she starts college. She ended up with so many bed bug bites. My daughter initially booked the hotel then read some bad reviews mentioning customers complain about bed bugs. She called to cancel the reservation. She then kept the reservation after she was ensured by the hotel staff that those issues were old and has be taken care of.

By , from Tx on Aug 23, 2017

2

close to broadway

Everyone

i don't felt comfortable the way they charge things without telling you. They close the room when you advise them extent 1 hour and they give room key that's not work

By on Aug 22, 2017

4

very nice hotel

Everyone

The lobby is so nice but the rooms are available little small

By on Jul 25, 2017

2

facility fees, too small

Everyone
New Yorker

As soon as you check in you will be hit with facility fees of $29 per day PLUS TAX! A shoe box is larger than the size of the room you will be given. Elevators are so slow. When you do get an elevator it will be sweltering hot and full of 20 other sweaty bodies. Save yourself a lot of time, trouble and energy and stay elsewhere!

By , from g on Jul 23, 2017

5

great location friendly staff

Everyone
View from the room

stayed at the New Yorker over the 4th of July holiday. Hotel is in a great location the staff was friendly and helpful. On site restaurant and CVS across the street. Pipes can be noisy sometimes but overall great hotel.

By , from augusta ga on Jul 18, 2017

4

pleasantly surprised

Everyone

We really liked the hotel. Great location with easy access to Penn Station, subways and easy walks to all activities. Would stay again

By , from California on Jul 9, 2017

5

great location and view

Everyone

We had a great time and our hotel was close to everything subway and the bus were very close. Great pizza place, Familia across the hotel, best white pizza. . A must visit ... great staff very helpful and very clean room. I would stay here again.

By on Jul 9, 2017