The stay was honestly amazing down to the parking. We couldn’t park the car till 6:00 because of streets being closed but since the valet parking is 24 hours that just meant we had some extra time to walk around the next day and then also held our bags for us till we came back to get the car. Everything ...
The room was ok. Not very big. You have a safe to keep the passports and important stuff, but you don't get a fridge. Plenty of towels and the beds are Full size not Queen so keep that in mind. They have pretty good eating facilities inside, but you're in NYC, so it seems silly to look to eat at ...
We stay in NYC fairly often and really liked this hotel. It's very close to the theaters, clean, comfortable and very reasonably priced. The room we had was nice and much bigger than normal NY hotel rooms. Our flight in was delayed and even though we hadn't prepaid, they held the room until we got ...
We spent 7 hours there to rest between flights home after returning from Europe. 10 minutes from airport. Bed was very firm (too firm for me). Pillows were nice, hallways messy, front desk pleasant. Served our purpose...To get some sleep.
good value hotel. directly across 7th avenue from Penn Station, meaning that if you get a train from JFK or Newark airport, you arrive basically at your hotel room - what could be better? on site 24 hour coffee shop is a big bonus
The Watson was very convenient for a visit with my daughter attending Fordham U. We were able to check in early (although the 1st room we were given had not been cleaned, we were immediately moved to one that was). There were at least 2, perhaps 3 places to park the car within a very short walk of ...
"The city that never sleeps," New York lives up to its nickname with exciting diversions 24/7. Whether you're ready to experience the thrill of a Broadway show or you want to step into the shoes of the many immigrants who began their lives in New York with a visit to Ellis Island, the Big Apple offers both opportunities and countless more.
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We stay in NYC fairly often and really liked this hotel. It's very close to the theaters, clean, comfortable and very reasonably priced. The room we had was nice and much bigger than normal NY hotel rooms. Our flight in was delayed and even though we hadn't prepaid, they held the room until we got there at 11:00 pm. We'll stay here again.
They allowed us a very early am check in which was much appreciated. Common areas were beautiful and comfortable. Staff was overall pleasant if not a little inconsistent. They often gave conflicting info but they tried to please. Room was small but decorated well and the bed was comfortable although the low frame was awkward and easy to run into. Wear shin guards...big issue was how loud any conversation in the hallway was. No insulation between the room and hall. Since it's a nightclub in the later hours, be prepared for drunken fellow guests.
The Hotel was great from the time I stepped on site, throughout my stay and all the way through catching a taxi back to JFK, The Hudson was amazing.
The hotel is very accommodating! There was an issue with our room and they switched us to another with ease. I’m pleased with our hotel stay at Park Central New York and would go back again!