As an author I visit NYC often on speaking tours. I've stayed at the Marriott on Lexington, the Waldorf Astoria and most recently the One UN. You cannot beat the views and the comfort of the hotel. My only issue is the restaurant never seems to be open when I needed it to be and the breakfast was ridiculously overpriced. There are diners around the corner which are reasonable. Other then that, I liked the hotel.
Psychic Lawyer from Orlando, Florida
This glass-and-steel high-rise offers a prime Midtown East location across from the UN, 4 short blocks from Grand Central …More
Found the hotel room and bathroom very clean, had a Superior room on floor 45 with great views and the beds were extremely comfortable. Hotel right off Times Square which was brilliant,ideal place to start and finish a day.Staff were helpful and check in was fast.
This 52-story Midtown New York hotel is a half-block from Times Square and Broadway; Fifth Avenue is less than 2 blocks east …More