Ratings based on 6,991 Verified Reviews
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4.3 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Maui, HI
ok hotel, expensive. good location.Posted 23-Oct-2014
Cons: the beds could be comfier.
Location: MSG, garment disctrit. Empire State Building. Time Square
hotel needs an interior renovation. rooms are nice but beds aren't that comfy. porters and bell men are nice, the front desk ladies need training in being NICE.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller
Hotel is great. Have stayed there many times. Large rooms ... 2 doubles & room for a rollaway too. Quiet!!! Wish they would add mini-frig and microwave to the rooms.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from M
Close to times square but not so nicePosted 21-Oct-2014
The hotel was on construction from outside. Room was small' didnot looks like the pics.The hotel is in good and safe place and is fine even in late night
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Meriden UK
If Art Deco is your thing , , , ,Posted 21-Oct-2014
Pros: The location was central to the various things that we wanted to do and with Penn station being so near also made for easy access to the Sub Way.
Cons: Attention to painted woodwork and tiling and damaged bath.
Location: .We walked most places although we used the Sub Way at Penn Station to get to South Ferry and the Brooklyn Bridge.Yes so very centrally located.
If Art Deco is your thing then you ought to like the Wyndham New Yorker.However if you enjoy some space in your bedroom then maybe not.Movement was made more difficult by one large chair in what was already a very restricted area.Two smaller chairs would have been preferential but then space may not have permitted. The Queen bed was very comfortable and the sleeping experience was very good. The bathroom again had Art Deco features but has suffered through the years with paint work and tiling chipped whilst the surface of the bath around the plughole was damaged.Water pressure was strong and provided a good shower. The staff were very friendly and helpful which made for a very good holiday overall.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Ontario
Great spot to stay in ManhattanPosted 20-Oct-2014
Pros: Location, art deco design, inviting lobby, very friendly helpful staff, clean
Location: Fantastic location in mid-town Manhattan; within walking distance to attractions, shopping, theatre, dining, transportation.
We really enjoyed staying at this hotel during our 5 day stay in Manhattan. It offered a pleasant, centrally located home base while we explored the city. Hotel staff were always very friendly and helpful. The lobby, elevators and our room were always very clean. There was a diner with great food, large portions and reasonable prices attached to one side of the hotel and a more upscale restaurant and bar attached to the other side. The subway, Penn station and Port Authority were steps away from the hotel. Reasonably priced transportation to major NYC airports was also located about a block away. I would definitely stay at this hotel again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Scotland
Nice hotel, in heart of midtown.Posted 20-Oct-2014
Pros: Central location
Cons: Attention to detail in cleaning.
Location: Within walking distance of Empire State, Times Square major shopping and Broadway theaters.
Hotel's period features are lovely. Rooms were comfortable, some slight cleaning issues but not enough to spoil the trip. Good location in heart of Midtown opposite Madison Square Garden. Would stay there again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveller from Ottawa, Ontario
Nice spot, great location! Typical old New York!Posted 20-Oct-2014
Pros: Friendly service, and great for getting us a cab at a great rate - even to New Jersey!
Cons: It is looking its age! Needs some renovations. But it is old school NYC. It added character.
Location: Best Pizza slice, and I eat a lot of Pizza when in NYC - Pizza Suprema, 413 Eighth Ave., midtown west. And very close to Madison Square Garden.
Great location to go to the Javits Center for a conference. Great location and friendly neighborhood. Best thing it was located one block away from the best pizza slice in NYC - Pizza Suprema, 413 Eighth Ave., midtown west. For this reason the New Yorker hotel was great!
by A verified traveller from New York
Ruined our trip to NYPosted 20-Oct-2014
We booked a room well in advance for a holiday for our family of 4 in NY. The room was so small there was not even enough space to open the suitcase. The bathroom had paint flaking from the walls, the bath was chipped, the floor was unsealed. The common areas were a mess, and rubbish left on the floor the first day was still there when we left. I asked to be moved, but the staff were not interested. They said they would get back to me, but no one was particularly interested. My learning from this is when a hotel is booked via Expedia with a Flight, you get some discount . This then puts you at the bottom of the pile when it comes to room allocation. I would stay clear of this hotel.
by A verified traveller from Los Angeles Ca
a+ location in the Big ApplePosted 20-Oct-2014
Pros: The location
Cons: the room is in need major upgrades
Location: close to Madison square Garden , times square , and the Famous Macy's Mall
The Hotel is old and outdated I do not believe in the star Rating that was given to the New Yorker the room was so small that to spend time in the room and enjoy is not. My opinion this is a place to spend just one night because there is nothing else close by at a very high cost I will definitive think twice before booking this hotel the hotel is in need of a Major renovation....
by A verified traveller from London
Cowboys !!Posted 20-Oct-2014
Pros: Nothing !
Cons: Everything !
Location: Location is spot on - the hotel is not !
Queen sized bed was the smallest bed I have ever seen and they insisted to me that a queen size bed is smaller in New York! REALLY ! And then the smart arsed bar man shortchanged me - a load of cowboys !