The whole visit was a great success, the weather was great, the people were friendly, the theater was marvelous; and it all started with Nicola, the young woman who checked us in at the Mark. Nicola overheard my wife mention that she was hungry, and did´t like the idea of having to go out. She made several calls, and invited us to go into the wonderful restaurant of the hotel. Got us a table, and the experience was great. We undoubtedly would recommend staying at the Mark, and praise the food and service at its restaurant, they both rate a couple of stars. Nicola rates at least three.
Julio from Guatemala City
This 16-story hotel is in Manhattan's Upper East Side, close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum, and …More
Booked The Towers at New York Palace for silver anniversary - what can I say. We booked a king size suite which was fab. Entrance area, living area, bedroom, dressing room and bathroom. Fantastic views and fabulous location. Room very comfortable with little extras - ipod docking station, Molton Brown toiletries,The Hotel is within easy walking distance to most tourist attractions. Didn't eat in the hotel, however lots of places close by for breakfast and dinner
Belfastlass from Manchester
This luxury hotel is located in the heart of New York, walking distance from St. Patrick's Cathedral, Rockefeller Center, and …More
The Refinery Inn is a restored vestige of the old garment district. Staff members have a great attitude, and it seems well managed in every respect. We chose it because of proximity to restaurants and the theater we planned to attend. We would go back because of the excellent service and generally upbeat attitude of the staff. The restaurant is very nice, as is the downstairs bar. The rooftop bar is mainly for the younger crowd.
Ken from Washington, DC
A chic oasis with 1920 s flair in Midtown Manhattan Ornate neo-Gothic architecture meets contemporary design at the Refinery …More
This hotel was in a great location! It is within walking distance to many favorite Times Square attractions. For other attractions the subway entrance is only a few feet away. The hotel staff was great and very helpful. Our only complaint was the breakfast wasn't very good. A couple mornings there was hot eggs and oatmeal which was wonderful. The other days was cold cuts for breakfast which was good but not really breakfast fill up food.
This luxury hotel is located in the heart of New York, walking distance from Ed Sullivan Theater, Carnegie Hall, and Radio …More