We had a terrific experience at this Marriott. The Doorman Pedro is an awesome representative of the hotel, as are the people at the front desk. The are very friendly, warm and welcoming. They know the neighborhood and are very helpful in recommending local restaurants, places to see and things to do. They made us feel at home and made our visit to New York very enjoyable.
Located on the popular east side of Midtown, this newly renovated hotel is just a few blocks from Rockefeller Center and …More
The hotel is comfortable, staff are helpful. Ask for the side with the view of Statue of Liberty. Located close to Wall St and subway is nearby. You are a 20 mins ride away from Times Square. Had a pleasant experience overall.
Three blocks from Wall Street, this luxury hotel across the street from Battery Park and the Statue of Liberty ferry terminal …More
The hotel was easy to locate, convenient to all the areas we wanted to visit & well as being super close to the subway. Check-in was quick & simple, the staff was very friendly & helpful & most importantly, the room was exactly what we expected. It was very quiet & restful.
The new state-of-the-art Courtyard New York Manhattan/SoHo hotel provides greater flexibility and choices for our guests. Our …More
Fourth time staying here. The main attraction is being in the heart of Times Square. Very comfortable, and the View Revolving Restaurant is well worth a visit. Staff very helpful, so all in all a good place to stop.
Located on Broadway in the midst of Times Square, this award-winning hotel is within three blocks of 30 theaters; Fifth …More
A great hotel in a fantastic location. Whilst we learned that you don't really need to be right in the heart of Time Square because the subway system is so extensive, the location is perfect. There's plenty of places to eat and drink and the hotel is right next to a discount ticket booth and it's on top of one and in walking distance of another metro station. Overall a good experience.
Paul from UK
Rising 26 stories above Times Square, this gleaming glass hotel occupies the island where Broadway and Seventh Avenue meet …More