Great Staff. Makes all the difference. The bellmen are like extra concierge staff. Desk staff great. Great restaurant in the Hotel (NIOS). 2 subway stations within a block. Center of the theaters, can walk to all.
Bus. Traveler from Michigan
Surrounded by Broadway theaters, this New York hotel is on West 46th Street, within walking distance of Times Square …More
"Excellent up market hotel close to all the action"
loved the hotel, beautiful old building, the rooms are amazing with great views of the city. The in-house cleaning of the room each day was wonderful and thoughtful with everything carefully replaced and looked after. My only criticism would be that the front of desk was a little bit abrupt and could use a bit more tlc in the handling of prospective guests.
Built in 1882 by railroad baron Henry Villard and luxuriously renovated in 2013, the grand entrance of this hotel is right …More
Beautifully refurbished, the Plaza lived up to expectations. Brilliantly located on corner of Central Park South, just at 5th Ave Subway stop. Our room was spotless, very comfortable and probably the quietest hotel room we'd ever slept in - no disturbances from other guests or noise from the streets below. (We were on the 18th Floor.) Generous and good-quality toiletries, well-proportioned bathroom with separate shower room.
Staff always happy to help, but discreet.
We only ate once in the hotel - in the Todd English restaurant. Food was really good, but we had to sit at the counter, as there's not a very big seating area. Good variety of options in the Food Hall, and lively atmosphere.
We'd definitely consider another visit - which is rare for us as we prefer trying new places.
Would certainly recommend it.
K, C & I from London
Ideally situated where Manhattan's Fifth Avenue meets Central Park, this celebrated New York hotel re-opened in Spring 2008 …More
We stayed here recently for 3 nights. The hotel is in a great spot for sightseeing around central park. They serve a great breakfast options and the staff was very helpful and friendly. Room was on 9th floor right by the elevators but noise was not an issue at all. Room was large and roomy, bathroom pretty small but well laid out. The only issue we had was that the room was a bit hot and the air con was to loud to put on and if we opened the window the noise level was to high. Would we repeat? yes we would.
Fredrik from London, Ontario
Built in 1926, this family-owned Midtown Manhattan hotel is on Lexington Avenue, 2 blocks from Fifth Avenue and Madison …More