Ratings based on 6,218 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.3 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.9 Room comfort
3.9 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from New York
Very noisy making it hard to sleepPosted Oct 18, 2014
Location: Location was fairly central to most things. We would choose a place further north next time closer to Central Park as it is cleaner and more upmarket.
We were just over half way up the building and it was so loud with other guests and room service coming at all hours of the night. The walls must be made from paper as you can hear a door being closed down the other end of the level you are on. Definitely the city that never sleeps.
by A verified traveler
Not worth the ratePosted Oct 18, 2014
Good location, bad rooms. Not worth the price. Better places have better hotels and lower prices.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from UK
Holiday in New YorkPosted Oct 17, 2014
Pros: The position and décor, the staff were helpful. We felt safe. The security was discrete. They have an email room which was useful.
Location: Couldn't be a better location: Empire State/Macey's walking distance. Subway on the corner. Shops & food/restaurants/bars on the doorstep.
We had a brilliant week in New York. Loved the position of the New Yorker hotel, we ate in the diner everyday for breakfast - loved the atmosphere & the staff. The concierge & front desk staff at the New Yorker couldn't be more helpful. The room was clean & bigger than expected for a NY hotel. It took a day to master the shower controls! But having said that plenty of hot water. We asked for and got a tea/coffee maker at no extra charge. Just bring plenty of money to NY as there's so much to spend it on!!
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from W
Posted Oct 16, 2014
Very good stay. Great location. Clean room. Nice staff.
by A verified traveler from San Francisco, ca
Caution: It is the old New Yorker hotel!Posted Oct 15, 2014
Don't get fooled only one floor is remodeled. Very old hotel facility. Internet is very expensive.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Older hotel but with character.Posted Oct 14, 2014
Location: Central, easy access to Manhattan. Right by the subway line. Within walking distance of Time Square.
Very good. Staff helpful in providing info re getting around town and back to the airport.
by A verified traveler from MA
Centrally locatedPosted Oct 13, 2014
Clean room but the whole experience was nothing to write home about. Bathroom was small and outdated. Very over priced.
by A verified traveler from Mexico
Good location---very small roomsPosted Oct 13, 2014
Cons: needs updating
Location: convienct location
no good restruant on site---no bar ---staff friendly -good security
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Good location.Posted Oct 13, 2014
Cons: -Staff not very friendly. - Let guests use internet for free in business center
Location: Penn station is one block away. Less than 10 min walk to Macy's, Madison Square Garden and Empire State Building. Many cafes nearby.
First time to NYC. Chose this hotel for its strategic location. Close to the Penn station which is one block away. Less than 10 min walk to Macy's, Madison Square Garden and Empire state building. Out of 4 nights in Manhattan, I stayed 3 nights here, in room 3330. After coming out of elevator make a turn and there's the room. Room is small but cosy. Bed was very comfortable. Bathroom is small, not much space or racks to place my stuff. There are scaffolding around the hotel, think there is construction work going on. Around 8am, can hear construction work. Also, constantly hear people going around, even late at night. And i don't think they are the other guests. More likely to be the housekeeping team. Still, I sleep soundly. Light sleepers might want to avoid this room. Free wifi in room which i didn't use. I used the business center instead. Internet use is by the minute. Printing of boarding passes is free. Probably won't stay here again. 4th night i moved into another hotel which I like a lot. And I paid slightly less than what The New Yorker charged. If I return to Manhattan will choose to stay at that hotel.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Edmonton, Alberta
Character hotel well located MidTown ManhattanPosted Oct 13, 2014
Pros: The hotel was clean, appealing, had the amenities we needed and the staff were friendly and very accommodating. Central location for easy sightseeing.
Cons: The bathrooms of the 2 rooms we had could use new tiles and grout. Minor detail.
Location: Easy walk to Madison Square Garden and Penn Station as well as Macy's, Empire State Building, Times Square and Broadway shows. Lots of eateries nearby
This is an older hotel built in 1929. It has been somewhat renovated. The rooms are clean but are smallish. We changed rooms after the first night to a better, bigger room. More renovation to bathrooms such as tile work could be done. Desk staff were very pleasant and helpful. The lobby area is very appealing with lots of seating, a desk to arrange transportation, a desk to buy tickets (broadway shows, etc) an ATM and access to the 24 hour Tick Tock Diner on the main floor of the hotel. A new restaurant is being built on site which looks like it will be ready to use very soon. The location of the New Yorker is great for visits to Penn Station, Madison Sq Garden, Macy's, Empire State Building, etc. It is also relatively easy walking to Broadway Shows, the Port for Circle Island Sightseeing and Times Square. Although we were out from morning to night each of our 8 days in NYC, we had excellent sleeping at the New Yorker and enjoyed our stay there. When next in NYC, there is a very good chance that we will return to the New Yorker.