The room was clean. The staff was friendly. I was told by the desk clerk one of the elevators were broken. Each time I waited for an elevator it took 5 minutes or more. Then the elevator would be crowded. My over stay was pleasant. Love the location of the hotel,
good location，small room，no free drink bottle water
While my stay with family, we like the property and cleanliness but one thing which we could not understand that why the breakfast service is poor, any how its good and have good experience with this property
Location good but overall run down. facilities adequate not much options for eating within hotel.
I always stay here when in New York and will again! Perfect staff, cleanliness and location!
Excellent view from our high floor room. Bed was very comfy and it was a good sized room
Excellent location, very clean from the minute we stepped in. Room and sheets were always in excellent condition. The staff was very friendly and had great recommendations on restaurants and things to do.
The Belvedere is in a perfect location. The staff was very courteous and knowledgeable. I would definitely recommend it and stay there ahain.
I did not like the lack of refrigerator in rooms. I did not like the "Pop corn" bucket as an ice bucket. The hotel is nice but they ruin it with the details. They are so cheap with wird things that ruin the experience
Midtown is a vibrant neighborhood known for its popular theater scene and stunning architecture. Experience the best of Midtown with a visit to Macy's, Bryant Park, and Empire State Building. If you're searching for places to stay in New York, you're sure to find something to meet your needs with 568 Midtown hotels and other accommodations to choose from.
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While you're in Midtown, you can catch a show at Broadway, Radio City Music Hall, and Gershwin Theater. As you're discovering the neighborhood, Macy's and Bryant Park are some other places worth a visit.
Favorite places to visit in the surrounding Midtown area include Empire State Building, Times Square, and Madison Square Garden. 5th Avenue and Grand Central Terminal are also worth a visit when you're out sightseeing in New York.
For a quick way to explore the city, catch a ride on metro transit at 42 St. - Bryant Pk. Station, 34 St. Station (Herald Square), or 34 St. - Penn Station (Fashion Av.). If you want to see some sights out of town, hop on a train. New York W 32nd St. Station is the closet train station, but New York Penn Station and New York Grand Central Terminal Station are also close by.