Rooms were small but view us amazing. No guest laundry but great location. recommend teying the Butcher and Banker restraunt. Close to Amtrak station and subway.
I was traveling by Amtrak and the convenience of being across from the station was great! Also it was heartwarming to be in one of our old classic and historic American big-city hotels.
I enjoyed the free rooftop tour, the location of the hotel and the food credits!
Telly like the coffee and kitchen restaurant elevator Is really long wait to much before coming
Great hotel, location, cleanliness, and staff and early check in. The only issue was our room was 417 which was right above the hotel/bar which the staff didnt tell us about when checking in. Had I known the loud banging music would penetrate the walls every night, we would have opted for a different ...
The location of this property made it the ideal place for us to stay.
Close to Times Square and theater district. Across the street from Grand Central Station
This was a good hotel - centrally located, wonderful and courteous staff, and clean, comfortable rooms. There are two concerns I have about this hotel - first, there is a $30 per day facility fee which includes things like 50% off a continental breakfast (which is originally priced at $18 and a bit ...
There’s so much to love about New York; the food, the people, the music, the atmosphere, the culture, the hotels and (naturally) the shopping. Every day people from all walks of life visit the city to shop until they drop, hitting the most famous stores on Broadway and Fifth Avenue and in SoHo and the East Village. Of all the New York shopping institutions, though, Macy’s is perhaps the most popular and enduring.
Macy’s is located on West 34th Street, a stone’s throw from Madison Square Garden, and within walking distance of the New York Public Library, Times Square and the theatre district around Broadway. Open since 1858, and selling clothing, shoes, jewellery, beauty products and homeware, Macy’s is a fashion staple for New Yorkers, and an endlessly popular spot for fashion-conscious tourists.
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