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|"Great staff, very helpful."||(in 223 reviews)|
|"Beautiful Lobby and very nice room"||(in 46 reviews)|
|"Excellent location-close to attractions,restaurants,subway!"||(in 364 reviews)|
|"The pictures online are deceiving."||(in 21 reviews)|
|"The room was dirty!"||(in 88 reviews)|
|"Badly in need of updating!"||(in 19 reviews)|
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The most I liked about the hotel was its location, it is in the middle of all the action. The views from the room were wonderful. Additionally, I liked the exterior architecture and the decoration of the lobby.
What I did not like about the hotel was the decoration of the hallways and the room. The carpets and wall paper were in bad shape. It does not seem to be a 4 star hotel, it needs an urgent remodeling.
The elevators did not work on the day we left.
Location is definitley great. Parts of the staff are very nice and helpful.
First room was horrible, old, dirty, not cozy. I needed to ask 3 times for an upgrade. At the end, I got one for around --$ (before tax). New room was better, but coffee machine was not working. Asked every day to fix it - the fourth day they did.
Convenience to theater district
The hotel was old, not remodeled, no modern conveniences. A resort fee is charged, for what? The heat stopped working in the middle of the night. The room was 60 degrees in the morning. At check out, the clerk was pleasant, others had same issue.
The location and staff were great!
The hotel is beyond tired. The rugs in the hallways were coming up and worn. The bathrooms were gross, we refused to shower because of the condition of the shower.
Just blocks away from the heart of New York City, the Manhattan at Times Square Hotel is centrally located for travelers looking to enjoy the hustle and bustle of New York’s busiest areas. Built in 1962, the hotel features classic Art Deco details that brings guests back to one of the most beloved time periods in the city’s history.
The 685-guest room hotel sits right on 7th Avenue, making it ideally located for exploring the city. Broadway, Times Square, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center are just a small sample of the famous attractions located within a mile of the city and easily walkable for guests so inclined.
After enjoying the local attractions, guests can look forward to a stay in comfort. Standard rooms start at 280 square feet and upgrades to these units include Broadway view and Ball Drop view, for those who want to ring in the New Year in the Big Apple. The Manhattan also includes five different classes of suites, including a 1,275 square feet Presidential Suite.
The hotel does not have a restaurant on-site, but guests do have access to a grab-and-go breakfast before heading out for the day. However, dining options are hardly a problem for guests at the Manhattan. Being so close to all the action of Times Square means that guests are just steps away from a bevy of culinary destinations, featuring any cuisine imaginable.
Central location and Art Deco nostalgia make the Manhattan at Times Square Hotel a New York highlight.
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