Courtyard New York Manhattan Midtown East
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As a NYC resident, I don't often stay in hotels in and around the city, but given an early morning conference nearby, and the ever worsening roads and LIRR from Queens, I decided to stay overnight. This Courtyard is in a good area on 3rd Avenue right in between a Wells Fargo and a Duane Reade. It's a typical NYC hotel where the lobby is pretty much lacking given the importance of store front real estate in Manhattan. It's a front desk, a small market shop, and the elevators. Check in was quick as I had checked in with the app. The thing that surprised me was the size of the rooms for a Courtyard and for Manhattan. I've seen and heard about hotel rooms in Manhattan and they can be tiny. So this was a good surprise. There was plenty of room to relax or do work in the room. The bed was comfortable although typical for a Courtyard, the bedspread was a little thin.Room was clean and updated with a decent sized bathroom (with a tub)Noise from the hallway or adjacent rooms was minimal but I was surprised to hear noise from the street being 30 stories high. I guess it was the loading/unloading of mail from the post office across the street, but it was going on pretty late close to midnight and I heard it pretty loudly from that high up. But I guess that's Manhattan for you!Overall - good clean stay
This hotel had everything you'd want staying in Manhattan: Close to subway stops and all that midtown has to offer, good service, comfortable and spacious (for Manhattan) rooms, and all for an affordable price. We stayed in a room with 2 queen beds and sofa bed, which was perfect since we would have had to pay for 2 rooms to get 3 beds elsewhere. Every part of our experience was good, and being so close to the subway right in midtown was the best.
The hotel entrance is currently covered with scaffolding and the jack hammers and drills start up at 9 am sharp and go throughout the work day. You will not have hope of sleeping during any daylight hours. Location is great. Hotel itself is odd; there's really only a main floor reception desk and elevators. The "lobby" is on the 12th floor but we've never bothered to stop on that floor. The room is spacious and the king mattress is standard in comfort. The pull-out mattress on the couch however is insufferable, even for a 60 lb little girl. Marriott has nice pulls outs at other properties we've stayed at so corporate knows the difference. We finally just pushed the pull-out back in and made up a bed for her on the couch. I'd prefer to enjoy my vacation than spend 20 min posting this review but I thought people should know. However, I'm not sure what else is out there for $189/nite. Good luck!
Large rooms and windows in NYC? A fridge in the room in NYC? Both of which are very rare. Duane Reade at street level for snacks which was pretty well priced for NYC. The little store next to the lobby was pretty expensive so I stayed away from that, did I mention the location is excellent? It's literally 50 feet(on the same side of the street!!! which is a win in NYC) from access to the E train which takes you to Times Square, the World Trade Center, and points in between. The "free" wifi seemed good enough(who comes to NYC to stay on the computer all day anyway?) but they had an option to "buy" better wifi for $17 a day(no thanks). Lot of little charges if you aren't careful, but they did store my luggage for free til 5pm my last day so I could play in the city more, but in general a nice property and excellent location.
Our family of five stayed here for three nights. The staff was friendly and efficient, room was clean and very spacious for NY standards. We didn't eat at the restaurant, other than coffee. Note, the restaurant only serves breakfast and is open 6:30-9:30AM. The Lexington/53rd St Metro stop is literally out the door to the left on the same sidewalk. There is a 24hr Walgreens next door which was convenient for drinks and snacks. We would stay again.
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- Fitness centre (fee)
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- One king bed
- Sofa bed (subject to availability)
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board
- Alarm clock
- In-room safe
- Maximum occupancy of 3
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Courtyard New York Manhattan Midtown EastNew York,United States
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866 3rd Avenue, New York City, NY 10022-6221
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