Courtyard New York Manhattan Midtown East
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A clean, quality hotel at an affordable price. This location is an excellent place to use as your home base for NYC exploration. There are numerous restaurants and bars in the neighborhood to check out.
Room with city views! Good location! Nice hotel! Queen not full beds! Read all about it!! ... I recently stayed in a corner unit with two QUEEN beds on the 28th floor of The Courtyard Marriott Manhattan Midtown East. The room was very large with 5 huge windows. The city views from this room were amazing. The size of the room is big by Manhattan standards. The bathroom and shower were a good size. I paid an average of $190.00 a night. The hotel was very clean, had a breakfast Starbucks TYPE eatery on the 12th floor. They only offer breakfast for purchase from 6:30 to 9:30am, but the floor with TV, table, chairs, couches and restrooms was available all day. Fantastic option for any family that doesn't want to bring take out food into their room. It is also a nice place to wait for a late afternoon or evening flight. Very comfortable. Front desk staff were very nice. Baggage person and conceriege person were also very helpful. The location was good. Closer to Central Park than say Times Square. It is more of a business district, but this was ok. It was pretty quiet vs some hotel in Times Square. I've been to NY before and I did a lot of research before choosing this hotel. The truth is no matter where you stay you will be close to some things and other things will require a taxi ride or subway. It's just how Manhattan is. We walked to Central Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral/Rockefeller Plaza. Depending on the time of day, Uber or Lyft are reasonable options. Time is money and this also applies to getting around in NY. Lexington subway station is right here. Pot Belly, Chipotle, Panda Express are some places to eat nearby. So many positives. Negatives might be: after 6pm area is certainly more quiet than say Times Square or Central Station and toilet paper holder is odd. I've never seen a TP holder like this. I'll leave it at that.
I picked this hotel based on prior reviews saying the rooms were big for NYC standards, and I'm so glad I did! The room was a "normal" sized room, vs. the typical NYC smaller room, so the 3 of us had plenty of room. Plus we had 2 queen beds, and the sink and vanity were outside the bathroom which helped separate spaces for showering vs. getting ready. There is a Duane Reed drugstore right next door, which is convenient for drinks, snacks, etc. and our room had a fridge to keep them cold. There was room out front on the street for our ubers to pull up. The only recommendation I have is to ask for a room NOT facing east. We were on a high floor and even with the shades down the sun really heated up our room every morning.
This is a good hotel but our experience included some annoying glitches. First, the pluses: great location with a subway stop right out front, large rooms and very clean. Also, great value for the money. We paid around $200 @ night on a holiday weekend. Now, the glitches. We had a tough time charging up our mobile devices, which resulted in a dead phone at the high point of our tourist experience at One World Trade Center. There was only 1 available working outlet in our room. The working outlet had the TV plugged in, and we had to unplug a lamp to use the remaining jack. That meant we had to line up to charge our devices, as we could only do one at a time. The table lamps had these weird built-in charging jacks that didn't fit our charger plugs. The bathroom outlet wasn't working, and the hairdryer was broken, which we didn't notice until the next morning. To the hotel's credit, the bathroom outlet was fixed after we complained, and a new hairdryer was delivered. The other strange thing was the shower. It had only a half wall of glass, which meant water got on the floor. Anyone with young kids would be looking at a slippery mess. Photo included. Bottom line ... This was a good hotel but could have been a lot better if these things were attended to.
Quick walk to Penn station and shopping options. Cosy business hotel with all the usual amenities without excessive frills. Not the flashiest part of Manhattan though! Walkable to most major attractions
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- Fitness centre (fee)
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- One king bed
- Sofa bed (subject to availability)
- Hair dryer
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- 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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