Renaissance New York Hotel 57
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The bedroom was cramped, but the bathroom was quite nice. The view from my room was also quite good, however they were doing construction on the hotel so balconies/verandas were closed off. Décor was dated and I would recommend passing on the restaurant for what the city has to offer outside the hotel doors. I liked the location and spent time walking in Central Park. Also walked to and from a production of Wicked at Majestic Theater one night.
We visited Renaissance Hotel last weekend and we had a great time. Room was a bit dark but we were on the third floor so it was expected. Bathroom was big and clea. Staff throughout the hotel were very helpful and polite. Restaurant was lovely. Breakfast was good. Location is superb with walking distance to the main attractions. I would recommend this hotel to anyone who is visiting New York.
We visited New York for a week back in late May and loved the place. Our hotel - chosen blindly, was an excellent overall choice. Location was superb, room small by comfortable, and the service excellent overall.Admittedly there is some ongoing construction outside at the front but this didn't put us off overall.. we would go back to that hotel again any time!Thanks for a great time and good service
Wonderful hotel staffed with uber friendly folks who are always smiling.Pernell, the man at the front door is awesome. He remembered my name and my wifes every day for the eight days we were there. Always happy to see us and offer suggestions on what's what in the area.I like the concept of checking in on the bottom floor, then heading on up to the lobby and the elevator to the rooms.The elevator is right next to where you check in, so you check in, hop on the elevator and head on up. If Pernell is around, or one of his co-workers, they'll grab your bags and get them upstairs for you.The lobby is small, but that's OK by me. I wasn't planning to spend time in the lobby anyway. The woman who was at the desk in the lobby was super awesome to us. We arrived after a red eye, before our room was ready. We let her know how tired we were, so she got on the phone and booked a massage for us around the corner from the hotel. We had to pay for the massage, but it was cool how she took some time out to help us get that scheduled.The rooms are great, we had room 1505. Super comfy bed, the shower was really large too. The water pressure was a little lower than normal mid morning (8:00-9:30), but that is to be expected anywhere.The wonderful woman who cleaned our room each day did an amazing job. The room was spotless and the bed was made perfectly every day.We needed more towels one night. They arrived within 60 seconds of me hanging up the phone.I really like how it is an old building, but they have updated parts of it so it is newer. Once in our room, we never felt like we were in an old hotel.The big screen TV was nice, right by the bed. WiFi coverage was strong in our room.The restaurant in the lobby had good food and good coffee.You're two blocks from a Whole Foods Market that is open until 11:00PM, a coffee shop and two pizza places are less than a block away. One pizza place is right next to the hotel, the other across the street.There is a subway stop two blocks away, green #4 Lexington Avenue Express #5, and #6, and another 4-6 blocks away, the E, F, Q, and M, to get to other parts of NYC.This is now our favorite hotel in Manhattan.
The hotel lobby is currently undergoing renovation, but the rooms were nice. Small, but very nicely appointed. What really stood out though were the staff. All of them, the receptionists, doorman, cleaning staff, were all so friendly and helpful. Great location as well, walking distance to a lot of key attractions in New York (5th avenue, Central Park, etc).
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- 200 Rooms
- Business centre
- Room service
- 1 double bed
- 225 square feet
- In-room safe
- Internet / Wi-Fi (fee)
- Alarm clock
- Coffee maker/tea service
- Luxurious bedding
- Some rooms have shower only
- Cribs and rollaway beds not permitted
- Non smoking
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Renaissance New York Hotel 57New York,United States
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130 E 57th St, New York City, NY 10022-2726
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