The Muse Hotel New York
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Stayed here for 5 nights during our city trip. It is a great hotel, with an awesome location. We had a room on the 7th floor facing the inner yard, which was a bit noisy but not that big of a problem. We had a great checkin and checkout. The only thing that wasn't so cool was the fact they blocked some money for the deposit on my credit card and released it only a week after the ckeckout. I have never experienced this anywhere else, but maybe this just how things work in the US. Besides this, the happy hour with complementary wine was a nice touch. I would defently choose this hotel chain again.
This was a great small hotel with great rooms and service. There is an attached restaurant/bar which we only briefly used. Wine hour nightly (but alas we were never there because we were eating/Broadwaying). Would stay here again - We stayed in a roomy Executive Suite.
After a derailed Amtrak train left my arrival in New York severely delayed and my nerves deeply frazzled, it was up to the check-in attendant at the Muse Hotel to turn the day around. She was excellent and did not disappoint, setting the tone for a weekend getaway in which the Muse played the part of sanctuary and respite in the whirl of excitement and chaos that is Times Square. Set slightly off the main drag, its location is in close proximity to all the mayhem, but nestled into a side street that made all the difference. The aforementioned front desk attendant was a friendly reminder of the Kimpton trademark: impeccable customer service. Their other trademark, comfort, would be found in a spacious room, where a number of windows allowed in a surprising amount of light (which could be cut out completely with light-blocking shades as needed). Aim for an upper floor if you enjoy the brightness. The bathroom is elegantly subdued in pleasant tones of gray and white, and the shower is the perfect blend of style and substance, with a hand-held shower attachment and a rainfall showerhead for the best of both worlds. With exquisite bath products by Atelier Bloem, and a trademark zebra bathrobe that puts the fun in function, this Kimpton property knows how to pamper with pizzazz. With all that New York has to offer, most of us don’t make a hotel room the point of a visit, but you could do that with a handsome space like this.
Really enjoyed my first stay here. I used to stay at the Waldorf on business and have been looking for a new option since I'm in NYC on a regular basis. The staff here is incredibly friendly, and there's free wine at happy hour. Room size is good for NYC, and location is generally convenient. I liked it much more than the W and will go back to the Kimpton Muse if it's convenient to where I need to be in the city. I also had tocheck out a day early and the staff was quick to waive the cancellation policy.
We came to New York City to see "Hello Dolly" with Bette Midler and stayed at the Kimpton Muse Hotel. We found the staff to be very efficient and personable. Everyone made us feel right at home, even if it was only for the one night. The rooms were well appointed and decorated quite nicely. The king-sized bed was comfortable and we especially liked the pillows, so much so that we even took off the pillow case to see who made them, they were that comfortable. (They didn't have a tag on them, so we never did figure out the pillow manufacturer.) Within one block of Times Square, the Muse is certainly at the center of the heart of New York City. It was a very short walk to the Shubert Theatre. Interestingly, they do bill themselves as being extremely pet-friendly, but I seriously can't imagine bringing a pet to Times Square. Oh, speaking of pets, though, you do have to check out the robes that hang in the closets for your use.
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- Items of a personal nature
- 200 Rooms
- Gym (fee)
- Business centre (fee)
- Cell phone rental (fee)
- Internet (fee)
- Laundry services (fee)
- Valet parking (fee)
- One king bed
- Flat screen TV
- Mini-bar (fee)
- Internet (fee)
- iPod docking station
- Iron/ironing board
- Hair dryer
- Maximum occupancy 2 adults
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The Muse Hotel New YorkNew York,United States
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130 West 46th Street, New York City, NY 10036-8501
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