A classic New York City hotel located near everything you want to see and do in including Times Square, Central Park, and Broadway.
Beyond Positive - Just Keeps Getting BetterPros: This is my wife and my second time staying at this hotel. Last year, we stumbled across the place during our honeymoon simply because it was a great rate and it looked as if it was a bit more romantic and "sexier" than some of the other hotels in NYC. We were immediately hooked!
This hotel since last year has underwent major renovations to bring the rooms to an even more modern hot view. When we checked in, they upgraded my wife and I because it was our one year anniversary, the doorman personally walked everything to our room (he is awesome btw) and the reception staff was beyond professional. I almost felt as if they still knew my wife and I from the first time we visited their hotel a year earlier.
To our amazement, the hotel sent up a representative about thirty minutes after we checked in with a complementary bottle of champagne and a couple of glasses for my wife and I to celebrate our anniversary. Talk about overwhelming service you never get when traveling today -- especially in a big city!
The rooms were spacious for a NYC hotel. Their upper floor suites are totally worth the extra money -- including one of the rooms that has a walk-out balcony. While there was a bitter snow storm during our stay last week, we still managed to enjoy our time outside!
My wife and I have traveled the world and as a native northeastern, I have stayed in a ton of amazing hotels. However, in my opinion, nothing can even come class to the professionalism, cleanliness, romantic and down right hot environment that this hotel possesses. Forget every other hotel you might see on the list -- Dream Hotel, Midtown is the perfect place to say for a romantic getaway or a one-night rendezvous you might never forget.Cons: I enjoyed everything. Zero areas for improvements.
Good for a quick tripPros: Close to everything including entertainment, transit and all the typical sites of NYC/Manhattan. Cons: The nightclub attached to the hotel meant large lineups of really young folks all through the lobby at night.
$300 a night to jam yourself into a shoebox with aPros: Location Cons: Was far from a Dream. Overpriced for what seems like a 10'x10' room with a brick wall view. People quickly say "well that's New York", but at $300+ a night there are plenty of great options in the city. Won't be back.
Ok Hotel Pros: Room was clean and comfortable and a good size for a NYC hotel. Convenient location for tourists.Cons: Elevator situation made for excessively long waits. Lots of street noise could be heard from the room.
Pros: Very clean and staff were helpfulCons: Rooms are small but as expected for New York
Pros: Location was excellent. History is good.Cons: They were in a complete renovation process and they did not tell me up front.
Only one elevator was being used for guests and it was malfunctioning. One was out of service and one only for construction.
Pros: The staff, from doormen to housekeeping to desk staff were freindly and very accommodating. They are obviously the strength of this hotel.
The location of the hotel was convenient to local attractions and eateries. Local mass transit gives you access to the rest of the city. Cons: The room was a bit drafty. Also the open shower allows water to soak the bathroom. Scaffolding on the exterior detracted from the appearance. There are three elevators but one wasn't working and another was so small it could only hold 3-4 people depending on luggage.