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|""Small room felt claustrophobic, no view.""||(in 65 reviews)|
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|"The hotel lobby was under reconstruction."||(in 59 reviews)|
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Location was great for my business in the city. Staff was nice.
The lobby was under construction, walls were thin in my room so it was noisy at night. No coffee available until 7am and I had to leave in mornings by 6:30am. Rooms were very small.
The staff were accommodating when I requested a late checkout due to an interview in the city - it was great to have a place to come back to and change before another long travel day. This is the second time I've stayed at the hotel and each time the stay has been nice, staff friendly, and rooms comfortable and clean.
Enjoyed my stay. The rooms are petit but have all you need. Bathroom a decent size with a good shower. Nice pastries in reception for breakfast + kettle to make tea / coffee. Easy walk to many midtown locations. Street noise average for NY. Staff were very friendly. Overall a very nice surprise considering I had never heard of the hotel before
WiFi often needed to be logged back in when you returned to your room but worked well when connected
Weekend Business Trip
This hotel is very cute and boutique. It's unique character is charming and inviting. I was only there for the weekend for a short business trip and the hotel was a 5 minute walk from where I needed to be, so the convenience to a lot of locations within walking/subway distance is a major plus. Even though NYC traffic is loud the hotels windows blocked out a majority of the noise, which was nice for a small city girl to be able to fall asleep easily! Overall a lovely experience at this hotel!
The only thing that was a huge issue for me, which is not the hotels fault, was all the party people coming in at all hours of the night and being unbelievably loud at 3am. Woke up several different times during both nights which wasn't fun. Heavier doors or maybe asking guests if they are in for business then putting them away from the elevators? Again, not the hotel's issue, just wasn't a restful night of sleep.
Descent hotel but location and other patrons a bit odd
I booked this last minute to get a quad room for a family. They ran out of rooms with two beds so after some back and forth gave us a suite with one bed and a couch. The weird thing about this hotel is that it is located next to the museum of sex. My 7 year old kept asking if we could visit (not good) and there were a lot of younger/partying people on our floor that yelled into the night. Overall this hotel is fine, but beware of the slightly odd location.
Museum next door and younger crowd- not great for families
Great for a quick comfortable stay
Great place to stay! Convenient location in a non touristy part of the city. Being a former long-time resident of Grammercy, this is nice and close to my home neighborhood. Small but efficient and comfortable rooms, nice toiletries, good beds and linens, quiet.
Don't Expect Much
Nice staff, powerful shower, nice bathroom fixtures, good liens and firm bed.
Very small and noisy. Radiant headed floors in bathroom would not heat. Two requests of front desk staff to have repaired not fulfilled. No room make up after 2nd night. No coffee service in the room. A pot of coffee shows up at 7am in the lobby with small pastries. No napkins, they have a box of facial tissues. New Yorker visitors much be used to poor value.
The room was comfortable but no view. The location was convenient.
The counter staff were rather aloof and totally inflexible with regards to the check in check out times.
It was very clean. The room was stylish and comfy. The location is amazing.
They can't help it- they are in the process of remodeling. No lobby, no area for breakfast, no ice machine. These things will probably all be back when the hotel is finished being remodeled. Great value.
Jeremy and the staff that we dealt with were super helpful and accommodating!
The elevator isn't the quickest...
A great homebase
The room is beautiful. High ceilings, great fixtures, great bad… And all very well laid out. It was in a fantastic location, just north of the flat iron district.
The only downside of my stay there, was the fact that it was under renovation in the lobby. I didn't bother me… Staff was excellent, the room beautiful.
Nice finished in room.
Room was smaller than expected. 1 slow elevator. Shower didn't operate correctly.
The Evelyn is an avant-garde hotel situated in the modern NoMad neighborhood, named for jazz legend Evelyn Nesbit. The art-deco styling of the hotel is inspired by history and modern style, offering guests a boutique stay like no other. Within walking distance, visitors will find Madison Square Park, Gramercy Theatre, the Empire State Building, and Dover Street Market, just to name a few. All of the best attractions in the city are just steps from this hotel, and a short taxi or subway ride can escort guests to other great sights around New York City during their stay.
Located in the stylish Flatiron District, the hotel has a history that dates back to the early 1900s. Guest rooms come complete with all of the modern amenities, including Frette linens, flat-screen TVs, and free WiFi throughout the hotel. Pre-war details and modern designs fill the many guests rooms, which are designed for comfort in a compact space without compromising quality. This hotel was once at the epicenter of the American music industry, situated in what used to be Tin Pan Alley in the early 1900s. Today, it still pays homage to that history.
The Evelyn leaves dining and drinks up to Chef Jonathan Benno, who has created a Roman-inspired cafe and bakery as well as a fine-dining Mediterranean style restaurant, all within the hotel walls. The hotel also offers a 24-hour fitness center and gym, private event spaces, and concierge service for trip planning, excursions and event tickets, and more.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Set amidst the buzz of New York, it is good to know that The Evelyn hotel features its own private parking lot. The hotel also offers valet parking services to guarantee a spot-on experience from the minute you arrive. For standard-sized vehicles, the hotel charges approximately $50 per night (+ taxes) and please note that there are no in and out privileges for guests. An additional $10 per night will be charged for oversized vehicles like vans or SUVs. Without personal in and out privileges, note that fetching the car may take up to 15m of waiting time.
Depending on guests’ travel itineraries, an early check-in may be advantageous, and the hotel strives to accommodate all their guests’ wishes. Should you arrive early, inquire as to whether your room is already set up, as you may be allowed in early. Later check-outs are possible, too, but depend on availability and may be subject to an additional charge.
From LaGuardia airport, guests can be at The Evelyn hotel in less than 1h. Going by public transport from either of the airports is a preferable choice as it allows guests to avoid New York traffic. From LaGuardia, take the Q70-SBS to Roosevelt Avenue and change for the R line to 28 Street Broadway. From Teterboro, line 161 goes to Port Authority Bus Terminal, where you can change to the R line as well. If you opt for going by car, go via the I-95 South to be at the hotel in about 30-50m, depending on traffic. From LaGuardia, the quickest way by car leads via the I-278 West.
A variety of packages can perk up your stay at this stylish boutique hotel, and while some of them are all-time favorites, others come and go with the seasons. With these deals, guests can benefit from included parking and complimentary breakfast, as well as a guaranteed late checkout until 1:00 pm. On special days like Mother Day, Father Day, Christmas, or Labor Day, KAYAK also whips up a special deal to get guests an enhanced experience.
Infused with history and the boutique style, all rooms stun with great amenities and topnotch style, but the Executive King Suite welcomes with even more. In line with the art deco furnishing, this suite odes to the Jazz movement and the hotel’s name-giver with a gramophone, trumpet end tables, and a signature trombone bass chandelier. The porcelain bath has jets for ultimate relaxation and a custom Lefroy Brooks vanity adds to the historic chic atmosphere.
In the Leonelli Taberna, guests can host private events with a social or corporate function. In the Private Mezzanine, up to 25 people can be seated for a 3-course gourmet dinner, or guests can opt for the large format feasts that can be shared family-style on platters or as a menu. The Taberna Lounge is also an ideal location for birthday parties and small receptions with a capacity of up to 40 guests. (Prices checked 18/06/19).
The Evelyn is located at 7 East 27th Street in Midtown, 1.5 km from the centre of New York. Empire State Building is the closest landmark to The Evelyn.
Check-in time is 3:00 PM and check-out time is 12:00 PM at The Evelyn.
Yes, The Evelyn offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Evelyn does not offer free parking.
No, The Evelyn does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Evelyn is 10.3 km from New York LaGuardia.
Yes, The Evelyn is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, The Evelyn does not have a pool on-site.