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We stayed for a 3 night break for an anniversary trip, this last weekend. I am a travel agent, so probably the worst when booking my own breaks... it took a long time to choose this hotel, we didn't want a standard chain hotel, but...More
Stayed at the New Yorker as we often have. They didn't disappoint. We were there twice on the 30th floor and on the 23rd floor with corner rooms and lovely views of the Empire State building and Madison Square Garden. I think paying for the...More
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Response from WyndhamNYH, Manager at The New Yorker A Wyndham HotelResponded 6 December 2017
Thank you for sharing your 5 star experience with us! We're pleased to hear you enjoyed your stay and all that our location has to offer. Should your travels find you back in NYC, we hope to welcome you back as our guest.
Fabulous Hotel, wonderful location and a throwback to a by gone age. At a similar price to the Sherborne on Lexington Avenue we thought we’d give the New Yorker a chance. It really is difficult to directly compare. The rooms are small but more than...More
Booked this hotel for my 50th as it looked nice and central and had good reviews. Emailed the hotel asking for an upgrade as it was a special birthday. Travel agent done the same to increase our chances. Didnt mind paying a little extra. On...More
Hotel is in perfect location and the staff are absolutely outstanding. The hotel is very safe and the security are amazing and they do there jobs very well indeed. The rooms have a different view for each section of the building but all views are...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit the Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.
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I can't advise about the Executive View Double rooms but because I was on a tour. We had the choice between view rooms and rooms with 2 bathrooms. Thank God we took the two bathrooms. For two females it couldn't have been... More
I can't advise about the Executive View Double rooms but because I was on a tour. We had the choice between view rooms and rooms with 2 bathrooms. Thank God we took the two bathrooms. For two females it couldn't have been better. I don't know which floor the Executive rooms are on but if it says view, I imagine the view would be great. Having a 7 year old would make a double a must. No complaints about this hotel. As I remember we were on the 28th floor. Have fun.
Hi we had a late return flight, you can arrange to leave your luggage in a storage room. I think it was a $1 a bag, you pay half when you leave it, they give you a ticket and you pay the rest when you collect. Very handy.
Hi, we booked through Booking and the price was added on at the end, no extra charges from the hotel. My holiday tip - walk the high line, at the end turn right to the river and walk along the Hudson all the way to the 9/11... More
Hi, we booked through Booking and the price was added on at the end, no extra charges from the hotel. My holiday tip - walk the high line, at the end turn right to the river and walk along the Hudson all the way to the 9/11 memorial- bike tour around central park - train over to brooklyn and walk over the bridge at sundown, all excellent.