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All reviews rooftop bar view of the empire state building turn down service bryant park new york nespresso machine rooms are small times square boutique hotel little touches every evening great boutique perfect location midtown manhattan fantastic hotel would highly recommend this hotel mini bar
Had a great stay at Archer hotel on 38th street between 5th and 6th Ave. Staff were all very friendly and attentive. Great steak restaurant and lovely roof top bar! Wonderful location for both ends of Manhattan
Having done some research we decided to choose this hotel we were not disappointed, located on 38th Street it is really convenient for all areas of Manhattan, whether sightseeing or shopping both are in easy reach. The staff were very friendly and all requests were...More
Date of stay: November 2018
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Response from GM_ArcherNY, General Manager at Archer Hotel New YorkResponded 2 weeks ago
Wow! Thank you so much for your amazing review, Dave! It's wonderful to hear that you enjoyed so many aspects of your stay with Archer, including our convenient location, comfortable beds and Empire State Building views. We are so glad that we could help make...More
Stayed at the Archer for a long weekend with my husband and our friends who flew up from Florida to meet us. What an amazing hotel! In a brilliant location with easy access to all of the sights, shops and bars/restaurants. Staff are super friendly...More
Myself and my boyfriend have just returned from a perfect weekend in the best city in the world. To top it all off we stayed at The Archer hotel, which was recommended by a friend, i'm so glad we listened and stayed here as it...More
i have stayed here a few times. they never meet you curbside, you have to go in, leaving your items on the street and find someone. when i arrived at the desk the night mgr evan was engrossed in a conversation with an employee. after...More
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Archer Hotel New York evokes the creative soul of its Garment District neighborhood and promises a distinctive stay every time. The boutique hotel's carefully curated experience is a reflection of Archer …More— storyteller and adventurer, connoisseur and consummate host. It's a welcoming residence filled with quirky, curated luxuries and a sincere staff dedicated to your service. With 22 stories, 180 intimate yet luxurious rooms, the bold American flavors of Charlie Palmer Steak and the year-round Spyglass Rooftop Bar with Empire State Building and Manhattan skyline views, the hotel blends industrial elegance with boutique intimacy. Guest rooms have five-star bedding, floor-to-ceiling windows and elegant subway-tiled bathrooms with walk-in showers. Top-notch concierge service, objects d'art from Archer's journeys throughout the hotel, daily turndown treats, whimsical slippers and an in-room Nespresso coffee experience are just a sampling of Archer’s surprises around every corner. Less
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I did not pay a deposit but did find the room rates varied for friday sat sunday. This was a bit of a surprise when checking out. I booked hotel through a hotel web site. I was given a total price including taxes etc. But... More
I did not pay a deposit but did find the room rates varied for friday sat sunday. This was a bit of a surprise when checking out. I booked hotel through a hotel web site. I was given a total price including taxes etc. But when the bill was broken down it was then I realised the room rate varied. It was a lovely hotel and very clean modern and comfortable. The room prices reflect what you get. It was a treat for my 50th. Had o been staying for just an ordinary trip i wouldn't have stayed as it was on the expensive side. Like i said though you get what you pay for.have a good trip