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Distinctive Accommodations in the Heart of Times Square. Find inspiration in the pulse and passion of New York City after dark at Night Theater District - a boutique hotel in Times Square and a study in modern aesthetics. Here, you will disappear into a realm of playful contrasts, from the black-and-white checkerboard floor in the lobby to the invitingly guest rooms and suites. Enjoy the excitement of Times Square. See a show just steps away in the Theater District. Allow Night to summon the aura of a stylish private residence in the heart of NYC. Voted Sexiest hotel in America by TripAdvisor Editors.
We did stop on Night Theater District hotel for 6 nights.
The whole hotel is dark like the name. We where two adults and one 11 y girl.
We did have Deluxe Room with Queen bed.
Beds are small, two adults fits only in Queen...More
This hotel is literally a stone throw from Times Square which is great for shopping and seeing theatre shows. The hotel is clean and housekeeping come daily. Lots of food options in walking distance. Wifi is very unreliable and works then doesn’t work. Rooms are...More
We went to NYC to see a Broadway play. We knew we would spend most of our time around Times Square, so we wanted something close. There are 2 Night Hotel locations within 2 blocks, and we went to the wrong one first. The hotel...More
The location is fantastic! A quick 1-2 minute walk to Times Square and right next to Starbucks. As reported in many reviews Patrick is fantastic & very helpful. Unfortunately, those are really the only 2 benefits of staying here. We had a 5 night stay...More
GREAT LOCATION, and that is the highlight. Room and bathroom kinda small and dark, but always clean.
Close to EVERYTHING from theaters, restaurants, cafes, metro and Port Authority. We had no problem getting around town, dropping by and leaving again.
Didnt go to restaurant (Red...More
No we just get cabs from the airport, they’re quite reasonable and easy. If you fly into LaGuardia it will be quicker and cheaper in a cab then if you fly into JFK. But still it’s a flat rate into Manhattan from both... More
No we just get cabs from the airport, they’re quite reasonable and easy. If you fly into LaGuardia it will be quicker and cheaper in a cab then if you fly into JFK. But still it’s a flat rate into Manhattan from both airports and I think I paid between $50-60 USD, considering it’s an hours drive to Manhattan I didn’t feel it was too expensive.