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Meira met us at our hotel and we set off for the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I had three shows on my agenda, the bamboo sculpture on the roof top garden, Women in America and the Picasso exhibition.
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Our hotel the City Club …
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... ascending we are not sure that there will be a descending!! Another weird thing is that we couldn't find ourselves, what is our location and near what street we are, luckily since we started to be afraid from the freaky fast riders we somewhere turned out, there was a roundabout, and after a few seconds we understood, we have more luck then brain this is 110st where we need!!!! It was a great feeling!!!! Tired but happy we turn back to the apartment, until 9pm everyone were ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews City Club Hotel New York City
Great location, service and rooms
Just stayed here for two nights while on business. The staff was very gracious and we were even upgraded to King Suites upon arrival - I think these rooms were the "end of the hall" rooms as noted in previous reviews. The rooms were great - very spacious compared to the Hudson hotel (which I stayed in on my last visit). Because of the relaxing and cool decor of the rooms I actually wished I had more time to stay inside them.
The tea service on the 2nd floor was nice and the tea was delicious and the hostess very sweet. I would highly recommend this hotel and absolutely plan on staying there during my next visit.
My favorite hotel in NY
I have stayed at the City Club three times in the past two years. Each time it gets better and better. What a an amazing and friendly staff, cozy rooms, excellent amenities, and prime location. I will only stay here in the future! Thank you City Club!
Would not be my first choice
My girlfriend and I stayed at the City Club over Thanksgiving 2003. The room was small but very tastefully decorated. The bed was fantastic, and my girlfriend crooned over the quality of the sheets and feather-down pillows, however, the bathroom or shall I say the tub was dirty upon our arrival. After a 20 minute debate with the hotel staff, the reservationists finally decided to clean it for us- after offer us a smoking room (we are not smokers). Our stay which was to be six nights ended at two, we moved to the Sofitel where the rest of our trip was simply excellent and we had a view of the Chrysler Building.
Great great great
I have stayed here on 2 occassions and both times were just great! Don't let the tiny lobby fool you--the room I stayed in on my first visit was HUGE. All the rooms have gorgeous black marble bathrooms. Way Way cool decor. Great room service--great food! Great service. On my second visit, I had a smaller room--when I discovered the TV was not working, I was moved to another room by the helpful, attentive staff. Heck, this place even had business cards printed for me and gave them to me upon my arrival. Without a doubt, my favorite place to stay in NYC.
My wife and I stayed at the hotel just before the Christmas break. We read a previous posting regarding the rooms at the end of the hallways that had the bathtub instead of a simple shower stall, and opted for those rooms.
I tend to agree with the review above.I found the rooms to be T-I-N-Y but I must admit I am quite spoiled. I did like the coziness of the place, it almost felt residential.The elevators were VERY slow and the stairs led to the restaurant kitchen. They asked that we NOT use them but we hated waiting 10 minutes to go one floor down!Our room had a great king bed with about 1 foot of space on 3 sides. There was a day bed, too... thank goodness because that is where all our stuff was stored.I HATED the TV arrangment. HATED IT! The glare was horrible and the sound was hard to control.The bathroom was fine in our unit. I did have a nice bathtub and shower. I love the way the Hermes stuff looks in the bathroom but it is not a good product for everyone.I have sensitive skin and allergies and it is just very harsh... I prefer L'Occitane, Fresh or Aveda.Love the cork floors, colors and decor.The only other thing I hated was the room was directly above the kitchen vent and around 6pm everyday the room filled with the odor of clarifying butter, which is ok for a few minutes but gross for hours.
Just got back on 12/3 and really loved this hotel. I have stayed in New York many times and I am a self proclaimed "hotel snob". I don't mind spending more money for a nice hotel, but expect the experience to be perfection, especially in NYC. Except for the front desk staff on the day we arrived, the service was top notch. The rooms and amenitities were supurb, expecially the feather beds and wonderful linens. My favorite thing about the room was where the TV was concealed. Behind a two way mirror, in front of the bed. Clever! Omar, the bellman told us that the hotel's restaurant serves one of the top four hamburgers in the world. We thought the comment was rather random and that he was kidding. We later found out that it was true, the hamburgers are world renowned and $30. We walked by the restaurant many times and it was always full. We should have tried it. Anyway, a great hotel, excellent value, lovely amenities, the most comfortable bed I have ever slept in and the staff was terrific. A really nice change from the "trying to hard" chic hotels in Soho, Tribeca and Union Square. This is the real deal and a great location, too.
Stylish hotel, nice stay!
Better location than I first imagined. Helpful staff. Great dining at the hotel. Rooms were great and even included HERMES bath products. A couple suggestions, the hotel hallways smelled a bit strange (I was not the only one who noticed), and the restrurant was very, very fancy. Overall great hotel!
This is a small client oriented midtown haven on 44th Street between Avenues 5 and 6 and within walking of the theaters. The staff provide European style individualized service and demonstrate creative problem solving (e.g., we felt like afternoon tea sandwiches and the front desk figured it out). Room was large enough with all comforts (king size bed, feather topping, internet connection, refrig, TV etc., free newspaper daily). Terrific restaurant run by 5 star chef! Fair rates.
Having read rave reviews everywhere about the Cuty Club (Conde Nast Traveller Hot 25, Evening Standard etc.), we were really excited to stay there on business. It's in a unbeatable location, sounds great, looks great in the photos, has had good reviews...does it live up to it?