Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown East
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Historical Traveler Reviews Courtyard New York Manhattan/Midtown East New York City
Great place to stay
We spent last weekend at this hotel, and it looked familiar - it was the old MacMillan Book Publishing building in an earlier incarnation! So, the rooms were larger than normal. The hvac system was new. The ceilings were higher. Actually, we got a great commercial location at a bargain price!
The walk to Fifth Avenue is steps away. Great place to use as a shopping base. Walked to the theatres. Central Park is blocks away. Good value for the money. Marriott service is always good, and this is no exception. Except here one does not have to over-pay. Recommend it highly.
May 2004 visit
I am not a lover of the east side, but love the location of this hotel. Very close to Bloomingdales and good window shopping.
The hotel is a typical Courtyard, but certainly a clean, accomodating place and one I would visit again.
March 2004 stay @ Courtyard Midtown East
Just back from New York...thanks to all who take the time to write reviews. They are always informative and helpful when trying to choose a hotel. I agree with all the past writings and I too would like to add that the staff at this hotel is outstanding. They went out of their way to be helpful. We arrived early and (10:00AM) were given a room right away. We thought we would just check luggage and come back later.
Instead we checked into our room, unpacked and had the rest of the day.We had breakfast at the hotel each morning and the staff each morning, made it a pleasure to be there. Buffet is $14.95 but you can also order off the menu. The room was very spacious and a comfy bed, room decor is not fancy more"business" like. Clean and everything needed for your stay. We forgot and left a privacy sign on the door one day so housekeeping never made it in. They called while we were out and that evening brought clean towels, emptied the garbage and made sure we had what we needed. The staff really makes this courtyard. Location was great for us because we went downtown and uptown, so to be in the middle worked. We used the bus and walking distance to a lot of attractions. Great stay and would definitely return. Enjoy NY we did!
My husband and I stayed at the Courtyard Marriott Midtown East last weekend and we found the location great. Right across from the subway and walking distance to St. Patrick's, Rockafella Ctr., Radio City and Times Square. Great deal for the price. Rooms were nothing fancy, but certainly clean and adequate. I would definitely stay there again. A very friendly and helpful staff!
Pretty good for your money
We were pleased with the property.
The hotel lobby and entrance were always kept clean with friendly people to assist you. The hotel offers valet parking, which is a big plus for us.
The room was cleaned every day and the staff was very friendly
Excellent considering the price.
I stay there for weeks at time. A real "bang for the buck" deal.
Great inexpensive hotel
Great inexpensive hotel. Checkin was prompt and we were given a 2 bed double on the 27th floor. The room was clean, with iron, ironing board and blow dryer. A refrigerator was available on request. The bellman held our bags for our late afternoon departure and arranged for a car to take us to Laguardia. A subway station was across the street and the neighborhood included several reasonably priced restaurants. A drug store is next door. We walked home from Times Square more than once and felt very safe in the neighborhood. I would definitely stay there again.
Our Family liked the Courtyard Midtown.
We just returned from a two night stay at the Courtyard in Midtown NY.
The room was clean and spacious and we got a really good rate considering other NY hotels. The location was good, wished we would have stayed a little closer to Times Square but were able to get around due to close Metro stop. I would recommend this hotel and will probably visit again.
This is a first rate hotel. The staff is unusually friendly and helpful and the rooms are clean and comfortable. The location can't be beat. One of the best places to stay in NYC!
Good place to stay if you can get a deal
If you have a reason to stay on the East Side (Third Avenue in the vicinity of 52nd Street), this could be the hotel for you. Rooms are a tad small, but the bed is mega-comfortable. The neighborhood has plenty of bars and restaurants within walking distance. The conceirge was extra-helpful with requests for information about the neighborhood.
Paid a bit under $200 for the room, which is not high by New York standards. Still, I've stayed in almost as good for a lot less. If you can get a deal on a room here, it's worth it.
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Took a trip to visit Michael, Nick, Austen and Francis in New York. Meet up with Victor, Brooke McDaniel, and some others along the way. Francis and I flew into the city on Friday and after getting delayed from high winds, made it to the hotel at around 6:30. After waiting for the others, Michael, Austen, Victor, Francis and I went out for a …
Alimich stayed here on May 4, 2014 during their trip titled: New York.
... on a previous trip here.
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