Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan / Upper East Side
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Historical Traveler Reviews Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan / Upper East Side New York City
Wonderful new addition to the Upper East Side! Clean, new, Fantastic!!!
I stayed at the new Courtyard Marriott last month. It was great! Nice, new, clean, great comfortable beds. The staff was amazing and they were very accomodating about a late check out. The best the upper east side has to offer.
Clean, comfortable, friendly staff
My husband and I decided to take a last minute overnight trip to NYC last week. On short notice we didnt have a large number of hotels to choose from. We usually stay in Midtown -east area but all the available room rates were jacked up at least $200. more than we usually pay. So, we choose The Courtyard based on good reviews on this site and price (299.). We were not dissapointed. The staff was exceptionally friendly upon check-in. The type of room was just as we requested. It was small but recently redone and very clean. The bed was comfortable and the shower had great pressure. There was no tub, just shower. The included continental breakfast was good and sufficed till we ate lunch. There is no on-site restaurant but lots to eat very close to the hotel. The parking garage is just a few doors down and charged only $20.00 overnight. It's $40. if the hotel parks it for you. If I was to stay on the Upper East Side again we would not hesitate to stay here again.
Excellent, wonderful, loved it.
Just come home from a wonderful trip to New York and had a fab time.
This hotel was our base for 5 nights and it was great. The hotel has just been renovated and was the best we stayed in on our trip.
The room was beautiful, the bed large and super comfortable. Even the room was much larger than we thought it would be. The amenities were outstanding, the pools and GYM were small but in quality up to private club standards.
Front desk and staff extremely friendly and helpful. We felt safe the area looks clean and neat.
Just a shame there was no room service but plenty of places deliver food and the menus are all in the rooms for you.
Would defiantly recommend and when, not if, we go back we would go straight back to this hotel.
Great New Hotel on NYC upper East Side
We had a wonderful time at the new Courtyard Marriott on 92nd street. It was far away from all the touristy activities in NYC, but the hotel was so nice, it was worth the cab ride to the attractions.
The rooms were big, clean, and brand new. The view from the rooms was fantastic. The staff was extremely helpful, and we couldn't have asked for a better stay! We will definitely use this hotel again soon.
So new and clean!
For the special rate I got, I was pleasantly surprised by this supposed 2 1/2 star. NY hotels can be very pricey for very old things, but since this only a couple of months old, it was clean and modern. The decor is very fresh and even have flat screen televisions. i also appreciate that they have a free business center with computers to use.
For new to nyc travelers, the location is not prime. It's a few minutes walk to the nearest train and about 40 blocks past Times Square, BUT if you can get a great rate, it's worth it I believe for the cleanliness and friendliness of the staff.
Great Hotel! Outstanding Service!
My sister and I stayed at the Courtyard Marriott for 5 nights. The hotel is new and located in a relatively quiet neighborhood. The customer service was outstanding. The staff was friendly and very accommodating. The room was small, but very clean and comfortable. Wonderful beds! You can catch a city bus to the midtown and downtown area right on the corner of 1st./York ave., on 92nd. Otherwise you could walk about 6-8 blocks to the subway station on 86th/3rd. Our stay there was very pleasant and we look forward to staying there again.
Clean and New
We received a special offer from Marriott the week we were going to New York. We cancelled our reservation in the theatre district and moved up to the Upper E. Side. Not as convenient, certainly for midtown things...but we had a great time. The room was on the small side but the cleanliness, newness, QUIET, etc more than made up for it. By Quiet I mean no sirens, no garbage trucks. If you've ever been to NYC you know what I mean. You can sleep here without earplugs!
You need to be someone who enjoys walking to stay here (or if you want to take cabs everywhere that works too)...nearest Metro station 10-15 minute walk away. Great local stuff..restaurants, etc. Eli Zabar's E. side shops and restaurant are around the corner. Easy walk to the Guggenheim, slightly longer walk to the Met but easy for us as we walk all the time. We did take a cab over to Lincoln Center, but took the Metro the rest of the time.
Location not the best if you like midtown activities
I stayed at the Marriott Courtyard Upper East Side September 8th - 10th 2006. This hotel is new ( open only about a month at the time of our stay ) and I found a great rate. I stayed with my girlfriend and we wanted to give this hotel a visit. Our regular hotel of choice is the Marriott Marquis.
The hotel is on 93rd street, upper east side, down by the East River ( hint-hint ). The cab fare, if there are no traffic problems ( NYC - lol ) to Times Square will cost about $12, so about $24 or so round trip if you dont plan on taking a cab to other parts of the city before returning to this hotel. The most we paid was $15 to Times Square due to traffic and detours. The hotel doesnt have a taxi stand but the staff will get a cab for you. The bellman actually walk down the street to bring a cab to the hotel entrance. The staff were friendly and helpful.
The king room we stayed in was clean but VERY small. The bathroom is VERY SMALL. The bed was comfortable, nothing fancy about it but it's not the worst. The pool can be viewed from a huge glass window in the main lobby. There are no restaurants , bars, or lounges at this hotel. They do have a small snack stand in the lobby by the check in area.
I give this hotel 3 stars because of the room size, bathroom size and very BASIC room ammenities. Nothing fancy, nothing shabby..
We just spent 3 nights at the Courtyard Marriott/Upper East side. This was our first visit to NYC . The hotel is not in the main part of Manhattan but only a short cab or subway ride into the action. The rooms are not the largest but are spotless and the beds are so comfortable. All of the staff goes above and beyond to assist the guests. We arrived early (10:00 am) but our room was ready. The front desk was always so helpful when it came to giving directions and restaurant recommendations. I would definately stay at this property again.
A great bet if the price is right
This hotel opened last week and we were the first guests ever to stay in our rooms. It's very pleasant, modern and friendly. The rooms are big for NY. AAA rate was $170 and parking $18, and we found street parking. The restaurant wasn't ready so they served a continental bkfst complimentary. The lobby is spacious and there's a good gym and pool. The neighborhood is a mix of upscale apts and housing projects. There is a nice park next to the East River less than ten mins walk. There are numerous neighborhood restaurnats, bars, shops etc. The subway is 10-15 mins walk. Cabs to midtwon are 10-15$. This is the only hotel in this quiet residential area. It's an overall good experience but out of the way for the average tourist so would only make sense if the price was right.
TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard by Marriott New York Manhattan / Upper East Side New York City
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