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... to Franchia for another good meal.
This morning while I toil over this blog Jacqui is revisiting Macy's to find some deals.
After Jacqui returned from the hunt bearing trophies, we headed out to
explore more of the big city. We decided to explore lower Midtown.First on the list was Grand Central Station, this station was built when the railroad was the king. It is a massive and ...
... Hemmed in by flowers and plants it is one of the few exceptions to what I mention above, although you never really feel like you a far from the concrete onslaught. From here I continued north but back into the centre of the island to Macys. It is the biggest department store in the world. I think John Lewis is too big as it is so it isn't really for me but I stuck my head in regardless. I managed to loose my sunglasses in there. I'm pretty ...
... a spectacular garden has been created for the public to walk high above the streets. Really special.
Over 2million people have walked it since it was opened a couple of years ago. That's as many that visit the Empire State Bldg.
... the fee. Spectactular museum. Wish we had more time there and sort have made me feel bad that we didn’t pay full price. Dean and deluca – an upscale deli that I first heard about in ‘Felicity’ (any other fans out there?). Beautiful looking food in the upper east side location, you can almost convince yourself you could afford the $3000 a week rent it costs to live there. Japanese for dinner – Andrews’s second experience of Japanese ...
... a need to send representatives to Wall Street. The Stock Exchange has sadly therefore lost some of its magic and it was irritating to see the magic was diluted further as they had sold advertising space on the front of the beautiful building which meant much of it was covered up with awful advertisements. Next stop was 'urban slot canyon', a street given this name after its completion due to receiving light for only 20 minutes each day. This was because tall buildings had been ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Dylan Hotel New York City
I visited the Dylan on business for three nights - May 18-21.
well, there website looks great and is not misleading at all. The lobby really is great and the building is amazing. The downside to this hotel is that the money is spent on the wrong features, I would rather have more utilitarian features over a doorman or grea looking bathroom.
Friendly and chic- going back!
I stayed at the Dylan in October and have not been able to stop raving about it. My fiance and i are going back for a romantic weekend and will enjoy every inch of our well decorated room. we liked that the staff was friendly, young and stylish. it is our nyc hotel.
A good hotel in a great location
A good hotel with good facilities. The location is superb being only 200 yards from Grand Central and equally close to 5th Avenue. We enjoyed our stay very much.
Enjoyed My Stay at Dylan
Very rarely do I post a review for a hotel I've stayed in, but Dylan is the exception. Very nicely built and love the boutique style entrance.
I thought the bathrooms were really nice and set the room apart from any other hotel I have stayed in NYC. Highly Recommend!!!
Bad Service, Terrible Rooms, Don't Stay Here
AWFUL! The service was inattentive and non-responsive. The room was very very cold and they could not heat it up because of the high ceilings. Room service always delivered late and the accounting was wrong, I had to call them back and firmly request a refund for items I did not take from the mini bar. It's also simply put, pretty creepy.
Stayed one night at the Dylan, August 27,2003. It is a very ordinary hotel despite the attempts at being trendy and upscale. The room was small, clean with a comfortable bed. Bathroom was shower only with a unwieldy curtain and a pretentious basin sink. Few ammenities provided.No view from window. Staff was polite. There are better hotels in the city for the price.
Poor value and service
Stayed in June 2003. No restaurant just bar snacks, contrary to website information. Breakfast appalling, may harm you! Indifferent service at best. Staff more interested in their image than guests. Noise from street constantly from delivery and rubbish vehicles. Best thing was central location. There must be better vfm elsewhere.
I stayed at the Dylan while on business August 6-8. One of my "must-haves" for a business hotel is high-speed data access. Upon checking in, I double-checked that my room was equipped. "Yes", I was told. I walked in, set my briefcase down and left for dinner. Upon my return, I discovered that the carpet was soaked and the papers in my bag were wet as well. To top it off, the Internet connection was not working. Calls to the front desk and maintenance confirmed that the network connection in some rooms had been down for a while (before I checked in) and that my room had been flooded the previous morning - they sold me a room they knew had a wet carpet!! As the hotel was completely full, they could not move me until the next day, but comp'ed my night's stay - poor compensation for someone on an expense account.
We stayed at the Dylan in June of 03 and had a terrific time. When booking the hotel I was warned about most of the boutique hotels in Manhattan, (snooty empolyees, uncorfortable accomadations, etc.) but upon arrival I was greated by the desk clerk graciously. There was a doorman, unlike some other hotels. The rates were competitive for the area (41st b/w lexington and park ave.) Due to the small street the traffic noise was non-existent. We had a luxury king with a very comfortable bed. The lighting in the rooms was fabulous, as were the bathroom accessories and fixtures. Room service was quick and the front desk brought ice up in very little time at all. If I had to complain about one thing, the drinks in the lounge and the mini bar was a little expensive. There was a $200 incidental deposit which also seemed steep.