Conrad New York

Address: 102 North End Avenue, New York City, New York, 10282, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Battery Park City area of New York City, is near Battery Park City's Rockefeller Park, World Financial Center, New York Telephone Company Building, and Tribeca Performing Arts Center.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Conrad New York New York City

      Superb Hotel

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      Stayed at the Embassy Suites for 4 nights until 23rd Feb 2003 and I can only agree with all the previous reviews a truly superb hotel. Ideal location away from the hustle and bustle but within easy reach of all attractions, great complimentary breakfast and the managers 2 hour free drink session in the evening was a bonus when you came back from sight seeing. Superb rooms with all the amenities you need. Would have no hesitation of recommending this hotel to any visitor to New York.

      Fabulous - Would Recommend it to Everyone.

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      Stayed in a spacious suite, ate a complimentary breakfast every morning and drank the complimentary drinks every night! The staff were helpful, polite and down to earth. We enjoyed it so much we are returning next month.

      Poor service; 10% satisfaction guarantee

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      service staff at front office are rude and very arrogant and provide poor service standards. hotel staff not very accommodating. brand new hotel needs brand new front office manager.

      Great Place to stay !

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      I stay at the Embassy Suites once every month for the weekend . The staff is very helpful to accomodate every wish . The suites are spacious and very well equipped. And the harbour view is magnificent. The location is away from all the congestion , but yet everything is easy to reach .

      Great for a walk along the promenade on the Hudson. I can only Highly recommend the Embassy Suites .

      What A View!

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      Our suite was a bargain for $178 as it offered two rooms, fabulous views, cooked to order breakfast and sparkling new with original art work by New Yorkers.

      On the first floor is a movie theater and restaurants. Outside is beautiful battery park featuring the new Irish heritage memorial and much, much more.

      Breakfast to Die For!

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      There really was no BEST feature about this hotel because EVERYTHING was great but since I love to eat, I just have to say that the complimentary breakfast was my absolute favorite thing. There was a huge variety and the omelette bar was first class. The hotel overall was simply wonderful -- from the staff down to the decor. And the convenience of the movie theater and many restaurants were an added bonus, particularly for my five year old. Not sure how many would feel about this but you can walk to Ground Zero in about 5 minutes which my family and I did to visit all the beautiful memorial tributes and honors from September 11. Basically, the hotel provided great food, great accommodations and a great price. I highly recommend it!

      Ms. Washington, D.C.

      Embassy Suites Fabulous

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      The king suite we had was fabulous---quiet, spacious, clean, nice view, AND luxurious. The free breakfast was the best anywhere--very convenient and a huge variety. We got a bargain price for a fabulous suite--couldn't have been more pleased!

      Super stay!

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      I stayed there with my family (3 adults, 1 toddler, 1 infant) in late November and we loved it. For a NY hotel it was HUGE -- sitting room, dining table, kitchenette with microwave and sink, 2 TVs, t double beds, sleeper sofa that was more comfortable than some hotel beds I've slept on... also Bath & Bodyworks toiletries, free crib and loads of extra towels, bedlinen, tissues etc etc. Beautiful harbour view, restaurants downstairs and movie theatres. Staff was courteous. Decor felt 5 star, shower was great, we got free breakfast and evening drinks. I believe it can be pretty expensive but we got super rate from Hotwire. What more could you ask for? Er... maybe location. It's abt 5 min walk to the nearest subway and down in the Financial District. Still,overall it was super.

      Best View! Best Breakfast! Best Room!

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      Stayed November 15th 2002 for two nights in a harbor-view suite. Absolutely loved it! The best view I have ever had in NYC! Great decor, spotless and classy! Get the cooked to order omelette (the best anywhere) with your complimentary breakfast. The 16 show movie theatre in the hotel was excellent!

      For the money they have to do better

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      I stayed at the Embassy Suites for almost 2 months. The male staff was pushy and arrogant and not very helpful. The female staff was the opposite. They are not very organized ie it is difficult to get things done there. The drycleaning and parking are outrageous. However, great free breakfast and free beer and wine from 5:30 to 7:30 every single night. Upon check out they didn't evcen say thanks for staying with us for 60 days!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Conrad New York New York City

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