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... weather was “iffy”. I hope to get to the Natural History Museum on Monday.
After catching a cab to the upper east side we had an “all you can eat” sushi meal with hot saki…an interesting taste that GG has decided is not really his cup of tea! Can’t say it packs much punch but strangely, it seems to take some of the punch out of wasabi! We survived the cab ride back with a stock car driver who was ...
... of it is pedestrianised, and there are seats and tables placed in the centre. There is even elevated tiered stadium style seating. What I found most noticeable however was how quiet it is. This could be for a couple of reasons - the reduction in traffic (coz God knows they love using their horns here) but also just because with so much flashing imagery I expect loud music and noises to accompany it. Instead it felt a little like being in the ...
... sweaty humans. It was good to visit but not very accessible to the casual wanderer. A pretty cruisy day all in all finished with one last trip back to the Theatre District. On the menu tonight, "Matilda" the musical, based on the Roald Dahl story of the same name. The music and lyrics were written by Melbourne's Tim Minchin, there was some lyrical humour lost on the Americans, but it was cleverly ...
... our original destination, The High Line. This is a reclaimed and repurposed New York Central elevated freight railway line that once served the bustling meat packing district of the lower west side. The line is now landscaped, with views over the city on one side and Hudson River on the other. It also houses several cafes and refreshment stands – our favourite was “peoples pops”, homemade, gourmet fruit popsicles. Yum! The highline was spectacular! ...
... popular landmark and attraction. The little known sculpter was now famous. In 2004 he put the bull up for sale for $1 million but stated the buyer could not move The bull. Unsurprisingly no one seemed keen in spending one million dollars on a piece of art they couldn't move and could see for free. After my informative tour ended I made my way uptown for the TV and movie tour I had booked on my NYC pass. A tour bus took us around Manhattan to point out the homes of movie stars and ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Envoy Club Suites New York City
Like many others before us, we were upgraded from a studio to a one bedroom place.
Thoroughly enjoyed my stay at the Envoy Club. Myself and my family booked a 2 bedroom suite for 7 nights at the end of September, and from other trip advisor reviews figured this place would be just what we required. How right we were!
Let me tell you a story, once a upon a time I needed a place to stay for a night, because I had to go parting for 2 nites in the big apple. I was informed about this place call... u guessed it
Like the Sydney visitor, I was upgraded to a 'single' which really is like a decent one-bedroom apartment. Decoration and furnishing is a little on the drab side but everything was decent quality. That said, the living room tv (there was also one in the bedroom!) had poor reception and the cd player, though welcome, seemed to cause a lot of skips. The kitchen is good and well furnished with crockery, cutlery and glassware. Good bathroom too, not the world's most brilliant shower, but ok, and plenty of towels and a bathrobe.
Just finished a short stay in NYC at the Envoy. Had originally wanted to stay at the Beacon, but they were booked solid, so stumbled via internet onto the Envoy. We always prefer to stay in places that are more like small apartments. The Envoy was very clean, a nice full size kitchen and good sized bathroom. Like another reviewer mentioned, the lnens had seen better days, but there was never an issue with cleanliness. Two complaints - the bed was really uncomfortable and it's not in the most accessible part of town. Using the subway from this are to uptown is difficult as it is VERY busy, and as everyone has been saying, getting a cab in NYC these days takes awhile. Other than that, the price is great, and if you want an apartment feeling as opposed to a hotel room, this is a great place to stay.
Just finished a week and a bit stay at The Envoy Club and can't speak highly enough of it. Was upgraded from a studio to a one bedroom apartment for the price of a studio. Comparing the price to a 4 star hotel in New York you get double to three times the space with all the creature comforts of home.Only shortcomings are the nondescript neighbourhood and some of the bedlinen has seen better days but always clean and freshly laundered so can't really be too harsh.Already have recommended to friends travelling to New York in June.
Their employees were extremely helpful and nice in every way! Their rooms and bathrooms and kitchens were impeccable! The location was perfect with movie theaters, restaurants, shops, transportation, and convenient parking all within the area! I will definitely stay here again and recommend it to all of my friends!
I've stayed at the Envoy Club about 5x now. It is the city's hidden gem in Murray Hill! The Envoy Club situates in a building that's also a residential building. The rooms you stay in are pretty much apartments.
We just came home from a fantastic weekend at the Envoy Club in New York. We stayed in a fantastic "studio" measuring 550 sq. feet! The bed was great, the view of the Empire State Building was great, the bathroom, the kitchen and the bathroom was fantastic! All in all the best I've ever stayed at. The service is somewhat limited but they do try to satisfy whatever need you might have. The location is a bit off, but the cabs run frequently just outside the door and for $5 you get everywhere...
Worth every penny...
My wife and I stayed in a one bedroom apartment in the envoy club. The rooms were spacious and well furnished. The kitchen had all the plates and utensils for an intimate dinner.
We haved stayed in other hotels in NYC before and they are usually so small that the door hits the bed. I am definetly staying here everytime I spend the night in the city.
Negatives: A couple of blocks from the subway and no concierge to help plan the free time. (since we are from the nyc suburbs, that wasn't a problem for us) They have a VCR but a DVD player would be nice.