Equity Point New York @ Times Square

Address: 206 W 41st St, New York City, New York, 10036, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of New York City, is near Madame Tussauds Wax Museum New York, New Amsterdam Theater, B.B. King Blues Club and Grill, and New Victory Theater.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Equity Point New York @ Times Square New York City

    Wonderful for New York / Estupendo para Nueva York

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    We recomend to stay at Hotel 41. We stayed for 10 nights. The staff is wonderful and helpful. The room is very clean and chic and the bed was enormous. The bathroom is a bit little, but very charm and clean. We think that its a good place to stay, near everything -tube just crossing the street, the Authority Port Bus Station four minutes walking- and just in the middle of New York. We paid 139$ plus taxes breakfast included.

    Hip Little Place

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    Stayed there for 2 days, Dec 26th and the 27th. Hotel looked hip and chic, room was very clean as was bar area which, although small, had a chic SoBe feel.

    Standard Room was EXTREMELY small, however for those who are out seeing the city, who needs a huge room?

    Breakfast in the a.m. was nice, had to ask staff for various items cream, sugar, but they were helpful and very nice. (they also have movie library)

    We refused housekeeping, seeing as how we were only sleeping there for 2 nights, and discovered housekeeper left a bag with Aveda goodies outside our door, just in case we needed some.

    Would recommend to anyone who simply wants a place a crash!

    Disappointing

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    We felt that the hotel and our room was dreary and the breakfast room was a dreary bar with adjacent bathroom that was in need of cleaning.

    It looked far better on their website than in person.

    This was a great hotel and would recommend it.

    from

    I stayed in this hotel with my boyfriend for 5 nights in November, I wanted somewhere that was modern (looked at quite a few hotels on the web and the decor was old fashioned/olde worlde), nice and in a good location. I thought this hotel was in a great location, was very clean, had very helpful/friendly staff and overall a great place to stay for those who can't afford the more luxurious hotels in NYC.

    Great Choice

    from

    The hotel was in a perfect location for people who don't want to have to drive around. It was right in the center of everything which was great. The staff was really really friendly and helpful and the hotel rooms were really really clean. The rooms were a little on the small side but what can you expect for new york. Overall ,the hotel was a great experience and I would reccomend it to anyone.

    Great location!

    from

    I loved the hotel because of the location it was walking distance to everything! The staff was super nice, the room small but very comfortable, has a contemporary modern feel to it. The pillows were the best part of the hotel stay. Highly recommend the hotel if you want to keep your cost down and still be close to everything.

    A little disapointed

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    On the positive side, the staff at the Hotel 41 was friendly and courteous. The room was clean, and adequately sized. The location is close to G.C.S. and most theatres.

    Negatives that I felt required hotel attention were as follows; .. the web site made reference to a free complementary drink (wine or manhattan) upon arrival. I was told that they no longer provide the drink, and need to update their web page. .. the web site states that the room supplies Frette robes and bottled spring water. There were no robes in the room, and when asked about the bottled spring water, the staff stated that their supply of bottled water was depleted, and more was on order. .. the TV reception for local channels was horrible. They could not be recognized because of the snowy pictures. .. local telephone calls made from the room are charged $1 per call plus an additional 10 cents per minute. .. did not see the complementary 24-hour coffee, tea, expresso or cappuccino that was stated in their press release from their web page.

    A misleading web page got my attention. This will not happen again.

    Excellent choice!

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    I highly recommend staying at Hotel 41. It is in an excellent location (right in Times Square), is VERY clean with modern decor and is a great deal too (go to hotel website to make reservations--either $109 or $119 a night on weekends). The service was better than we received at the Four Seasons. The staff is extremely helpful and pleasant and go out of their way to make your stay comfortable. The rooms are small, but perfect for couples. The bathroom is bright and clean with a marble floor. Bar 41 is downstairs--we received one free glass of wine each ($20 value) since we were guests. The staff helps you with luggage upon arrival (actually ran out to help us as we got out of our Taxi!) You receive complimentary water upon arrival and complimentary DVDs and newspapers too. We would definitely stay there again!

    The Secret of NYC in Times Square

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    Excellent hotel for young people that need a good bed & shower in the end of a long day of walking in NYC endless streets. Great & Friendly stuff that helps in every way they can to make your staying as pleasent as possible. GO and make a RESERVATION !!!!

    Highly Recommended

    from

    This hotel is a gem within Times Square - prefectly located for access to theatres (right next door to Nederland), cinemas, restaurants, Madame Tussauds and the subway.The staff were friendly, professional, and extremely helpful.Rooms are equipped with a dvd player, and there is a complimentary dvd and cd library to borrow from.The double room is small but adequate, with modern furnishings, full sized fridge, writing desk etc. The bathroom is also modern and bright. It is clean and well mantained.They've gone the extra mile to make the rooms tasteful and comfortable, and your stay pleasant. Including complimentary bottled water and drink on arrival.I would certainly stay here again. A+

    TripAdvisor Reviews Equity Point New York @ Times Square New York City

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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    A travel blog entry by getcracken on Oct 10, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... huge greens leaves turning orange...shaking in the wind, and the smell of earth all about me. Tick! I grabbed a coffee and headed back in, for a shower and a bite, and Ilze and I were out the door for a day of exploring together. We headed straight to the south ferry, downtown manhattan. This ferry takes you to Staten Island at no cost, but the beauty is, you get to see the Statue of Liberty up close at NO cost, where as the ferry trip costs a bit. ...

    Balls fly as Jack & Steve land for Tennis US Open

    A travel blog entry by nikiandthomas on Sep 03, 2014

    107 photos

    ... Needless to say we spent the rest of the evening eating pizza in front of the TV watching the film. “Bride or Groom?” “It should be perfectly obvious I’m neither!”


    The tennis line up on Monday was too good to miss so we headed back over to Flushing Meadows in Queens. We managed to get into the general admission area of the Louis Armstrong stadium to watch the Bryan Brothers ...

    We're all in this together

    A travel blog entry by travelrob on Aug 29, 2014

    ... before the long weekend so it was somewhat crowded.

    In the corner of my eye I see some jerking movement and I look over. There's a man sitting in a chair starting to convulse. It's one of those metal bus/train chairs with the metal armrests. He starts to slide down and hits his head on the armrest. The ladies next to him are saying "OMG" and the like.

    The man appears homeless. No one moves to do anything. I wonder if his situation had something to do with it.

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    The long march..

    A travel blog entry by pandcjs_travels on Jun 07, 2014

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... rest before hooking up with Doris for a walk along the NY High Line park.

    This was an elevated goods rail spur line which was closed in about 1980 and allowed to revert to overgrown until about 1999 proposals were put forward to transform the derelict rail spur into an urban recreational strip.
    Construction commenced in 2006 and when finally complete will stretch 2.3k down the West side of lower ...

    Snow!?!?

    A travel blog entry by aceckctours on Apr 16, 2014

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... on a mission. So up a few blocks and down a few blocks, clocking up still more miles and we discovered Grishko, a secret little spot where you had to be buzzed in and go up a little flight of stairs, this was more like it. A tiny boutique with exquisite tutus and no customers, so we were 100% attended to by a delightful girl and needless to say our eldest daughter now has a pair of hand made Russian pointe shoes. Dinner at home and we're done for the ...

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    Hotel 41 At Times Square
    New York, United States
    Hotel 41 At Times Square
    New York, United States
    Hotel 41 At Times Square
    New York, United States
    Hotel 41 At Times Square
    New York, United States