The Milburn Hotel

242 West 76th Street, New York City, New York, 10023, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Upper West Side area of New York City, is near Stand-Up New York, Beacon Theatre, Accomplice: The Village, and Feline Day Spa.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews The Milburn Hotel New York City

    Nice, comfortable, but forget internet


    I agree with the positive reviews. Comfortable. Good location. Good staff. But the wireless internet connection stinks. VERY unreliable and frustrating (and I was not the only frustrated guest). Do not plan on finishing up that report the eve of the presentation (like I did)... the system was totally stuck and overloaded.

    Loved the Large Quite Rooms!


    The Milburn is a real find!! Right next to the subway, large VERY quite rooms and a great value! My wife and two kids stayed at the Milburn for a week and enjoyed everything except two items. The bed was very hard so we went to Bed Bath and Beyond and purchased some of the foam pads (it made the bed just perfect). The other down fall was the wireless access which I could not get to work. They do have a internet terminal in the lobby that worked great and I used daily. There is also a Starbucks across the street and you can of course get wireless access there. You also can get Verizon wireless access on the street but can't pick it up in the room. I would HIGHLY recommend this hotel!!

    Enjoyed it Very Much


    We stayed at the Milburn last February (2003). The rooms were modest- but clean- and nicely equiped- especially nice to have a frig and microwave. The staff was very helpful. We thought and excellent price for the location- oh yes, enjoyed the neighborhoods and local markets very much.

    Not 5-star, but fine


    Overall, we were very satisfied. We had a regular room, not a suite.

    The room was nice, although. as others have noted, the bathroom was tiny. However, everything was clean and functional. And it was very quiet, though that may have reflected our room location. The first two nights, there was some problem with control of the radiator, to the point that we had to turn on the AC (in November!) to keep the room from becoming a sauna. Overall, though, very nice, and the location cannot be beat. And the staff was excellent.

    Good location, decent but not extraordinary room


    This hotel is in a somewhat older building, possibly a one-time apartment building. The suites have nice sized TV's (I believe 25"), wall safes, decentsmall kitchenettes and fairly new, but very small bathrooms. The room was clean but inexpensively furnished and thus looked a bit "tired." I recommend this hotel for the excellent safe location, near Central Park, Zabar's, etc., as well as the helpful staff. It is not a hotel that will dazzle you, however because it is furnished in a very utilitarian manner.

    Wonderful Stay


    In Feb. 2002, we visited New York for the first time taking advantage of the Paint the Town RED-WHITE & Blue package. We chose the Milburn Hotel for accomodations. We found it to be very nice, the staff was fantastic and extremely helpful. The rooms are large, equipped with a TV, Stereo, and VCR. (Tapes available at the front desk FREE) The couch was a sleeper sofa which was perfect for the kids. The kitchette was well stocked and extremely handy. The Milburn places you with walking distance to 2 subway stations and has numerous shops, stores and eatery establishments. I would recommed the Milburn highly and would love to visit New York again in the future.

    Milburn in a pinch


    I live in the neighborhood, and can tell you that the Milburn is more expensive (at least in the spring/summer) and less accomodating (small rooms, old old building) than the Beacon Hotel (which is recently renovated.)A REALLY good deal, and NICE accomodations can be had at the Empire (across from Lincoln Center.) Call them, or pull up their website--- ask for a discount! Not quite a nice as the Empire, but decent are the accomodations at the Olcott Hotel on 72nd street close to Central Park by the Dakotas. You can believe me--I live here!

    Burned at the Milburn


    All the sites said such nice things about the Milburn that I tried it myself this weekend. Rather than go through the discount hotel sites, the Milburn said they gave better rooms if you booked direct with we did. I'd hate to see what the discount room would have been like! Ours was small, overlooking an elevator shaft. The window-type AC unit rattled so noisely, you couldn't hear the TV. The toilet had 2" between the seat and the wall, with a phone hanging on the wall directly at face level. The hot water was good...once it came up. To get ice, you have to take a sweltering elevator down to the basement...scarey! And the management's attitude was "take it or leave it." I know next time I'll leave it.

    Great Deal


    The Milburn Hotel was a great surprise. The suite was huge, nicely-appointed, and spotless, with a VCR and small kitchen. It's a convenient location--subway stop to get you anywhere at 72nd--and the desk was accommodating about things like early check-in. Only complaint the parking: it's not valet, and they have a deal with the Hertz garage, which means you have to wade through all the car-renters. Use the Beacon garage, less than a block away, which is cheaper anyhow and more convenient. (Some of the on-line reviews suggest the Beacon is nicer, but I personally prefer the Milburn's quiet side-street; our room faced a courtyard with actual trees, and was dead-quiet.)

    Excellent value, great service


    My friend and I booked the Milburn Hotel completely blind -

    we had initially chosen another hotel for a package deal (the recent Paint the Town Red, White and Blue promotion, which ends March 2002) but that one turned out to be unavailable, and the Milburn was the only property left that could promise us our desired room type on the dates we'd chosen.

    That turned out to be an incredible stroke of luck. The Milburn isn't fancy, by any stretch of the imagination - but it has a quiet charm, from the "lending library" in the small lobby to the good-sized and well-maintained rooms. The staff was eager to please and responded to every single request. Another bonus - the rooms are all equipped with a VCR, microwave and mini-fridge, which we stocked ourselves with sodas and snacks from the nearby groceries. I don't know if our room had been recently redone, but I didn't see any significant wear on anything.

    The hotel is right off Broadway at W. 76th, which may seem a bit far uptown from the typical tourist "action spots." But in our estimation, that only made the location more desireable - the room was quiet! The subway is only 4 blocks away (on 72 and 80th, I believe) and there's easy, quick access to all major tourist spots in Manhattan. Plus, it's within walking distance from the American Museum of Natural History, which offers a day's worth of entertainment by itself.

    Even without a package, the hotel is relatively low-priced (rack rates start at about $160 during "the season" and you can get specials under $100 during off-times) but that is NOT reflected in the experience of staying here! I have paid a LOT more and gotten a LOT less - I will definitely be a return visitor here.

    TripAdvisor Reviews The Milburn Hotel New York City

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent