ONE UN New York

Address: One United Nations Plaza, New York City, New York, 10017-3575, United States | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of New York City, is near United Nations Headquarters, Tudor City, The Kitchen, and Union.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsONE UN New York New York City

      Reviewed by msprague

      Great Service

      Reviewed Oct 13, 2011
      by (1 review) Ottawa , Canada Flag of Canada

      The room wasn't quite ready but the hotel staff were super helpful.

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by bengamble

      Excellent!

      Reviewed Feb 21, 2011
      by (3 reviews) Summerville, New Brunswick , Canada Flag of Canada

      We were on the 39th floor, amazing views over NYC, beds were comfy, room was huge. Great hotel!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Reviewed by jutors

      Two tumbs up!

      Reviewed Jul 28, 2010
      by (1 review) Stavanger , Norway Flag of Norway

      Great service, great hotel, great location!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews ONE UN New York New York City

      Great Location, great views

      from

      I stayed with my family and my 4 years old son. We all enjoyed the views from our 38th floor room. We had booked for 3 rooms but when we got there they were out of regular rooms, so we ended with a 2 bedrooms suite and a regular room. The suite was awesome. We got West, South and North views. From my bedroom window I could enjoy the view od the Chrysler building. Room and bathroom were clean. Getting in the pool at night after the long walks during the day sure was a plus.It is certainly more a business type hotel but I highly recommend it for families also. Very nice staff also!

      Great Place for the Price

      from

      I just can back from NY ( 1st time there) and stayed at the Millennium Hotel UN Plaza. Very nice upscale hotel with a great price if you book on the net prices start at $150 per night and the view is to die for. I recommend not eating or drinking ( especially from the mini bar in room)anything from there for the prices cost more then the room with the exception of the free american breakfast. Hotel could use a ice machine so you're not calling room service constantly. Very good deli up the street open 24hrs eat there. Can't wait to go back

      Great bargain great room

      from

      Got a great rate for a three-day weekend at this hotel - 151.00 per night.Large, elegant room, with comfortable king size bed, incredible view of the river. Just a little worn, but certainly no more so than many other hotels we've stayed in.No coffee maker in the room, which was unusual.One of the best values I've ever found in New York.

      Millenium Plaza 7/10

      from

      My husband self and (15 year old ) son stayed at the Millenium 1st March to 7th March 2003. Although we booked for 3 people, and 3 of us showed up at the desk, they only gave us a room with a Queen bed, and seemed suprised when I rang down to query!! We were in room 3242 with vies of the top of the United Nations ( not so good) and Long Island and the East river ( fantastic views at night)Room was big, but rollaway bed took up alot of the extra space. Kitchenette area with Fridge, plenty of cupboard space and 2 ring stove, but you had to pay extra to rent pans etc. Needed coffee machine. Mini bar and (expensive) goody basket. Bathroom was ok - bath chipped around plughole but nothing we could not live with. We paid about $150 a nightVery quiet hotel, frequented by airline captains and Ambassadors ( and us).Tried out pool on 27th floor - failry large pool , but only for lane swimming and only 5 at a time (holds 38) - very strict on this point - also very cold .Resturant very expensive. Had buffet breakfast on last day. Advertised as 'lavish' ( they obvioulsy had not stayed at the Luxor in Las Vegas). For 2 of us it cost $54 inc tip. Betterbet is Johns resturant up the road, the Armish deli on 45th S5t -or my favorite - Grand Central station - 10 min walk .Although to one side of Manhattan with the Subway could be in Time Square in 20 mins and to Staute of Liberty ferry in under 30 mins. We would use this hotel again.

      Needs better cleaning!

      from

      Hotel is in a great location and has potential. The room, however, was unacceptably dirty. Dirty comforter, sticky bathroom floor, dirty tub with mold, dirty carpets. The room and hotel also need redecorating, as the furniture and furnishings are showing wear and tear. The room was large and had a great view through huge windows. If the place had been clean, I'd give it three stars, but it wasn't so the most I can give it is two stars. Only stay here if you get a really good deal.

      Great

      from

      Wonderful stay. Great views. Very comfortable, quiet room. Very modern.

      Never Again!

      from

      A friend recommended this hotel insisting we book a room ending in #39. We booked months in advance, paid $350 a night and initially loved room 3839. We changed rooms after one night. The views were fantastic but the woman in the room next door could hear every word of a quiet conversation. She pounded on the walls when we returned to the room after the theater. All corner rooms are separated by a double door which does nothing to filter sound. Management was not overly concerned nor were they surprised when we asked for a new room. We will not stay at this again.

      Great Hotel & View

      from

      Stayed at the UN Plaza in Oct 2002 on the 29th floor.

      Had a fabulous view of the city - Chrysler building, Empire State and the East River

      Room was big enough although we did not spend much time there. The bathroom was starting to look a little tired.

      Great location, only a few minutes walk from Grand Central and Times Square about 15 mins. Hotel staff very helpful and took care of our luggage for a late check out.

      Hotel is a little pricey if you want to eat there. John's Cafe at the end of the street serves breakfast from about $4.75. Worth checking this hotel out and we would certainly re visit.

      Fantastic value for 5

      from

      This hotel offers good value for money, in all five of us stayed in a junior suite (two rooms two bathrooms ) $1250 approx for 1 week 2 adults 3 children plenty of space terrific views of the east river from 33 floors up.

      Suite was a little frayed around the edges but the rest of the hotel makes up for that, tennis court 39th floor,swimming pool on 27th. Great lobby friendly staff.

      Easy walk to grand central and time square for us brits that is ! lots of food , bars ect close bye

      For steaks try Michael Jordans in Grand central station expensive but great great steak. Deli at the top of the road serves good breakfast and coffee plus other goodies to sneak back to the hotel with and cheap.

      Millenium Hotel bargain

      from

      What a bargain. Twin bedded room at the Millenium hotel UN Plaza for $112 a night via Expedia.

      Nice hotel that starts on the 27th floor of a tall office block right next to the UN building.

      Fantastic views over NY skyline and river. Nicely decorated room, not too small, in good condition. Asked for twin beds and got them.

      Air conditioning worked well in 94 degree outside heat. Bathroom OK, a bit grubby round the edges but at the price who's going to complain.

      Staff couldn't do enough for us - very friendly. Ice has to be delivered by Room Service, but its free apart from the dollar tip!

      Also they provide gowns for the swimming pool free. This also has fab views, but they only allow 5 in the pool at a time, so choose a quiet period. Saunas in the changing rooms.

      Breakfast is expensive at $19 plus tax and tips. We ate at John's Cafe at the top of the road for $7 breakfast. There's also a good deli here and nice restaurants within easy reach, try the Pescatore for good Italian. Ten mintutes walk to Grand Central, so good position overall.

      TripAdvisor Reviews ONE UN New York New York City

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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