Residence Inn by Marriott Times Square New York

1033 Avenue of the Americas, New York City, New York, 10018, United States | 3 star hotel
Prices starting from $312.00
 

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This 3 star hotel, located in the Garment District area of New York City, is near Bryant Park, Metropolitan Opera House, OnBoard New York Tours, and American Standard Building.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Inn by Marriott Times Square New York New York City

    Reviewed by bubba342

    Nice €¥₩

    Reviewed Jul 1, 2013
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    Reviewed by bubba346

    Best

    Reviewed Jul 1, 2013
    by (4 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Best ever no kidding! This was perfect for a family.

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Residence Inn by Marriott Times Square New York New York City

    Who designed it?

    from

    We booked 2 rooms, one of which was for 2 young adult children. The rooms were spacious with excellent linen, on the comfortable bed, but a bizarre twist: the king sized bed cannot be split into 2 single beds, even though there was plenty of space. So one person had to use the pullout sofa, which took up most of the available space, and did not compare with the actual bed for comfort!

    Great Place

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    We stayed just one night, but loved it. Very clean (it's new), luxurious bedding, very good breakfast. Helpful staff - they recommended and made a reservation for us at a nearby vegetarian restaurant that were very good. The location is perhaps the best thing. It was very easy to get in and out of the place (on a weekend, anyway). Also, it was walking distance to Times Square area, theater, but just enough away that you felt out of the craziness once you wanted to get a little peace and quiet. Highly recommend it.

    Excellent, would definitely recommend

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    Really impressed with the hotel. For us noise wasn't a problem. For one we were on the 29th floor so although we could hear car horns it wasn't enough to keep us awake, and to be honest, I would expect that noise in any hotel in the area due to the volume of nearby traffic. There are only 12 rooms on each floor and they are situated around the lifts so you never really hear people walk past your room as there would only ever be 2 or 3 rooms who need to walk past.

    New NYC Residence Inn a hit

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    Our group of 16 stayed in this brand new hotel on Jan 20-23 with members of the group arriving and departing at different times. The staff was extraordinary recommending restaurants, helping us load a van with luggage, making photocopies, and recovering a dropped glove when one of us entered a taxi returning the glove later in the evening when we returned to the hotel. A gorgeous fresh floral arrangement filled the lobby for a fragrant greeting. The third floor club level contained a pool table on one side and complimentary coffee, tea and cocoa and newspapers on the other that were available 24/7. We found it spacious and comfortable. The rooms all had stainless steel appliances and cookware. We used both fridge and microwave, but did not cook. Coffee pots were in each room with complimentary coffee and tea. The bathrooms are small, but adequate. There is complimentary internet service and a plasma screen TV. The orange line is a block up the street with the Times Square subway station a five minute walk away. Bryant Park is one block. There is a deli/convenience store across the street and a Duane Reed two blocks away. The front desk has complimentary "forgotten toiletry items" in case of emergency. There is a light supper offered Mon-Thurs early evening, but we did not partake. There is no restaurant in the hotel other than the complimentary full breakfast, but there are many places to eat within a few blocks. We found the rooms quiet. The rooms on the 28th, 29th and 31st floors had great city views, but the 12th floor room curtains were best kept close due to the office building across the street and the side of a brick building next door.

    Nice New Hotel with some bugs to work out

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    Location is a couple of blocks from what most people think of as "Times Square" which is a quieter locaton than the Marriott Marquis. The room is good size, the linens are a step above most Residence Inns, very nice. Nice down comforter. TV is flat screen Plasma which is a nice touch. Our teenage daughter slept on the sofa bed & she thought it was adequately comfortable. Kitchenette is supplied with all the necessary utensils (but we never used the kitchen). The room was very clean and relatively quiet. We had a view of the Empire State building which was quite nice. Breakfast was good, the usual Residence Inn breakfast, cereals, muffins, doughnuts, eggs, bacon, sausage & make your own waffles. We had no trouble getting a table but always dined late morning. There was a dinner each night in the same dining area but we never did dinner there. The staff were all very friendly & pleasant whenever we saw anyone that worked there.

    Great Hotel

    from

    The Residence Inn Manhattan / Times Square is a great new hotel. The rooms are nicely decorated and the staff are all very helpful. The only problem I encountered was that the heat in my room did not work; however, the front desk quickly switched me to another room and went out of their way to apologize and make the situation right. This is a nice hotel for a good price - I recommend it.

    The staff were wonderful

    from

    We stayed in the brand new Residence Inn Mariott in Times Square. The first thing that impressed me was how friendly and helpful all the staff were. We never encountered anyone unpleasant through the 3 days we were there.

    Paper thin walls ------

    from

    The Residence Inn is a nice property. The employees here are nice and the rooms are new. The only problem with the design of the hotel is that you can hear everything - from hall noise - to every little thing. There is a common air exchange that goes from floor to floor - and you hear noise from other floors through it - making it hard to determine who is making the problem.

    I woudld not recommend this hotel and I have stayed in marriotts my whole life......

    If you stay here bring ear plugs if you want some rest.

    Loved the Residence Inn

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    My boyfriend and I stayed at the Residence Inn on 6th Ave for New Years Eve weekend and let me tell you, I had an amazing experience. This hotel only opened 3 weeks before and seemed to be in perfect order. They were very nice and helpful at the front desk when we arrived, and acted very excited that we were staying there. The rooms were beautiful. The suite had a queen size bed, a pull out couch, a flat panel tv, a dishwasher, full fridge, pots, pans, an ice maker and even a crock pot. The only thing we didnt see was a stove- which was odd because there were pots and pans. But it was fine for us, because we did not cook at all. The elevators were very fast, the full breakfast buffet was amazing (and free) and it is in prime location of Times Square. On New Years Eve, they had all staff on duty, and checked every person who walked through the door- to make sure they were a guest of the hotel. If you did not have your key/werent staying there- you could not enter. They had the police officers blocking off the whole block it was on (between 38th and 39th) to only guests of the hotel. I felt very safe and even though there was a lot of security, they were nice and always smiling. We had no problems at all, and I would rate this hotel a 10 out of 10.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Residence Inn by Marriott Times Square New York New York City

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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