Wingate By Wyndham Manhattan Midtown
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Historical Traveler Reviews Wingate By Wyndham Manhattan Midtown New York City
Was delighted with this hotel. It was new, clean and the staff were extremely helpful and welcoming. We arrived early and our room was ready straight away. The rooms were very big and the bed was really comfy. The hotel is in a great location - Macys just around the corner for all the shopaholics!
A Small Gem
I had been a little concerned that the Wingate wouldn't meet my standards - based in part on some of the reviews I read here - but it turned out to be very nice. It's a small hotel with comfortable spaces and rooms, and an extremely helpful and pleasant staff. The rooms are surprisingly quiet and the beds are comfortable. My husband and I were traveling with our baby daughter, and we had no trouble getting a crib for our room (although the breakfast room lacks highchairs). The hotel is convenient to all Mid-Town attractions and several subway lines, although there aren't a lot of restaurants in the immediate vicinity. It's probably not worth the holiday-season rates ($400+), but still very good. A strong recommendation!
Great Hotel For Busy Tourists
This hotel was not actually the hotel we had booked, the original hotel had overbooked us and this was the replacement. We arrived dissappointed but left very satisfied and pleased. As I didn't book this particular hotel i'm unsure of what it would cost to book it so i can't comment on its value for money but the hotel itself was brilliant.
The rooms were a good size and very clean. The breakfast was delicious with a great variety and the staff were extremely helpful and nice.
The location was perfect, almost across the road from macy's and just around the corner from the subway station. Time's square was only about 5 blocks away and the empire state building was just a block or two away.
There seemed to be no internet access if you had no laptop of your only, or maybe i just couldn't find it!
If I was coming to New York again I would definitly stay in the Wingate Inn Manhattan.
Stayed at the hotel from Dec1-4, 2006. The accommodations were spacious compared to other New York hotels. There were three members in our party. The hotel is close to Macy's, the subway, Penn Station, Madison Square Garden. Internet was great and easy to use. The breakfast had a variety of items including hot items such as waffles. Would definitely recommend this hotel,
My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights and found it a great value. The rooms are well appointed and are good sized for a NYC-Manhatten location. Beds very comfortable. Wireless internet fast and reliable. Only issue we had was noise from some sort of generator near the room on one of the nights. Service was excellent. For the price, this is the a good choice.
Close to Madison Square Garden, Penn Station and Subway stations.
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Convenient, clean, very nice.
My partner and I stayed at the Wingate for an extended weekend trip. The room was decently sized for Manhattan and was very clean. The bed was very comfortable. The free wireless internet was fast and easy to use. The free breakfast was an impressive spread... cereal, yogurt and pastries but also a make-your-own waffle station and microwavable breakfast sandwiches. Very nice.
You can't beat the location... only a block away from three express subway lines and just two blocks from Penn Station and Madison Square Garden. It's an easy walk to Times Square and all the theatres.
We had a great time staying at this hotel!
My only real complaint was that the room was at times stuffy, as though there were some problem with the ventilation. It wasn't bad enough for us to complain to the front desk, though. It's a new hotel, so it's probably something that will be worked out soon.
Also, if you are going to drive to the hotel, there are garages nearby, but they fill up quickly and many are very expensive. Parking on the street is tricky... we got towed! Don't bring a car unless you absolutely have to.
I was lucky to find this hotel as being so new it appeared only on one of the four or five websites I tried. Wednesday and Saturday were mostly booked in New York and the Wingate Inn was the only place in Midtown that could provide a room for seven days continuously for less than $430 (incl breakfast and all taxes).
This is a relatively small hotel of about 90 rooms and as such does not have the full range of facilities one might expect of a larger establishment. However it does have a breakfast room and a well-equiped gym and so satisfies my minimum requirements. It is ideally suited to the business traveller but is good for tourists too as it's close to most things.
Being so new had its good and bad points. It's fresh and modern with HD TV and Internet acces in all rooms. Most other hotels I popped in to looked tired In comparison. The beds are really comfortable although the pillows are too plump. The bathroom is modern but the extractor fan is noisy.
On the minus side there was still some building work going on outside. There was early morning hammering on the roof for a couple of days and then they suspended the gantry outside my window to caulk the new cladding.
Apart from this my main gripes were the constant noise from the rooftop equipment (I was on the top floor) and the hum of two hundred air-conditioning units from the buildings opposite. Oh, and the fact that the room wasn't made-up until well after 5pm on three of the days (once not until 8pm).
Would I stay here again? Definitely. I just hope they get the maid service sorted out by then.
We found this new hotel to be very clean and up to date with very large rooms for New York City. The staff was exceptional and they served a delicious continental breakfast daily. The location is great with several good restaurants conveniently located within walking distance (be sure and try Brendan's!). Times Square is within a ten minute walk and the Empire State Bld is only 3 blocks away! I would definitely come back to this hotel again!
Brand New, good value, great location
The Wingate-Midtown NY just opened 4 days before my stay; their grand opening is slated for sometime in November. The hotel is a nice mid-range business hotel, comparable to any Hampton Inn.
The hotel is located on 35th St, a short walk to Penn Station/MSG and within walking distance to Times Square. Because of the central location, getting anywhere in the area is fast and easy. The room was nice, with an HD LCD TV, wireless and wired internet access and adequate workspace at the desk. The mattress was very comfortable and the room was quiet.
Again, this hotel is brand new. The building is new, and I'm assuming most of the staff was as well. I still received prompt, professional, and courteous service. The only two things that could have been better were the TV system was not yet working and the online reservation system failed. It required 2 calls to the desk and an additional call to the marketing manager to confirm my reservation but he was extremely apologetic and helpful. He said that the problems booking may have been caused due to their recent opening and some of their inventory was still blocked out.
I would definitely recommend this hotel for business travelers and tourists alike because of the location; a great deal for the price.
TripAdvisor Reviews Wingate By Wyndham Manhattan Midtown New York City
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