The location to attractions, great restaurants and the subway was ideal for us; however, the hotel was very dated, and front desk staff were not approachable, one even appeared incompetent. The room was always warm, even with the radiator off and the window air conditioning unit on. We frequently opened the window, since it was 40 degrees outside.
Additionally, the room was very reminiscent of my grandmothers house in the 70’s.
All that being said....it was clean, we felt safe, and the price was acceptable.
Traveller from Missouri
The budget-friendly Salisbury Hotel hotel offers a prime Midtown location just 2 blocks from Central Park and within walking …More
My friends and I loved this hotel! We thought it was beautiful and the staff was really nice and helpful, however I didn’t love that there wasn’t really a front desk. When you check in, you check in with a kiosk, like at the airport. I was fine with this until I tried calling the hotel with a question, while we were out, and no one answers the phone there since everything seems to be done online or with leaving a message. It would be helpful if they had front desk workers to answer phone calls. Other than that our stay was perfect! We all loved our room and the atmosphere of the place! We all agreed that we would come back again.
Traveller from connecticut
This Manhattan hotel is in the Midtown West neighborhood, 0.8 mile from Times Square and within one-half mile of the New …More
We had a fantastic time. The hotel is conveniently located. we could walk to many popular places from our hotel, such as Central Park, The Met museum, many shopping locations, etc. Highly recommend this hotel!
This Midtown New York hotel, renovated October, 2013, offers a desirable location diagonally across from Carnegie Hall, 1 …More
Buildings crane above one another to claim views of Central Park, a piece of real estate valued at more than $528 billion. Surprises abound in its 843 acres. The grounds include a castle, a zoo, several lakes, and an Egyptian obelisk. A city that never sleeps needs its quiet time, too: Central Park has six designated “quiet zones,” including Strawberry Fields, the monument to John Lennon.