My second time staying at the Salisbury for a weekend friends getaway. The hotel and rooms are tired and dated. The bathroom really needs some attention. However, It was kept clean, plenty of space for 2 people and luggage compared to some other cramped NYC hotels I've stayed in. If you just need a spot to drop your bags and sleep while you expore manhatten, this is is the spot.
It's on a busy street but that didn't bother me after the first night. There is a little breakfast spot next door, Starbucks, and a market across the stree and a Duane Reade on the corner. Subway is close by.
Traveller from canada
The budget-friendly Salisbury Hotel hotel offers a prime Midtown location just 2 blocks from Central Park and within walking …More
Everything in this hotel was carefully thought out expect for the lobby unisex bathroom. It’s a large bathroom that could easily split in two. It is located between a restaurant and bar so needless to say, women who are using the bathroom alone have to worry about being harassed or assaulted by intoxicated men. With my experience, I was. I also noticed while washing my hands along side of men, they were nervous too. Terrible decision. Please divide it in two!
This Manhattan hotel is in the Midtown West neighborhood, 0.8 mile from Times Square and within one-half mile of the New …More
The hotel is in a great location - close to theaters and times square. The rooms are small but clean. Air conditioning worked well. Not much of a view. Construction was going on in the room next to us but never started before 9am. The hotel staff were fantastic and there was free wine for happy hour every day. Added bonus having a mini fridge and microwave. We would stay there again.
Traveller from New York
This New York hotel is in the center of all the action, located in the cluster of Broadway theaters. The center of Times …More
fantastic location. We were going to planned broadway show and easy walk to broadway. Couple doors down is the old studio 54 if you want to cattch a theatre show there--great time! Staff were great-room was clean and bed was comfortable. loved the decor.
Traveller from charlotte, nc
Located on the corner of West 54th Street and Broadway, this Midtown hotel is 3–5 blocks from the Museum of Modern Art …More
Some of NYC’s best-known landmarks are north of 14th and south of 59th—or Midtown Manhattan. Its western half is home to Manhattan's largest venues: the Javits Center and Madison Square Garden. In the Garment District, designers try to stay a cut above fashion's latest trends. Nearby, Hell's Kitchen is hot thanks to Restaurant Row. In one block on West 46th, diners can dash from Bangkok to Brazil.