|"Good price and great location!"||(in 435 reviews)|
|"All staff helpful and friendly."||(in 267 reviews)|
|"Beautiful Lobby and very nice room"||(in 58 reviews)|
|"The pictures online are deceiving."||(in 25 reviews)|
|"Room was very dirty and outdated."||(in 118 reviews)|
|"This hotel was god awful."||(in 255 reviews)|
|location was great||in 1,457 reviews|
|great staff||in 633 reviews|
|old hotel||in 545 reviews|
|hotel was great||in 530 reviews|
|staff was rude||in 496 reviews|
|time square||in 366 reviews|
|room was old||in 230 reviews|
|nice lobby||in 160 reviews|
|tired and need||in 150 reviews|
|central park||in 95 reviews|
|front desk||in 75 reviews|
|wall paper||in 68 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 64 reviews|
|like the pictures||in 60 reviews|
|needs updating||in 52 reviews|
|new york||in 26 reviews|
The location is great.
The hotel staff is less than friendly. The hotel rooms need a remodel. The hallways smell like someone is smoking weed. The ice machines don't work. The AC doesn't work most of the time.
Rooms in terrible shape
The bathrooms were old and dingy
Location was fantastic, we were able to walk to Colbert, Beetlejuice, Times Square, Rockefeller Plaza, and close to several train lines to get us to our other attractions.
Would have been nice to have a fridge in the room
Needs a Makeover / Parking Nightmare
The location is superb and the staff is friendly. We had a decent view over Broadway. The price is b based on location.
Hotel is in desperate need of a Makeover. Missing grout in the bathroom, yellowing bathtub with soft spots, faucets missing screws and a thermostat that only knows "very warm", despite seeing it to 65 degrees (18C), no fan in the bathroom, are just a few of the issues. The parking garage under the Hotel is operated by a different company and is a disaster, both pulling in and especially when leaving. It took over an hour to get our car back, once ordered. Wr were told by others that this was common there.
Location is the only good thing about this hotel
Needs to be rehabbed. Rooms are rundown, moldy showers, poor customer service
The rooms are tired, evidence of water damage, electric drapes that didn’t work, carpet that has large bumps, air conditioners that keep shutting off, plus hidden $30 fee per day for access.
Location- that’s it.
We booked our stay online (as I’m sure most do). This was our first stay at The Manhattan but not our first visit to NYC. The website pictures advertised updated, modern facilities, which was true of the lobby. However, once you get off the elevator, you realize the rest of the hotel (minus one floor apparently) has not ever been renovated. Upon walking into our room, we notice that the wallpaper and paint are peeling, the furniture is chipped, the bathroom is covered in pale pink tile and includes a fluorescent light box is not even bright enough to put your makeup on. After placing a call to the front desk, we realize this is typical of a “standard” room. The modern and updated pictures on the website actually reflect the “executive” room. We upgraded as soon as a room was available, and the facilities were much more consistent with what we expected. However, we had to then deal with the thermostat being defective, so our stay didn’t brighten up that much. We will not be staying here again.
The main floor lobby was done very nicely. The proximity to trains & Times Square was a plus.
Our room smelled extremely bad & even the man who brought up our bags noticed it & said something to us about how strong it was. It smelled strongly of weed. That smell lasted from when we entered our room until check out, our entire stay. We even kept the windows open. The only reason I didn’t complain about it was because we had adjoining rooms with the rest of our family & we wanted to be together. Also, the room is in need of updating especially the bathroom. The water in bathroom didn’t drain properly either. As well as the hallways on the other floors. It seems as if the only update was done in the main floor lobby because once you take the elevator up and the doors open it’s like you’re in a motel. The rest of the hotel is dingy & dirty. The beds were extremely uncomfortable and I could not get comfortable with springs stabbing my back all night.
They have a new surprise policy on checkout where they charge everyone an additional $35 a night in what they call a facility charge to what you already paid when you originally booked your stay online.
Not worth the false marketing.
Super friendly helpful outgoing staff
Tub drained a bit slowly whichwas skeevy, and no climate control so we were hot at times but overall definitely good value.
Hallways were old and carpets needed to be replaced.
Just blocks away from the heart of New York City, the Manhattan at Times Square Hotel is centrally located for travelers looking to enjoy the hustle and bustle of New York’s busiest areas. Built in 1962, the hotel features classic Art Deco details that brings guests back to one of the most beloved time periods in the city’s history.
The 685-guest room hotel sits right on 7th Avenue, making it ideally located for exploring the city. Broadway, Times Square, Central Park, and Rockefeller Center are just a small sample of the famous attractions located within a mile of the city and easily walkable for guests so inclined.
After enjoying the local attractions, guests can look forward to a stay in comfort. Standard rooms start at 280 square feet and upgrades to these units include Broadway view and Ball Drop view, for those who want to ring in the New Year in the Big Apple. The Manhattan also includes five different classes of suites, including a 1,275 square feet Presidential Suite.
The hotel does not have a restaurant on-site, but guests do have access to a grab-and-go breakfast before heading out for the day. However, dining options are hardly a problem for guests at the Manhattan. Being so close to all the action of Times Square means that guests are just steps away from a bevy of culinary destinations, featuring any cuisine imaginable.
Central location and Art Deco nostalgia make the Manhattan at Times Square Hotel a New York highlight.
based on 3,450 reviews
Policies vary by room type and provider.
You’ll get breakfast with your stay when you sign up for the bed and breakfast package at The Manhattan at Times Square. It includes a continental breakfast, which consists of a pastry, fruit, juice and coffee. If you want to commemorate your visit to New York city, you might like the Big Apple gift package. Along with overnight accommodations, with this package, you’ll get a bag of New York goodies to take home with you.
All of the executive suite rooms are located on higher floors and therefore have some of the best views of the New York city skyline. Other amenities such as a Nespresso machine and remote-controlled window treatments are also included. If looking at a suite, these rooms are much larger and have separate living and dining spaces for entertaining. Because many of these suites can sleep as many as 6 guests, they are ideal for groups that are traveling together.
If you plan an extended stay or just want to prepare a few meals in your room, you can request a microwave and/or refrigerator from the front desk. There is a flat fee for use of these items during your stay. You can also request to use a rollaway bed if you need added sleeping accommodations.
Along with arranging transportation and making restaurant recommendations, the concierge at The Manhattan at Times Square also has tickets that you can purchase to many of the top theater and Broadway shows. Tickets for bus tours and museum admissions are also conveniently sold here.
If you’re traveling from JFK airport to the hotel, it will be about a 45m trip on the subway. You’ll first ride AirTrain from your arrival gate to the Jamaica Station Line. From here, you’ll connect to subway line E to 7th Avenue. If you’re flying into Newark, you’ll also be able to take the NJ Transit train into Penn Station. You’ll have less than a 1 mi walk from Penn Station to the hotel. Penn Station is one of the busiest subway stations in the world. It provides access to Amtrak trains as well as commuter trains, New Jersey Transit and Long Island Railroad.
Although the hotel does not have a parking garage, there is one right next door. Connected directly to the hotel, it is very convenient. Once you park, there are no in/out privileges; however, since you can walk to many attractions and eating places, you won’t have to take your car out much. Depending upon the size of your car, parking fees range from $52-$65 per day. (Prices checked 06/26/19).
The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel is located at 790 7th Avenue in Midtown, 0.7 km from the center of New York. Broadway is the closest landmark to The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel.
No, The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel is 3.1 km from New York Skyports SPB.
No, pets are not allowed at The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel.
No, The Manhattan At Times Square Hotel does not have a pool onsite.
Midtown is known for: Broadway, touristy, shopping