|""Friendly staff, trendy , beautiful bathroom.""||(in 96 reviews)|
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|"Great design hotel and great location."||(in 101 reviews)|
|""The room, hallways smells really bad!""||(in 68 reviews)|
|"No coffee in my room"||(in 17 reviews)|
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|rooms were small||in 243 reviews|
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|nice hotel||in 130 reviews|
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|broadway shows||in 8 reviews|
Disco bath tub and super comfy beds. Great location in midtown. Unique experience even with the small elevators. Highly recommend staying!
Drinks were a little pricey, but overall atmosphere and NYC influence may justify their cost. No in room coffee, but close proximity nearby.
Very poor experience
Location is good. Very Poor customer service. Room Key was not working @ 1am. They send me back n forth 4 times to check if i was doing something wrong or key was the problem. After that they figured out the lock battery was discharged and was recognizing the key. Then we Had to wait in the waiting area till 230am with my pregnant wife. I was so outraged with this but hotel staff was least concerned. Horrible experience & very expensive parking.
No food service and the champagne was extremely expensive at the bar but the room was clean and comfortable. We absolutely loved the bathtub and the staff was very nice. Nice hotel for a romantic getaway. Wouldn't recommend for families
Rough first night
Location is perfect. Bathroom was almost bigger than the rest of the room.
Air conditioner didn't work first day. Called when we first got to our room and they told us there is a sensor that activates it when you walk in. We came back late that night and it was still 80 degrees (thermostat was set at 64). I called down, someone said they'd send someone up. About 30 minutes later, nothing. I called back and they said they were switching shifts and the manager was looking for another room for us-they'd call when it's ready. I stayed awake 45 minutes longer, and packed up most of our stuff, still nothing. The next morning we went downstairs to try to get our a/c fixed and they sent the engineer up. We came back later that day...it was fixed. It was pretty uncomfortable sleeping in 80 degree humid room. Disappointed that we didn't hear back that night to get it fixed. After the first miserable night, it was fine. Lobby is very dark! No view at all. No room service.
Location is everything
The location is great. Close enough to walk to Times Square, the Empire State Building, Rockefeller Center, Grand Central, and lots more. The staff couldn't have been nicer or more helpful and there is valet parking if need be.
There isn't any room service available.
Beds a bit uncomfortable and some problems with ac and tv
We took the train into the city a group of 8 people and we were able to walk to the hotel and to out Broadway show as well as the restaurant we had reservations at. Perfect location two blocks from time square. The lobby of the hotel is amazing and all of the employees are friendly and helpful.
I liked everything.
Luxury stay in prime location
We were walking distance to Times Square and the Broadway shows. The customer service was top notch. Loved the atmosphere and the decor.
Two drinks at the bar cost about $40! The elevators were very slow, small, and sounded like we were at risk of being stuck in transit.
We loved the location. We were in New York and we were extremely close to all of the things we really wanted to see while on our vacation. Or if we weren't close, we were a short subway ride away. Beautiful hotel, very clean, and very quiet. We were concerned about the possible noise from the New York streets, but we couldn't hear a peep. It was perfect. And the soaking tub in the bathroom was amazing! I want one in my own home! We were very comfortable.
My husband thought the whole hotel was too dark. Especially the lobby. I would agree to say that the lobby was very dark, but I didn't really mind it. It wasn't like we were going to be spending a lot of time in the lobby anyway. And another thing; every day we left our "Do Not Disturb; sign on our door because when staying in hotels we worry about our things disappearing. But one of the days we came back and our room had been visited by housekeeping, so we quickly looked around to make sure all of our things were accounted for. And thankfully, everything was there. We were happy that the staff was respectful of our things, but we were confused by the fact that the sign was still on the door and they came in anyway.
Fantastic location if tourism is your goal. Atmosphere is glamorous and sexy. Friendly, helpful staff made us feel at ease.
The bathrooms are oddly dark - this is an issue if you are someone who spends any considerable time and effort applying makeup.
had everything we needed, but spent little time in the room
lighting was very bad in the bathroom, not nearly enough to put on make-up
The Royalton Hotel is located in mid-town Manhattan which is home to many of New York City’s iconic buildings and places such as the Empire State Building, the United Nations headquarters, Broadway’s theater district, and Times Square. Once home to upscale residences the hotel has been transformed into a sophisticated boutique hotel incorporating designs by well-known artists such as Roman and Williams and Charlotte Macau.
Guests of the Royalton Hotel can choose from 168 fashionable apartment-style rooms, lavish suites, and penthouse accommodations. The hotel’s standard guest rooms offer 250 square feet of sleek and stylish lodging. Superior and deluxe style guest rooms range from 330 to 360 spacious square feet of luxury. Loft and alcove-style suites with additional living space, soaking tubs, and wood-burning fireplaces offer guests a therapeutic opportunity to rejuvenate the body and soul and unwind in total luxury. The Royalton Hotel’s three penthouses also feature soaking tubs and wood-burning fireplaces in addition to unique and flexible space for special events.
Hotel guests can eat breakfast and lunch at the Royalton Hotel’s Forty Four Restaurant. The restaurant features a 20-foot fireplace where guests can gather in the evening to socialize and enjoy craft cocktails and seasonal small plates.
Other guest features include a fitness center that’s open 24 hours and valet parking. If guests prefer to self-park there is a garage next door to the hotel. Guests can also arrange for in-room hair styling and makeup services by NOMI Beauty.
Mid-town Manhattan’s boutique Royalton Hotel is ideal for boardroom meetings, brainstorming sessions, intimate private dinners, cocktail receptions, and other special events.
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Royalton New York is located at 44 West 44th Street in Midtown, 0,5 km from the centre of New York. New York Public Library is the closest landmark to Royalton New York.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Royalton New York.
No, Royalton New York does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, Royalton New York does not offer free parking.
No, Royalton New York does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Royalton New York is 9,5 km from New York LaGuardia.
Yes, Royalton New York is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, Royalton New York does not have a pool on-site.
Midtown is known for: Broadway, touristy, shopping