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The New Yorker A Wyndham Hotel
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Reviewed 19 December 2011

We stayed in the New Yorker during last winter's snowstorm on a sightseeing trip and had a fabulous time. The location was perfect, just a short walk to everywhere with super convenient subway stops right outside the door. The room was teeny tiny, but I expected that and actually prefer living small so it was perfect for us. The only thing that could have been better was the bedding. The blankets were a little thin, but the room was kept at a comfortable temperature so it wasn't a problem.

  • Stayed: January 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 19 December 2011

Typical small NY rooms with nice decor and free Internet. I was able to stay here free because I had stayed at Super 8's and had enough of points. Room has a nice small bathroom with tub and the provided toiletries are good, no need to bring your own conditioner. Very close to Penn Station and many restaurants. Be sure to ask for a room on a high floor with a good view.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 17 December 2011

We stayed in the New Yorker for one night on a business trip...and I probably wouldn't want to stay any longer. The rooms are small, probably big enough for just 1-2 people who aren't looking for an oasis but a place to sleep after touring NYC. The bed was very comfortable but I thought it was strange that the blanket they gave us was so thing, so as a result we had to blast the heat on all night. Wasn't very impressed with the bathrooms. They definitely need updating and it gives the feel that no matter how many times you clean it, it still feels kinda dirty. It's definitely very different from any Sheraton, Holiday Inn, Marriott or Radisson I've ever been in.
That being said, the location was unbeatable. It was a quick 10 minute walk to Times Square, Macys and endless shopping is right at your fingertips. The subway is also just right outside the hotel making it super convenient.
Also as a side note....as soon as I got into the elevator and arrived on my floor, I got this super weird vibe. If you've ever been on the Tower of Terror at Disneyland this is exactly what it looked like. Probably because the hotel is so old, but I definitely would be afraid of staying here by myself overnight.

  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled on business
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Reviewed 16 December 2011

We stayed in the new yorker for four nights , December 2011, i cant complain at all The room was clean and the bed was "very" comfortable , the only downfall was no tea/coffee making facility in the room. The room was cleaned daily and was warm with good heating facilities. We had a street view but could not hear the traffic. The bathroom was smallish but clean and suitable. The night staff were very helpful, the night porter especially. The tick tock diner is open 24 hours so you can buy food or drinks through out the night and take them to your room. The location is ideal, a ten minute walk from time square. There is a TGI fridays and 24 hour chemist and store across the road. It is across the road from maddison square garden and penn station so ideal for underground links. The food in the tick tock diner was great and the service was quick. There was sometimes ques to get in in the morning but i guess this reflects how decent the place is and it can get busy late in the evening, being 24 hours it is also open to public. You have to show your room card when attempting to enter the lifts which indiates decent security. The hotel reception allowed us to use their phone twice to call the airport over a lost case and set up shuttle arrangements for transfer. There is an extra coffee stall near the tick tock diner where you can buy beverages all day. The check out time is 12.00 noon which is ideal for most flights home and they store your case for a very small fee. cant complian at all and would stay again.

Room Tip: stay above 30th floor
  • Stayed: December 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 16 December 2011

Just stayed in the new yorker for three nights rooms a little small and dated but who cares you don't spend any time in it. Great location would highly recommend this hotel view from our room was awsome , tick tock dinner for breakfast , on site bar for drinks what mote da ya need quality

Rob and Ang
beverley east yorkshire Uk

  • Stayed: December 2011
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