It is unfair to say that the Tudor is bad- the staff is competent, the location is near public transport, and the rooms are not unclean. For someone needing just a bed, this hotel suffices.
It is the little things- lingering, stale smells from breakfast or past guests, bad lighting in the awkwardly dark rooms looking out to the sides of other buildings- that make this hotel joyless to stay at. WIth prices and services similar to a Club Quarters or a nicer Holiday Inn, I would suggest staying elsewhere.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Formerly the Tudor Hotel, this Midtown historic boutique hotel was transformed and reopened in 2010 as the Hilton Manhattan East. 300 Guest Rooms and Suites located on East 42nd St. Walking distance to Grand Central, Midtown and the United Nations. As of January, 2017 it is now Hilton New York Grand Central. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hilton Manhattan East Hotel New York City
- Tudor Hotel United Nations
- Crowne Plaza United Nations
- Tudor Hotel New York City