|Distance to city centre||0.9 mi|
|Nearest airport||New York LaGuardia|
|Distance to airport||5.5 mi|
|central park||in 9 reviews|
|christmas decorations||in 14 reviews|
|coffee maker||in 85 reviews|
|coffee making||in 87 reviews|
|coffee shop||in 18 reviews|
|facilities in room||in 235 reviews|
|free wifi||in 94 reviews|
|great hotel||in 186 reviews|
|great location||in 326 reviews|
|great view||in 122 reviews|
|heart of nyc||in 8 reviews|
|new york||in 28 reviews|
|room service||in 27 reviews|
|room was spacious||in 245 reviews|
|spacious rooms||in 20 reviews|
|st patrick||in 42 reviews|
|staff very helpful||in 223 reviews|
|times square||in 29 reviews|
|water in the room||in 39 reviews|
Location is great for all the Midtown attractions. Just a block from 5th Ave and the Rockefeller Centre. Hotel was beautifully decorated for the festive season.
Beds quite small in standard rooms, and extras are expensive.
The bed was comfortable. The service was great
The staff adjusted an error in the hotels reservation immediately, at check in. Carol OConner recognized the issue and made the adjustment in a way that thoughtful and professional.
It was my first time in New York and the location could not be more ideal. The hotel was central to all of the main attractions. We stayed around Thanksgiving and all of the holiday decor were already stunningly displayed. A lot of tourists stopped by the outside courtyard, which is quite the photo opportunity. Inside the lobby, they hosted a "happy hour" during the weekdays around 5pm which consisted of small bites - all delicious and inclusive with your stay. My boyfriend had to work during our visit and a shuttle was provided to the financial district. The staff were excellent and very friendly.
We had a bit of a situation where we found rotten food in our mini fridge leftover from previous guests. The manager was very accommodating and provided great customer service. The only other negatives were that the internet was not included with your stay and the bellman/greeters stood by the door but did not open the doors for you which I found a bit odd.
Front desk personnel was very professional and nice. She tried to accommodate all our request.
I may never use Kayak again. You cost me hundreds of dollars.
The hotel never had my reservation so whatever I booked through Kayak/getaroom was bogus. The hotel could not meet the rate so I was stuck paying hundreds of dollars more. Your service almost left me with no rooom for my trip. This is totally unacceptable and I deserve compensation for this.
My wife and I stayed at the Palace many years ago and this stay was the first under Lotte's ownership. It's a big hotel, so it lacked the intimacy of some place like the Lowell Carlyle or the Plaza Athenee. That said, it's considerably less expensive, unless you are in the Towers. What I found remarkable was the consistency of staff attitude. Friendly, appropriately personal, attentive, and helpful.
$50 for a simple breakfast (farro porridge with fruit, coffee, and a freshly made vegetable juice, was a new high (or low, depending on how you look at it) for New York. Delicious for sure, but pricey.
Beautiful hotel, incredible view and far enough away from the craziness of Times Square but a pretty easy walk to wherever you want to go. I was skeptical because of the deal we got on hotels.com but it was an awesome spot!
No closet in the hotel room.
Wonderful hotel and location
Decor, location, cleanliness
$16.00 for wifi
Great hotel-- 16.00 per day for wifi?!
Absolutely beautiful hotel in a great location! Loved my stay there!!
Charging 16.00 per day for wifi is insane
Our room directly overlooked St. Patrick's Cathedral and it was gorgeous. The room was spacious (unusual for NY), clean and comfortable. There's a wonderful café right off the beautiful hotel lobby for specialty coffees and French pastries, and the fitness center is amazing. Plenty of bar/restaurants within walking distance, as are many of the tourist attractions such as Rock Center. I would highly recommend this hotel, and will look into staying there again.
There was nothing that I disliked about this hotel, although I would have preferred a lower internet rate (it is $16/day).
Large rooms, excellent location
Lotte New York Palace is a luxury hotel and Manhattan landmark. Located on Madison Avenue, this venue has been featured in numerous movies and television shows, thanks to its elegant design. While the style of architecture and interior exude an old-world sophistication, guests will be treated to modern amenities. In addition to vacations and business meetings, Lotte New York Palace makes for a lovely backdrop for picture-perfect weddings, with its gated courtyard and stunning event spaces. The hotel is made up of 909 guest rooms and suites that can be used for short or extended stays. Guests who love a room with a view should ask for the Cathedral View Rooms, which have a view of St. Patrick’s Cathedral and Rockefeller Center, or the Premier Skyline View Rooms that offer panoramic skyline views. Larger parties can enjoy a Deluxe Two Bedroom Suite with an oversized living room and connecting bedrooms. In addition to nearby restaurants and in-room dining, Lotte New York Palace has different eateries and bars to enjoy within its towers. The Villard Restaurant is lovely for breakfast or weekend brunch, while the Pomme Palais has sweet treats. For cocktails or a nightcap, guests can visit Trouble’s Trust or go to Rarities, which is an invitation-only salon serving wines and fine spirits. The Lotte New York Palace Spa and Fitness Center is considered to be one of the best in the city. Visitors can work out or book a spa treatment to unwind. The spa offers everything from facials and massages to manicures and waxing. In-room services are also available upon request.
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|New York LaGuardia||5.5 mi|
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