|Distance to city centre||0.3 mi|
|Nearest airport||New York LaGuardia|
|Distance to airport||6.0 mi|
|air conditioner||in 14 reviews|
|bit shabby||in 5 reviews|
|close to broadway||in 10 reviews|
|great location||in 375 reviews|
|hot water||in 47 reviews|
|inner court||in 9 reviews|
|mayfair||in 10 reviews|
|new york||in 34 reviews|
|room was small||in 299 reviews|
|staff was friendly||in 182 reviews|
|theatre district||in 16 reviews|
|times square||in 169 reviews|
|value for the location||in 276 reviews|
|worst hotel||in 138 reviews|
Worth every bucks I spend
Tbh, before I came here, I’ve been reading reviews on the hotel and many of them were quiet negative. What I experienced on the first day of my arrival, was totally different from the review I’ve read. The staffs were nice and friendly and very helpful. I got ,room708, a single bed with bathroom for one. The room was tiny, but it was in a perfect size, since it was only me staying there and it was clean. The location is absolutely perfect and safe, 2 blocks from timesquare and many attractions, they are all within a walking distance. Totally recommended this hotel for anyone. :)
Location, staffs, room
The staff there was friendly.
This is NOT a 3 star hotel. It is very dingy and dirty looking the rooms are way too small and dated. All around it looked like a nightmare. I didn’t want to touch anything. We checked out as soon as we checked in and so did 3 other couples in the short time I was there.
The location was great. The rates were good for that area. The staff was friendly and helpful. The size of the room was actually decent. WiFi worked well. No problem with hot water or water pressure. Room was clean. Bed was comfortable.
The hotel does not look like it's pictures online.... the hotel is very old and in major need of many repairs. The front door is a double door-- one is completely missing a handle, the other handle is loose. That is your first impression. The lobby ceiling is patched and unpainted. The elevator doors are in need of painting. The carpet on the stairs is frayed. The wallpaper on the walls of the staircase are marked up and dingy. The hallway floors are uneven and dip in spots-- I almost tripped twice. The first room we had had a "vintage" thermostat on the wall that was inoperable. The remote for the AC unit on the wall also did not work. The light shades on the lights over the bed were torn and frayed. The shower did not work-- took my first bath in 40 years. The clock by the bed is about 40 years old and was showing the wrong time-- (I know that is small, but as a matter of principle, guests should not be having to to reset the clocks to the correct time) Electrical outlets looked scary and 'moved' when you went to plug anything in.... After the first night, we must have tripped a fuse in the room, as the TV, clock, and AC unit, would no longer turn on. They quickly moved us to another room. This room faced the street, and while both windows were closed, and each set of windows also had shut glass doors over them, and we were 4 stories up, you could still hear everything happening down on the street. It was so loud all night, that we checked a couple times to be sure the windows were actually closed! There was a PC in the room, but with no connection to the internet. Also-- yet another clock issue-- a clock that was again about 40 years old, was running about 2 hours behind, and the time set button was broken-- so whenever we looked at it, we had to remember to add 2 hours.... The PC's in the lobby business center are running Windows XP.... This has the potential for being an AWESOME hotel-- but in it's current state, it's "quirkiness" isn't cool or interesting.... it's just OLD and not worth it!
There's no hotel anywhere which has a staff who are more friendly, helpful and courteous. This old lady - ( the hotel, not me - well, I'm old, too) - is well preserved, well cared for, and in a perfect neighborhood for experiencing the "Broadway experience." I'll definitely be back again.
A little note with directions as to how to "work" the sink and shower would have been helpful.....but staff helped with that.
Location good all was good except a huge roach in my room and no batteries in remote but I was never there! Its NYC!
Great location and clean
The bathroom was spotless and bed definitely had fresh sheets. Maid service was very good. I liked that the hotel had a small room for solo travelers. I did not feel as if I had to pay for more room than I had. The location could not be better. The room was actually very quiet and dark, which made for good sleeping. It would have been nice to have a view of street, but that would have added light and noise.
This hotel has never been updated - with notable exception of bathroom, which had new fixtures. I don't think the wallpaper or paint have been redone in 50 years. Of course, that's probably what made it affordable.
Great location close to many things to do in NYC.
The toilet flushed really hard, the sink was broken and leaky every time we tried to use it, the shower wasn't very clean, and the tile around the mirror was broken.
We came to NYC to see a few shows on Broadway, and the location was amazing, just steps from the theaters. Rooms were clean. Staff was very efficient and friendly. The room was very small and not at all fancy, but we were just looking for an affordable place to stay near Broadway, and this fit the bill.
Room was very small, barely room for a double bed. It had a unit air conditioner (i.e., no central air) that could only just barely keep up with the 85-plus degree heat. Found one spider in the morning.
Best location hands down! Just a hassle telling the maids to come back later
We liked that the place was central (just off Times Square) and that it was no frills, as advertised. We needed a place to sleep and this was it. No extras or a lot of space. Air conditioner (necessary!) was working just fine. If you are looking for luxury, this is not the place, but if you are looking for a good value for the location, stay at the Mayfair.
The elevator did break down, but we were on the second floor and it was not important to our stay.
Very small room, but it was perfect for me since I was alone. Wouldn't be big enough for two I guess. The air-conditioning was very loud and it was also a little smelly in the room. But since you won't stay in your room all day it's okay.
Small hotel for place to sleep.
Location near theaters and subway.
Had to ask at front desk each day for ice in room. The one elevator broke down (out of order). Lucky we were on second floor near stairs.
Stay in the heart of the Big Apple at Mayfair New York. New York City is packed with exciting destinations, with many centrally located in Midtown Manhattan, home to Times Square, the theatre district, Rockefeller Center, Central Park and Museum Mile. This stately hotel is situated in the center of Times Square and the city's famous Broadway theatre district, including three of the most famous theatres located on the same street. The hotel is just a short walk from Rockefeller Center and Central Park. Round-the-clock concierge services are available to help guests navigate their way through the bustling surrounding areas, as well as the subway system, site-seeing tours and other destinations throughout all five boroughs. As guests enter Mayfair New York's elegant lobby, they're instantly transported to an upscale oasis of European elegance and charm. The beautifully-appointed lobby features sumptous furnishings and live piano music, with comfortable seating and spectacular views of Midtown Manhattan and beyond. Mayfair New York features multiple guest rooms, each adorned with charming, colorful toile wallpaper, custom-designed furnishings and sublimely comfortable beds, dressed in crisp, soft linens and plush, cozy pillows. Room options include single, double, queen and king; all rooms include private bathrooms, cable televisions, telephones, safes and free WiFi. Select king rooms feature chairs that fold out into beds and futons to accommodate additional sleepers. Mayfair New York is also home to one of the theatre district's most beloved restaurants, Cielo. This classic Italian eatery has been a tradition for over a quarter of a century, famed for its fresh, authentic food, homemade pasta, two-floor seating and spectacular prices. The lengthy menu includes dozens of different pasta dishes, fresh pizzas, hot sandwiches, seafood, chicken and homemade soups, plus classic antipastos, salads and appetizers. Full bars and LCD flat-panel televisions on both floors offer diners a fantastic way to unwind.
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