|Distance to city centre||0.7 mi|
|Nearest airport||New York LaGuardia|
|Distance to airport||5.7 mi|
|bar area||in 53 reviews|
|central park||in 292 reviews|
|coffee maker||in 165 reviews|
|comfortable beds||in 54 reviews|
|elevators were small||in 118 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 349 reviews|
|good size||in 68 reviews|
|great hotel||in 267 reviews|
|great location||in 782 reviews|
|hidden fees||in 18 reviews|
|location and my room||in 67 reviews|
|maker in the room||in 495 reviews|
|near central||in 43 reviews|
|new york||in 20 reviews|
|room was very dark||in 472 reviews|
|tea and coffee facilities||in 156 reviews|
|times square||in 189 reviews|
Fantastic Location = Great Experience
Location was superb. Subway station of 57th and 7th is 1/2 block away. Central Park is 3 blocks away. Broadway plays 7 blocks away. We walked and rode the subway everywhere. Grocery stores, souvenirs, and eatery locations very close.
no front desk service after 10pm.. by phone in room..
There was not a USB charger in the room.. my phone and IPAD ran out of battery and I haven't stayed in a hotel that didn't have a USB plug int he room in a long time. I tried calling concierge and front desk. but you get a recording after 10PM.. not the best service for business..
Great Value For The Money
Location - superb and convenient Recently remodeled - very tastefully done Pleasant staff Room - a king size bed with room. Hard to beat in NYC. I'll use it again if price is right.
The "resort charge" of $31 per night.
Very Old Hotel - Ugly Rooms
Excellent location next to Central Park
Too expensive. Poor interior quality. Very old rooms. (There was no refrigerator !!!). The hotel pictures are not accurate of its true condition.
Not friendly staff, small rooms, overpriced, hidden fees
Great hotel, great location
This hotel is very well maintained, in a great location, and the beds are very comfortable!
They don't let you check in a minute before the check in time.
Linen not changed
After dinner , wife an I ready to go to bed, my wife noticed pillow cases nor linen was changed. We are avid travelers, we were horrified! Head of housekeeping had it changed at 9:00, but wife an I were tired and this event made us stand in hallway for almost an hour till changes were made.
Everything was clean and nicely decorated
Good location, poor service!
Comparing with Hyatt (4 stars) in DC, Holiday inn (3 stars) in Buffalo and Holiday inn (3 stars) at 57th street NYC, this so called 4 stars hotel-Park central is nothing. The only advantage you have is location.1.The room is quite small, no coffee maker (I requested 2 times by phone, excluded I came to the front desk to request face to face),no refrigerator(you need to request, the quantity is limited and no one replied about whether they would supply or not.) 2.No hair conditioner in the bottle at the first night I stayed.After the third night, I left a note in the bathroom for the housekeeper and said"please refill the conditioner. Thanks." No one cared about this. The bottle was still empty. 3. Airconditioner was broken. Luckily the front desk changed a room for me. This is the worst experience I have in NYC. I am pretty sure I will not choose this hotel in the future and tell others about this experience. Again, if you don't care about the service at all, choose it. If you don't mind to walk several minutes more to Times Square or other sites and want better service and bigger room, Holiday inn midtown at 57th street is a good choice. And the rate is lower than park central.
Park Central Summer 2016
I love the Park Central Hotel. It is our 2nd time to stay there. We originally stayed at Park Central in July 2014 and had an amazing experience all around. The staff, the room, the bathroom, the concierge, the location were all wonderful! Our 2nd stay in June 2016 was nice but not as excellent as in 2014.
I booked the Park Central through hotels.com in 2014 and 2016. I chose it for the clean and well kept rooms, the location and the price is fair. In June 2016, We were put in a "courtyard room (graveyard)" because of the price that we paid. If we spent $75 more a night they would upgrade us to a normal room. This room had a window but barely let in any natural light. You couldn't see what the weather was like until you went outside. The bathroom was so tiny that the only way 2 people could be in there at the same time was if someone was in the shower and the other at the sink. The shower was a tiny stall! I couldn't bath without my elbows hitting the walls. Although, the similar price in 2014 gave us an amazing room with a street view and a huge bathroom (no need to upgrade). The staff on this last trip were friendly but seemed to be rushed. Not the cozy vibe that we had in 2014.
they were very accommodating and friendly. the rooms were perfect sizes and beds were very comfortable.
the facility charge. we only stayed from 7pm at night until 12pm the next day so we didn't even use any of the facilities that were included in the charging so we thought it was a bit unfair to be charged that amount if we weren't even there long enough to use it.
Park Central Hotel New York is a luxury, four-star establishment. It is one of Manhattan's most celebrated venues, located adjacent to some of the city's most iconic destinations. The hotel's history is as rich as its surrounding areas, from its iconic architecture to its celebrated history. The Park Central Hotel New York opened its doors in the 1920s at the height of the Roaring 20s, a favorite of luminaries like Mae West, Glenn Miller, Jackie Gleason, and Tommy Dorsey. Recent renovations showcase the beauty of the city, as well as the hotel's history. Luxurious amenities make it easy to unwind from the hustle and bustle of the big city, including live music every Thursday, gourmet communal dining, classic and craft cocktails, and gourmet grab-and-go artisanal food at the onsite Central Market Cafe. The hotel is located in the heart of midtown. Guests can explore everything from the city's famous Theatre District, Times Square, Carnegie Hall, Rockefeller Centre, the Museum of Modern Art, and some of the world's best shopping on 5th Avenue. Business visitors can get to and from the nearby Javits Convention Center by foot, ride-share or cab. The venue is also adjacent to multiple subways and several bus lines for easy travel to all five boroughs and beyond. After work or play, guests can stay in luxurious comfort in well-appointed rooms with pillowtop mattresses, spa bathrooms, and spacious writing desks. All rooms are ADA-compliant to accommodate all visitors. Premier rooms, located on higher floors, offer spectacular views of midtown. Guests can save time and hassle with a low-cost, self-parking option inside the hotel's underground garage.
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