Herald Square

19 West 31st Street, New York City, New York, 10001, United States
#254 of 761 hotels in New York City
Great (4.0 out of 5.0) 6 reviews
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Well Located

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on December 9, 2011

I arrived at JFK from Israel at 5am and was in Manhattan by 7:30am --- a little early to get a room when the reservation said check-in was at 3pm. But the people at the desk were exceedingly nice and accommodating and had a room ready for me by 10am!! With my jet lag, and needing to meet new VTers for dinner that evening, I really needed to get some rest.

They have a nice breakfast room and lounge, so after stashing my luggage in the FREE lockers, I got onto my laptop and took advantage of the FREE WIFI, while waiting for my room.

I had a nice size room, quiet, really comfy bed and linens, nice bathroom, TV, radio and a nice deep tub!

The reception was always helpful with directions or other queries.

Great Deal, Great Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on August 14, 2007

I stayed at the Herald Square Hotel for 3 nights in July of 2007 and thouroughly enjoyed the experience. I was travelling solo and booked a single room on their website for $99 +tax. The room was small with no view but it was spotless, air-conditoned with a in-room safe for passport etc. The bed was extremely comfortable and there was daily housekeeping with plenty of fresh towels. There was no on-site restaurant but there were plenty of places to eat nearby in this safe neighbourhood. Free coffee, tea & hot chocolate were available in the lobby 24hrs a day. I can heartily recommend the Herald Square hotel and will gladly stay here on my next New York vacation.

Directions: Between Broadway & 5th.Ave

Manhattan on a Budget

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 15, 2006

The Herald Square is in the original Life Magazine building, very charming and cute with the Life cherubs smiling at you from every angle. A cozy place for less than $100 a night, Herald Square is a great deal for midtown Manhattan. At 19 W 31st Street between 5th and 7th Avenues, it's a short walk to Penn Station, Madison Square Garden, Macy's and much more. The room wasn't large, but certainly not small, and had all the amenities a person would need. A double bed, free HBO, and a large private bath. Friendly Service, easy check-in/check-out, elevators, it was all a breeze. The only negative was the room smelled of smoke, so being a non-smoker, I had to get use to the scent, but all in all I had a wonderful stay. And according to the website, now it's completely non-smoking. The hotel was under renovations during my stay, the work is probably done by now, it just keeps getting better! I highly recommend Herald Square, and I know others do too, so be sure to make your reservations well in advance!!

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Centrally Located

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 17, 2006

This hotel is perfect for tourists visiting NYC. All it is is a simple hotel, there is a reception and storage to leave your luggage on check out, but when you are in one of the greatest cities in the world what else do you need apart from somewhere to rest your head.

Unique Quality: The Original Life Magazine Building.
The Home of Life Publishing Company Inc

Directions: In the Heart of Midtown, Manhattan, New York City
The Definition of LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION
Less than 15 Minutes from everything!
Macy's Herald Square 3 Short 1/2 blocks away
The Manhattan Mall is 1/2 block away

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Good Price and Location

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 27, 2005

I highly recommend this hotel, its near Penn Station & not too far of a walk from Times Square and Rockefeller Plaza. It was very inexpensive (for NYC) and clean!!! There are several other subway lines right by, so you are also easily connected to the Met and downtown as well.

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Affordable hotel in Manhattan

by written on February 16, 2003

Quite affordable to NY standards, the Herald Square Hotel is also centrally located in midtown, blocks away from the Empire State Building. Friendly staff, clean comfortable basic rooms, and affordable. If you are on a budget and are looking for a basic room where the only time you spend in it anyway is when you are sleeping, this hotel is perfect.

The single rooms go for $85 per night and the doubles for $120. Add to that the 13.5% taxes and $2 per night occupancy tax.

Directions: Midtown, 31st street btw Broadway and 5th ave

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Address: 19 West 31st Street, New York City, New York, 10001, United States

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