This is a very good hotel. We had kids this trip and we all had a great time. Service was above par,
rooms were large had comfortable and very clean.
Unique Quality: Best is the location to the sites we were going to .
Directions: 3 blocks from TIME SQUARE
We like Hiltons and this one was one was very classy. Everyone there was helpful and friendly. Conciere was just ok. Not overly friendly or helpful but was there to do his job only. We usually rely on conciere's but skipped this one and went on our own. Otherwise the hotel was great. Clean and nice looking. GREAT location and would definately stay there again.
Unique Quality: Great view, classy
I stayed here for three nights. This very good hotel is extremely well located. The rooms are quite big with a modern and nice bathroom.
Rooms have complimentary tea and coffee, a microwave oven and a fridge.
The service is extremely friendly and staff is very helpful.
Free Internet, close to NY Metro Stations, a shop in the lobby.
Concierge where you can organise most of the “touristy” things you want to do, from booking seats for the theatre to tickets for the Empire State Building.
I made reservations in South Africa on the www.hotels.com website, and had no problems when checking in at the hotel.
Unique Quality: Location
Very fine service
Directions: c/o 8th and 48th
The location was fantastic - safe - and very convenient to Times Square/Broadway, the subway and other attractions.
We had a good sized room with a comfy bed and a (noiseless) view over 8th Ave. Room had a microwave, refrigerator, coffemaker. Internet access available. Breakfast was included
Check their special offers and travel sites such as Travelocity for good rates.
Would recommend and stay here again!
Directions: Eighth Ave between 48th and 49th Streets
I stayed at the Hilton Garden INN in Midtown a few weeks ago for Business it was $179. It is a more Basic hotel but I found it clean and nice not a lot of fancy extras. But when I checked for the daters you want it was $299. Try and book each day seems something is going on in NYC the 8th of may all the rooms are pricey
The Hilton Garden Inn Times Square hotel is located in Midtown and is within walking distance to New York's best attractions including Broadway theatres, Times Square, Central Park, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, lively nightlife, Rockefeller Center and a multitude of museums. The Hilton Garden Inn Times Square hotel is perfectly designed business with free breakfast and internet
Staying at most Hilton Hotels is reassuring. The location is usually excellent, rooms are clean and service is cordial. This Hilton is exactly all that. We got a corner room that looked down the street to Radio City Music Hall. Looks great at night. Also, corner rooms in this hotel are larger than other rooms. If you've ever stayed in NYC, you understand how much an extra square yard makes, especially in the bathroom. The train stop is right outside the door, and it's walking distance to most touristy places. Also, lots of restaurants in NYC, but the selections especially good around here.
We stayed at the Days Hotel in Midtown Manhattan from December 26-30, 2004.
Since we travelled with a group, we had no input regarding the hotel selection. After reading several HORRIBLE and frightening reviews on various travel websites, we were quite apprehensive about staying there.
Once we got checked in and looked around, our apprehension subsided. It was a clean, comfy place to stay right in the middle of all the NYC action!
Mind you, it was NOT The Plaza!
We were on the 12th floor.... Standard Days Inn type room... two double beds with PLENTY of space to walk around in the room. There was a table and chairs for dining, TV, clock radio, iron and ironing board, nice size closet with hangers, hairdryer and toiletries in the bathroom, (Typical stuff, if you ask me) Nothing fancy, and a bit "dated", but in New York, who spends much time in a hotel room, anyway?
In contrast to some reviews, we had no "extra guests" in our room in the form of rodents or insects. The sheets were changed every day and the staff was attentive and friendly. Close to subways, and there is a GREAT deli, The Z Deli, right across the street that is open 24 hours... has GREAT subs at GREAT prices.
Like I said, it is NOT The Plaza... it is a Days Inn.... We will definitely stay there again.... by choice!
i would not recommend this hotel to anyone else unless you want a cheap hotel with good location. aside from that this hotel doens't have much else to offer, with low quality rooms, no microwaves, not many channels on its cable tv. you're better off finding a hotel like comfort inn, which gives free breakfast and internet access.
Unique Quality: it has great location within subway, midtown, times square, and rockefeller center.
It was the end of October, they hadn't turned the boiler on yet, it was chilly in the room. They did bring blankets when asked. No clock, no radio, remote for TV didn't work, absolutely no extras whatsoever! It was clean and staff was helpful and courteous.
Unique Quality: Restaurant was excellent, 24 hours, did not match hotel, seemed of higher calibur. Two Starbucks within a block in each direction.
Directions: 1 block from Broadway
Not the nicest hotel but nice enough. Rooms are a bit dated, but they're also larger than many NY hotels. Great location.
Unique Quality: Brasserie Pigalle Restaurant connected to Days Inn is interesting. It's much nicer than the hotel ... and it's open 24 hours. Really good food and good service.
Directions: Near Times Square
I have a question regarding best form of travel from airports and the destinations listed below that i would like some help on. ie best form of travel, cost's, time.
San Francisco (SFO) Airport to Holiday Inn San Francisco - Fisherman's Wharf
Vancouver (YVR) Airport to The Sutton Place Hotel Vancouver 845 Burrard Street
Hilton Garden Inn Times Square to JFK
Las Vegas (LAS) Airport to Planet Hollywood Resort
Thank you for all your help in advance.
San Francisco, BART to Union Square and then either the cable car, street car or a taxi to Fisherman's Warf.
For Vancouver you will be able to use our new Canada Line rapid transit train that is starting the first week in September. Take the train to the Georgia Street Station, from there walk west on Georgia Street to Burrard, two blocks, cross Burrard, then turn left on Burrard and walk two blocks and there you are. If you take a taxi plan on spending around $30.00
By the way, regarding San Francisco, BART to Powell Street, if you have luggage the cable car is not an option. Take the F line streetcar, above ground going eastbound to fisherman's wharf, otherwise as the other poster above mentioned a taxi.
For Las Vegas after you collect your bags go outside and take any one of the several shuttles. The costs are all around $6.00 one way. Time will be 10 minutes to 30 minutes depending on when you board the shuttle and how the Las Vegas strip traffic happens to be when you arrive.
In Vegas a taxi to the PH is about $15
thank you to everyone for the helpfull advise.
You asking "best" or "cheapest"? I have done all those route except the SFO and the answer is "Taxi", "Taxi", and "Taxi."
I know that JFK to TS (we stayed at the HGI) is fixed price set by the city at around $40 plus toils. Going back we did the hotel shuttle for about $30. Check with the front desk for a RSVP and schedule.
From LAS to PH probably about $30 including tip. We just did from Sam's Town in Henderson to LAS for that price and have done from the strip to LAS for the same.
BTW: HGI Time Square is a great place in a great location.
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Address: 790 Eighth Avenue, New York City, New York, 10019, United States