Renaissance New York Hotel 57

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

130 E 57th St, New York City, New York, 10022, United States

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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
36%
226
Very Good
38%
233
Average
16%
103
Poor
4%
30
Terrible
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20

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 23% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Families78
  • Couples78
  • Solo66
  • Business68

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High Tea In New York

by ForestqueenNYC

Why not take your tea at one of the beautiful, elegant hotels in New York. There are a number of places where you can spend a leisurely afternoon sipping a cup of tea and feeling luxurious.

The Pierre, a beautiful old hotel across from Central Park, would be one of my choices.
The Pierre
E. 61st St. across from Central Park
Phone: 212-838-8000

Other possibilities:

Palm Court at Plaza Hotel
768 Fifth Ave across from Central Park
212-759-3000
The Plaza will close for conversion into co-ops in Spring of '05. Before going, call to see if the Palm Court will remain open during renovations.

Four Seasons Hotel
 57 E. 57th St., fl. r
212-758-5700
http://www.fourseasons.com/newyorkfs/index.html
If high tea at the Four Seasons in New York is as nice as it is at the Washington, D.C Four Seasons, then you will have a truly elegant experience.

For a less formal, but very nice tea room, which gets high ratings, try Alice's Tea Cup on the Upper West Side.
Alice's Tea Cup
102 W 73rd St,   New York 10023
At Columbus Ave
212-799-3006
http://www.teamap.com/tearooms/alices_tea_cup_614.html

Website for description and reviews on hotel tearooms in Manhattan:
http://newyorkmetro.com/nymetro/shopping/columns/testdrive/n_9532

For website for tea rooms in NY, see below.

The Habitat Hotel

by Tara2001 about The Habitat Hotel

Simple basic rooms with shared facilities. Fantastic location, 2 blocks from Bloomingdales and a short walk from the Empire State Building, and Central Park. Very cheap budget hotel for travellers, immaculately clean, rooms come with TV and wash basin.

The Habitat Hotel.

by bluefelt about The Habitat Hotel.

$100 w/out private bathroom, $125 with. I say go all the way! Small, clean rooms, with air conditioning and heating, no strange smells, people, or rodents. Efficient and courteous staff. The place to go if you want to see Manhattan and not the insides of your eyelids.

Habitat Hotel

by becstar7 about Habitat Hotel

For a single the rates can be as low as $85 a night without tax. For a double it will be more in the $100 range. Being two college students, we didn't exactly have the money to stay at the Ritz...but we also wanted some privacy and security that we were not sure that we would get at a hostel. So we decided to make the Habitat Hotel our home sweet home. I think it has a variety of rooms, but we stayed on a floor where there are four rooms for every bathroom. In other words, you get your private room, but the bathrooms are shared. I was surprised to learn how many hotels do this shared bathroom thing in NYC. Anyway, it kept the costs low, the rooms and bathrooms were kept extreamly clean, the staff was very friendly and helpful, and we felt the hotel was in a great location.

A good choice

by Fenaren about Habitat Hotel

With an ideal location on 57th Street between Lexington and Park Avenues, Habitat is an easy walk to many of the city's best entertainment, shopping, and major attractions- such as MOMA, Rockefeller Center, Broadway theaters, Bloomingdale's, Niketown, F.A.O. Schwarz, Saks Fifth Avenue, and the Hard Rock Café.

The Habitat Hotel.
Type:...

by bluefelt

The Habitat Hotel.
Type: hotel
Location: 57th & Lexington, in mid manhattan, very prime position to visit the city.
Unique Qualities: Small, clean rooms, with air conditioning and heating, no strange smells, people, or rodents. Efficient and courteous staff. The place to go if you want to see Manhattan and not the insides of your eyelids.
More Info: Continental breakfast included. When you're done with that, head on over to Starbucks next door and have yourself a latte! Comparative Price: $ (least expensive in the area)
Average Price: $100 w/out private bathroom, $125 with. I say go all the way!

Habitat Hotel

by SirRichard

130 East 57th Street. Tel.: 212-753-8841 / Toll-free: 800-255-0482.

A great location too, between Lexington and Park Avenues, very close to MOMA, Rockefeller Center, Broadway theaters, Bloomingdale’s, Niketown, F.A.O. Schwarz, Saks Fifth Avenue, and the Hard Rock Café.
Rooms from $129

Reservations at www.habitat-ny.com

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Restaurant Help

by stephanc

Hello, any suggestions on good and affordable restaurants around Hotel 57 ?
Being in a budged (as usual) i'm open to any cuisine and thinking to spend around 20$/person. Pls let me know what you think. Thanks.

Re: Restaurant Help

by 10028

I don't know where your hotel is. But you can use menupages.com to search for restaurants by location, cuisine, price, etc. There are reviews and sample menus too. Just be aware the the prices are usually out of date on the menus.

Re: Restaurant Help

by SandiM

I really liked the food at Cafe Metro. It's a chain of cafes around NYC and you order at the counter and eat in little tables. Affordable, convenient, great food. and Fast! they serve breakfast, lunch, dinner etc. All a la carte.

Re: Restaurant Help

by nicolaitan

All over Manhattan there are full service delis with salad bars and counter service - many have tables where you can take your meal and eat, well within your budget. Most full serice restaurants will be difficult to stay under $20 especially adding in tip and tax which come to about 25%. No tipping at the self service counters even if they put out a cup.

Re: Restaurant Help

by jmdfoto

Well there is serendipity, home of the overpriced golden sundae. There are a lot of restaurants on 3rd and 2nd Ave. If you fancy some diner food, there is moonstruck on 57th corner 2nd Ave. And there is this turkish restaurant "Taksim" on 2nd Ave. between 54th and 55th streets. There is also Houstons, on 53rd and 3rd.

Enjoy your stay :D

Re: Restaurant Help

by stephanc

Thank you for the replys, i'll make a note of them :)
Can not wait to go to NYC.

hotel/ area advice

by sazkia

Hello there!
I'm from the UK and i'm staying in New York for 5 nights. I've found that many hotels not sure where to book. At the minute its between Milford Plaza and Econo Lodge Times Square. I'm on a budget, but want a nice clean hotel thats not over priced.
If you've got any info or opinions it would be a great help.

Thank you Sarah xx

Re: hotel/ area advice

by 10028

Don't book before you read the reviews on tripadvisor.com and also look through the candid traveler photos on that site. You'll get a better idea of what the rooms look like than on the hotels' own sites.

Are you familiar with priceline.com? First read up on strategies on biddingfortravel.com and betterbidding.com. (I don't know about the Econo Lodge, but the Milford Plaza is referred to here as the Mildew Plaza!) And, whatever you do.... do not be tempted by the dreaded Carter Hotel!

Re: hotel/ area advice

by yma123

hey there sarah!

NY is expensive but I guess you have already discovered this...

what is your budget? - We stayed at the Big Apple Hostel & Hotel - its a clean hostel & hotel - so it has hotel rooms but shared bathrooms & toilets... shappy but clean...

id recommend this hotel if you want something cheap... you can save $$$ & its 100 meters from times square - well its virtually in times square... W 45th st... great location!!!!

if you want any further info.. email me if you like... I LOVE NY!

Re: hotel/ area advice

by acloud

I've travel to NYC often and I've stayed in great places at reasonable rates (thru priceline.com) and stayed in dumps for waaaay too much money (I am a survivor of the Hotel Carter...it's WORSE than anything you've read). The best deals for me have been renting apts. You can pick the size, the price and the location. If you plan on being there for more than a couple of days, it's more cost effective, too. Kitchens to prepare your own meals or stash leftovers and usually laundry facilities, not to mention more space. I also like the idea of being in a neighborhood. After spending a month in Soho in a loft that slept 7 for $100/night, I was hooked. There are several sites, but try vrbo.com for starters.

Re: hotel/ area advice

by stephanc

Hi Sarah,

I was in the same situation, but after reading hotel reviews at tripadvisor.com i decided to booked Hotel 57 - standard room with private bath for 199USD/night.
www.hotel57.com

Hope this help.

Re: hotel/ area advice

by keithdavidrowley

Hello Sarah
We stayed at the Hotel 31 at 120 East 31st Street, 10 min stroll from Empire State and 20 min from Times Square. Not fantastic but clean and quiet, check out prices on www.hotel31.com. There is no food there but you have so much choice outside.Just 15 mins from Times SQ.- prices drop!
Make an itinery of what you wish to see and check out NYC tourist sites for offers.
Have a great time, we did.
Keith and Eileen.

HABITAT HOTEL NEW YORK

by andiepandy

Hi, was wondering if anyone had ever stayed in the Habitat Hotel in New York?? Just booked flight etc and hotel from Belfast for March to this hotel and have since read the reviews on the hotel. As i have never been to New York wanted this trip to be some what special to remember. We were working on a tight budget as we are staying for a week,,,,,, Please someone tell me something good...

Re: HABITAT HOTEL NEW YORK

by Waoife

I stayed there about 4 years ago and found it fine. The rooms are tiny but clean, as were the shared bathrooms. It's in a pretty good area (I was there by myself and felt very safe) and the free coffee & rolls in the morning was a bonus.

Have a good trip,
Aoife

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 Renaissance New York Hotel 57

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Address: 130 E 57th St, New York City, New York, 10022, United States