Royalton - Morgans Hotel Group

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

44 West 44th Street, New York City, New York, 10036, United States

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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
54%
540
Very Good
28%
282
Average
12%
118
Poor
2%
28
Terrible
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16

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  • Couples85
  • Solo87
  • Business80
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    Just an OK place

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    You would think for the price that this place would be magnificant or at least really nice, but its not so luxurious. Its OK, not great. I think its a 3 * hotel and that is about what it should be. I found it dark and dreary inside. The reception area is almost not noticeable. You walk right by it almost. Elevators too. elevators tiny as well. Hallways of room are very dark and dreary. Single room was very small. No view in my room. But cold furnishings..uncomfortable chair, small desk. Bed was comfortable though, but the room had a bluish decor that just made it feel cold and unwelcoming. There were some nice touches like fresh flowers and nice big shower head and good water pressure...but it just wasnt cozy.
    The hotel also tried to overcharge me $ 20. When i got my amex bill, instead of it being $ 424, it was $ 444. I called and they said they had to research it..then called back and said "
    oh, we are terribly sorry, we meant to charge another room for the $ 20". Yeah right......they were just hoping i didnt notice it. Would never stay in this hotel again.

    Unique Quality: Nothing really

    Directions: easy out of the lincoln tunnel......i just printed out a google map.....10 minutes outside tunnel......turned onto 42nd street from 8th avenue i think, down to 44th street...... pretty easy to get to and get out too.

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    Gorgeous stay

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    I've stayed at the Paramount during a previous stay in NYC, and though they are both designed by Phillippe Starck, the Royalton is a far better value. We stayed on the 12th floor, which we dubbed the "submariner", since the hallways resemble an underwater experience.

    Roughly equivalent to the Paramount in price, a Royalton standard room is much more spacious and luxurious. The Italian bed linens are 400-thread count and very comfortable, which you will appreciate after a long day touring NYC. The bathrooms are a dream, with slate-walled showers built for four and a separate vanity. The hotel is also ideally located, central to many key attractions and the subway system.

    We paid $600 for a two-night stay and we were pleasantly surprised when told that a cot for a visting friend was free of charge. The concierge is knowledgeable and helpful, and happy to provide razors and toothpaste, which we forgot. Overall, an excellant experience. Would definitely stay there again.

  • Royalton Hotel

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    Unique Quality: Philippe Starck interiors. Trendy. Unbeatable location half a block from 5th Ave. and one and a half blocks from Times Square. Relatively expensive but look for special offers.

  • The Royalton Hotel

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    I think the Royalton is about $250 or $300 dollars a night, perhaps less with a corporate rate.

    Unique Quality: This hotel is super-cool and very chic, the hallways are very dark, the reception area is totally unobtrusive in a long lobby which is also a bar. The great thing about the Royalton is that it also has extremely comfortable beds, VCR's with videos available, very cool bathrooms (though somewhat dark, a little difficult for applying makeup) with great Kiehl's shampoo and bath products.

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Stellar hotel with very small drawbacks.

by TripAdvisor Member MidKnight81

The Royalton Hotel is situated in the Theater District/Times Square area of NYC. It is easy to find and the Valet parking is a snap (and also worth it, but it's salty at $52). Valet service took our bags to our room at no extra charge.

Check in was the easiest of anywhere I've ever stayed and the staff was amazingly friendly and helpful, even though we Pricelined the hotel. I called a day earlier just to get a recommendation for dinner and they were more than happy to make reservation for us. Again, very nice and helpful.

The decor is very contemporary and comfortable. However, the corridors are amazingly, stunningly dark. This is only a minor annoyance. The lobby is very large and has ample seating near gas fireplaces. They were almost all occupied by people, attesting to the fact that it's a very user-friendly place.

The room was great. It was their base standard model and was 250 sq ft. Not bad for NYC. The bathroom floor and walls were stone tile that spilled out to the entry. The shower was walk in glass enclosed and was the best I've been in with a rain showerhead and nozzle. All very modern fixtures.

The main room was spacious and had a decent lcd screen and bose ipod dock. The bedding was passable, but not that comfortable. The best was solid and the linen wasn't amazing, but that didn't hamper our sleep at all.

Overall, the dim halls and the alright bedding isn't enough for me to not enthusiastically endorse this hotel. It was really amazing and the staff was wonderful!

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Lounges, coffee bars, clubs with lots of couches

by jamiegarde

I'm searching for a club, coffee bar, lounge, etc with lots of couches, dim lighting and a pleasant ambiance (not too noisy). I'd like to be able to have a private conversation with a friend sitting side by side. If the place serves food, in addition to drinks, that's
a plus but not essential.
Can anyone recommend places in Manhattan (any neighborhood) that fit this description?

Re: Lounges, coffee bars, clubs with lots of couches

by Mahieu

I went to the Coffee Pot. Snacks and food are served and it is really quiet. There are only a couple of couches though. But I was there twice and had no problem 'conquering' them. It's a great place to enjoy a chat or just read. It's not really an uptown place, but the interior is very cosy.
More info: http://www.virtualtourist.com/m/42540/cd624/2/ ( scroll to the last tip)

Re: Lounges, coffee bars, clubs with lots of couches

by Coarstours

Shalel Lounge 65 West 70th Street a few blocks from Lincoln Center or in Midtown try the lounge on the 8th floor of the W Hotel in Times Square. Also there is a nice lounge on the 1st floor of the Royalton Hotel on 44th St between 6th and 5th Aves.

Re: Lounges, coffee bars, clubs with lots of couches

by 10028

The mezzanine lounge at the Paramount Hotel on W. 46th St. between Broadway-8th Ave. sounds perfect.

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Address: 44 West 44th Street, New York City, New York, 10036, United States