Satisfaction Very Good
Value Score Great Value!
Good For Couples
An amazing hotel
The room is amazingly clean and big for NYC. Extremely modern design - very European. Amazing bathroom - the shower stall can fit 2 people. Great free snacks and drinks in the room and are being replenished daily.
Amazed Wonderful Stay! Really..
This Hotel was so modern, stylish, elegant. I arrived at about 8 p.m. after a rather long trip from Italy via Paris, with 2 hours delay in Paris due to a strike. It's Amazed and wonderful stay there ...
Brilliant Hotel Exeperience
This hotel is brilliant. Stayed 3 nights in March to celebrate my fiancée's second 39th Birthday. Room was lovely, clean and well stocked (I love it when hotels think to provide conditioner as well as shampoo - silly, I know). The location was wonderfully located with easy access... ...
Nice experienced For Hotel
When looking for a hotel in New York this time around, I had a few more factors to think about compared to last time, as I was taking my sister I desired to make sure that he was in a nice location next to the shops & would be able to finding her way around simple . I was trying to book the Helmsley which was an amazing hotel in an amazing location but like lots of of the hotels I had already tried most of the availability had already gone, so my colleague.
Best hotel in New York
This is my best hotel experience ever. Great hotel, interior, beds, etc etc. thing which impressed me the most was the level of service at the hotel. I have not experienced anything close. Some might argue that this is because I am European with limited experience with famous American service, but anyhow, I felt special. example, waiting outside.. Booked our stay at the Casablanca based on Trip Advisor reviews...and they are glad they did. In ...
Excellent Costomer Support
Had a great time. The hotel was clean and quiet and the staff was super helpful. Great central location.and hotel services are very nice and i feel comfortable there. A great NY hotel! You will be received as a guest, not as “a number” - staff care about you. They kept my luggage at no charge, gave me a free late check out (only one hour, better than nothing) and the complimentary breakfast was excellent. I highly recommend! I must say that I wasn't .
Popular Hotel review
I booked the Thirty Thirty hotel after looking on hotels.com and finding the pictures looked really nice. I also checked on a popular review site and although reviews where slightly mixed, most enjoyed the hotel. I had lost my bags on my flight to New York so whilst checking in at the hotel I told the reception about this and they were very helpful and reassuring.
New York Best Hotel
I picked the right hotel and that everybody would be happy. They had the best time. Since it was our first time in New York they needed to have a... They had a incredible stay at the Thirty Thirty NYCNY. The staff is absolutely first class, up there with the best four star hotels of the world. It is spotless, the general decor is incredible, the location excellent, the rooms small but beautifully decorated with all the amenities. Breakfasts were amazing,
My wife and I stayed at this hotel for six nights. The hotel is well placed to walk or to take public transportation to all the attractions. The superior room had ample room to move about but did not provide a comfortable chair to relax or watch TV. The service was not to par. They never threw away coffee cups or empty containers and never cleaned the ice container. If you stay at this hotel, you need to check out an hour early and check your bill closely. I had to catch my flight and did not have the time to dispute the $150 overcharge. These people would not honor a written reservation. I had read this same complaint on other reviews but this not think that it was possible. After the extra charges, I would not recommend this hotel to anyone.
Okay Hotel - Security Isn't Great
I stayed at this hotel a few years back and overall the experience was okay. I booked a regular room and checked in after 3 p.m. as requested. After, checking in to my hotel and placing my luggage in the closet, I headed out for a walk and coffee with my husband. Before dinner, we returned to our room to change. When I opened the closet, I noticed a bunch airport tags and stickers from a flight originating from Germany. I noticed that the bed duvet was wrinkled as if someone had slept on it. Then, I went to the bathroom and it was clear that some towels had been used. It was obvious that someone had been in our room. Luckily nothing was missing. We took our luggage out of the closet and headed downstairs to the front desk. The front desk admitted that they had accidentally given another guest access to our room, but that the problem had been solved.
The front desk was reluctant to change our room because the hotel was fully booked. They only had suites available. I asked the manager to comp us a suite, because when checking into a perceivably decent hotel we should not worry about the front desk making such mistakes. And, hummm…why wouldn’t the hotel leave us a note in our room telling us what happened so that we wouldn’t be shocked?
The manager was friendly and took care of us. We ended up getting a large suite for our 3 nights in New York. The suite was definitely large, but lacked warmth. There was a lot of empty space. I personally would not recommend this hotel if you're looking for comfort and security. The location was definitely one of the hotel's better assets.
The room was clean, the shower was clean, the bed was comfy.
I had no intention of spending any time except sleeping & washing in my hotel room once in New York, so the fact that the room was a bit on the small size was no problem for me, I could sleep, I could wash and that's all that really mattered to me, even had take out pizza one rainy night.
I didn't have much interaction with the staff, but when I did have a problem they sorted it out straight away (shower handle broke of first day, they had it fixed within half an hour)
Would recommend this hotel if its good for your budget, the location is good with loads of restuarants and shops within walking distance, Empire State Building around the corner.
Thirty Thirty Hotel nearby Empire Building
The room was good and the area was ok.
although i didnot really like to walk late at night or early in the morning.
but it was close to the Metro and Empire State Building.
We booked a roundtrip at the travelagency so i dont know the exact prices. i think around 92 euro
we stayed here from 26th and left 30th of april 2004
Shocking service. Arrived to be told they didn't have the 2 twin-bedded rooms that we'd booked as 'someone else was in them'. Offered a double bed but this was not suitable for us. Following 20 minutes of argument, they finally offered 2 lower standard rooms. When we negotiated a price acceptable to us, we checked in, only to find that one of the rooms had not been prepared - no bedding, dirty. The other room had no towels, and neither safe was working. It took 3 calls to housekeeping to get this fixed, then when the first room was finally ready we found the bathroom door locked! On three occasions over the weekend our room key cards did not work, and to cap it all off my credit card was charged twice for the rooms.
The rooms themselves (once cleaned) were absolutely fine, and we had no further problems, but with so many hotels to choose from I wouldn't recommend this one.
We got what we expected
We stayed at Hotel Thirty Thirty in NYC 6 nights in July 2004. When we first started searching for a hotel in New York we were of course overwhelmed by the number of hotels we could choose from. Our goal was to find a clean, decent hotel located centrally in Manhattan and we wanted to room to be as cheap as possible and we wanted a private bath and a TV. After searching for quite a bit and looking into the option of using priceline.com we ended up on Hotel Thirty Thirty. We booked it through a travel agency here in Norway and we had to pay about 6400 Norwegian Kroner for the 6 nights (with today’s exchange rate that is about 150 dollars pr night including all taxes).
We arrived in NYC at Penn Station and we took a cab to the hotel. The hotel is located on 30 East 30th street near Park Avenue. The taxi only took 5 minutes to get there and we paid about 5 dollars. The lobby of the hotel was nice and quiet and the check in was extremely fast. I just had to sign a paper and they swiped my credit card and then we got a non-smoking room on the 11th floor (1141 to be precise). Our room was quite small but nice. As you can see from the pictures there room was pretty naked. There were a carpet on the floor and the walls were covered with a light wall paper. Apart from the king-size bed we had a chair, a TV that was mounted on the wall in corner of the room, a couple of draws and a wardrobe with about 5 hangers. The TV had lots and lots of channels to offer but I felt like it was like the Bruce Springsteen song “Fifty-seven channels and nothin' on” :-) One strange thing about the room was that the sink was in the bedroom itself and not in the bathroom. I’m not sure why it has been done like this but we got used to it :-) There was also a telephone and an alarm clock on the night tables next to the bed.
Unique Quality: The bathroom was quite tiny but big enough to room the toilet and a shower. The bathroom was covered with tiles on both the floor and the wall. The shower was a step in type with a glass door. In the shower we found little bottles of shampoo, conditioner and in the room itself we found little bars of soap and moisturizing cream. Our window faced towards 29th Street and the view from our room was not great to say the least. We looked right out on a typical New York landmark…a water tank :-) But at least we were high up so we didn’t have any problem with noise from the traffic on Park Avenue at night.
In our opinion the hotel has a pretty good location. It only takes a few seconds to get to places where you can have breakfast. We ended up having breakfast on Suzi’s kitchen quite a lot but there were also a Starbuck’s coffee right around the corner. The hotel was also pretty good located when it comes to getting around. It only took us 2-3 minutes to walk to the 28th Street/Park Avenue subway station…and once you are on the subway you can reach most places in New York. We like to walk and on our first afternoon we walked to Empire State Building and after that up to Times Square.
Apart from this there is not that much more to say about the hotel. They have a laundry service, there are an internet option in the lobby (we didn’t try it out but we used The Log-on Café across the street from the hotel), and you can borrow an iron in the lobby if you need one.
We felt that we got what we expected and I think that the information on the hotel’s website thirtythirty-nyc.com is pretty accurate. We got a small, clean room in a hotel that didn’t have much more to offer than a pretty good location. But when we are on a big city holiday we are not really looking for a hotel with lots of amenities. After all most of the day and evening is spent sight-seeing anyway. I would not mind staying there again if we go to NYC in the future and I would not hestitate to recommend this hotel to other people.
Directions: Quite close to the subway station on Park Avenue and 28th Street, a few minutes walk from Empire State Building
NEVER BOOK HERE!
My friends and I arrived at the Thirty Thirty Hotel on a Thursday afternoon. We found ourselves in reception with many people around the desk, and we were hearing all kinds of horror stories, and they were turning guests who had booked rooms away. The reason was that a large group in the hotel wanted to stay a few more days... I do not think this is general hotel practice.... but what could we do. The manager was telling people that they should not book online, although the hotel had an online booking system... go figure....
We were told we had to go to another hotel, the Helmsley, which was a better hotel, but we were told we could stay there for one night, and then come back to the Thirty Thirty if we wanted, or stay at the Helmsley at the same rate as the Thirty Thirty if we desired.
Arriving at the Helmsley, we were told we could only stay one night, and that the Thirty Thirty hotel would regularly send guests there... so I think that overbooking is the norm at the Thirty Thirty..... keep away, this is not a good start to any visit.
The very nice manageress at the Helmsley then managed to let us stay there at the same rate as the Thirty Thirty all weekend...
Unique Quality: Management ***!
Directions: Near Empire State Building
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Hi, We are hoping to come to New York in October - Has anyone stayed at the Thirty Thirty Hotel? Thanks. Louise
Re: Thirty Thirty Hotel
I certainly have back in March this year. We had a really nice large room despite reading awful reviews of it before we went. I thought it was a great choice, good location - central for everything. Very modern rooms (you know lots of creams/beiges) and even a teddy on the bed! If you do get a pokey room ask to move as they do have large rooms.
We found a great restaurant too called the Messa Grill - not the cheapest but brilliant atmosphere, very sex in the city! Also a good mexican called 'Changoes'. You will need to do a Google search for numbers/addresses but I even booked the mexican one online before leaving England. Good idea if you are there over a weekend.
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