Reviewed 8 February, 2021
She went above and beyond to help me with my reservations. My first time going solo to NYC and she made sure hotel reservations was covered and all concerns were discussed. My reservation started out a bit confusing due to an event I was attending at the hotel. After her research and time she got it squared away.
Reviewed 13 May, 2019
Location is good but the hotel is very overpriced. and the rooms need a complete revamp. We paid over $300 per night for 5 nights for a room for two adults and one child (with no breakfast!). On leaving they added a $29 “facility fee” for each night. I questioned this and they said I would have been told this when checking in. I was not. I said we never used the facilities and was told at the reception that it was a “tax”. I asked for the manager who said it was a “mandatory change”. The “facility fee” is apparently for the fitness centre, business centre, internet access and phone calls (which I was told were “free” on checking in!). This is a complete rip-off. The hotel are fleecing people. My final bill came to $1,965!!! Never again. Be warned!
Reviewed 3 March, 2019
We stayed at the New Yorker in ny
The check in was very easy and people are very nice
The location is great right across from msg
Went to the rangers game
Very short walk to time sq
The rooms are small so when asked for view or bigger room go bigger room
They could use new beds your bed was tough to sleep in it sank in the middle
The bathroom was ok no locks on the bathroom door
The place was very clean and I would stay there again
Parking is expensive if u can fun lot near for less take it
And they charge u 29$ faculties fee for what I have no idear
The 24/ 7. Tic toc restaurant was very good and price was good
It's a nice hotel but I wouldn't pay much more then 200 a night
Reviewed 8 February, 2019
Fabulous design hotel.
clean, comfortable, welcoming atmosphere,
generous breakfast buffet.
Super comfortable beds. Fun interaction with helpful hotel staff,
Ideal location, just short taxi journey to fairgrounds, enjoyed a flammkuchen (thin based pizzas) in the hotel bar after our hard day.
A much appreciated complimentary bottle water in my room,
definitely stay again.
A design hotel in a former industrial neighbourhood
Reviewed 23 June, 2018
The New Yorker hotel is a design establishment located in a former industrial zone of Deutz, and close to the Rhine River and the Kölner Messe. The New Yorker claims to be an urban refuge, inviting and full of spirit.
The neighbourhood is uninspiring, to say the least. The centre of Köln is at a 16 minutes walking distance.
The hotel offers 40 rooms, a library, a garden, a Wintergarten for breakfast and business meeting rooms. It radiates living-with-an-iPhone and is operated as a cash-cow. Staffs are friendly.
Our room was small, adequately furnished and decorated, with TV on the wall, wardrobe, an OK double bed, balcony, and a small separate bathroom with washbasin, toilet & shower. All was clean. No coffee & tea making facility in the room.
Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet and free parking in front of the door. The hotel serves an OK breakfast buffet. With €36 for 2, the breakfast is overpriced.
If you like to stay in a modern urban accommodation in a former industrial zone quite far from the centre, this is the place for you. Otherwise seek elsewhere.