by Holly Rosen Fink
Club Quarters Hotels are known for their high level of comfort and value. The Club Quarters Hotel, Opposite Rockefeller Center has a prime location, just near Radio City Music Hotel, 5th Avenue shopping, St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Museum of Modern Art.
Rooms are comfortable and include free Wi-Fi, bottled water, hot drinks and use of computers. Additional amenities include access to the Terrace Club, the hotel’s restaurant and private Club Living Room that offers complimentary refreshments. Guestrooms feature premium bedding, custom duvets, flat- screen LCD televisions, iPod docking stations, workstations with task lighting and ergonomic chairs and coffee/tea makers. Additional amenities available upon request are ambient sound machines, air purifiers and humidifiers; “Sleep Better” kits with eye masks, aromatherapy and ear plugs; and in-room fitness equipment. Breakfast is not included.
The Terrace Club, a private club and restaurant located on the 7th floor, offers seasonal American fare for breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.. It also offers in-room dining options for families too tired to go out to eat. Or guests can order from a number of local restaurants, including View of the World Terrace Club.
Our Editor Loves
- Free Wi-Fi
- Proximity to midtown
- Complimentary refreshments
- Connecting Rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
by Carole N
Very well located, with a metro station within walking distance of the hotel.
The hotel reception members were really nice and really helpful. The room was clean and comfortable. A nice stay, I will come back with pleasure.
Arrived on 18th October for a week's stay in NY. Pre-paid for this through Hotels.com. On arrival, I gave my credit card to reception for check-in. At some point two days later I became aware that my credit card was now up to the limit. On making enquiries with my bank it turned out that despite having already paid £1,600 upfront, in full, for the room online, the hotel had placed a £3,000 charge against my card. Despite speaking to the reception, ringing the hotel, speaking to my bank, speaking to Hotels.com, emailing Radisson head office, emailing the hotel itself, the £3,000 is still 'pending' on my credit card three weeks later. When I spoke to reception in the first instance they told me it was because an incorrect 'code' had been placed against the room at check-in. How could such a simple mistake be this difficult to rectify, causing me so many problems and seems, even now, impossible to resolve?
This completely ruined my stay in New York as I couldn't spend any money whilst there and even worse, is still ongoing.