by Whitney Rife
The Time may look like another New York building on the outside, but inside it is a chic, dynamic hotel with modern rooms. Rich colors compliment dark wood furniture in luxurious units. Rooms feature plasma televisions, Bose sound systems, minibars and Ghilchrist & Soames bath products. Serafina Restaurant serves Northern Italian cuisine and 18-hour room service is available. In the heart of Midtown, The Time is only a few blocks from Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall.
Our Editor Loves
- Serafina Restaurant
- Location near Times Square
- Complimentary New York Times
There is a lot positive to say about this hotel, the room is nice , modern and clean . But fairly noicy from the lift right up to our wall , and from A/C just outside the window , but the nice lady gave us a upgrade , thanks a lot
Afternoon there is cheese and wine , nice after a long day in the city
Breakfast is a little simple , but nice and cheap compare to other places in NYC
Location is very central , just next to Time Square, nice but for us a little to central and a to much people - but off course this is part of location
Nice and modern place
by L H
Small room, low bed with poorly-fitting bedding, squishy pillows with poor support. Cramped bathroom; showerstall (loose drain grate, relatively low water pressure), toiletries, hairdryer, robe/no slippers. Small free-standing cabinet w/ hangers/loaner umbrella, no dresser. TV screen is contained within room mirror attached to wall (perpendicular to bed). Mini fridge, no coffee maker/kettle, poor cable channel selection, adequate Wi-Fi. Not much natural light with no-view window. Decent temperature control with user-friendly thermostat. Mandatory daily ~$26 amenity fee is not appreciated.