by Whitney Rife
The Wyndham New Yorker Hotel houses more than 900 spacious, classic rooms and suites. All units are set above the 18th floor, providing stellar views of the city. Five different types of units feature HBO on flat-screen televisions and Wi-Fi with limited Broadband. Rooms are tastefully decorated with curtains and plush bedding. Suites provide mini-refrigerators and living rooms with pullout sofas. Cooper’s Tavern is a semi-formal dining room with American, locally-inspired dishes. Tick Tock Diner is a family favorite, with healthy meals and hours throughout the entire day and night. The diner also delivers food to the rooms. The hotel is set near Broadway, Macy’s, Madison Square Garden and the Theater District.
Our Editor Loves
- Midtown near Madison Square Garden
- Tick Tock Diner
- Suites with mini fridges and pullout sofas
Couldn’t fault the location of this hotel, next to Maddison Square Garden, Empire State and also the Subway. Only problem we had with the hotel was $5 to store luggage after check out and also a communication issue when I was advised an upgrade cost of $153 and it ended up being more which I had to pay which was $272 total
Just got back from New York. This was our first visit to New York and stayed at the New Yorker. This hotel is in a brilliant location to get out and about from. I went with a friend and asked for twin room. We were given a massive room with two double beds and two bathrooms. The room is very dated, but was spotlessly clean. The beds were very comfortable and we were provided with thick soft white towels. There are no tea or coffee making facilities in the room, which was slightly disappointing, but we did take our own travel kettle, which we used. They provide shampoo, conditioner and moisturiser, but no shower gel, which I found odd, as I would have preferred shower gel to moisturiser. John at hotel concierge was brilliant. He always had a smile and gave us directions and help getting to all the places we wanted to visit. Please use concierge, as their help with enhance your New York experience. If I visit New York again I would definitely use the New Yorker hotel