Had a very good stay at Hilton Manhattan East hotel, the room was smaller than expected and the decor and bathroom suite could do with updating but the beds were comfortable and the room was very clean, we had a coffee machine and full size tv, hair dryer, iron and ironing board,free wifi and a safe in the room.We decided to try the breakfast in the hotel the first morning we were there, we had to pay for breakfast as we had booked ROOM ONLY but we did not expect to pay about £75 for 4 buffet breakfasts so that was the last time we had breakfast in the hotel.We found the location of the hotel very good , close to Central Station, Crysler building, shops and food outlets. All the doormen were friendly and always said hello. We needed to book transport from the hotel to the airport for 4 in the morning so we asked one of the doormen (Freddie) if he could arrange a suv to pick us up, he got on the phone straight away and booked it there and then no problem.We would definately stay here again and would recommend the hotel to anyone visiting Manhattan.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Formerly the Tudor Hotel, this Midtown historic boutique hotel was transformed and reopened in 2010 as the Hilton Midtown East. 300 Guest Rooms and Suites located on East 42nd St. Walking distance to Grand Central, Midtown and the United Nations. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hilton Manhattan East Hotel New York City
- Tudor Hotel United Nations
- Crowne Plaza United Nations
- Tudor Hotel New York City