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We had a 3 night stay at row nyc, checking in was easy the man at the desk was lovely (I just can’t remember his name) it was very loud n busy, we got upgraded to a city view room, which was nice got some...More
We just come back on Tuesday evening from a 5 night stay at this hotel and we had a amazing time, me and my husband went for his birthday, we booked a standard room, this was tidy and clean and had a nice view on...More
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Response from ROW_NYC_Hotel, General Manager at Row NYC HotelResponded April 21, 2017
Thank you for the excellent review, Cheryl!
We're delighted your experience with us was so wonderful! We endeavor to make all of our guests feel welcome and relaxed during their time with us. It's fantastic our team could accommodate your needs and assist you in...More
This Hotel is an enigma: you must know what you want. This Hotel is location, location, location. The rooms are just fine as everything in NYC every bit of space is utilized. Rooms are conservative in space. if you get here and want to be...More
Very pleasant stay! The staff was really friendly! Special compliment to Junior, he was very helpful and kind with our checkout! The room wasn’t really big, but it was good for NYC, renovated and clean. The only complaint is regarding the elevators, the wait was...More
Tiniest room ever. Not even a soap holder in the shower (not enough room for one). No coffee or tea making facilities in the room. The safe either doesn’t work or the instructions are incomplete. Checkin is slow with a long queue every afternoon. Hardly...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit - spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's paradise where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.
I just got back from row and they put a hold of $150 then they slipped a bill of $86 the day we were checking out for use of WiFi and other things which we didn’t use, but we had that took off as a hotel worker came in to... More
I just got back from row and they put a hold of $150 then they slipped a bill of $86 the day we were checking out for use of WiFi and other things which we didn’t use, but we had that took off as a hotel worker came in to our room early hours of our first night saying we had to check out we weren’t happy
The location couldn't be better. Right in the middle of the theater district and a block from Times Square. It is on the Hop On/Hop Off bus route and the subway is a block away for exploring the rest of the city. Lots of... More
The location couldn't be better. Right in the middle of the theater district and a block from Times Square. It is on the Hop On/Hop Off bus route and the subway is a block away for exploring the rest of the city. Lots of cafes and reasonable restaurants nearby, as well such as Nathan's Famous Hot Dogs, Shake Shack Burgers, John's Pizza (don't miss!) and Junior's for cheesecake all within a block. And around Times Square is Planet Hollywood, Hard Rock Cafe, Bubba Gump, etc.
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"I was able to open the window all the way and it had no screen and I was on the 17th floor. I felt this was a..."