Loved this location, and the staff was excellent. It's main selling point is being by Central Park, and not too far away from Times Square and Broadway. Room amenities were good, not great. If you get a chance, try the sushi restaurant in the hotel, it is excellent.
Stayed here in mid-July for a quick getaway with a couple of girlfriends. We had booked a terrace room, but upon arrival were told that we had been upgraded and my goodness the upgraded room was far beyond our expectations. We had been placed into a two-floor penthouse room with two terraces, central park views, a steam shower, and a kitchenette. Needless to say my girlfriends and I are still talking about our stay at 6 Columbus! The location was also very convenient with good subway access and a liquor store across the street. Cannot recommend this place more highly!
Had avoided this hotel due to some reviews I read but the couldn’t have been more wrong. Clearly not a new hotel but kept up very nice. Amazing view from my terrace. Called down to ask for wine glasses and had them in less the 5. Bed was super comfortable and the steam shower was heavenly. Hallways are a little dark but love the color choice. I will stay here many more times!
1st impressions of this hotel was that it was nice, but totally not what we were sold at the travel agent (of course not the hotels fault). The hotel had actually upgraded us from double to king which was nice, but when we saw the room we were a bit disappointed. Alot smaller than the photos look and the windows dont open, we even had a sticker covering the window so we didnt actually have a view at all. Air con from outside was very loud especially during the night but we soon got used to it. Onto the pros, bedding seemed to be changed daily which is a massive bonus but we stayed during the Corona virus outbreak so not sure if they do this normally. Room tidied every day. Rooftop "bar" is a complete joke. It's hardly a rooftop at all its tiny and the roof wasnt opened. The rooftop and the downstairs bar both closed during our stay due to Corona virus. Did not get to try the downstairs bar so cannot commend but it looked nice enough. Front desk staff were lovely and friendly. The biggest plus for this hotel is the location-its perfect. Right opposite a shopping centre, star bucks next door one side and subway the other. Few mins walk to central park if that. Right by the subway which is super handy for sight seeing. All in all a nice stay just not as 'swanky' as we were sold and paid for. It was our first time in New York tho so maybe alot of the hotels are like this, small and dingey. We enjoyed our stay and due to location would probably stay here again. NYC was very quiet compared to normal so would love to come back to experience it, once the corona buggers off!!! …
I stayed here recently since I was meeting with a friend to go to the Museum of Natural History. The hotel is across the street from the 59th St subway station for the A/B/C/D trains (as well as Time Warner Center) and around the corner from Central Park. I arrived early and Franklin was super friendly and was able to get me checked in before 11! The hotel is newer, but you can tell that the building is a bit old. This doesn't bother me personally as this is pretty typical with NYC hotels, but definitely something to note.