Was attending a conference for three days. At the time, travelzoo was advertising a midweek special for $175/night (which was cheaper than the conference rate at the Marriott). Great deal for a decent room and fantastic location. I would rated this a 4 except for the fact the hotel (without telling me) put a $900 hold on my credit card which affected other portions of the trip.
Reception area is dark marble and gold (classic). Lobby bar is decent although very little lobby seating other than the bar (and those couches are quite worn). We had a room on the 17th floor on the south side of the building. Peekaboo view of the Times Square ball but other than that, just looking at the building across the street.
Bedding was linens and a single duvet (extra blankets/pillows in the closet). Bed was *very* firm (to the point of affecting my sleep). I usually find firm beds comfortable but not this one. Room was stuffy when we arrived and air conditioning was very slow to cool so every night when we got back to the room, we would open the windows for about half an hour (and it was in the 40s outside so that tells you how stuffy it was).
For manhattan, room had a good amount of space. TV was awkwardly placed so it could only be seen well from one bed. Furnishings were all in good shape and the bathroom was decent sized with a nice long counter. No outlets on the nightstand lamp, only easily accessible outlets were on the desk lamp (always a pet peeve of mine....I shouldn't have to get up out of bed to answer my phone while it's charging).
Staff were various levels of friendly but mostly appropriate (except for two housekeeping staff who couldn't bother with a 'good morning' and spent several minutes complaining to each other about the number of rooms they were assigned...you're in the hospitality industry, keep it in the break room).
The location is FANTASTIC. Half a block from Times Square and block from the Times Square subway stop (which must have a dozen lines....very convenient location). Two nights we headed over to TKTS to get show tickets. Spent one afternoon at the 9/11 memorial (weekday during the winter you don't need the advance tickets...we just showed up and they had tickets available). Another afternoon @ Chelsea market and walked the Highline.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- New York is the city that never sleeps. In the center of it all, Millennium Broadway Hotel New York is located in the heart of Times Square giving guests a front row seat to all of the endless action and constant excitement. We cater to both leisure and business travelers and is why we are preferred choice for a New York City hotel. We boast a welcoming, multi-lingual cast and crew, 626 thoughtfully appointed rooms, a 24/7 fitness center and complimentary Wi-Fi. In addition, our meeting and event facilities are second to none. Featuring 64,000 sq ft (5,945 sq m) of flexible meeting space, we are the only hotel in the city accredited by the International Association of Conference Centers. Discover our world and experience an iconic visit to NYC. ... more less
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