Beautiful hotel and I can imagine FDR staying there in the 1930's! The foyer is grand and the rooms are spacious, especially for the great location. The bed was extremely comfy with lovely pillows and duvet, good large TV and hot showers. The downsides of the hotel are; old sash windows that let in all the noisy traffic, noisy old air con/heating units, no mini bar in the room, no fridge, no kettle. The bathroom was spacious but tired, cracked floor tiles - but I suppose a modern sleek hotel would not have the character. Drinks in the bar are expensive, so just have the one! We also had an annoying problem of the key cards not working and numerous trips back down to reception for re-sets. The hotel is opposite Central Station, excellent for the subway to get around for only $2.50 eachway. The food court in Central Station is also great for breakfast or lunch, instead of paying hotel prices.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For a classic New York City hotel experience with the finest contemporary amenities, The Roosevelt Hotel offers 1,015 newly renovated guestrooms and suites. Opened in 1924 at the height of the Jazz Age, the "Grand Dame of Madison Avenue" continues to impress guests in its prime location in midtown Manhattan. The Roosevelt is the perfect combination of classical and modern creating a relaxing ambience in the city that never sleeps. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Roosevelt Hotel New York City
- Roosevelt Hotel Nyc