The ease of check in & out was great and the staff members (front desk, security, maids, restaurant) were very helpful and courteous. The room had limited outlets for our young adults to charge their phones, a coffee maker & fridge would have been nice as well, no locking door or exhaust fan in the ...
It was a beautiful hotel. rooms were MUCH smaller than I had anticipated, which wasn't too big of a shock and wasn't an issue. Staff was very helpful
Great location, we could walk to restaurants, several museums, and Central Park. Subway was a block away but we didn’t actually need to use it. Family suite was roomy, our family of 6 was very comfortable. Valet service was convenient; on our last day we checked out and left our bags at the desk ...
Great location, near central park. My only complaint is how dark the lighting was in the rooms.
Excellent location, very hot in the lobby, bath/shower could use an update. Loved the bed, Keurig machine in the room, toiletries, hair dryer, and iron. Was not informed of the destination fee ($20/night) before they charged my credit card. Obviously that changes the advertised price and should be ...
Location, location, location. Across the street from the Natural History Museum, directly across Central Park from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Frick, and Neue Galerie, one block from the Subway, you can’t beat the Excelsior for convenience.
The location of this property was fantastic to be able to walk and sight see in NYC.! The staff was kind and very helpful. The front desk man who checked us in gave us an upgrade !! THANK YOU!!!
To a person, everyone we dealt with at the Empire was wonderful to deal with. They went out of their way to make our stay a great experience.
Well situated within walking distance of Central Park and the theatre district/Broadway. An older hotel but well maintained.
Perhaps no park in the United States is better known than Central Park in New York City. The park encompasses more than 843 acres and welcomes millions of visitors every year. Directly across the street from Central Park is one of the oldest and largest museums in the nation, the American Museum of Natural History. The area is surrounded by dozens of hotels in New York. When exploring Upper Manhattan, you can stay at one of the numerous cheap hotels close to the American Museum of Natural History.
The American Museum of Natural History was founded in 1869 and has been expanded numerous times since then. It now includes 27 interconnected, and is home to more than 50 permanent and temporary exhibits that explore human origins, the past and present natural world, and the universe. The museum is also home to a state-of-the-art planetarium and a large library. The museum offers several interactive tours, including the Dino Tour, Earth and Space Tour, and the popular Night at the Museum Tour, which highlights areas where the famous movie was made. Children aged 6 to 13 can even participate in one of the overnight camps held on various nights throughout the year. Special IMAX and 3D movies are shown on a daily basis. When visiting Upper Manhattan, it's a good idea to book your stay at one the hotels near American Museum of Natural History.
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