130 W 46th St, New York, NY | Directions 1003640.7579524 -73.9836075
Neighborhoods: Midtown, Theater District - Times Square
Boutique Hotel – This hotel is in the middle of anywhere you need to get to in the city. It's a small boutique hotel, which is very trendy and cute. The rooms are spacious, with beautiful clean bathrooms (which always are important factors in a Hotel Room). It's close to Times Square, which means near all transit. Even though I've stayed there in the Winter, when I was inside, I always felt like I was in a South Beach little Hotel...
An aptly-named hotel for theater junkies in the heart of Times Square. – The Scene
For fans of Broadway, this hotel is centrally located in the former Leavitt Building. The triple-arched brick and limestone facade has been dramatically renovated, and an additional five new floors bring the guest room number to 200. The theater tie-in continues in the hotel's David Rockwell-designed American brasserie, District, which features a woven stainless steel curtain drawn up to one side as if opening onto a stage.
Commissioned artwork reflecting theater and dance hangs in the guest rooms. Accommodations are lavishly adorned with European linens, featherbeds and duvets, and come with robes, L'Occitane bath products, high-speed Internet access and multi-line cordless phones with data ports. In-house spa services and a fitness center are among the extras.
Excellent! Excellent! Excellent – Bravo! I can't say enough fabulous things about this hotel and my stay here. I loved my room, and the shampoos: "L'Occitane" brand which is an upgrade from the "Philosophy" products they used to use. No skimping on hotel shampoos here! "L'Occitane" is very expensive and you can only buy it at their store or Bergdorf's. Staff was perfect, the BEST cocktails in the city, and food was pretty interesting as well. I liked the mini hamburgers. Don't forget an in room massage too.
Spacious and Gracious – Just returned from 4 nights at The Muse and everything was perfect. The room was spacious and well-appointed, the staff (all of them) were exceptionally friendly and professional and the air-conditioning was COLD (important in July). Each evening not only was the bed turned down when we returned from the theater, but the ice bucket was full and there were fresh towels. Our room was quiet (on the 12th floor) and the NYT was outside our door, even on Sunday. I signed up for e-mail specials at the Hotel web site and got a great rate that way.
New Years Gem – Spent three nights over New Years...of course cant beat the location one block from Times Square.Beatifully decorated rooms and common areas.We were checked in within 2 minutes.For quiet rooms,ask for a room away from 46th street as the windows are not well insulated for street noise.Difficult getting city cabs in front of hotel which requires you to reserve car service to the airports.This is reliable,but you will pay more.Would def. return to this hotel.
Next time a little longer – My wife and I had the pleasure of staying at this hotel last weekend I compliment them on the high standards set by the hotel and staff. Even before the end of the first day my wife had already decided we should return for a longer stay as soon as time allows
Amenities to Die For! – The lobby? Cozy and Stylish. The bar? Classy. Service? Perfect. The rooms? Spotlessly clean and modern- beautiful. But what about the stay did I remeber the most? The huge bar of luxurious oatmeal soap and the "personality" brand shampoo and conditioners. Seriously among the best hotel amenities I've ever used.
Fantastic hotel in a great location, will DEFINITELY visit again.
A Good One – Quite enjoyed my three nights, two days. My only concern was with a minibar charge that was handled quickly and to my satisfaction. Good people, comfortable room, great soap.
DAUGHTERS FIRST VISIT – WHAT A WONDERFUL HOTEL !!!! EVERYONE WAS EXTREMELY HELPFUL AND HAPPY. WE STAYED 5 DAYS AND THIS HOTEL WAS A HOME AWAY FROM HOME!!! GREAT EXPERIENCE!!!! I WILL DEFINATELY STAY AGAIN.
A Far Cry from the Others – Best period I stayed in, in years. Previously I have been at Royalton, 60 Thompson, Chambers. Service and staff were exceptional. I asked if I could have jacket pressed - midday and a manager simply took it off my back and told me he would return if 10 minutes. He was back in 5 and I got a free cup of coffee while I waited. Food/bar is quality and the rooms are bigger than the hotels I've already mentioned.
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