One Un New York

★★★★★

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I really liked this hotel. I have stayed at the Grand Hyatt, Roosevelt and Roger Smith. This is by far my most preferred New York City hotel. It is directly across from the United Nations. I had an amazing view of the Hudson riverfront from my room on the 32nd floor. I hear the rooms on the other side of the hotel provide an amazing view of the Empire State Building. I lucked out and got a corner unit, so my room was very spacious for a New York hotel.

The decor was contemporary and in good shape. The bed was very comfortable. The room had wall-to-wall windows. The bathroom was spacious, clean, updated and in good condition. And, the room was very quiet! I only ate once at the Ambassador Restaurant in the lobby - a la carte breakfast. I had no complaints...The service was attentive. There are quite a few other restaurants on the same block as the hotel - I noticed an upscale bar & grill and Mexican restaurant that I would have dined at if I had more time.

The lobby is pretty - they use a prism theme that is executed in the ceiling and accent spots - but it's small. The restaurant is really the only feature of the lobby besides the front desk and concierge. The workout room is very small but it has nice views and offers a diverse range of machines and equipment. Lastly, I found the staff at the hotel to be pretty attentive and polite. The second day I did return to find that my room reeked of cigarette smoke - not sure if that was the maid or someone next door. However, the staff was very good about bringing in an ionizer to remove the smell.

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★★★★☆

I really liked this hotel. I have stayed at the Grand Hyatt, Roosevelt and Roger Smith. This is by far my most preferred New York City hotel. It is directly across from the United Nations. I had an amazing view of the Hudson riverfront from my room on the 32nd floor. I hear the rooms on the other side of the hotel provide an amazing view of the Empire State Building. I lucked out and got a corner unit, so my room was very spacious for a New York hotel.

The decor was contemporary and in good shape. The bed was very comfortable. The room had wall-to-wall windows. The bathroom was spacious, clean, updated and in good condition. And, the room was very quiet! I only ate once at the Ambassador Restaurant in the lobby - a la carte breakfast. I had no complaints...The service was attentive. There are quite a few other restaurants on the same block as the hotel - I noticed an upscale bar & grill and Mexican restaurant that I would have dined at if I had more time.

The lobby is pretty - they use a prism theme that is executed in the ceiling and accent spots - but it's small. The restaurant is really the only feature of the lobby besides the front desk and concierge. The workout room is very small but it has nice views and offers a diverse range of machines and equipment. Lastly, I found the staff at the hotel to be pretty attentive and polite. The second day I did return to find that my room reeked of cigarette smoke - not sure if that was the maid or someone next door. However, the staff was very good about bringing in an ionizer to remove the smell.

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Although the hotel is beautifully decorated, surprisingly, the overall service was less than average. Considering this is the UN's hotel, I expected better service and more cooperation from the night front desk staff. At check-in, our rooms that were booked 3 months in advance, were sold (?). We were finally accommodated due to the hotels mixup, however, the one room had a foul mildew odor, as if the carpet had been shampooed and not aired out. After complaining to the night manager for about 30- 45 mins, the last room was upgraded to a suite. It was a very undelightful and unaccommodating experience.

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★★★☆☆

Although the hotel is beautifully decorated, surprisingly, the overall service was less than average. Considering this is the UN's hotel, I expected better service and more cooperation from the night front desk staff. At check-in, our rooms that were booked 3 months in advance, were sold (?). We were finally accommodated due to the hotels mixup, however, the one room had a foul mildew odor, as if the carpet had been shampooed and not aired out. After complaining to the night manager for about 30- 45 mins, the last room was upgraded to a suite. It was a very undelightful and unaccommodating experience.

Pros: Beautifully decorated, good views

Cons: Poor Service

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The rooms are probably some of the largest standard rooms in Manhattan, but much less $ b/c it's midtown east instead of midtown. The rooms are also quite nice and have fabulous views. Because the hotel is up so high- you also won't be bothered by street noise. Service from the staff was great, food from room service was very good, the pool/gym area is nice and has great views, I liked the lobby, and security is very good in that part of town b/c you are right next to the UN. You are also still very close to all the midtown stuff to do. The beds could be better and I wish I could get cell phone service in my room, but for the amazing room rates, I'm not complaining. I'd definitely stay here again!

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★★★★★

The rooms are probably some of the largest standard rooms in Manhattan, but much less $ b/c it's midtown east instead of midtown. The rooms are also quite nice and have fabulous views. Because the hotel is up so high- you also won't be bothered by street noise. Service from the staff was great, food from room service was very good, the pool/gym area is nice and has great views, I liked the lobby, and security is very good in that part of town b/c you are right next to the UN. You are also still very close to all the midtown stuff to do. The beds could be better and I wish I could get cell phone service in my room, but for the amazing room rates, I'm not complaining. I'd definitely stay here again!

Pros: Room Size, Room Rates, Views

Cons: Bed Firmness, Cell Phone Coverage

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I loved the Millenium hotel! I was really impressed with the quality of the service, and I the spa and pool area was breathtaking! Located on the 27th floor, the windows go from floor to ceiling with a completely unobstructed view of the city and the river! I loved the spa services - I particularly enjoyed the reflexology. I had never experienced it before, and it was awesome! The woman that performed the service - Rose - was such a pleasure, as was all of the staff! I would definitely recommend just going up to the spa just for the day to get your feet done!

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★★★★★

I loved the Millenium hotel! I was really impressed with the quality of the service, and I the spa and pool area was breathtaking! Located on the 27th floor, the windows go from floor to ceiling with a completely unobstructed view of the city and the river! I loved the spa services - I particularly enjoyed the reflexology. I had never experienced it before, and it was awesome! The woman that performed the service - Rose - was such a pleasure, as was all of the staff! I would definitely recommend just going up to the spa just for the day to get your feet done!

Pros: Centrally located, Great Service

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My room offered perhaps the best view of NYC I've ever had from a hotel room (rooms don't start until the 27th floor). The room was fairly large, modern and nicely appointed and the staff was very accomodating. Didn't get to experience the food, and some may not like the east side location, but the great pool, exercise club and tennis courts make this hotel an easy choice.

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★★★★★

My room offered perhaps the best view of NYC I've ever had from a hotel room (rooms don't start until the 27th floor). The room was fairly large, modern and nicely appointed and the staff was very accomodating. Didn't get to experience the food, and some may not like the east side location, but the great pool, exercise club and tennis courts make this hotel an easy choice.

Pros: views of the city, modern rooms, nice area

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Absolutly Fabulous. My wife and I were traveling to NY for our 20Th wedding anniversary from UK. Best prices I could find on the web was $240 per night. Hotel gave me $149. Excelent room. Large, clean, well decorated, safe (also safe provided), large bed, fax, great bathroom, all extras (iron, hairdryer, cable tv, kitchen?, mini bar, fridge). Unbeliveable view. 39th floor, facing west, framed in our window, Crysler Building, Empire State, 4 Times Sq. Didn't even have time to vist the swimming pool, sauna. Freindly professional staff. Organised Limo to & from airport. Luxury car to Jersy shopping (not fav part). traveled once b4 to the States (Huston, Cleavland, Philly, NY) Never have I had such care and professionalism. From the Barman at the cocktail Bar to the lovely Anna at reception.

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★★★★★

Absolutly Fabulous. My wife and I were traveling to NY for our 20Th wedding anniversary from UK. Best prices I could find on the web was $240 per night. Hotel gave me $149. Excelent room. Large, clean, well decorated, safe (also safe provided), large bed, fax, great bathroom, all extras (iron, hairdryer, cable tv, kitchen?, mini bar, fridge). Unbeliveable view. 39th floor, facing west, framed in our window, Crysler Building, Empire State, 4 Times Sq. Didn't even have time to vist the swimming pool, sauna. Freindly professional staff. Organised Limo to & from airport. Luxury car to Jersy shopping (not fav part). traveled once b4 to the States (Huston, Cleavland, Philly, NY) Never have I had such care and professionalism. From the Barman at the cocktail Bar to the lovely Anna at reception.

Pros: service, views, quality

Cons: expensive restaraunt

 

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