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Full marks for managing the throngs of tourists and guests. Clean room, comfortable bed and quiet. Staff was accommodating and pleasant. While the room could’ve used a bit of updating, the positives outweigh the negatives easily.
First the good-room was clean, bed was comfortable and the soaps, shampoo & conditioner were super good. I even dug the classic style of the building and rooms. Sure it seems outdated, but it was still in good shape and had a old style luxury...More
The Wellington Hotel is located in a great area where you can walk uptown or downtown because you're pretty much in the middle of New York City. The hotel isn't fancy but it's clean and safe. Also It doesn't charge much per night that other...More
We stayed here for 2 nights in May 2018. The hotel is old but the room was decent enough. We had two beds and two bathrooms; it looked like they had taken two 1-bed/bath rooms and opened them up to create the two rooms into...More
I had booked a one room suite with kitchenette and seating area. The room given to us on first night did not have them. I came back again to reception after noticing and the receptionist was rude and disrespectful when I repeatedly told that the...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit the Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.
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To see the ball drop with the naked eye you will have to arrive early in the day and camp out, basically, just to save a spot in Times Square close enough to actually see the thing drop. The alternative is to go have a nice... More
To see the ball drop with the naked eye you will have to arrive early in the day and camp out, basically, just to save a spot in Times Square close enough to actually see the thing drop. The alternative is to go have a nice meal somewhere and when midnight is approaching, try to squeeze in as close as you can while trying not to offend hundreds of thousands of other people who are trying to do the same thing.
If you can just be happy not stressing about being close, it can be enjoyable to be in the crush of people celebrating the year gone by and making New Year’s resolutions with a loved one in what will be a joyous, very loud crowd.