New York's Hotel Pennsylvania
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This large, tourist class hotel comprises 22 floors with a total of 1,700 double rooms. Guests may make use of the spacious foyer with a 24-hour reception desk, a currency exchange counter, a cloakroom, lifts and an Internet terminal. There is also a café, a kiosk, a number of shops, six restaurants with American specialities and a cosy bar to be taken advantage of. Those arriving by car may make use of the car park or garage facilities (additional fees apply).
Services and terms: New York's Hotel Pennsylvania
Standard Room Services
- Air Conditioning
- Satellite TV
- Business Centre
- Internet Centre
- People with reduced mobility access
- Non-smoker Rooms
Useful information: New York's Hotel Pennsylvania
Other names for New York's Hotel Pennsylvania:
Hotel Pennsylvania New York
Location: New York's Hotel Pennsylvania
As one of the five largest hotels in Manhattan, the property holds an impressive history and offers an excellent Midtown location directly opposite Madison Square Garden and Amtrak's Penn Station. The hotel was built in 1919 by the Pennsylvania Railroad and designed by the renowned firm of McKim, Mead and White, which also completed other landmark hotels in New York City such as Columbia University and the United States Post Office on 8th Avenue. The hotel's location on 7th Avenue at 33rd Street is also within walking distance of the business, entertainment and fashion districts, including Macy's, the Empire State Building, Times Square and the Jacob Javits Center. In fact, New York's Hotel Pennsylvania is central to many attractions and events30 kms to the airport (jfk). 16 kms to the airport (la guardia). 5 minute walk to the nearest metro station (1, 2, 3, a trains(34th street)). 1 km to the nearest station (pennsylvania r.r. st). 5 minute walk to the nearest bus stop. 1 km to the nearest fair site (jacob javits conv. center).
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Reviews: New York's Hotel Pennsylvania
5.2mouse in the roomcosta - Dec 5, 2016
it is what you expect after reading all the reviews. its best attribute is where it is in Manhattan. the place is full all the time so they don't really care what people write. the reception staff are very rude and there is always a cue at the reception. they want $20 a day for internet!!!!!!!!! in this day and age. if you want to leave luggage its $5 per piece. if you want late checkout its $95 until 3pm.
the hole place is very aged and tired. the room was big and the sheets clean. we had a mouse in our room! I told the guy on reception who did absolutory nothing about it, didn't even apologise about it. it. as the guy on reception was so rude we asked to speak with the manager. he offered to change our room but it was our last night so wasn't worth the fuss. a slight discount was given to the taxes and he was at least decent response and apologetic.
4.2FeedbackGajane - Nov 11, 2016
To dirty .. to noisy..
7.6Impresiones del hotel New York\'s PennsylvaniaTatiana - Oct 21, 2011
It\'s very well situated, just in front of Madison Square Garden, with subway and train stations very close, as well as all kind of shops.
The room was confortable, and the shower very good! and the basic simple room had tv, hair dryer and iron.
I was travelling alone and felt totally confortable and secure, though at first I do have to say I was impresed just by looking at the long passages full of doors.