Le Parker Meridien New York is located in Manhattan, steps from the 57th Street subway station and 2 blocks from Central Park. It is within a 5-minute walk to Carnegie Hall, Rockefeller Center, and Broadway. Nearby points of interest also include Museum of Modern Art and Ed Sullivan Theater.
On ne peut pas parler d'un hotel avec vue sur Central Park quand seules les chambre des derniers étages et la piscine ont vue sur le parc. Sinon tout était très bien.Comment of T. Guillaume , France the 2014-08-19
"Amazing Amazing Amazing!!!"
The location is awesome, one of the best burger joints in New York right through the check in lobby (know your order before you reach the counter or you may be sent to the back of the line), fabulous heated pool on top floor...what a view! The staff was punctual and always exceeded our expectations...we'll stay again and again!!! Thanks Parker Meridien for a wonderful vacation!
Great bell service and phenomenal sleep quality despite the location was a pleasant surprise. Love the lobby vibe and the hidden burger joint just past the curtains was a great gimmick! Very sleek and classic.
Close to everything...Carnegie Hall is almost next store... plenty of restaurants plus the famous burger place in the lobby...rooms are spacious...can be very busy at times...walk to Broadway theatres...near subway..enjoy as we did
"A favorite iN NYC, especially for family"
Parker Meridian is an excellent hotel from many angles. Especially good for family visits, having done that about 7 times. Excellent location, comfortable rooms, excellent service. The Junior Suites are particularly good with two kids, because the room is divided into two sections with a pull out sofa bed for the kids - offering reasonable space and privacy for all. Norma's and The Burger Joint are great food spots for the family. They are experiences. Don't forget the indoor swimming pool on the Penthouse level, overlooking Central Park. You'll get plenty of style points from the kids.
"Waiters with no table manners, no education in hospitality"
I often go to Le Parker Meridian for conferences but their quality has decreased or no existent. For example, when conference participants were eating lunch with knives and forks crossed to show they are still working on plates, the waiters persistently tried to take the dishes or asked if they could take the plates , I said no, still working, yet a few minutes later, they did the same. so I told one of them about the table manners and what it means to cross a knife and fork, and he got upset and gave me an attitude. This happens quite often and they have no idea about the table manners. The hotel should know that non-Americans (especially Europeans) care about this and they always complained about this. This is really a bad bad business practice and I'm even embarrassed that this is the service a 4-star hotel in NYC has to offer. Customers are not pigs to feed. Stop interrupting good times with your ignorance. But in their defense, Waldorf was no different so it seems like this is the standard of "luxury" now.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM
Please note that a facility fee is payable direct to the hotel upon arrival (16.31$). the fees are subject to change.