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
"Beautiful Hotel with the worst customer service I have ever experienced"
The hotel was beautiful and well located but the customer service was unacceptable. There were multiple miscommunications with regard to my reservation. I understand that completely, but rolling your eyes at me, questioning the need to speak to a manager (to attempt to resolve one of the miscommunications) and just generally approaching customer service in a confrontational manner is unacceptable. While it is indeed beautiful and well located, I would spend $100 more a night to never have that customer service experience again.
"Great view and brilliant location"
My Husband and I visited New York for the 2nd time to celebrate our 15th Wedding Anniversary. We chose this hotel because of it's location and proximity to Central Park. We advised the hotel that we would be celebrating our wedding anniversary whilst staying there. When we arrived at the hotel (5 mins before check in time), our room wasn't ready, they told us they would call us when it was, this was some 45minutes later. The receptionist teased us with the possibility of a room upgrade, it didn't happen. The room itself was a little disappointing. We had a view of the park, which was simply stunning, particularly as we were on floor 38/42, but they clearly compromise the size of the rooms for the view. There was hardly any drawer storage, the wardrobe was built in to the wall but had a curtain as a door! Surely a luxury hotel can offer a wardrobe with proper closing doors' The safe is located in said wardrobe and not even attached to the wall! The mini bar isn't a fridge, it's a cupboard offering you treats of wine, beer and chocolate, all of which are warm! And expensive at that! We never bothered having anything from it because of the fact it wasn't chilled. My Husband had arranged for a bottle of fizz and a bowl of fruit on arrival, both of which were lovely and then followed up with another bowl of fruit and a bottle of still water, compliments of the hotel for our Anniversary, which was a nice touch. For reasons that we don't understand, house keeping decided to take the uneaten, yet still perfectly edible fruit away on the 3rd out of our 5 day stay. It was replaced quickly after we reported it to reception. Whist the room was small and very basic, it was immaculately clean as was the bathroom. With regards to the rest of the hotel, the swimming pool on the top floor offers a view to die for and is definitely worth a visit. The lifts have non-stop films showing, but the corridors are quite dark and could do with some better lighting. The staff were polite and attentive and always happy to help with any issues/requests etc. We did enjoy our stay at the hotel, with the view we had, it would be hard not to, however we would not stay there again nor would we recommend it. There are plenty of other hotels in the vicinity that offer the same view and accessibility to some of the most visited parts of Manhattan which probably offer a bit more in the way of luxury, which we felt Le Parker Meridien lacked.
Great location, and fantastic perks of getting takeout/room service from burger bar. Also had brunch at Norma's which was great. The rooms are in need of renovation, and the bed was surprisingly uncomfortable. Average value for price.
"Location location location "
This is why we selected this Starwood property. Excellent proximity to Central Park, 6th ave, TimesSq, Madison Ave and Radio City. Safe area as well. Property was better than most reviews I had read. I'm pretty tough on hotels and the rooms we had (5th floor) were very clean, nice furnishings and toiletries. Service was outstanding all around! Kudos to concierge who set us up with last minute helicopter experience - incredible. Pricey but I think for a special 3-day weekend - you can justify it!
"Good hotel in convenient location"
This is a good hotel and meets every requirement for a 4 star hotel. Given how expensive it is, however, I would say that it's only worth staying here if the location is particularly important for your visit. It's near Carnegie Hall, Central Park, Times Square, Hells Kitchen and the subway - which was very convenient. The room and facilities were nice, but it was perhaps a bit of a characterless place. I wouldn't recommend it for a romatic trip as a couple!
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