of TripAdvisor Travelers recommend this hotel
The Manhattan Club was very nice! Beautiful view, close to everything. Very clean. The staff was amazing! Every restaurant the concierge recommended was amazing. The only thing I didn't like was the breakfast at the hotel. I would recommend going to one of the nearby cafes.
"Good Location, Good Price,"
Not great and very good is the best summary of all this hotel has to offer. I suspect all of the accommodations have not been renovated as our "suite" most assuredly was not. Very worn paint, carpet, worn out small sofa. However, compared to some other hotel rooms in NYC (e.g. Hudson!) I have experienced this "suite" was spacious. Most of our complaints centered around small items so easy to fix I can only wonder at why they remain trouble spots: no chair in the room for sitting at the desk, no soap dish in the bathroom at the sink, and no where to store shampoo and soap, etc. inside the shower. The top floor lounge is serviced by the most charming and amenable female attendant. We like to walk in NYC and, for us, this hotel is within easy walking distance to the theaters, central park and several of our favorite restaurants. Also, many food choices within several blocks. Their top floor business center is efficient with working printers for your airline boarding passes. Also, we had a special needs request of the management that was easily and graciously fulfilled. For midtown Manhattan this hotel is a very good choice.
"Worth the money"
Warm welcome from the receptionist which was very friendly. Nice hotel, clean rooms, very well situated in NY. A bit disappointed by the breakfast as you have a limited choice of products even if you pay.
"Out 17th visit"
This is my first review of TMC in the 17 years I have stayed here, first night was on 9/8/2000, according to my personal journal. The experience has been consistent over the years. The location is convenient, the rooms very spacious. We always take a room with two full baths, a definite selling point over the usual room at nearby hotels at maybe twice the price. With a suite format, the living lounge and associated kitchenette let you spread out. Over the years the suites have been upgraded with good wifi, flat screen TVs, new bath vanities. The king bed is COMFORTABLE. You can hear some street noise, depending on the room, but we have never been disturbed with sounds from the hallway or elevator. The 26th floor lounge and the business center are upgraded and attractive. If you have endless money, you can always buy more elegance and similar space. But for us normal people, TMC is a great place to stay in New York.
"Our Review of The Manhattan Club"
REVIEW OF THE MANHATTAN CLUB, 3/24/17 We are ending our five night stay at The Manhattan Club in NYC tonight. Sometimes it is the little things that can add up to a bad taste, and you find yourself just looking at everything. This hotel is not elegance, it's just old. It starts with the old, ineffective HVAC system that reminds one of a Motel 8. Then it goes to the old plumbing fixtures, then to the miniature golf-thin, worn room “carpet.” It doesn’t stop there. There is an old and worn, fold out couch that we luckily did not have to fold out. The sheets on the marginally “queen size bed” are literally so rough that they caused the psoriasis on my wife’s legs to bleed. The thread count is too low to count. There is no exhaust fan in the bathroom. One day we had to go without wash cloths. Said they ran out. Ran out for 24 hours! Something else we had to go without - There was one cable channel that was blacked out for 4 of the 5 nights. It is back on our last night. Curious that it was only one channel, Fox News Channel. We called the front desk each day; even tried to talk to a manager, but he/she refused the call. We were told that they don’t have any control over it. Their provider is RCN, and their calls to them have not produced results Now, I am just one residential customer with Spectrum at home, and any tech problem is handled in 24 hours on just my call; yet a huge hotel has no pull' Not buying it. We even walked to FNC to inform them yesterday that their channel was being blacked out at an entire hotel. Interestingly enough, it was back on tonight. Last, we come to the joke of a “breakfast” offered for sale at the hotel. A continental breakfast for $20 and you can eat it there, or select 4 items for $13, that I painfully learned, that you “must” leave the area to consume. Take it back to your small, European size room that has no table or chair to sit and eat! Folks, we are talking about the small, packaged style cereal, some pastries, juice and coffee. Yeah, I know, this is NYC, but I also know that our friends stayed at a hotel up the street that provided a free breakfast that included all that plus eggs and all the meats. The way in which I was told that if I chose the pick 4, I must leave, was just unacceptable. I had my Kindle and I just wanted to read and take my 4 little morsels to a table. So, yes, it is the little things that can add up quickly to a decision to never go back to a place. I feel we wasted our points on this place and would recommend that Bluegreen rethink what originally seemed like a good opportunity for its owners. If BG continues to offer, it should come with some disclosures, so that folks are not blindsided and disappointed. Lower the expectations; it is not all that it is advertised to be.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: American Express - Visa - MasterCard - Discover
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM