The Mark is located in the heart of Manhattan’s most elegant part, just one block from Central Park.
We really love this place! It's in the upper price range, sure, but it's worth it when compared to others in its class. Clean and quiet rooms with all the expected appointments. Near Central Park but in a significantly more peaceful area than around 59th. Subway and bus lines conveniently nearby. And about a 10-15 minute walk to the Met and Museum of Natural History.
"Ten great days"
I stayed at the Mark with my two daughters!!! We had a great time in two excellent rooms. The service was perfect very nice bathrooms with excellent showers. The maids and the cleaning very good. People at the front desk willing to help us in everything we needed I remember Kevin of great help and the general manager Mr Angel Mejía ,I also want to name the concierge staff,all of them were very good. The restaurant very good and breakfast the same. Room service the food wasn't so good. This is my hotel in New York,nice people and very well located!!! Congratulations!!!
"Great Upper East Side Property Close to the Met Museum"
We came here from staying at a lovely small hotel in the Tribeca area to finish up our week stay in New York City. Traffic is horrible and it takes about 45 minutes during the day to get via taxi, Uber or Lyft from Tribeca to the MOMA, so the change in venue made for easier access to uptown entertainments. The Metropolitan Museum of Art is a few blocks away and Fifth Avenue and Central Park are just steps from the hotel door. The room was adequate: a large king sized bed, a small round table with chairs, a bureau with a smallish television and three closets with the usual amenities. But there were other amenities: Sub Zero refrigerator and freezer drawers so the ice we called for on our arrival kept frozen throughout our three day stay. Complementary Fiji bottled still water and Pelligrino fizzy water were provided when we arrived and Evian was given at night at turn down. The bathroom was huge with a monstrous soaking tub and a large walk in shower with such great water pressure that both the shower fixture and the hand held could be operated at full blast at the same time. Double sinks. Only drawback: the toilet is located across from the shower door and not in a separate enclosure. Our Madison Avenue facing room was very quiet and the climate control system was excellent. The hotel restaurant is operated by Jean-George Vongerichten and serves good breakfasts and excellent dinners (although the meat dishes skew to the grilled variety), with a very good wine list. Service was excellent and exceedingly friendly.
"Rooms are poor value for money - hotel is great though"
The hotel is probably one of the trendiest and most "upper east side" style in NYC. Everybody from the doormen, the reception desk staff, the concierge desk or the servers is top notch, friendly, helpful and really professional. The interior design is really interesting, with a 70s feeling that is really well made. The bar is particularly cute, as it is small, but the bartenders are always on top when it comes to a good drink, and the crowd is good and interesting. The only problem is the rooms, although well decorated, they are really small. The bathrooms are nice with a shower and a bathtub with good appliances and good amenities. But the rooms are claustrophobic even for european standards and are definitely not worth the money.
The Mark is one of the best hotels among the best hotels. Location, design, comfort, service... Service was absolutely superb. I got a Madison Ave. facing room on the 3rd floor; it was too noisy and had no writing desk. The next day I was politely moved to a courtyard facing room on the 7th floor, which I liked a lot: very good bed, writing table, spacious bathroom with a bathtub, a strong shower, and nice amenities. The rest of my stay went very well indeed. To my taste, the rooms have too much electronics, telephones, etc., but it's how hotels try to attract 'new generation' nowadays. I belong to an old generation, as most of The Mark's guests. Anyway, I loved the place and will stay again. Yes, and a very good (and very expensive) restaurant. Highly recommended.
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