Located in the heart of Times Square and the Broadway Theatre district, the New York Marriott Marquis is the most famous backdrop for the New Year's Eve countdown each year. With 1949 spacious guest rooms, this property boasts its very own Broadway Show theatre, state of the art electronic high-speed elevators, and six dining outlets including the only revolving rooftop restaurant in New York City. A “city within a city” with so much to see and do - it is a New York staple and sure to guarantee an exciting and memorable stay in the Big Apple.
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I stayed at this hotel on Memorial Day, and I was nice property. I enjoyed most time of the stay. I like to write pros and cons. I hope this help.
Location: No need to mention. Will there be any property that have better location?
Clean and large room: I was worried about room condition before arrival, but it was just slow update from website. It was clean, new, and large.
Security: To ride an elevator, without floors like Lobby, all floors require card key, which is now pretty much standard but still good to mention. And in 1st floor, there are security standing for extra safety.
Insulation: I am not sure as I had high floor room (40+ floor) and near end room, but it was very quiet.
Gym: I go workout everyday, and gym is important for me in hotel stays. And this hotel had great gym.
Price: New York is expensive city... everyone knows. But still... it is expensive for 4 star hotel.
Restaurant: Restaurants in this hotel was closed, which is quite unique location. That was one of the sales point for me.
Swimming pool: No swimming pool
Final words: Great hotel... I just think 5/5 rating deserves to hotel with excellent, flawless service and hardware. This is absolutely great hotel to stay, just some small points leaving to 4/5 rating.
Very convenient location to stay in New York City
Jul 23, 2021
An excellent place to stay in Times square. Place is clean and comfortable. Access to floors are controlled by room keys and very secure. Great views of Times Square from the rooms. You will be better off finding a parking (if you drive up here) for your car. I found a parking garage two blocks from the hotel for $15 per day while the hotel is charging $65- $95 depending on the size of the car. We had a huge SUV and would have paid $95 if I went with the hotel for parking.