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Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel4 Stars
Two Times Square 714 Seventh Avenue At West 48th Street New York NY 10036
Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel offers an ideal location close to midtown Manhattan's world-class entertainment, attractions, 500 businesses and corporate headquarters.
Guests are offered a choice of well-decorated guest rooms that are equipped with all contemporary amenities to ensure you a memorable as well as a enjoyable stay.
Enjoy cocktails or dinner at Chop Suey, the signature restaurant with one of the best views of Times Square. This onsite restaurant and lounge offers a flavourful Asian Inspired Cuisine for you to relish.
This property has 4 meeting rooms that can accommodate 80 people for conferences, social events, seminars and wedding parties. At leisure, you can workout in the well equipped onsite fitness centre or take a dip in the swimming pool to ease your mind and body.
- 2 km to the Bus Station (Port Authority)
- 2 km to the Train Station (Penn Station)
- 14 km to the Airport (New York/La Guardia)
- 20 km to the Airport (New York/JF Kennedy)
- Baby Sitting Service
- Business Centre
- Currency Exchange Services
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Swimming Pool - Outdoor
- Faxing Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Photocopying Facilities
- Room Service
- Bar / Lounge
- Conference Facilities
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Laundry Services
- Safe Deposit Box
- Air Conditioning
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Internet Access
- Pay-per-view Movies
- Alarm Clock
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Mini Bar
Renaissance New York Times Square Hotel Guest Reviews (5)
The Renaissance Hotel staff and crew is first class. The location is excellent, right in the heart of Times Square. The internet isn't free in the rooms, but you can go to the lobby if you need it. Overall, this was a great place to stay and take in NYC.
FelixEnc wrote on December 28, 2011
We saw a couple shows, did some touring, but mostly shopping and just enjoying spending time together. The room was very nice, but had to ask for a refrigerator, a microwave would have been nice with an extra sink either in the bathroom or wet bar. But overall the accomodations were nice. The hotel staff was very friendly and helpful. I would definitely stay again.
Best Mom wrote on August 9, 2011
Great service...fabulous room...and the location could not have been any better! Thanks!
SCA wrote on August 2, 2011
We made a long weekend out of a trip for a friends doctorate graduation and though I'm a well versed New York visitor but my partner was a first timer. We originally booked with a luxury "grand hotel" a few blocks away but decided to move over to the Renaissance to be closer to the hustle and bustle (every first timer should stay in Times Square). The Renainssance is the perfect location to explore Midtown and to branch out in the city through the subway. From the R Lounge you look out onto Duffy Square, the jumbo tron, and the famed New Years Ball in Times Square. You are a few minutes walk to Rockefeller Plaza, theaters are around each corner, Central Park is a 3 minute walk, walk to Restaurant Row in 2 minutes, and famed 5th Ave shopping is moments away. The rooms are great, quiet, and though it was unseasonably warm for our first week of June trip (in the 90's) the room was perfectly comfortable. The concierge service at the hotel can't be beat. Jill and Maurio were so helpful and every recommendation they offered turned into a great surprise for two well traveled foodies. In a world where they say "you get what you pay for"...Renaissance makes them eat those words. We got so much more than we expected and this in my words was the best NYC trip I've ever made (I'm over the dozen mark). The location, the staff, the room just made our trip so easy and enjoyable. We were able to take advantage of the city and leave the rest to Renaissance. So whether you are a first timer or a returning fan of NYC the Renaissance Times Square is an excellent choice and we will certainly be back soon!
2Foodies wrote on June 22, 2011
The hotel has undergone a huge renovation. As far as the rooms are concerned gave this a nice result. As far as the common facilities, such as reception, lobby, bar etc. are concerned, one has apparently tried to attract a much broader group of the public. It has become more of a family place, then a somewhat luxurous oasis on Times Square that it was. The gave up the splendid lounge/bar that was overlooking Times Square. Unforgivable!!!
jan van laarhoven wrote on August 2, 2010
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