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Tomorrow night is our 1st Annual Tree Lighting at +The Roosevelt Hotel and Madison Lounge will feature a festive special menu!
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The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade is 1 week away and this is what it used to look like #TBT  
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45 E 45th St New York, NY 10017
45 East 45th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10017
(212) 661-9600theroosevelthotel.com
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The Roosevelt Hotel in New York City offers 1,015 luxurious guestrooms (52 suites) in the heart of midtown Manhattan. We also offer 30,000 sq ft of event space, including 2 glamorous ballrooms and 19 executive/breakout rooms.
 
Join us at any of our dining and entertainment facilities for a unique experience whether you are a local or staying with us from out of town!
 
 
Located in the heart of midtown Manhattan, the Roosevelt Hotel is the perfect location for your next adventure to the Big Apple. Stay in the know with what's happening in our city by following our hotel blog The NY Know for all the details on what to do and see in NYC.
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Historic art deco property known for its elegant rooms, ballroom & rooftop lounge.- Google
"Clean rooms (and bathrooms), pretty big too for nyc, comfy beds."
"Great location, clean hotel, courteous staff and beautiful lobby."
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Cheyenne Quad
a week ago
I've stayed at several hotels in the SF area and this hotel is my favorite by far. I got an upgrade w/ a view of the Ferry Building -- best view of the house. I would normally not be able to afford to stay here, but I had a 1-night credit from another booking and got a good deal online for the other night. Convenient, walk able, clean, really great amenities. Best of all, the triple deck view from the rooftop is unbeatable. Parking is pricey. Pretty good service overall.
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Ivy Choi
a month ago
Ok. So I have NEVER written a review before but this I could not just let go. Worst hotel I've ever been to. I've traveled to 13 different countries and and 23 different states meaning I've been to a LOT of hotels and this is by far the WORST. The manager was SO rude and so were to ladies at the front desk. Not only that but when we got to our room, with one flush, the toilet started to nonstop overflowing. All that was in the toilet when we flushed was some toilet paper. That's fine but when we called the front desk to ask for maintenance they hung up on us. We had called multiple times because the overflowing was getting really severe and was overflowing onto the bedroom carpet. I guess they were sick of our complaining, but I expect that no matter how annoyed they are, at the end of the day, we are the guests and we pay to stay here so we should receive at least some decent customer service. Anyways, this pissed me off so much I went to go talk to the manager about it and he didn't even mention a single sorry and was extremely rude. We asked for a room change and he said there were none available. That's understandable but this guy was so rude about it. I did not feel like he was handling the situation the proper way and I don't understand how a manager of quite a large hotel like this could act like that. The maintenance guy was quite kind and he was very understanding so that was good. But at the end of the day I REALLY don't recommend this hotel and I would never ever come back.
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Quentin Cetnar
3 weeks ago
So to start off, the hotel has a cool historic lobby and a lot of art on the walls. It is a pleasant experience, the people at the front desks were decently mannered. But when it came to the room, I was beyond disappointed. Although the rooms were small and had to be small due to the lack of space in New York, there were only 2 plugs in sight with 3 total sockets. First of all the first plug was half covered by the carpet coming up about 2 inches from the wall and one socket was occupied by the tv plug. Well that was very faulty and had to prop my phone charger up with a shoe to keep the electricity flowing through the plug. The second plug was part of a lamp and only had one socket which was also faulty...Its hard when you have a family of 4 that all have phones and only 2 faulty outlets for charging. Secondly, the main room was okay...But the thing that really made me disgusted was the bathroom... It looked like it was straight from 1970 like unremodeled and all. There was hardly any cold water too. Either rip apart the entire interior and do a complete makeover of the rooms or at least the bathrooms and like I said, add more GOSH DARN PLUGS! Also the wifi is horrible, 1 and 2, it costs $15.75 PER PERSON.... Even motels on the side of the road in slums advertise free wifi so maybe you should start actually being more like a 4 star hotel. Your absolutely dissatisfied oucpiant, Quentin
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Noel Lagutin
3 weeks ago
Five star from a happy delta airlines crew not a perfect hotel as you would expect every time you spend money and time but location location location pays for itself as long as they maintain the cleanliness and the basics of a restful night hotel i am good... And the history of this hotel is unparalleled and priceless... I always love the feeling of being in the hotel building as history comes to life within me like some mark twain hilton and ritzs in san francisco ...Try this hotel and be immersed in a unique memorable experience...
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Jon Larsen
2 weeks ago
I've stayed here for years on company business. The location is great for exploring the city on my time off. The staff is friendly. It is an older hotel and with that, it has lots of character. I would be remised if I didn't mention that the elevators are small, and it is wise to add some time to how long you think it will take to get to your room or lobby if you are leaving during peak hours. Overall I've always had a great stay here while in NYC.
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Kylash Makenji
3 weeks ago
I have only just returned from a weeks stay at the Roosevelt Hotel. It has a grand exterior and lobby area. I would agree with most of the reviewers that the rooms are dated, they could do with a renovation, however we always found ours to be very clean and a daily housekeeping service. I wouldn't agree that the rooms were small, for us, it was just right from a space perspective. The receptionists, bell boys, concierge, doormen and house keeping staff were very polite, friendly and extremely helpful. Not being from the USA and knowledgeable about the city, the staff helped with our navigation and made getting around very easy. I found the wi-fi / internet situation rather antiquated, $15 per day is a lot of money and given the fact that most coffee shops, restaurants and attractions provided if for free. Perhaps they should look at free wi-fi for the lobby areas....only a thought. The best thing about the hotel was the location.....it's right on the doorstep of everything NYC has to offer......makes getting around easier and you don't waste time and money on taxi's and the subway. All in all I would recommend this and stay there again......:)
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xy set
4 weeks ago
Location is good for its price. The hotel is a old though, so your standards for accommodations must be a bit lower. Some rooms and appliances need to be replaced (ie the bathroom door doesn't close, iron doesn't work, etc.). If you're willing to work around that and if "money > the perfect hotel room," this is not a bad place to stay.
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Natalie Hardman
a month ago
After reading some reviews of this hotel, I was sceptical of whether we had made the right choice. I'm glad we stuck with this hotel as we have thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Our room (Deluxe King) was huge and lovely. Tidy and clean everyday. Our room was facing out to 46th Street, and it was quite loud but this didn't bother us as it's New York so it isn't going to be totally silent. The bed was extremely comfy. No complaints about any staff, all have been extremely friendly and helpful. The location of the hotel is perfect. Everything is easy to get to. We would definitely stay here again
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