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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
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Gretchen Roberts
2 months ago
I hardly ever complain even if I have a bad experience but I definitely have to say something about this hotel. This hotel is just an aggravation. We booked this hotel because it seemed high class, beautiful and historic. I'll address the things that bothered me. After a long road trip to my final destination to New York, I was looking forward to crash and finally feel comfortable at the Roosevelt before I hit the road again. I stayed for two days. The first night was a cold in NYC and the room wouldn't heat up. I called guest services and they said the heat doesn't come on until after 9pm. I got a king bed and tried to switch to two beds so that I wouldn't have to sleep with my dad and son in the middle. They told me they were too full to switch me to a different room. I asked for a roll-out bed to be brought to my room on two separate occasions and they refused twice using different excuses. "It won't fit in my room" and "We are almost sold out of them" I guess they were almost out of them and wanted to save them for more valuable customers? On the first night the tv remote stopped working and I couldn't power off the tv manually or unplug it so that we could sleep. An attendant came in and fixed the remote by banging it on the floor and changing the batteries. I was rolling on the floor laughing. I think the worst experience I had was the elevators. They are horrible. You have to wait forever to get on and they were crowded. When they are crammed with too many people, they start getting stuck between floors and jumping/jerking. The elevator will cancel all floors and just stick between the main and second floor. It's really scary and I was scared we were all going to get stuck inside like sardines so a lot of us ran out and took the stairs. At one point, I waited about 20 minutes for an elevator that never came. A couple came but they were too full. The food I picked up to take to my room got cold by the time I decided to get to my room by taking the stairs. My dad who is a heart-attack survivor almost collapsed as we were trying to carry all our things up the stairs. I will never go back and stay at the Roosevelt. On the plus side, the rooms were really clean and the hotel was visually appealing in the lobby.
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Response from the owner - a month ago
Thank you for sharing your short experience with us. I’m disappointed to hear of all the hiccups experienced. I will definitely share your feedback with the management team with regards to the elevators and special request.. Warmest Regard MMurat
Rebecca Feliciano
2 months ago
The hotel is beautiful. The lobby staff was very helpful and professional. The rooms was large and clean. A bathroom was a little dated but clean. Will use again if I visit NY again.
James Haviken
3 months ago
The lady at the front desk had an attitude, we checked in at 1230pm and were told no rooms were ready and to come back at 3pm to wait on the check in line again just to get the key. The room was very small and the bathroom was straight out of the 1950's. The water pressure was like drool was coming out of the tap and shower head The ice machine on our floor was broken so we had to take an elevator to the next floor to get ice. The elevators also took forever, There were paper cups to drink out of in the room like we were at a 711. This would have been fine for a 2 star hotel but 4 stars i expect real glass. The maid constantly knocked on our door in the morning every half hour to see if we had checked out yet. overall i would have rather sleep on the floor of grand central terminal than stay at this hole again.
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Billy Lindsey
3 months ago
This is a fabulous hotel. If you're new to NYC, consider this place. I love it because it's nostalgic with a great professionally helpful staff, and the concierge helped us navigate anywhere we wanted to go. Bear in mind NYC hotel rooms are smaller than probably what you're used to in other hotels. That said, my wife and I booked a standard room with a queen bed and they gave us a room with a king instead. We weren't expecting it of course and it probably won't happen again, who knows lol. But hey, we appreciated it nonetheless. Also this hotel is within easy walking access to times square and all the Broadway shows, as well as a quick 5 min walk to Rockafeller center. Plenty of places to eat nearby. Also the grand central terminal is about 2 blocks away if you wanna jump on a train. This is my 3rd trip to NYC and I doubt I'd book anywhere else.
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Brittany Matthews
2 months ago
Stayed here with my boyfriend and one other couple and there's nothing impressive about this hotel. The entrance makes the hotel seem way more grand than what it really is. The bar area is nice, but it took thirty minutes for anyone to even ask for our cocktail order. Then to get our drinks took another 30 minutes, and after paying 75$ for four watered-down drinks, we left and got some GREAT pizza and beer from Uncle Paul's pizza around the corner. Everything was clean, and the staff were friendly/helpful but I wouldn't stay here again. The elevators are slow, and cramped. The comforter and duvets were comfortable and nice, but the AC unit in our room was pretty weak. They have a rooftop bar, but for some reason they're closed on Saturday, however they did just renovate, so maybe that's why. Had it not been for the lack of service at the bar, I would've given them more stars. If you plan on staying and really enjoying your hotel, find somewhere else. For the money you spend coupled with the crappy bar and lack of modern anything, just find somewhere else to stay; not worth the money. If you just need somewhere to shower and sleep, this should be fine if you're okay with eyesores. Maybe some people are into the antiqued look, but this just wasn't our style.
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outofbusiness soon
3 months ago
i dont no how this place still open just outdate junk +$16 just for wifi. dont waist your money...
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louise carpenter
3 months ago
Had booked through an agent and was nervous when I read the reviews here but they are so far off my great experience I had to post!! The room was big (2 double beds), really nicely presented and the beds have luxury pillows and quilts, fabulous! The staff are friendly and professional and the hotel is historic but presented to the highest pristine class! Location is idea beside Central Station and 10mins to Time Sq! We came from Dublin Ireland for St.Patrick's and the hotel had a full Pipe Band playing in the lobby before they joined the Parade, amazing to see! I cannot fault our stay, only great things and a wonderful experience- honestly!! I travel the world and was so delighted that the previous very negative posts were not how I found anything here! Vander Bar next door has great happy hour drinks and is part of the hotel too!
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Response from the owner - 3 months ago
Dear Louise, We are happy you were able to enjoy our very own pipe band festivity for St. Patrick’s day before the parade. Thank you for your review and for you compliments to our staff. They combat cold Mother Nature with their warm welcomes. We are thrilled we were able to play a role in your unforgettable holiday! You picked a great place to stay to experience NYC. We hope you'll visit again and choose The Roosevelt as your hotel of choice! Our location can't be beat in any weather. Murat /Guest Services Manager
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Elin Aakrann
4 months ago
Rooms are small, very old, not renovated. The radiators make so much noise, they sound like icecrushers. Anyway, our complaints were accepted and we got an upgrade. Unfortunately, we found out that cockroaches shared the same bathroom with us. The location of the hotel is a bonus point and the lobby looks nice aswell. If they would renovate the hotel and keep it a bit cleaner it would be perfect! Would I recommend this hotel: no!