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Our rooftop lounge Mad46 opens for the season tonight! Doors open at 5pm #Mad46Rooftop  
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A different view: A look from atop New York City's bridges #NewView http://ow.ly/vELS5
For years Frieder climbed NYC's bridges to capture views most of us will never see.
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We're at it again! Tonight watch the Season Premier of Mad Men at Madison Lounge, 7pm!
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Sunday we are hosting a viewing event for the Mad Men Season Premier! Party starts at 7pm in Madison Lounge!
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45 E 45th St New York, NY 10017
45 E 45th StUSNYNew 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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Built in 1924, the "grande dame of Madison Avenue" is known for its ballroom and art-deco elegance.- Google
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Caroline Rodrigues
reviewed 2 months ago
I chose this hotel mainly for the location, but it was a big mistake and a big DISAPPOINTMENT, I spent my 15 days in New York there and regretted it immensely! A beautiful hotel, with luxury features but has basic errors, room cleaning gets to be shameful, dirty bathrooms and dusty furniture, after the first week I could not stand it and had to ask to improve the cleaning, due to impressive amount of dust. The reception was also a huge disappointment, inattentive and rude staff, give information and provide help in such a rude way, unacceptable, urgently need training. Definitely stay at this hotel was a mistake, a waste of money, which is a shame, because is a beautiful hotel with a shameful service, do not recommend to anyone, sure New York has much better hotels, such a waste, made my trip very stressful.
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Bailey Green
reviewed 2 months ago
Really good location, 2 blocks from 5th avenue, and really close to times square. Clean rooms (and bathrooms), pretty big too for nyc, comfy beds. The only downside to this hotel was the rude and terrible service. I have never been treated this bad in a hotel.
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Cedric Rainey
reviewed 4 months ago
I took a trip to NYC with my lady to see a broadway show. I booked at this hotel mainly because of location, just around the corner from Broadway (we walked home after the show). Unfortunately that was the best part of the entire experience! First, at check-in the line was 15 minutes long, no problem but considering only 4/6 elevators were working, it took nearly 30 minutes to reach my room. Small, chic (typical NYC) but overall decent room accommodations. After the show it took another 30 minutes to get on a working elevator to our floor. When finally get one one it goes to the 2nd floor and stops working! So, my lovely date and I had to walk FOURTEEN STORIES to our room. When we got hungry, do you think we wanted to leave our room again?!?!! Room service = terrible. Please don't make this place your nightmare. If you like anything about the concept of "customer service"... you won't find it at The Roosevelt !!
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Pamela Jordan
reviewed 2 months ago
STAYED HERE FROM FEB 6-9-2014. IT WAS THE PERFECT LOCATION, ONLY BLOCKS FROM TIMESQUARE AND THE BROADWAY SHOWS. THE STAFF WAS GREAT! WE HAD A 3-4PM CHECK IN, BUT ARRIVED AT 1030AM AND WE WERE ABLE TO GO TO OUR ROOM WITHOUT HAVING TO FIND SOMETHING TO DO FOR 5-6 HOURS. ROOM SERVICE WAS GREAT BUT KIND OF EXPENSIVE. WE HAD A POT OF STARBUCKS COFFEE WHICH COST $6.00, BUT WITH TAXES AND GRATUITIES IT CAME TO $13.00. WE WERE CLOSE TO ALL THE SUBWAYS AND TAXIES ARE EVERYWHERE. IF YOU GO TO SEE GROUND ZERO, DON'T DO THE TOUR. WE PAID 35.00 EACH, BUT THEN LATER FOUND OUT, WE COULD HAVE WENT ON OUR OWN FOR JUST DONATING $5-$10. THE TOUR IS OUTSIDE , 2.5 HRS LONG AND WE ALMOST FROZE TO DEATH. WE LEFT AFTER 2 HRS. YOU CAN TAKE A SUBWAY FOR $2.75c TO GROUND ZERO. WE TOOK A CAB AND IT COST $ 20.00. BUT YOU LIVE AND LEARN. ANYWAY, THE HOTEL DOES CHARGE FOR INTERNET IN YOUR ROOM, ABOUT 15 BUCKS FOR 24HRS. THE BUSINESS CENTER CHARGE 37 CENTS A MIN ON THE FIRST FLOOR AND YOU CAN PRINT YOUR BOARDING PASS, ETC... ANYWAY OVERALL GOOD HOTEL. I WOULD DEFINITELY GO BACK. THE ROOMS WERE VERY CLEAN, GOOD VIEW, WE WERE ON THE 14TH FL. NO COMPLAINTS! THE DOORMEN WERE HELPFUL AND THE MAID SERVICE WERE VERY GOOD! ONE THING THOUGH, THE DRAWER SPACES ARE VERY VERY TINY. HAD TO LEAVE MOST OF OUR CLOTHES IN THE SUITCASE.
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David Edwards
reviewed 3 months ago
We booked a cozy Queen but the bathroom was tiny with a single sink and no where to put toiletries! A single male could have managed, but not a married couple! We complained and were given a better room with a larger bathroom, but the traffic noise was so bad we could not sleep all night, so we complained again and was given another room which was small with a small bathroom and did not have the traffic noise; unfortunately the room was in poor repair and needed repairs and redecoration. The reception staff was very unhelpful, to the point of being rude! The experience ruined our vacation which was to celebrate my wife’s birthday! Reception Staff need to be retrained as they have no interest in customer satisfaction.
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Alexander Vasilev
reviewed 3 months ago
The worst hotel I ever stayed! They claim to be a 4 star, but really motel 8 has better service. Horrible small outdated ( meaning really outdated) rooms with nasty smell. You have to order a coffeemaker to bring to your room. Even no mirror by the desk, my wife had to do her makeup, sitting on the dirty floor, that is not exactly what you expect from the 4 star hotel. Horrible staff with an attitude. Really bad memory, avoid staying there.