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700 8th Ave New York, NY 10036
700 8th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10036
The Row NYC hotel has pioneered a new era of individuality among Time Square hotels by meeting NYC’s signature urban grit with grandeur. Row NYC transforms your stay into a completely contemporary experience- with a front row view to Times Square that’s truly incomparable. Our NYC hotel’s guests undeniably reside in the middle of it all, with exciting access to everything and anything – 24/7.

Inspired amenities abound at the Row NYC. Our restaurant, District M, is a European express café by day and a Neapolitan pizza bar and cocktail lounge by night, offering a curated selection of delicious food, coffee, cocktails and more – sourced from some of NYC’s finest eateries. Open 24/7, Iconic M is a one-stop-shop for everyday essentials with a twist. And, our state-of-the-art Internet lounge always keeps our guests connected – in style.

Our latest addition, City Kitchen, is Times Square’s first interior food market located within Row NYC. Visitors and locals can delight in 9 of the city’s best restauranteurs – without having to travel to taste them. No neighborhood has been left unturned, from Brooklyn to the Upper West Side – and everywhere in between. The result: off-the-grid restauranteurs bring their most crave-worthy creations to the City Kitchen table.
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Inventive lodging with a pizza & cocktail bar, cinema-style screenings & a digital art gallery.- Google
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Juliano Radei
in the last week
This hotel was very expensive for a very small space. Couldn't even walk around our bed and definately no where to unpack your case. Shower was small an cramped my elbows kept hitting the wall, the drain was semi block and shower curtain was to short so our bathroom floor was flooded after every shower. Rooms were clean enough but the room had a damp smell to it (probably) from the bathroom flooding onto the carpet. There are minimal staff at the hotel so check in/out lines are alway huge. The lobby looks great and it will get your hopes up that you picked a good hotel.......until you actually see your room. This hotel only makes money due to its location and that it is one of the cheaper around the area. Do yourself a favour and don't stay around theatre district. Get a hotel close to the subway and a bit further out from Times Square, you will enjoy New York much more.
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Niik Lolas
2 weeks ago
don't let the pictures fool you the best thing about the hotel are the location and the City Cafe (BEST ramen EVER!!!) My ENTIRE room smelled like mildew and housekeeping barely cleans the bathroom. The towels are hard and the hallway is dark!!! Great location and friendly staff! if the price is low it's worth it because the rooms are tiny.
Laura Richardson
a week ago
Booked online for Row NYC, got confirmation of my reservation and everything only to find out that the hotel wouldn't honor my reservation...they would happily set up a reservation right there for TWICE THE PRICE I PAID online. They initially "couldn't find my reservation" and told me that "they were sold out". After talking to 4 different people I find out that they didn't want to honor the discounted rate from online. I happily went elsewhere and spent my money to stay at a different hotel. BEWARE OF THESE SKETCHY PEOPLE
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neil grigg
2 months ago
List price online was $125. Somehow with taxes and fees, the price ended up closer to $250. I would argue something is not a "fee" if it somehow doubles the original price. Plus the hotel was among the worst I've ever visited. Bathtub was very gross. Very nice lobby though!
Response from the owner - 2 months ago
Neil, thank you for leaving your feedback of Row NYC. We apologize about the inconvenience of the price change. We'll be sure to work on fixing that issue in the future. We wish we could've left you with a better impression overall. Please feel free to contact us so we can work on accommodating you. We look forward to hearing from you. Thank you.
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Jasmine Arthouse7
a month ago
Honestly Great Hotel for pricing, Got 125.00 for a two bed room on special. Parking was 50.00 plus plus plus fees- (Negative star) rooms are small but very efficient. unless your a hippo then this is not the place for you. rooms where clean beds where very comfy and the night time blinds worked wonders! its like midnight all day long lol. Manhattan is noisy but that's everywhere. If you don't like the noise you can be in The city that never sleeps. Lobby is cool and welcoming. downside is check in and check out. Get there early! Lines are looooong wait is long. Other than that I would stay again anytime I am in town to visit.
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Austin Gunderson
a month ago
I don't expect much from a hotel. For instance, when the interior hallway is mottled with puke stains and the expensive rooms are ridiculously cramped (as was the case at Row NYC), it doesn't compel me to post a negative review online. But one thing I do expect is, if I must be forcibly woken at 2:00am by a disembodied voice blaring from an in-room speaker, and then kept awake over the next several hours by no less than three similar invasions, that it be related to an actual emergency, and not to advise me in English and Spanish that the hotel security department is "investigating a situation" and that I should "stand by." All that goes to say, Row NYC now holds the ignominious distinction of having provided me with the worst hotel experience of my entire life, ever. Bar none. If you, like me, believe that a hotel should only violate your sleep if it absolutely has to, then I urge you to avoid Row NYC.
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RafiQ Salleh-Flowers
a month ago
Cozy room. Perfect location. A place to have a good night rest from a long day of stroll in the city! Will definitely come back.
Steven Taylor
a month ago
Have stayed at Row 3 times for multiple nights over the past year. Every time I have had a wonderful experience. Location is right by all the major theaters and couple blocks from Times Square. How can an individual book a room in the middle of Manhattan and complain about noise? It's midtown Manhattan NYC morons! Don't be daft,be proactive and bring a white noise machine. Next time I am in NYC will be staying at Row again bc of location, modern rooms, and great views. Plus beds and pillows super soft!
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