From the moment we arrived to Archer we felt welcomed. Our flight arrived hours before check in time but they had a room available to accomodate us. The entire staff was helpful, warm and friendly. The rooms are cozy but clean and comfortable. The location was ideal for us visiting colleges for my daughter and nothing was further than a $12 cab ride or 20 minute walk. Lots of shopping and restaurants close by. The food in their restaurant looked fantastic and next visit I will make time to eat there. I also thought it was sweet that at night they left candy and little notes. It's all in the details and they have it down!
We would come back again just to see Jose the door man, he was so awesome. Knew allot about the area and was so.helpful. and Mark the bartender, again knew allot.about area and was great to talk to while serving
The hotel was amazing, the staff was very helpful, I was pleased with my room and the view. The hotel is in walking distance for food and Times Square. They have their own cars to transport you to the airport. I was pleased with my driver also. I will choose to stay their again should I return back to NYC !
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We had a wonderful experience at the Strand. The staff was friendly and helpful, and I would certainly stay there again. There were a couple of problems with the room that required repair - the air conditioner would not cool consistently and the room safe stopped working. We understood that things happen, and the hotel staff worked to repair the problems.
We chose the hotel as it is within walking distance of several interesting tourist attractions. Hell's Kitchen is still a slightly scruffy area (hence the cheaper price), but much better than it used to be, so provides a good base for visiting Central Park, Circle Line boat tours, Intrepid Museum, Times Square and the Empire State Building.
Hotel facilities are generally good; slightly let down by some faulty Air Conditioning, but staff were very helpful in arranging a change of room to sort this out. The hotel pool is pleasant, and it is worth going up there even if you don't go in for a swim just to see the view from the adjacent lobby (this is presumably how the hotel gets its name). There are some good restaurants one block over on 9th Avenue.
Some of NYC’s best-known landmarks are north of 14th and south of 59th—or Midtown Manhattan. Its western half is home to Manhattan's largest venues: the Javits Center and Madison Square Garden. In the Garment District, designers try to stay a cut above fashion's latest trends. Nearby, Hell's Kitchen is hot thanks to Restaurant Row. In one block on West 46th, diners can dash from Bangkok to Brazil.