Le Parker Meridien New York
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Set in a spectacular location, just south of Manhattan’s gorgeous Central Park, Le Parker Meridien is an excellent destination for your short break in the Big Apple. A short walk away from top attractions such as Carnegie Hall, the spectacular views at the Rockefeller Centre and FAO Schwartz and the fabulous shopping around Fifth Avenue, the hotel is ideally placed to explore the best of the city. Moments from the 57th Street subway station, you’ll have New York at your feet when you stay at Le Parker Meridien.
Stepping into the hotel lobby, prepare to be instantly impressed and overawed by the four star luxury, the effortless elegance and comfortable accommodation at Le Parker Meridien. The hotel’s 731 spacious and contemporary guestrooms each come equipped with a minibar, work desk, cable TV and fantastically comfy bedding.
The hotel boasts superb leisure facilities, with a well-equipped gym that makes for the perfect place to blow off some steam after a long day in the city and an indoor swimming pool that has incredible views of the city that are not to be missed. Be sure to make use of the in-house dining facilities too, with the first-rate Breakfast and Lunch menus at Norma’s and the Knave Café, open to guests all day long.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Internet Access
- Mini bar
- In Room Safe
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Indoor Pool Free: No
- Treatment Rooms
- Gym Free: No
- Hair salon
- Name: John F. Kennedy International Airport
- Distance: 26 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: John F. Kennedy International Airport Distance: 26 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 5370 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Great location and friendly service.
Stay Date: 04/2017, Terry H wrote this review.
We typically stay at Le Parker Meridien when we're visiting New York because of its convenient location. We did encounter a few issues this time around, but they were fixable: the door was incredibly hard to open (security came up and showed us how… See more
We typically stay at Le Parker Meridien when we're visiting New York because of its convenient location. We did encounter a few issues this time around, but they were fixable: the door was incredibly hard to open (security came up and showed us how to work around it, then sent repairmen to fix it) and the internet service was spotty. That said, we will return again to the hotel because of the convenience to multiple attractions and easy access to transportation. Everyone is very helpful and friendly. Collapse
Clean, comfortable, and quiet
Stay Date: 04/2017, BrettTEvans wrote this review.
The location, just a couple blocks south of Central Park, is perfect, with easy access to public transportation and walking distance to plenty of great restaurants. I was here for a work trip, so I didn't spend much time in the hotel aside from sleep… See more
The location, just a couple blocks south of Central Park, is perfect, with easy access to public transportation and walking distance to plenty of great restaurants. I was here for a work trip, so I didn't spend much time in the hotel aside from sleeping and getting ready in the morning, so its quietness and comfort was much appreciated. I did a little work one afternoon and the wireless internet was much faster than I've experienced in many hotel rooms. Overall, it was a great two-night stay. Collapse
Good location, needs updating
Stay Date: 04/2017, Witter1 wrote this review.
I agree with all reviews that this hotel needs updating. My room size was very decent, but the popcorn ceiling, along with the color combinations they've got going (maroon-ish, tan) makes it seem very 70s. And unless you order from room service, it … See more
I agree with all reviews that this hotel needs updating. My room size was very decent, but the popcorn ceiling, along with the color combinations they've got going (maroon-ish, tan) makes it seem very 70s. And unless you order from room service, it is impossible to get a cup of coffee in the hotel until 8:00 when the downstairs cafe opens. They told me i could go to Starbucks (which is literally across the street, so I get it), but I had just worked out at the gym and had no coat, and it was in the 40s and raining. I will give lots of credit for the gym--it appears to be separate entirely from the hotel and is very large -- tons of cardio machines, and a whole other floor for weights. Depending on where you need to be, I think there are likely better hotels in this midtown area. Collapse
Stay Date: 04/2017, Lizalu61 wrote this review.
I used to like Meridiens. Nice rooms, good croissants given French roots. But that was 20 years ago. Food still good but unfortunately rooms are exactly as I remembered- as don't think they've been updated since! Let me start with positives: great… See more
I used to like Meridiens. Nice rooms, good croissants given French roots. But that was 20 years ago. Food still good but unfortunately rooms are exactly as I remembered- as don't think they've been updated since! Let me start with positives: great location for theater and Central Park area. No issues with service. Norma's is crowded but fun for bfast. My real issue is with hotel itself. Rooms are dark with well worn carpets. I must not be the only one who found it hot and stuffy as there's a cherry note on the thermostat "if it's too hot or cold call and we'll make it right." Solution was to have housekeeping unlock the window so my options were hot and stuffy or noisy with bugs (and God knows what else...) as no screen and 56th street not known for peace and quiet. Hallways equally dark and elevators slow. No security (as in no key card required to access rooms). The only outlets by desk require you to get on your hands and knees to access. I guess people didn't have iPhones, iPads or laptops when these rooms were designed? Not even a luggage rack. Odd comment but avoid the toiletries. I couldn't help noticing an odd smell in the room and again at play that night. It was "eau du skunk and insect repellent." I finally figured out the smell was on me- horrors!- as it was from the hotel supplied moisturizer. Collapse
Great hotel - better location!
Stay Date: 04/2017, Dawn M wrote this review.
Hubby surprised me for my birthday by taking me to NYC. We stayed here for 4 nights. Finding the hotel is simple due to its superb midtown location so handy to some great attractions and subway stations. Check in was quick and simple and the staff… See more
Hubby surprised me for my birthday by taking me to NYC. We stayed here for 4 nights. Finding the hotel is simple due to its superb midtown location so handy to some great attractions and subway stations. Check in was quick and simple and the staff were all really pleasant and helpful particularly Eddie who was really good fun to talk to and had some great recommendations. Our room was surprisingly spacious for NYC and the bed was super comfortable. Water pressure in the shower was fantastic and we were really pleased the room overall. The rooftop pool is beautiful, the view of the city and park from up there is incredible. Unfortunately we only got using it once during our stay for about 15-20 mins. Which brings me to my only real point of complaint with the hotel and may not be popular with some so let me preface this next statement by saying I myself am a parent. There are children in the pool all day and evening EVERYDAY. Some people actually seem to use the pool facilities as childcare while they bury their faces in kindles/iPads/books they expect the pool staff to mind their kids. We used the pool at 8pm and we even had to wait until some children got out as there was no room for us. I don't mind kids at all as I said I'm a parent too but I watch my child and don't let her jump on strangers heads or deliberately splash and kick them. It was not relaxing and not worth the money. We overheard 2 other young couples complaining in the lift that they'd tried using the pool but couldn't as it was always rammed with children. I appreciate the hotel attracts families and that's wonderful but perhaps put a curfew on the pool facilities for children and slot some time in for adults only? I.e. Between 6am-9am and between 7pm-10.30pm adults only. I promise you it would make a lot of guests more satisfied whilst still catering to families. There was one point I actually felt bad for the pool attendants having to police people's children because the parents let them run wild. Overall I found the hotel fantastic and I would definitely use it again- I just hope you would consider the pool feedback as not being able to use it took away from our experience. Collapse
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