Pennsylvania New York Hotel
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A great location doesn't have to be out of reach. New York's Hotel Pennsylvania is in the heart of Midtown Manhattan. Each day our guests hit the streets and arrive at fabulous New York City locales within minutes. Marvel at the Empire State Building, savor exciting Times Square and take in a Broadway show or, hop on the subway right by the hotel and head to one of NYC's diverse and exciting neighborhoods. Just steps away from Midtown's most popular attractions, and offering countless easy transportation options, New York's Hotel Pennsylvania puts you in the middle of the action.
This large, tourist class hotel comprises 22 floors with a total of 1,700 double rooms. Guests may make use of the spacious foyer with a 24 hour reception desk, a currency exchange counter, a cloakroom, lifts and an Internet terminal. There is also a cafe, a kiosk, a number of shops, six restaurants with American specialities and a cosy bar to be taken advantage of.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Pay Movies
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Name: 34 St Penn Station
- Distance: 0.3 mile
- Name: PENN STATION
- Distance: Opposite hotel
- Name: NEWARK
- Distance: 13.5 miles
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: 34 St Penn Station Distance: 0.3 mile
- Nearest Rail Name: Penn Station Distance: Opposite hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Newark Distance: 13.5 miles
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 2.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 3.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 4874 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
New York Break
Stay Date: 09/09/2016, a customer aged 45-64 who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
Hotel Pennsylvania is very well situated for rail and subway access. Just across road from rail station with access to Newark Liberty Airport and short walk to Empire State building. Breakfast in R Caffe was very good and very close by. Subway acce… See more
Hotel Pennsylvania is very well situated for rail and subway access. Just across road from rail station with access to Newark Liberty Airport and short walk to Empire State building. Breakfast in R Caffe was very good and very close by. Subway access very good (but hot) and easy to use Metro Card machine, takes both cash and card payments. Metro (subway) was safe with no hassles, just pre-determine what line and what direction to go using map and it's quite easy. Hotel can take very long to check in and out at peak times, expect 30 mins + waiting. Very big but quite run down and small rooms. Don't expect much in terms of luxury, but well situated so this can be overlooked. Jacks Everything Shop is very close by (next to R Caffe) for anything you need to buy. Nothing is supplied in the room so get drinks and snacks here for the fridge. Recommended stay. Pre-book all the sites you want to see to ensure access and go early just as they open. All Will Call and E-Tickets worked faultlessly booked through the main venue web sites. Although crowded at times people were reasonable to walk amongst, probably better than London. Street traders are the best place to get good deals on hats, shirts and tops and anything else touristy stuff and good fun to deal with. Eating out is very expensive so we used the local shop and stayed in the room after long days out. Great Stay! Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 2 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 3 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Statue of Liberty: 4 out of 5
- Empire State Building: 5 out of 5
- Sept 11 Memorial: 5 out of 5
- R Caffe: 4 out of 5
More like a hostel
Stay Date: 09/2017, Tuba L wrote this review.
Hotel is old and filty (sorry). Very crowded. However its location is a bliss. At the very center of the City. Just across the Maddison Square Garden. Comparatively manageable as opposed to the other hotels on the same row.
Hotel is old and filty (sorry). Very crowded. However its location is a bliss. At the very center of the City. Just across the Maddison Square Garden. Comparatively manageable as opposed to the other hotels on the same row. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2017, queenie7462 wrote this review.
Travel to j f k and mid day it's about an hour to the hotel depending on the traffice...nyc taxi drivers are crazy so I would recommend booking the transfers or the train before you go to the USA as it was expensive to get in the taxi at the air port… See more
Travel to j f k and mid day it's about an hour to the hotel depending on the traffice...nyc taxi drivers are crazy so I would recommend booking the transfers or the train before you go to the USA as it was expensive to get in the taxi at the air port..65 usd... Hotel arrival very quick to check in..but sone of the receptionist don't tell you about the facility fee...lucky for me the key asked me and I said I didn't want it...its just paying for the Wi-Fi and the tv in room but your not in the hotel long enough to use it so make sure you ask them about it or they charge it to the card you have to give them on arrival ! Hotel is very old ..it was clean and they cleaned the rooms everyday but it's not posh hotel so if you want to relax at a hotel then this one is not for you.. I only slept there..didnt eat or spend another time apart from sleeping!! But it's clean..i was on the 11 floor and had no problems clean towels and made beds every day we was there ! Hotel location is great as it's just down from times square so a 10 minute walk and you are at times square ..brilliant location right opposite Madison square garden ...the taxi back to the airport was a big rip off as the charge you for the tolls as well but we said it's not our problem the tolls..the ride was about 40 mins back to airport but I wasn't impressed with the taxi drivers so I would get a train or different way next time .would defo stay at the hotel again ..nyc is an amaxing place ...do your research first into what places you want to visit and get a map ...Empire state building is defo worth a night visit and them top of the rock visit in the day ..dont do them both in the day as you miss the beautiful lights of nyc and times square at night and on the day pass you can only go in to the attractions once on the pass.. oh yea Madame tussands DON'T BOTHER GOING ITS NOT WORTH THE QUE OR THE TIME YOU spend there.. !! Hope this helps and you all enjy nyc !! Collapse
Hotel Pennsylvania NY - Worst Room(s) Ever
Stay Date: 09/2017, PeterandGail wrote this review.
The hotel is in the perfect location for a city break but the rooms are shabby. Check in was from 3.00pm - we tried after 5.30, we went to our room & the 'cleaners' were still 'working' on the room, so we went back to reception to try again. Our fi… See more
The hotel is in the perfect location for a city break but the rooms are shabby. Check in was from 3.00pm - we tried after 5.30, we went to our room & the 'cleaners' were still 'working' on the room, so we went back to reception to try again. Our first room was quite disgusting, the carpet was stained and rucked, the walls, door, skirting, & window surrounds were mucky and damaged & it was clear that the room had not been properly damp cleaned or dusted for a very long time, the furniture was old & tatty & looked like it had been salvaged from a skip. The sanitary ware was ancient, it was chipped and cracked, the bath was also badly scratched and appeared cracked, the floor and wall tiling was also cracked and broken & the toilet seat was worn out in every way. The room had a tv that was probably made in the 1980's it was in a massive cupboard ! Electric sockets and switches were actually hanging off the walls. We complained and were (reluctantly) given another room, the only differences between the rooms were a flat screen tv, the carpet 'fitted' the room but was again stained & did not look at all clean - the thick piles of dust in the corners of the room was really quite shocking, the only other difference was the large holes in the bath tub. We complained (again) but we were told that this was an upgraded room and if we wanted to stay in it we would have to pay $25 extra a night ! ! ! after a bit of a row with the 'manager' (in reception) we decided to stay as we were only in NY for a few nights & looking for a new hotel could prove difficult. The hotel staff were not interested in customer relations AT ALL, we have never met such difficult hotel staff before, we were told that our original room was classed as a 'classic' room & the upgrade included the tv but both rooms were 'typical' of their standard and there would be no reason for us to move again and the $25 would not be waived, I told the manager that for the sake of 75 bucks we would write this review and guess what, she couldn't care less - the hotel was apparently fully booked, every time we were in reception people were complaining about their rooms, one guy we spoke to in the lift was on his way to complain about the mouse in his room ! Collapse
I would rather sleep on the street!
Stay Date: 09/2017, Lisa A wrote this review.
This hotel is disgusting. The outside and entrance makes it look so nice but the room's are disgusting! The paint was peeling off the bathtub, the carpet was filthy, the room's smelled of mildew, and i saw a roach in our bathroom. This place is aw… See more
This hotel is disgusting. The outside and entrance makes it look so nice but the room's are disgusting! The paint was peeling off the bathtub, the carpet was filthy, the room's smelled of mildew, and i saw a roach in our bathroom. This place is awful. Collapse
Desperately needs a make-over
Stay Date: 08/2017, MJOtravel wrote this review.
Very old, non-maintained hotel in a great location. Right across the road from Madison Square Garden and right next to Penn St station. However, the bathroom floors were cracked, the shower head is shoulder-height and the shower curtains didn't cover… See more
Very old, non-maintained hotel in a great location. Right across the road from Madison Square Garden and right next to Penn St station. However, the bathroom floors were cracked, the shower head is shoulder-height and the shower curtains didn't cover the length of the bath. The closet door had no handle and the mirror was threatening to fall out if you attempted to yank it open using the door-handle hole. Some of the power outlets weren't working and the air conditioner sounded like it was about to take-off, but at least the rooms were spacious. It's old and it hasn't been maintained at all, but if it had a make over in the interior, it would be worth 4 stars. Collapse
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