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Sleep No More

530 W 27th St, The McKittrick Hotel, New York City, NY 10001-5506
+1 212-904-1880
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Fantastic

Go!! Don't miss it. In and out through the show, in and out throughout your entire evening. Bring... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Dan n
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For the Adventurous Young at Heart too!

I usually don't write reviews, but after reading a few from the 'older folk', I felt that I needed... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Janice D
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530 W 27th St, The McKittrick Hotel, New York City, NY 10001-5506
Chelsea
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Go!! Don't miss it. In and out through the show, in and out throughout your entire evening. Bring comfortable shoes.

Thank Dan n
Reviewed 1 week ago

I usually don't write reviews, but after reading a few from the 'older folk', I felt that I needed to express my delight in this totally unconventional and uniquely strange experience. I am 68 years young, and must admit I did have to work somewhat...More

1  Thank Janice D
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wasn't sure what I was signed up for but was excited to see this show. You follow characters around a hotel silently where they perform and you try to keep up with the story as they sing and dance. I would recommend it to anyone...More

Thank kris2601
Reviewed 1 week ago

This type of "guessing game" of the real and the obscure is too far out for the 55+ crowd. It is dark and not as it appears which can lead people to walking around aiimlessly for extended periods in hot and closed quarters which will...More

Thank CBinur
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

How do I even begin to explain my experience?! The show was recommended to me and I had done some research and read reviews but I was still a bit apprehensive. Firstly I do not know the story of Macbeth well, but this didn't seem...More

2  Thank Mills789
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although the ticket price is a bit steep (I paid $135+Fees = $142.50), I enjoyed my walk through of this interesting interactive play. I felt that the actors didn't really come out until about an hour or so after we were dropped off on the...More

Thank Ashley N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went to the show with a few couples. It was very disorganized. The actors rather than improvising with the participants were rude and nasty. My advise is to chose a different show.

2  Thank scott s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We missed so much because we didn't know what to look for! Without giving anything away, there are 5 or 6 floors you can explore throughout the hotel - go to every single one!! We missed an entire floor because we didn't know! We also...More

2  Thank MsChamCham
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I went to the show since a few different people recommended it as a "must see" show in NYC. To be honest, I think it's a nice experience, the hotel is really nice and the concept is pretty cool, but that is about it. The...More

1  Thank olkigal
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is hands down amazing. If you can't suspend disbelief you won't get it. No spoilers, but go solo (or separate from the person you're with), wear comfy shoes and analyse everything. So good!!!!

Thank Annah T
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Brigee88
19 August 2017|
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Response from Janice D | Reviewed this property |
I am a 68 year old grandma who loves Sleep No More and highly recommends it to all; however, if you were my daughter I would say: "Wait until after the baby is a few months old, and I will babysit while you get out and enjoy... More
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mountainchikin
31 July 2017|
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Response from njr234 | Reviewed this property |
It's hard to say since you walk around by yourselves. Some rooms had 2 or three other people, other rooms might have 50. You are free to come and go as you like.
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mountainchikin
I'll be traveling to NYC for a long weekend in August 2017 (Fri-Sun) and want to see the show either Saturday or Sunday. I just heard about this show two days ago, and I am so excited about the idea of experiencing it that I'm literally already losing sleep over it, haha! My only real concern is the complaint of overcrowding that I've read from other reviews. I am anticipating that it will be crowded no matter which day I go, but would one day be slightly less crowded than another? And as far as ticket times go, on the Saturday that I'll be there, the earliest staggered times go from 5-6p then again from 9-10pm (2 show times) , whereas the staggered times for the Sunday go from 7-8p (1 show time). I'm hoping to get the most out of my experience and I've read that getting the earliest possible ticket is best, so I'm thinking 5pm on Saturday, but would Sunday any be less crowded (the ticket would be a bit cheaper, so that's a plus)? Thanks for any guidance.
19 July 2017|
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Response from Sonya L | Reviewed this property |
I think the cheaper shows are the ones that typically have less of a crowd. I'm sure between Saturday and Sunday the sat show would be more crowded. Regardless of which show you choose there will be instances during the... More
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