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I've been staying at the Wellington for 20 years whenever in NYC. I love its old world charm, incredible cleanliness, friendly staff, fantastic air conditioning and superb location. We booked the deluxe double double and had a view of the city---really great---and we ate in...More
Stayed at this hotel for 4 nights and got the breakfast package which was in the Park Cafe under the hotel. My husband and I really enjoyed the breakfast, there is a choice of full American breakfast or healthier options. I enjoyed a lovely fruit...More
Our room was not like the website pictures. Broken door latches, windows had been left open letting in mosquitos, a kitchenette in a closet and smelled of weed/pot. The security manager came and discussed a room change. He took us to one of the updated...More
For the price that we paid, I could not beleive when the manager kicked me out of the lobby for eating food. the food was in a box on my lap. It was a pastry. After a long day of walking around the city, we...More
We stayed here 10 days for our honeymoon and found it to be a good hotel. Having read other reviews we were a bit worried bout heating noise etc, not a bit of it. We were not happy with initial room but the staff moved...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit the Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.
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To see the ball drop with the naked eye you will have to arrive early in the day and camp out, basically, just to save a spot in Times Square close enough to actually see the thing drop. The alternative is to go have a nice... More
To see the ball drop with the naked eye you will have to arrive early in the day and camp out, basically, just to save a spot in Times Square close enough to actually see the thing drop. The alternative is to go have a nice meal somewhere and when midnight is approaching, try to squeeze in as close as you can while trying not to offend hundreds of thousands of other people who are trying to do the same thing.
If you can just be happy not stressing about being close, it can be enjoyable to be in the crush of people celebrating the year gone by and making New Year’s resolutions with a loved one in what will be a joyous, very loud crowd.