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We were very pleased and very happy with the quality and location of the iroquois. it was close to everything we wanted to see and within a couple of blocks ...
We were very pleased and very happy with the quality and location of The Iroquois. It was close to everything we wanted to see and within a couple of blocks of a subway station to get to other locations further away. The staff was more than helpful and very accomodating when asked for help. They were experiencing some remodeling in the front lobby at the time we were there, but there was no inconvenience to the guests. The elevators were a little slow (there were only two), but the Hotel is small, so the wait wasn't terribly long. The bed was very comfortable, and the linens were wonderful. The turn down service with chocolates in the evening was a great treat to come back to at night. I would highly reccommend this hotel, and would stay here again next time I'm in NYC.
Retirement trip for wife. great staff, close convenient location - cabs not plentiful on the side street but 1/2 block to 6th. close to times square but off the tourist ...
Retirement trip for wife. Great staff, close convenient location - cabs not plentiful on the side street but 1/2 block to 6th. Close to Times Square but off the tourist hustle. Close to Bryant Park and an under $10 cab to MSG. Le Triomphe restaurant is superb and considering... a decent value - but understandably expensive. Rooms are small as would be expected in a small European style hotel. Watch the bill if you move items in the snack refrigerator since they use a sensor and it registers charges against the movement. Staff understand this and quickly removes charges with an explanation. Certainly will stay again - our NYC HQ.
Customer Service is Tops03/12/2008
In a city of millions of people, the iroquois hotel makes you feel like you're not just another traveler. my 8 year old daughter and i traveled to nyc ( ...
In a city of millions of people, the Iroquois hotel makes you feel like you're not just another traveler. My 8 year old daughter and I traveled to NYC (an hour from our home) for a mother-daughter weekend. When I reserved online, I let the hotel know I'd be coming with an 8 year old. The concierge called the ask about our plans and offered a more comfortable room than the one I had chosen online. When we arrived, everyone from the door man to the bell boy (okay, he was definitely not a boy--at least 70 years old, but you know what I mean) to the front desk staff was helpful and friendly. Our room was recently renovated with outrageously comfy beds (down comforters, poofy pillows, delightful mattress) and a marble bath. The bell boy/ man showed us where everything was and was so sweet. The room was smallish if you have a family of 4, but for two it was absolutely fine. THe only thing that was not divine about the room was the view--we looked out on a fire escape, but we didn't really care because we were only in the room to sleep. On my daughter's bed, the staff had left an adorable child-size bathrobe and slippers, a coloring book, a Slinky, a Kids Time Out New York magazine and other odds and ends. The concierge left me a folder of great kid-friendly activities and coupons and VIP passes. It was pouring, and the door man determined that my umbrella was way too small, so he presented us with an oversized Iroquois umbrella. Dessert was tasty, but continental bfast should have a reduced rate for kids who only eat one muffin with glass of juice.
The iriquois was a wonderful hotel for my first pleasure trip to new york with my elderly mother. the location was within walking distance of most everywhere we wanted to ...
The Iriquois was a wonderful hotel for my first pleasure trip to New York with my elderly mother. The location was within walking distance of most everywhere we wanted to go, but off the beaten path so that it wasn't crazy and noisy all of the time. All of the staff were very friendly and accomodating. The restaurant, Triomphe, was definitely five stars. The rooms were a little small, but I understand that is most if not alll hotels in Manhattan. All in all, a very pleasant experience!
The Iroquois is one of NYC's Best Kept Secrets09/01/2007
The iroquois rivals any five-star hotel i've stayed in, but without the "stuffiness" which can sometimes detract from one's overall experience at a ritz-carlton or peninsula ...
The Iroquois rivals any five-star hotel I've stayed in, but without the "stuffiness" which can sometimes detract from one's overall experience at a Ritz-Carlton or Peninsula or such. I strongly recommend you give it try, and guarantee you will not be disappointed.