Murray Hill East Suites Hotel

, New York City, United States
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Murray Hill East Suites Hotel

, New York City
3 star

Rooms: 100

149 E 39th St - New York City - New York - 10016 - United States 212/661-2100
342 Traveller

Reviews - Murray Hill East Suites Hotel

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Not good
Submitted by: ignacio in 31/08/06
  • Age Group:
  • From: Argentina
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
This Hotel is not good. I was twice in last month with my family in a one bedroom apartment. The first time when we were going to Europe, the second when we lost our fly. My kids slept in the sofa bed, but it wasn't ok: the sheets: not cleaned. The kitchen: not enough dishes; The personal: very rude, always. We were four persons but in the our apartment there was only 3 chairs.
Nice for the Price, but Staff especially the Manager was rude.
Submitted by: Kohron Burton in 29/06/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
Nice for the price, but Staff especially the Manager was rude. The only nice person was the door man.
Spacious, clean and well priced
Submitted by: Sangeeta Patel in 27/06/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
Loved the loaction and space. esp the kitchen and the cleanliness of the place...
The hotel was very good
Submitted by: Andrea Teter in 27/06/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: Austria
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
The hotel was very good. Comfortable, large rooms and very quiet. I have recommended this hotel to many people.
The best that you can do is fall in love
Submitted by: John Montognese in 29/06/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Young & Single
Well there are a few flaws to the Murray Hill East Suites, but all in all it's quite a charming property.

Upon arrival, the ever present doormen are always very friendly. Check-in is quick but it's a bit of an older system -- manual credit card authorization, traditional keys (versus keycards) and the like. There are two small elevators but I never seemed to have to wait.

The room is huge by NYC standards, it's almost like a studio apartment. The furnishings are not new but they are in good condition. There's a small kitchenette which is cleaned daily. The bathroom had good water pressure and felt more like a bathroom in a home than a hotel. There were two huge closets.

There are a lot of cable channels and a sofa sleeper too. The windows are large and open. The bed is comfortable but not luxurious. The heating & A/C is a bit loud but did the job.

The hotel is located in a great Murray Hill neighborhood, very quiet and safe. It's not too close to the subway but the walk isn't that bad.

I really enjoyed this property and think you will too.
Cosy yet roomy
Submitted by: Laurel Parker in 23/05/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
My 16 year old daughter and I spent her spring break in NYC. A friend who lives in NYC recommended this hotel and we were glad she did. The location is out of the hustle bustle of the theater district which means quieter, but also further away from the tourist attractions, which means a bit more walking or cabbing. The area is very nice and within easy walking distance to neighborhood coffee shops and small restaurants. The room was equipped with a kitchenette, 2 double beds in a good sized bedroom and separate living room. This is an older hotel so the furniture and decor are a bit dated - if you're looking for brand new, this isn't your place. But if you like to wake up early and go walking this is perfect - I let my daughter sleep in, told her to call me on the cell phone when she woke up and I explored the neighborhood never feeling nervous at all about the area. We would stay there again should the opportunity arise.
Submitted by: Karen Meyer in 23/05/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Retired
We have stayed at the Murray Hill East Suites several times. With or without the family, it is very convenient. The location is quiet and it's nice to have kitchen facilities. It is a much better value than a hotel room.
Guaranteed return
Submitted by: JudithA Schalick in 23/05/05
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
As a business, family, and adventure traveller, with and without family companions I have learned from the Quality Improvement business that a satisfied customer returns. Location, an excellent in-house reservation and concierge service, and spacious, clean rooms are the key sources of satisfaction. I have a 'home away from home' in London and Paris. My 'home away from home' in NYC is Murray Hill East.
Quiet & Comfortable
Submitted by: Maag in 20/05/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
Good location, large and very comfortable rooms. Professional and attentive staff.
Surprising Value in NYC
Submitted by: Josephine Kukuka in 20/05/05
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
We try to get long weekends in NYC several times a year, and we love this hotel. Not glamorous (The travel books would say it is "Charming"). It is located in real neighbourhood so it great for experiencing the city but it is only a short cab or bus ride from any attraction. We enjoy the space (the 1 bedroom suite is larger an a lot of NYC apartments!) and the convenience of being able to fix a quick breakfast or snack in the pretty well equipped kitchen. I think this place is great for older visitors and families with children who need a little downtime when they travel, as well as for business people who are town for more a few days.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Murray Hill East Suites Hotel

Great place to stay

from A TripAdvisor Member
My family of four stayed at Murray from August 16 - 19, 2004. We got our room for $100 from We have two kids and priceline doesn't guarantee accommodations for more than 2 adults. The room had a queen-sized bed and a pull out sofa. They did not charge us for the two kids, although they had threatened to do it over the phone. The front desk was very polite and accommodating!

The room was plush with nice furniture, carpet, and a nice kitchen with a range and refrigerator. This hotel is near Grand Central Station and the Empire State Building. It's in the middle of Manhattan and quite fancy. We would go back to this hotel in a minute--for the price, you can't beat it!

Great Hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
I made my reservation at this hotel because I had researched for a week, and the reviews were so strong. Most rooms in New York are 10 by 12 or 14 feet. I was traveling with a girlfriend that I didnt know that well, and I didnt want to be cramped in a tiny room, trying to unwind after hectic days of sightseeing.
Our one bedroom suite was larger than my first apartment! We had a corner room on the first level, so there wasnt a view, but the size made up for it. The bedroom was huge with 2 double beds and it had a door, the living/dining room was large with a pull out couch, and a seperate kitchen, with toaster, stove, utensils, glasses, etc. We had 2 TVs in both rooms, and it was bery easy to relax and recoup. There were also 3 large closets. The motel motif wasnt great, and the furniture was worn, but with all that room, who cares! The beds were comfortable, and the hotel was quiet, we heard no street noise. The location is 3 blocks from subway, Central Station, and a grocery store one block away. I highly recommend this one!

Excellent value

from Anonymous
Spacious, comfortable, unpretentious, homey. Great value for a family vacation or a long business stay.

Nice Place!

from dac2006
We were pleasantly surprised with the room. We had two one bedroom suites. We also were able to tour the Penthouse and may rent that for our next stay. Lots of room, clean, quiet. Close to everything. Only three blocks from Grand Central Station (and the subway) and about six blocks from July 4th fireworks celebration. After the fireworks we were back in our room and sleeping before most people got a cab. Grocery store nearby and the room had a full kitchen. Laundry and work out room in the basement. Friendly, helpful staff. No internet but I was too busy for the internet anyway. Do not buy the New York One Pass. You will pay less by just paying admissions to attractions.

I was actually impressed

from A TripAdvisor Member
I was actually impressed with this hotel for the price range. You can get a room here for around $200, more or less. I payed $144 including taxes and fees from For this price range, you get good spacious rooms that are homey and comfortable. You also get a mini kitchen with a refridgerator, stove, pots and pans and utensills. In addition, it's in a great Manhattan location, which is the mid town east side. I prefer this location because it is relatively quieter and conveniently closer to the major points in the city. It's the perfect hotel for tourists and I strongly recommend it. If you are a business traveler and need special services and ammenities, this may not be the place for you and you may want to book a room in a fancier hotel with all the bells and whistles and personal special treatment services. However, the great thing about this hotel is that it is spacious, clean and comfortable. Something that you would need after a long tiring day of sight seeing. Personally, I do feel that the spaciousness is important after a long day in New York because it helps me to unwind and stretch out better without feeling caved in like in many of the typical tiny rooms in New York. You normally pay around $200 or more anyway in Manhattan for a room that is small, so for this price range you will get more space and space is a luxury in New York as you will see when you stay at this hotel. The spaciousness did make it feel a bit more luxurious, considering that space is precious in this town. I give it a thumbs up.

Will Return

from Travel Guy 32708
Just got back from NYC 6/29/04 stayed at the Murray Hill, Package was gotten from Priceline, will return to the Murray Hill in about 2 or 3 months. Rooms are big full kitchen. I enjoyed the hotel, plus good location. Stayed out late got up late maids go home at 4pm, so if you want your room cleaned get out by 1pm. Even with the package fully paid for got hit with $6.00 a day NYC flat occupancy tax when you check out. Plus bring your cell phone 5 bucks local call even an 800 number.

what a pleasant surprise!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We got a fabulous deal through Priceline-$65 per night- and we were so thrilled to walk into our room and find so much more than just a hotel room. We got a small apartment! A living room, bedroom, private bath, and a stocked kitchen- we had all the comforts of home! Add to that a pleasant staff, nice midtown area and a fantastic view of the Empire State Building, and our trip to NYC was better than we even hoped. We will definitely stay there again.

My home in NYC

from A TripAdvisor Member
I first stayed at the Murray Hill during a corporate transfer years ago. They were exceptionally friendly and helpful then and haven't changed. It's like having an apartment in New York City. My husband and I both stay here when either of us is in New York. The rooms can't be beat for the price, and the neighborhood is quiet and safe. They only time I am disappointed in the hotel is when they are full and I need a room!


from A TripAdvisor Member
Six of my friends and I visited New York in March of 2004 and were delighted to find large rooms, friendly attendants and a great deal.
For the price and location Murray Hill East comfortable enough to call home for a short or an extended stay. They were even nice of enough to hold our luggage past check out until we were ready to leave later that day. One down fall was getting a smoking room when we asked for a non-smoking one specifically. We will be back for sure.

the worse hotel in new york city murray hiil east suites

from A TripAdvisor Member
well where do i begin hmmm... bad bad service the maids enter your rooms with out permission by having a do not disturb sign out they will come in or ring the bell that happened my whole trip their the management has no clue i mentioned to them several times but some didnt speak english so it was like sleeping at a super 6 motel well at least their the beds are much more comfterable and services way better than murray hill east suites they really need to learn customer service skills badly!!!! and no manners for privacy..i wouldnt recomend this hotel to my dog in china ok its horrific.... so even if you are to save money i rather much put out for expensive pure quality comes in...

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  • Address: 149 E 39th St - New York City - New York - 10016 - United States
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