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, New York City, United States
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Newton Hotel

, New York City

Rooms: 104

2528 Broadway - New York City - New York - 10025 - United States 212/678-6500
880 Traveller

Reviews - Newton Hotel

Well Worth a Visit!
Submitted by: Jennifer in 08/05/08
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: Ireland
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
My husband and I stayed at the Newton Hotel in April 2008 and I have to say for the price we payed it was well worth it. Now, I was a little afraid when we arrived at the hotel and there were men working on the footpath right outsided the door, but was pleasantly surprised to NOT hear them from inside the hotel. On arrival at the front desk we were dealt with quickly and efficently by the staff. They even offered us some brochures and information on the city. I had been before a long time ago but this was my husbands first trip to NY. As it was a gift for his 40th birthday I decided to book a Junior Suite and we were not disappointed. We were on the third floor which was nice as the elevator is not the fastest I've ever been in. We carried our own luggage but there are staff at hand to help out if needed.
The room itself was very spacious, as you come thru the door you are into a small kitchenette with dining table and chairs should you want to take food back. There is also coffee facilities a fridge and a microwave. (We didn't have any milk tho) Beside this is the bathroom, tiled from ceiling to floor with a fabulously powerful shower! Fresh towels provided by housekeeping everyday, but it has to be said, they are not very big. On from there is the sleeping area, two double beds, bedside table, chest of (6) drawers, a vanity table and a flatscreen tv. All this and still tons of room to move around. And the room was cleaned everyday. If I could fault the room for one thing it would have been the view from our window (onto side of a building.) But then, we didn't visit NY to look out our bedroom window.

The hotels location is Upper West Side between 94th and 95th Street. Its about 40 mins from JFK airport by taxi at a flat fare of $45. The hotel will arrange a shuttle bus to take you back to the airport as the journey back is metered in a taxi and could work out expensive. The shuttle bus costs $24 per person. We were 30 seconds walk from the 96st subway that took us anywhere we wanted to go. If subway is the way you want to travel then get urself a subway pass. 7 day pass costs just $24 and as far as I remember it included buses aswell, this can be bought at the station. There is a Duane Reade pharmacy (open 24hrs) right next to the hotel for almost anything you need. And on the other side of the hotel is the Key West Diner where you would prob have breakfast as the hotel has no dining facilities. There is also McDonalds and Dunkin Donuts across the street. Central Park is ten mins walk away.

The rest of NY speaks for itself. Shop til you drop, take a bus tour, see a show on Broadway, (which the hotel will gladly help you get tickets for) and in the evening sample some of the cuisine for which it is famous. Make sure to bring your appetite as the portions are not even funny! Carmines, a family restaurant is just a few mins walk to 91st. They have the best Strawberry Shortcake!

All in all a fabulous stay, The hotel wasn't the fanciest we have stayed in but more than met our needs and we will stay there when we visit again!

Ps: Watch out for Ray, the shoeshine guy, outside the hotel, he has some great stories, but you'll need a five!

Good hotel for a good price
Submitted by: Frederik Hoogwater in 23/06/05
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: Netherlands
  • Traveller type:
In 2003 I stayed for 2 days in the Newton hotel NYC. A good hotel for a very good price. Nothing fancy, but clean and good. The location is upper West side, therefore lots of nice restaurants in the neighborhood. It was recommended by a friend of mine and I can recommend it now too. I don't know if it's changed in two years, but when I tried to stay there this year it was fully booked again.
Economic and satisfactory
Submitted by: Donald Devore in 23/05/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
We enjoyed our stay at the Newton. Having never been to New York City before, I did some searching for a hotel in Manhattan, and, obviously, was dismayed at the costs I found. The Newton was reasonable, though. Our room was clean. It was small, especially when you considered we needed a cot for my son. We had requested two beds, but did not get the request, as our room only had one. Thus, the need for the cot. Anyway, if your travels take you to Manhattan and you are on a budget, the Newton is a great place to stay. Many nice restaurants within walking distance, and Central Park is right around the corner. The hotel staff were very friendly, and gave us many tips about getting around New York.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Newton Hotel

Nice Hotel in GREAT Location!!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Three of us just got back from New York, and we really liked the Newton. The best part of the Hotel is location - the 95th/Broadway area is VERY convienent, just a short subway ride to almost anywhere, though it is more fun to take the #104 bus which constantly runs up and down Broadway. The nearby restaurants are great, especially the diner right next to the hotel (that can handle a room service order). The staff was very friendly, and knowing that they were doing elevator repair, booked my two older friends on a lower floor. My room was on the top (9th floor) and I shared a bathroom, which was no problem was so ever. VERY CLEAN! In fact, the whole place (including the basement where we left some luggage) was spotless!!!My room was a bit small, as was my friends twin rooms, though nothing like other closets we have been stuck with.
Everything worked well.The Newton will be my first choice whenever I come back to New York.

t look any further the Hotel Newton is just right!

from A TripAdvisor Member
The reviews are true the Hotel Newton is a wonderful place! We payed 89.95$US a night plus taxes, a price I got on (cheaper that which, like one previous reviewer wrote it is much cheaper to book online than by calling the hotel directly. The rooms are clean, spacious and most of all free from bugs and any other unimaginable things that would ruin your holidays. I was travelling with 3 other adults and the rooms were spacious and the beds were very comfortable and linen was changed daily. I was petrified to read that in most hotels it is advisable to bring your own linen so I made sure I thoroughly inspected the linen and room as we entered it!. The hotel is about a 2 minute walk to the 96th subway. Across the road is Mc Donalds, taco bell, dunkin donuts and various other stores including grocery stores. Central Park is only a 10 min walk away. My only problem with the hotel is the room we were in was very hot with the heater on, so in the middle of winter we had to turn the air conditioner on to cool us down. This air conditioner wouldn't be very good in the summer as it was barely doing a good job for us! It is loud I have to admit but this is a minor problem that isn'tworthwhile complaining about in my opinion. I will however mention that the staff were very friendly except for one man by the name of Charles (I think) he was quite rude. I only delt with him because we ended up staying another night and he had the nerve to want to charge me an additonal 10$ for booking with the hotel directly. Besides that his attitude stank and he wasnt very friendly either. When I go back to New York I will most definetly stay there again and recommend it to anyone wanting a decent hotel, at an affordable price and close to the subway.

Good Value for Money

from Stan_Guilfoyle_2004
Stayed there with my wife for 5 nights at the end of Jan - didn't expect too much and was pleasantly surprised by the size of the room.
Had booked a 1 bed queen room but was given a 2 bed queen room. Decor was fine, we were at the front of hotel on broadway - bit noisy for the first nite but u get used to it and shouldnt expect anything less in NYC ! Rooms got pretty hot with the c.heating and we had to call a guy to fix our radiator after the heat went off but he came within 15 mins and all was then okay. Great location on express 2 & 3 subway lines - front desk staff not the friendliest (not the chattiest !) although being Irish, we probably compared them to the way we are dealt with by hotel staff over here. Recommend u book on the hotel web site as sites like expedia and are much more expensive for a nightly rate.
Key West Diner next door is ideal for brekkie. All in all, I would give 7.5 out of 10.

Exceeded My Expectations

from G_Explorer
Great Deal! The hotel quality exceeded my expectations when I stayed there. This hotel is currently rated 2 stars. My first time at a 2 stars type hotel in NYC. I usually stay at 3 plus types for the past 10 yrs in NYC. It's 2 stars because of the limited service (e.g. No Bellman). BUT the room was definitely a 3 plus stars type room. Clean and comfortable room. Nice room furniture and decoration. Lots of dining places in the area. Pharmacy and Starbucks are across the street. Subway is a block away. Walking distance to Uptown shopping (80's St.). Taxi to Midtown Manhattan is about $8. I'll definitely be back again. I highly recommend this place if the price is about $100 or below (US) per night.

clean ,great location

from A TripAdvisor Member
my wife and I stayed right before thanksgiving, great location half a block from 96th station(express train) so even though you were uptown ,10 min. to times square,our room was smalland had a shared bath but both where clean good value would stay here again

Great Value, terrific place

from A TripAdvisor Member
Given the price everything about the hotel and neighborhood exceeded expectations. The staff were helpful, the room on the second floor was clean and adequate. The restaurant next door was inepexsive for breakfast. Public transportation was steps away from the hotel.

t wait to stay here again!

from audreehep
We stayed three nights at the Hotel Newton for our first ever trip to NYC and it was perfect. The neighborhood is great - quiet, not too touristy, with lots of shops, restaurants and newsstands. And an express subway stop is a block away, so you can be in Times Square in less than 10 minutes. The staff was polite, our room was enormous, quiet and very clean. We had absolutely no problems with this hotel and will definitely be staying here again!

Good Value

from A TripAdvisor Member
We chose to stay at Hotel Newton because I ran the New York Marathon and it is a few blocks from the finish. It was ideal for that, although the roof party behind the hotel the night before the marathon was not at all helpful & there was nothing the management could do! But the things that are in the control of the management went well, the room was clean and comfortable, the bathroom spotless and the staff very helpful. Very handy for the metro too. Although a little away from the main attractions the metro gets you there very quickly & efficiently. I would recommend booking on the net though as the price I heard quoted to callers was quite a bit more than we paid.

Good but noisy

from A TripAdvisor Member
Everything you've read here about the Newton is true: clean, safe, great location, fantastic rate, friendly staff. However, room doors are not noise-proof so you are sure to experience every door bang, scream, noisy neighbor and vaccum cleaner running in front of your room. If you need a good night rest to enjoy NY next morning, you may want to consider some other place.

Newton Great location

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at the Newton end of September and had a great time. I got a room with a shared bath, and even though shared it I never saw the other person and the bathroom was kept spotless. I was a bit reluctant as a female travelling alone to share a bathroom, but no problems. My one complaint was that the door itself only locked from the inside with one of those "hotel latches" that go across the door; so the door could still be open by someone with a key at least a few inches. Not a good thing!! The room itself was fine. Very clean. The staff was extremely friendly. The elevator was out when i got there (and yes the elevator sucked) I was on the 6th floor and usually just used the stairs. When I arrived they graciously offered to carry my luggage up the 6 flights...impressive. I would definitely stay with them again. The location and price couldnt be beat..the subway was right out the door along with great delis and coffee shops. sigh I miss ny already!!!

Top Local Tips for New York City

cab ride from La Guardia If you're taking a cab from La Guardia, be sure to take the Triborough Bridge over the Queensborough, a difference of about $7.

Hotel Newton to Laguardia To go to La Guardia from the Hotel Newton, take the subway on Broadway - the 96th street stop is a block from the door - to 125th street and catch the M60 bus at Amsterdam and 125th. The fare is eight quarters or a swipe of the transit card you can buy.

Subway Pass Get a subway pass for sure!! 24$ for 7 days even though we were there for only 4 was stilll wroth it!


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  • Address: 2528 Broadway - New York City - New York - 10025 - United States
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