Night Hotel NYC

, New York City, United States
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Night Hotel NYC

, New York City

Rooms: 67

132 W 45th St - New York City - New York - 10036 - United States | 212/921-7600
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A dreamy Night in New York

from leeleebean
If you are looking for a quiet, cozy, comfortable, centrally located, stylish space, this small boutique hotel is for you. The customer service is outstanding from the glass of complimentary wine offered the moment we walked in the door to the friendly "hello"s and "have a lovely day"s every time we passed through the lobby to the unjudgemental, speedy service when a glass of wine was accidentally spilled in our room. We requested an upper floor room not facing 45th Street and were amazed at the absolute silence once the door was closed. While the room is small (it's NYC after all!), it is extremely well laid out and was more than adequate. Plus the bed and bedding were some of the most comfortable around...what a great night's sleep at Night! As former New Yorkers and people who love the city, we will absolutely be returning for another wonderful stay.

t make!

from A TripAdvisor Member
As a courtesy for my out of town guests I booked and held a room with my credit card number. The hotel charged my card for my guests stay, and after 5 phone calls I still have not been able to sort this situation out. AmEx believes I owe them over $1600 for rooms I never stayed in. Be careful here, their billing is a mess!

Night is a stylish boudoir of a hotel

from CMP146
We decided to stay at a fun boutique hotel- and Night definitely fit the bill. The dark moody ambiance with the black/charcoal/white pallet were amazingly simple and sleek. Definitely NOT child friendly, this is the perfect place for a romantic get away weekend for adults. My husband and I felt a bit out of place with our sneakers and cameras in the very hip surroundings, but it was definitely fun.

The beautiful staff was friendly and helpful, supplying us with tourist guide information and offering maps. We also got a complimentary glass of wine when we came in at 5:00 to change.

The room was well appointed, although small like other big city hotels we have stayed. The bed was nice and soft with a fluffy duvet cover, and the towels were plentiful and very fluffy. The bathroom was a wet mess, however, with no shower curtain and just a small glass wall. Fortunately, the towels were up to the task. The soaps and shampoos were also quite nice and luxurious, and there were plenty of hangers in the small closet, along with very nice comfortable robes. We found the large (large enough for two) umbrella in the room particularly handy in the downpours that occurred during our trip, too.

No Room At The Inn?

from A TripAdvisor Member
I booked this hotel online with the Night directly. Imagine my surprise when I got there and they didn't have my reservation. Luckily, I had printed out my confirmation information and hence had proof that I had booked it.

They set me up at their sister property, the Time, for one night and booked me in for the second night at the Night. (Now, if I was lugging lots of luggage and/or children, this would have been a huge hassle. Although they did offer to pay cab fare there and back.)

The second night I was upgraded to a King room at the front of the hotel. Non-heavy sleepers - be warned. This location is VERY noisy. I could sleep through the noise, but I'm pretty sure 70-80% of America could not.

The bed and sheets were very comfortable. The decor was as everyone has described it. One additional note - the shade of grey that was used in the background of the carpeting makes the carpet look a little dirty, even when it's not.

Excellent location, as many have stated.

As a side note, at the Time, the showers are identical but they've added a curtain rod with a curtain to control the water from flowing into the bathrooms; I imagine the Night will also do so in the near future.

Why bother

from A TripAdvisor Member
If you’re 28 and want to feel like you’re with it, the Night will be a great spot. Dark, moody and the last place you'll want to stay on business, more Night is a place to flop and party. The whole experience was one tedious bore. Another attempt at the “boutique” look, the Night is so over designed I felt as if I was living a a design student's MFA portfolio. Maybe after a few drinks the intent will work some magic, otherwise it’s a bunch of dark corridors we’ve seen before. Yes, the staff was helpful, the doorman did his job. My room had vivid black and white wallpaper that kept me up at night, a shower that spilled gallons of water on the floor and enough chrome and black to bring Halston back from the dead. Clearly the idea for Night was to attract people who have never stayed in a boutique hotel, or to gasp a last breath of the whole over-designed look--but why bother, it was a bad dreary night. Too much, too little space, the last thing the room needed was a chair and ottoman, never mind the silly fridge tucked under a table with a cloth over it. The AC rattled away all night at Night. And beware of the elevator---you’ll have a nice wait no matter what floor you’re on. It’s a shame really—but others do it better. If you want a great “night” in NY, stay at the City Club around the corner--same price and designed for adults.

A work in progress

from jlc4
You can't beat the location (especially for the price), but it's still in progress. The staff was friendly and responsive, but...When I arrived at about 5pm the queen room I reserved wasn't ready, so I was put in a full room (at a reduced rate) - it was little, but the bed comfortable. The next night I was moved into a king room (still at the reduced rate). It was a much more comfertable size (i.e. one could walk around the bed).

The bathrooms did remind me of those I'd come across in Sweden - the water got all over the bathroom and there were no washcloths (unintentionally). There were also some plumbing problems in the bathroom.

Despite all this, I liked the Night hotel and will stay there again. The staff was attentive and unpretentious, the location fantastic and I liked the cocoon-like feeling of the rooms.

Very Bad Hotel in New York

from A TripAdvisor Member
I don't see how people can like staying in this hotel.

It looks like a 1980's pimp hotel. The color decoration is black, black, black..oh yes..and black. So all day you get gloom just off time square. The service is one of the worst I have yet come across - rude, haughty and unhelpful.

The rooms...does "shoebox size" ring a bell, the air con is loud, and unless you are a goth into all black rooms with no windows I don't think u will like it.

My advice, go look elsewhere.

t wait to stay at Night again!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I just returned home from one of the best stays that I have ever had in NYC. I have been there on both business and pleasure and have stayed at a number of hotels. I would have to stay that the most enjoyable of them all was Night. The decor is edgy and fun. The rooms were comfortable and the beds were fabulous. The best feature, however was the staff. The bellmen were very helpful, the front desk staff were welcoming and even remembered my name each time I came back "home"! The bar staff made me feel welcome when I wanted a glass or two of wine after a long hard day's work. And most of all, the night manager Steve was very nice and helpful as well. I will recommend this to everyone that goes to NY and will definitely be returning on my next trip.

Decent Rate

from Theate3541
Night is not necessarily a bad hotel, but it is far from a great one – and definitely not up to the par that its website seems to try to portray it as. For example, room service is not done 24 hours, and the restaurant downstairs is expensive, uncomfortable, and has a menu that I thought was a joke when I first saw it.

My room, queen bedded, was comically small (listed at 215 sq ft, perhaps a bit smaller). Design wise it was nice, but not really practical. The mini-bar jutted out in the middle of the room (as mentioned by another reviewer), and even worse, the hotel has yet to install safes in all the rooms (mine included). The bathroom was also illogical with a shower that only had a small piece of glass to block stray water (didn’t work), and the shower also didn’t have any kind of shelving/ soap holder type thing, forcing one to leave their soap/ shampoo on the floor.

On the plus side, the bed was very comfortable, the plasma TV and overall look was aesthetically pleasing, and the sheets, towels, and bathrobes are all by Frette.

All these things said, my rate of $239 a night was extremely reasonable for NYC on the nights I was there – however if I could get a decent rate at the City Club, I’d definitely stay there instead.

Awesome!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at the Night Hotel over Easter; our first trip to NYC. All I have to say is WOW! This place really rocks!

We drove in having just spent the previous work week on business in PA, and MD; where we stayed in chain hotels. All week I had nightmares of the traffic in Manhattan; afraid we wouldn't be able to find the hotel or park the car. (Guess I've seen too many movies!)

My fears were quickly put to rest. We arrived like pros, pulling into a space directly in front of the hotel. I spoke to the bellhop who grabbed his trolley, loaded our luggage and waited patiently as we were kindly checked in, which took all of 3 minutes. The lobby is just as eveyone here has written, very chic, very upscale. For details, you can visit their site online. We went to the bar, ordered some libations and took the elevator to the seventh floor to check out our new digs for the next 4 days.

When I stepped off the elevator on the 7th, I couldn't believe my eyes... what amazing decor.. the carpets, the photgraphs, even the "floating" room numbers... very cool. We stayed in the last room on the left, tucked around the corner in our very own slice of paradise. What a room! Sure, it was small by PA and MD standards, maybe even Montreal standards but the design and the way all the extras fit in, we were extremely pleased.

We sipped our delicious drinks, found an awesome radio station on the powerful in-room Bose stereo system, unpacked a few things, flicked through the channels on the amazing flat screen tv, marvelled at all the funky stuff in the room, and prepared ourselves for the first of 3 evenings out on the town in the greatest city in the world!

After getting some rookie guidance about where to go, what to eat, and how to get around from the super front-desk staff we were off... Time Square is literally 40 steps from the front door of the hotel...

So, a quick review....

Staff: Simply Amazing. Helpful. Friendly. Efficient. Hospitable.
Hotel/Room Amenities: Awesome. Literally a home away from home. If your room doesn't have it, they will find it for you.
Location: This is Key. Close to all the action, yet far enough not to hear the hustle and bustle all night while you're trying to rejuvenate for another day. The metro is very close, had no problem getting around the city and to all the sites. Five minutes walk from amazing restaurant after restaurant, clubs, deli's, pizza joints, and tourist attractions. We felt totally safe, and at home in this area.
Timing: Any time. New York truly is the city "that never sleeps".

All you have to do is enjoy.

We're already planning a mid-summer visit to the faboulous Night Hotel in NYC. But shhhh, don't tell anyone... we want to make sure there's availability there for our next visit!

Top Local Tips for New York City

Statue of Liberty Need to prebook at least 2 days ahead if you want to visit monument and museum

Where to dine in NYC.... Stay away from Times Square!!! It is a huge tourist trap and if you are willing to walk a couple of blocks in almost any direction there are plenty of top notch places to eat that are very very reasonable!!!

11% discount at Bloomingdales and Macy's For international tourists/travellers, if you produce your passport, Bloomingdales and Macy's will issue you a discount card. Check with their Vistior's Centre.

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  • Address: 132 W 45th St - New York City - New York - 10036 - United States
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