The 414 Hotel

, New York City, United States
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The 414 Hotel

, New York City
2 star

Rooms: 22

414 West 46th Street - New York City - New York - 10036 - United States Hotel Website | | 2123990006
288 Traveller

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Great place to stay
Submitted by: Anita in 19/07/07
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
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We stayed there for a night. The location of the hotel was excellent and its really close to all the tourist attractions. We had a fantastic time. The room is big for NY and very clean. We even got quite nice breakfast. The price of the hotel is great for the area. Will for sure stay here again next time. -a tip- we drove to NYC and had to park our car in a garage, we discovered later, the parking rate is way cheaper on those garage near the west express way.

Historical Traveller Reviews of The 414 Hotel

Mixed Feelings About This One

from A TripAdvisor Member
The concept of a B&B in the City is an interesting one, however, the clientele during our stay wasn't "up" on the etiquette that should be extended in such a small setting. We felt like we were living in a college dorm with people slamming doors, laughing, stomping their feet going up and down the stairs, at all hours of the night. These people belong in large hotels. Perhaps "quiet please" signs in the halls would help.

We were also concerned about being asked for our driver's licenses upon checking in, even though we prepaid and provided a credit card for incidentals. They were photocopied. With all the identity theft going on these days, this was a little disconcerting.

We would probably pass on another stay.

414 Inn - not bad!

from Tex805
We stayed here for six nights in December 2004. The clientele book mostly via the web, usually using hotels. There are a fair number of international visitors, as well as folks who would have been in youth hostels a few years ago. The location is great - just west of Ninth. The buffet breakfast is OK - but be warned, the eats go fast! The stairway is steep (OSHA compliant?) and there is no elevator - be warned again. The rooms are SMALL, but clean. Somehow, the same level of cleanliness does not apply to the stairway carpets or the "lobby" (I use the term loosely). The staff said they planned to renovate the lobby after Christmas (it needs it badly!). The radiator in the bedroom had no controls, so we had to open the window to cool things down (in December!). One bar of soap to schlep between the sink and the shower.

Bottom line, a reasonable value (NYC hotel prices have gone through the roof lately). Would we stay there again? No, thanks.

Surprise, surprise!

from midgetmama
In the past I've stayed at the Skyline and Warwick hotels in NYC and had great experiences. I like to try something different every visit, and this time I was short on money but taking my sister, so I wanted her to have a good room. After reading all the great reviews of 414 on here I booked without hesitation, although I'm not crazy about the Hell's Kitchen area. They called to confirm the day before I left which has never happened at the other hotels. My hotels in the past have taken up quite a bit of space and been impossible to miss, so when I arrived at 414 and saw nothing more than a small door I knew I was in for something different. We had to buzz in to enter which I've never done before. I was horrified by the dark "lobby" which is really just a desk and a couple of chairs. They wouldn't let us check in early but said we could store our bags there while we go out. They didn't have an actual luggage storage area. Instead she told us to leave our bags by the door, and she gave us a colored sticker to stick on them. I don't know what the point of this was. When we finally did check in we just took the bags without being asked anything. The staircase up to the room was dark and narrow. I was scared of what I would when I finally entered the room but was really finding it all quite humorous that my sister was experiencing the sterotypical ghettoness of New York for her first trip. The hallway was so dim, only lit by a light bulb on each floor. However, when I entered the room I was so impressed. It was small but spacious enough for us. I searched around for bugs or mice or blood stains or some other disgusting thing but found nothing. The bed was extremely comfortable. The staff was all very friendly. Most of the things they advertise that come in the rooms aren't actually in there. You have to call down to the lobby and they will bring them to you. We were always greeted with a smile and offered friendly conversation by the front desk, and even the maids. Although I loved the buidlings in the area, I felt a little scared walking alone with my sister at night. After dark there were a lot of restaurants on the street, each one with one person just hanging out in front. However, this is just a fear I have in any American city, including my own (but I don't walk here, so it's not a problem). My impressions of the hotel went from disappointed to disgusted to being excited to return. It's not a high-class, upscale hotel, but it was by far my favorite room and the best service I have encountered at any New York hotel.

Great Little Spot

from toela
Stayed at the 414 Inn,Nov 10,11,12,13.
I Have used tripadvisor many times to choose my hotels, and once again was pleased with my choice. The reviews were right on.This is a quiet, small hotel with great staff,and the location could not be better, so central.We were on the forth floor and as mentioned before there is no elevator,it didn't bother us but some people wouldn't like it. The rooms were large and very clean. We used the fireplace sitting/lobby area alot to have a drink together at the end of the day. Breakfast was great. My only complaint was the smell of cigarette smoke that sometimes came out of the vent in the bathroom? I just closed the bathroom door before we went to bed and the room was fine, and it certainly would not keep me from staying here again. I couldn't believe how friendly the people of NY are, and very helpful, especially in the subway, for train info. The subway is the best way to get around and it doesn't take long to figure it out. Go see the city and have a great time, we did! and we can't wait to go back.

Superb !!!!!!

from minx80
What a Fantastic find - PERFECT LOCATION only 2 blocks from Times Square, GREAT ROOMS -spacious and clean and EXCELLENT STAFF very helpful and friendly. There is a vey relaxed atmosphere at breakfast crossiants, bagles, muffins and cereals and complimentary tea and coffee !!! The rooms are stylish (not a bit of floral chintz to be seen) and comfy beds. The staff were most helpful and we will definatley be returning !!

The Good and The Bad

from Thewex
Here's the low-down:
The Good: Located in the former 'Hell's Kitchen', now trendy restaurants row and theatre district. Friendly Staff. Nice Sized Rooms for NYC. Complimentary breakfast with cereal, croisants, juice and coffee.

The Bad: Street Noise at night from garbage trucks and restaurant deliveries. No Elevator. Bad TV reception. No Luggage storage room. King Size bed is really two twins with ridge down the middle.

In Summary: For the money, you can't really complain because of the location near Times Square and the included breakfast and overall service. Just don't be expecting more than the three star hotel rating allows.

Really great boutique hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed here for four nights in October and had a great time. The location is excellent -- perfectly situated for Theatre and dining. And if you're into walking (as we are), well, it's in the middle of the city.

The staff is very nice and the rooms are relatively roomy and very clean (just make sure you get up before 1pm -- the cleaning staff is not onsite 24 hours). What more can you ask for? Great value with respect to the area. Highly recommended!

Good value for money

from Moriarty
This hotel is good value for money in a convenient location especially for restaurants and the theatre district. The rooms are well furnished, well decorated and clean with excellent bathrooms but accessed by a narrow staircase. The entrance lobby is rather worn but don't be put off! The 'serve yourself' breakfast was good and the staff are very helpful - especially Mike.

Great Hotel

from Shirl
The 414 Inn was a great find, and the positive reviews already detailed are an accurate reflection of this hotel. It is ideally situated being a 5-10 min walk from Times Square, and is in the heart of Restaurant Row, giving you the best of both worlds. The rooms are well proportioned, and the standard was well above average. The fresh croissants and bagels in the morning were also a very nice touch.

The only reason i didn't rate this hotel as excellent was due to the telephone system. For some reason calls could not be put through to my room, but apart from that i would definately stay at the 414 Inn again. Book early as it is a popular place.

A Gem in NYC

from A TripAdvisor Member
August 2004 - We just got back from our 4 night stay at 414 Inn, a lovely small hotel in the theatre district. We arrived in the city at 2 am and walked up 8th av thinking twice about the location. Then we turned right on 46th and landed in a charming neighborhood. A couple of blocks along "restaurant row" and we were there.

Our room was clean and quiet, decorated in a pleasant modern style with crisp white linens and down comforter. Bathrooms are spacious. A nice continental breakfast is served in the lobby each morning (you can take breakfast out to the courtyard in the back to eat alfresco).

The staff could not have been nicer or more helpful.
All this for a reasonable price. My husband and I highly recommend this gem of a hotel.

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  • Address: 414 West 46th Street - New York City - New York - 10036 - United States
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