Oakwood at The Nash Hotel, New York, United States. Rates from USD116

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Oakwood at The Nash Hotel

Address : 222 East 39th Street, New York, NY, 10016, United States
Book online or call US: 1-866-332-3590
UK: +44 (0)203 564 2773EU: 00-800-97-33-42-26
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Hotel information

"... love the location, staff is friendly and helpful, garage parking is right next door; no complaints about cleanliness ..."
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The All Suite hotel Eastgate Tower is set in a modern but quiet location of New York City, close to the Grand Central Station, the United Nations and various fashionable shopping centers. It unites the charm of the residential area of Murray Hill with the convenience of Manhattan.

The elegantly decorated lobby welcomes you on the arrival. It is an ideal place for gathering just before starting your day.

Our professional team at the reception will assist with any special arrangements and will help you with information about city tourist attractions and events.

The restaurant Il Sogno will surprise you with a delicious dinner which can be served on the open-air large patio.

Hotel facilities

24-hour fitness facilities - Free Wi-Fi - Self parking (surcharge) - Dry cleaning/laundry service - Smoke-free property - Rooftop terrace - Concierge services - Elevator/lift - Accessible parking

Guest reviews

Oakwood at The Nash Traveler Rating
4 out of 5 Based on 449 ratings
Hotel Condition : 3.86
Room Cleanliness : 4.20
Hotel Service : 4.27
Room Comfort : 4.26
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Jean Olsen from Greenwood Lake, US
stayed in July, 2009
Guest Score: 10 (out of 10)
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Anonymous from NSW, AU
stayed in June, 2009
Guest Score: 8.5 (out of 10)
Anonymous from upstate NY, US
stayed in February, 2009
Guest Score: 0 (out of 10)
I disliked:
However, this visit we found: the first room we went to smelled strongly of smoke - on a no-smoking floor! We were moved and found the second room smelled faintly of smoke. OK, we stayed. Room had definitely gone downhill since our first visit two months ago: comfy armchair had been removed from the room; no wastebaskets except in kitchen and bathroom; a glass from the kitchen was full of dishwashing liquid (found out after I took a swig of milk); And this is the real dealbreaker for future visits: the bed was unbelievably hard, which we didn't find out until we went to bed late Friday night. I don't mean uncomfortable, I mean HARD AS A ROCK! My husband and I spent two sleepless nights on that bed. Too bad, we thought we had found our favorite hotel in NYC. I don't know if they are under new management, but this experience was very different from the first.
Frank from Paris, FR
stayed in November, 2008
Guest Score: 8 (out of 10)
I disliked:
Bathroom though clean a bit old and shower was a bit weak.