- gorgeous suite upgrade
- the views from each of the 2 windows
- comfy heavenly bed
- 2 thermostats
- 2 televisions
- candle with matches in the bathroom along with fresh orchids
- fresh orchids in the sitting area
- rain shower that was so relaxing
- soaking tub
- Hermes bath products
- beautiful lobby and lobby scent amazing
- stellar location
- art work in hotel areas as well as the room itself
- friendly, helpful staff
- big closet space
- Charlie Chaplin movies in the elevator
- welcome gifts of chocolate and gourmet desserts
- plenty of room to walk around in the suite
- apple computers in lobby area
- tissue box not full in bathroom
- television didn't have many channels, and not all were digital
- no coffee or tea maker in the room
45 W 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
4 star hotel
Boutique Style with 398 luxury guest rooms including 52 suites
Location: Broadway - Times Square
Valet Parking for a fee
Free WiFi in public areas and hotel rooms
Pets are allowed, charges may apply
Trip Advisor Ranking 64 of 469 (as of 02/16/16)
Trivago Rating 89 out of 100 (as of 02/15/16)
Price Range $216-$644 us dollars
Hotel prices are at their lowest in the months of January and February; their highest September and October. Sunday nights are the lowest prices for hotel rooms, in most cases. My go to places for checking prices for hotels are Trivago, Trip Advisor, Hotels.com and Travelzoo. I am learning quite a bit about booking hotels during this process of featuring different hotels on this blog.
Always remember to check the hotel's website itself, they are really trying to have you book direct and sometimes offer specials or a discount with AAA that is cheaper than the websites I mentioned above. I am also finding that if you book on your mobile device, you can save some money as well. I actually got a better rate via my mobile phone than using my AAA discount online direct at the hotel. You should really do some research on your price for hotel a few different ways, and ALWAYS book a room that you can cancel, you never know what may happen in the future.
Would I reserve a night at the Sofitel New York again? In a heartbeat, yes! I really loved my stay here, and when I am in the area, need to pop in to see what they scent the lobby with! Each time I came back to the hotel, the smell was so inviting! The location is perfect, and I even found a new diner to enjoy, the Red Flame, for future visits! I also enjoyed breakfast at db Bistro Moderne which was a place I have always wanted to visit.
My rating for this hotel, on a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being perfect in every way, is a 9.
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Disclosure: This stay was paid for by me. I will always state at the end of each review whether my stay was paid for by myself or if I was hosted by the hotel. I will honestly tell you about my experience at this hotel, not being swayed in any way by complimentary services. I know you value my opinion, and it is important to me to be as honest as possible. All opinions are my own. Thank you so much.
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