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New York Marriott Marquis

1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036, United States Access

New York Marriott Marquis

The energy of New York City is iconic and New York Marriott Marquis, a vibrant fixture of Manhattan, brilliantly captures its spirit in modern style. Located on West 46th Street and Broadway, our hotel places guests near NYC's most illustrious attractions, including Times Square, the Theater District, Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall. After an eventful day of sightseeing, retreat to our thoughtfully appointed, spacious accommodations, some of which feature stunning views of Broadway. Dine in our array of restaurants, including New York's only revolving dining destination, where views of Times Square are spectacularly on display. Details like a 24-hour fitness center and all-day in-room dining set the stage for a rejuvenating stay, while our knowledgeable hotel staff is available to help you navigate this ever-evolving city. Encompassing 124,755 square feet of space enhanced by cutting-edge technology, our hotel is also an inspired choice for an event or meeting in Times Square.

Hotel

  • Internet
    FREE WiFi
  • High speed Internet
  • High speed wireless
  • Transportation
    Off-Site parking
  • Valet parking
  • Front desk
    24-hour reception
  • Car rental
  • Check cashing policy
  • Concierge desk
  • Concierge floor
  • Express check-in
  • Express check-out
  • Front desk
  • Video checkout
  • Video review billing
  • Work away
    Business center
  • Business services
  • General
    Direct dial telephone
  • Interior corridors
  • Non-smoking rooms
  • Public area air conditioned
  • Hotel service
    ATM/Cash machine
  • Boarding pass print-out available
  • Currency exchange
  • Dry cleaning
  • FREE newspaper in lobby
  • Full service housekeeping
  • Hair dryer
  • Housekeeping daily
  • Ironing board
  • Laundry/Valet service
  • Safe deposit box
  • Security
  • Shoe shine stand
  • Valet cleaning
  • Wakeup service
  • Outlets
    Barber shop
  • Beauty shop/salon
  • Bookstore
  • Drugstore/pharmacy
  • Florist
  • Gift/News stand
  • Vending machines
  • Accessible
    Accessible facilities
  • Elevators
  • Events
    Meeting rooms
  • Wedding services
  • Green facilities
    Low carbon footprint control

Recreation

  • Wellness
    Health club
  • Spa
  • Steam room
  • Fitness
    Exercise gym
  • Fitness center
  • Gym

Food and Drink

  • Meal plan
    Buffet breakfast
  • Continental breakfast
  • Full american breakfast
  • Hot breakfast
  • Special attention
    FREE in-room coffee/tea
  • Services
    Executive floor
  • Room service
  • Kitchen facilities
    Ice machine
  • Outlets type
    Cocktail lounge
  • Cocktail lounge with entertainment
  • Cocktail lounge with light fare
  • Coffee shop
  • Food and beverage outlets
  • Lounges/Bars
  • Restaurant

Breakfast

  • Continental breakfast
  • Buffet breakfast
  • Hot breakfast
  • Full american breakfast

House policy

  • Check-in Time: 16:00
  • Check-out Time: 12:00

Cancel policy
Cancel policy may be more restrictive based on rate / room booked, season, special events

Travel with others

Children policy
1 kid ages 1 or under stays FREE

Payment type

      

Language spoken

  • English

Welcome capacity

  • Number of Meeting Rooms: 82
  • Number of Sleeping Rooms: 1966
  • Largest Meeting Room Size: 28258 sq. ft.
  • Largest Meeting Room Capacity: 2800

Parking

  • Off-Site parking
  • Valet parking

Amenities

  • Ethernet connectivity
  • Computer
  • Network/internet printing available
  • Post/parcel service
  • Fax machine
  • Fee charged for first page of outgoing fax
  • Business center
  • Telephone
  • On-site business center is staffed
  • Printer
  • Copier
  • Overnight delivery/pickup
  • Fee charged for first page
  • On-site business center
  • Meeting facilities
  • Voicemail

Environment

Property's Green Action

We set goals and policies to reduce energy and water consumption, catalyze our progress and review our performance. We also collaborate with suppliers to provide products that conserve energy, reduce and divert waste and are comprised of more sustainable materials. We encourage sustainability in our kitchens through actions such as purchasing organic and responsibly sourced food, planting herb gardens, sourcing cage-free eggs and sourcing seafood caught in a sustainable manner and recycling cooking oil.


  •  Low carbon footprint control

Most helpful reviews 9 439 reviews

onyx7591
1 year ago – Google

10

Amazing hotel. I wish I would have remembered the name of the 2 front desk women that helped us get checked in. They were Jamaican and extremely nice. The rooms are amazingly spacious. The fact that every couch in the room had a pull out bed in them means you can definitely have at least 3 to 4 people per room. It was clean and the staff were all friendly. I can easily recommend this hotel to anyone that wants a good experience in the city without all the noise. Oh and before I forget, the view was great from the 32nd floor.

fairytail4life Nalu
1 year ago – Google

10

1st, location is amazing, our room looked down on time square, gorgeous view. The room was spacious, clean, lovely with a great bathroom & TV. We loved the layout, the internal glass elevator was great fun. Thrilling & fast. The breakfast was gorgeous, great selection, the blintz was yum. And finally staff are so important & here the Marquis excelled, they were excellent, knowledgeable, helpful & just lovely. Will stay again & will recommend to others

Alan Powell
1 year ago – Google

9

Absolutely fabulous hotel in down town New York. Great architecture and superbly decorated. Lots of friendly helpful employees. We went there for dinner at The View but also had time to just look around and were wonderfully pleased with what we saw. Unfortunately we had booked rooms at the Downtown Marriott, which was also nice but the Marquis is much more upscale. I can't review rooms but can say that on our next trip to New York it will be here or the Algonquin ( both Marriott hotels ).

Marty Garcia
1 year ago – Google

7

This is right in the heart of Time Square and I loved it. I especially like when a hotel has a lounge. I will say there were quite a few times where I needed a place to work and couldn’t find a quiet spot other than my hotel room.. which is fine if you’re by yourself, but not with coworkers. The lobby was noisy and the only areas we could find ended up being “closed” for private engagements. Rooms were nice and the views were cool too. Right in the theater district, and plenty to do.

B. Gold
2 years ago – Google

10

If you want to wake up in a city that never sleeps there is no better place than splendid New York Marriott Marquis. Grandiose, majestic, 2000 rooms, fabulous rotating restaurant ‘View’ to admire mesmerizing Big 🍎scenery and romantic sunset while enjoying lush cocktail. Located 1 minuet from Times Square close to many attractions, numerous shops, restaurants and theatre district. Room was big, bed comfy, superb view, meticulous room service. Fast check in and check out, polite, courteous staff provided exceptional service. Place fit for King where everyone gets Royal treatment. Luxury at its bests. Star spreading the news... You leaving today...l wanna be part of it... New York, New York...

c j
2 years ago – Google

10

I've stayed at this hotel a couple times now and it's always been a very pleasant experience. It's a very large hotel, but the staff is very friendly, accommodating and is always around. The hotel is in the heart of Times Square so there is no shortage of things to do and places to eat, but there's a lot do do inside the hotel as well. The rooms are big and always clean. Its a pleasure to stay here.

Anil Jawanee
2 years ago – Google

10

Amazing view of Times Square and the city! The windows are soundproof so you don't hear any of the noise from outside. The staff was very nice and helpful. The hotel is clean and well maintained. Our room is large and comfortable.

Allen B
2 years ago – Google

9

Another outstanding hotel from the Marriott Chain located directly in Times Square. It hosts a lounge that overlooks the Square and also the "View" restaurant and lounge. The View rotates at the top of the hotel and provides picturesque views of the NYC skyline. I recommend arriving a half hour before sunset because the transition to the nighttime skyline is gorgeous. This hotel is trendy and modern with a layout like a mall. Location is key with this hotel.

Austin Pernell
2 years ago – Google

8

Great location central to many things. Very cool views of Times Square. The rooms are quite large and have a very good sized bathroom. I stayed for a conference and got a reduced rate, but it was still quite expensive. You can definitely find cheaper rates for similar attributes.

Donald Woodring
2 years ago – Google

9

The Marriott Marquis is a great place to stay in the middle of Times Square. It is one of the biggest hotels I have ever stayed at and it has everything from restaurants, convenient stores, Broadway Plays box office, travel agency and more. It's very clean, spacious with views overlooking Times Square. I attached a couple pictures from right outside the hotel where the play Hamilton is still selling out and the family we visited New York with went to see Hamilton. I also included pictures that includes the views from our window. One of the locations is The NFL Experience and another is Frozen, a play that we will be attending later this summer.

Christo Meid
2 years ago – Google

10

We came here for the rotating restaurant with a view, which requires that you have a cocktail. When we took a look at the buffet, which cost $40, we decided we actually would eat because the quality and variety of food at the buffet was excellent: nice hard cheeses, 15+ gourmet salads, and I don't remember how many hot dishes. And remember, $40 for a good meal in NYC is actually not bad. Service: top of the line, friendly, classy, excellent. To top it all, the view is amazing. We even got lucky and saw fireworks. I'm going back the next time I'm in NYC.

Kenny Jay
2 years ago – Google

9

What a nice place. You get a view from the clear elevators it was pretty cool and they were fast too. Our room was very nice the bathroom was quite spacious. Lets not forget its right in the center of everything so the view was awesome. Love that its walking distance to literally everything.

Scott Elliott
2 years ago – Google

10

So here was our situation - family of five driving up the East Coast (Philly to Boston) visiting colleges and the kids had never been to NYC. I wanted them to have the full blown Times Square experience, so I ponied up for the Marriott Marquis. Totally worth it. This is one of the biggest Times Square hotels with a great location in the middle of everything. Convenient to Broadway shows, walkable to Central Park and other sites and easy to use the subway to navigate to places farther out. It wasn't cheap but it was fun just to see the kids faces when the set foot in Times Square and to let them have the experience of staying in a nice NYC hotel in the heart of it all. This was two years ago in June of 2016 and they still talk about it as one of their favorite trips. If you are sightseeing in NYC, I say spend the money for a good hotel like this, especially if you are just there for a couple of days. Cut costs elsewhere. (We stayed in cheaper hotels in Philly and Boston, for example.)

Amanda Souders
2 years ago – Google

10

Wow, what a fantastic time we had staying at the Marriott Marquis! So many wonderful people working here: Sue at the front desk who helped us upgrade to an amazing room (view of the Times Square NYE ball and - I swear - The Statue of Liberty.) The bellmen and door staff were so kind and accommodating, getting us ponchos for a rainy day. Derrick and Charlie in the concierge lounge were wonderful. And Patricia sent some much-appreciated treats to our room. The beds were comfy, the rooms were perfect, and we are very grateful to be Marriott Platinum Elite members.

J. M. Marcovecchio
2 years ago – Google

10

It’s a superb location and within walking distance from many a thing. Unlike many hotels in NYC, the staff is really friendly and try everything to make you feel at home. The staff again is multilingual and I remember a customer being helped in Chinese by a water who was very helpful. It’s above the average in terms of price but still worth it. It’s comfortable and beyond any expectations.

Kristy Berlin
2 years ago – Google

9

Excellent go to spot for meeting up with people, or just enjoying after dinner drinks. They 8th floor lobby is our go to meeting point when in midtown. Love taking friends to the revolving restaurant to have cheese and wine and enjoy incredible sunsets! Must do when in the area at night. Do it especially if you are a local, fun treat!

Weichen Yan
2 years ago – Google

7

Nice hotel, very centrally located. They also host many events in their event rooms. Good catering every time I’ve been there for events. Last weekend we had visitors staying there so went for breakfast. The eggs were cooked well and they kept filling our coffee, juices and water which was nice.

Sandra Williamson
2 years ago – Google

10

Our favorite NYC hotel & they have new (for that hotel alone) vacation club! It's a 3 night stay & instead of normal rate, it's total of $399!!! So reasonably priced! What a surprise! If elite status, because lounge is closed weekends, we were offered room with a view- fabulous+ & makeup in other ways for it being closed. Elevator system is awesome! Enter floor desired upon entering elevator area, it tells you quickly what lettered elevator to enter & it takes you quickly to that floor without entry of any further info. I have never mentioned elevator system in my life but it's exceptional & otherwise, it's a wonderful hotel & every inch I saw had attention to detail- I enjoy their detailed approach. This hotel has it all- location's superb!

Cassandra Sternberg
2 years ago – Google

8

So far our experience here has been very good. We have encountered many different staff members of different jobs, and they have all been above and beyond courteous and kind. We did have to wait a long time for our room. We checked in at 10 and the room wasn't ready till after 5. Also not all the rooms have mini fridges which was very surprising. Honestly any of the things are just inconveniences and don't reflect badly on the personnel. It is clean and quiet. Would definitely stay here again.

daiseyeyes12
2 years ago – Google

9

Fantastic hotel with great views!! Smack dab on Time's Square!! The View restaurant, on the 48th floor of the Marriott Marquis hotel features the only revolving restaurant in NYC !! Phenomenal dining experience, featuring breath taking views of this vibrant city! The View bar and lounge is not too be missed for a nice night cap, or a leisurely cocktail. Featuring great city skyscraper views!!

Shannon Dailey
2 years ago – Google

8

Very nice hotel. Staff very friendly and knowledgeable of the area. They offered great suggestions for things to do and places to eat. Rooms were extremely clean. Wonderful view of the city and room was a nice size space. The only reason why I did not do 5 stars is the hotel overall is a bit dated. Other than the location of the hotel, there was no wow factor about the actual hotel and room.

Maryann Fang
2 years ago – Google

6

Hardware of the hotel is all right. Location Is excellent. But there is room to improve service. I requested a fridge for my room when making reservation, but when I checked in, staff did not say anything about it, I asked about that request and was told they are out of fridge. Staff did not show any care of not being able to fulfill that request or apologize/offer any alternative solution. Then I called Service and I was told I would definitely get a fridge next day when people check out. I called next day for it and was told I will get it within 30 minutes, but it never arrived. Talked to house cleaning lady about it, she said she will follow up with it. After 2 hours still nothing. I called Service again and was told they did not know why I did not receive it but they will check on it. Not sure why it takes multiple contacts with hotel staff on one issue. There was no circling back in communication. If you are out of fridge, please call to let me know instead of just letting me wait and wait. Have a follow-up system internally to ensure the task is executed, if there is difficult to complete the task, communicate with your guest promptly. Show that you care. That would be my recommendation to improve the service of the hotel.

Wendy Brooks
2 years ago – Google

10

We have stayed here on several occasions. Whether you are in New York for business or for pleasure this hotel is located in the center of it all. If you are in NYC to see a Broadway production then this is a great hotel to be in for the duration of your visit. Accommodations are nice and clean, and each time our customer service has been good. Several airline vacation travel services (ex. United) have some great travel packages that always have the Marriott Marquis as their hotel of choice when staying in NYC.

Thomas Broderick
2 years ago – Google

9

Growing up, I had the pleasure of staying here twice: once tagging along on a business trip with my dad and a few years later with my mom. The view is amazing. The breakfast buffet is great. Centrally located. Doesn't disappoint in any way!

Stephan Russo
2 years ago – Google

8

Very nice place, clean room and large, with a view of times square. Your right in the heart of New York City where all the action is. You can walk three blocks in any direction for a restaurant bar Pub or even to see a show. Can be a bit pricey for a room During certain times of the year but well worth it if you want to be in the center of where it's all happening. Service was excellent everyone was very helpful the upstairs rotating bar restaurant is really nice get the cheese platter that's worth it.

Kevin Spencer
2 years ago – Google

9

If anyone is looking for great deals on hotels go to HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the best rates around... We visited the View restaurant via the Marriott Marquis. This was a fantastic, unique experience, and one of the highlights of my trip to New York. Not only was the rotating restaurant unforgettable, but the food was exquisite (huge, unpretentious portions in quite the pretentious setting!) and the service was simply out of this world. I have never visited a restaurant where simply turning my head would result in a waiter immediately offering his assistance (I was only looking for the restroom!). From start to finish, the evening was wonderful. Most recommended.

Gigi B
2 years ago – Google

10

there's a nice lounge on 8th floor overlooking times square. if you're lucky you can get a table along the window and be in view of bright lights of times square. The food was good. we had the Peruvian wings and short rib flat bread. both delicious. their drinks are pricey but that's expected in NYC. perfect place to go to have quiet conversation and relax after a walk in times square

Wisdom Applied
2 years ago – Google

9

This hotel was gorgeous. Very clean and upscale. Great view of times square. It's connected to the lion king show. If you need a car service it's very easy entrance and exit. Great amenities. The gym is very effective. You will love it here.

Laura Young
2 years ago – Google

9

We visited the View restaurant via the Marriott Marquis. This was a fantastic, unique experience, and one of the highlights of my trip to New York. Not only was the rotating restaurant unforgettable, but the food was exquisite (huge, unpretentious portions in quite the pretentious setting!) and the service was simply out of this world. I have never visited a restaurant where simply turning my head would result in a waiter immediately offering his assistance (I was only looking for the restroom!). From start to finish, the evening was wonderful. Most recommended.

Raechel Jones
2 years ago – Google

8

I normally stay at the Marriott Marquis once a year, and it has been 7 years straight. The hotel is very noisy due to construction and because it is so close to Times square. So my advice, if you plan on staying here, you may want to consider booking a room on one of the higher floors - 19th floor onward is good. By the way, they no longer stock shampoos and conditioner in the room, you may want to grab those prior to leaving your shopping area. Overall, if you have a small workshop going on, it is very convenient to have it there. It is a bit expensive compared to other hotels around mid-town but do ask for a corporate discount rate, you may get lucky.

Daniel Hartmann
2 years ago – Google

10

Everything is clean and well organized. Bathrooms are spotless. Food and water at the event are changed regularly. Staff is super courteous; they seem to have a rule that if they male eye contact with you, they must greet you. Elevators are fast and have a great system.

Renee Greene
2 years ago – Google

7

Pricey but luxurious stay in the heart of the Theatre District. Accessible to all the shows and the nightlife of Broadway. Don't like the additional "resort fee" . Found it ridiculous. The food service to the room was delicious and fairly priced. The staff was friendly and helpful. The linens and bed and pillows were so comfy that I had the best nights sleep of the month. Definitely worth the stay.

Samantha Sweeney
2 years ago – Google

9

I had the pleasure of attending the official Grammys after party which was held at this amazing location. I'm guessing the event had about 3,000-5,000 people in attendance, and there was plenty of space for everyone. There were several floors filled with bars and food stations and the lay out of the venue made it convenient and easy to find. The main stage and dance floor made for an excellent concert, and the floor about that provided an amazing view from above. The was a more intimate "jazz club" on a lower floor that was beautiful and cozy. It was an amazing event in an even more amazing space.

Tray Williams
2 years ago – Google

10

Just spent a couple days here. Excellent staff. Bars and Restaurants and food all excellent. Amy Q, who checked us in was fantastic. If you're a Marriott member, you'll like it here.

Mark Greene
2 years ago – Google

9

If anyone is looking for great deals on hotels go to HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the best rates around... It's a bustling full service hotel, but you can't beat the view and accessibility. We paid a little extra for a room facing Times Square and it was worth every penny! We could even see the Statue of Liberty from our room! Can't beat the price for safely parking your vehicle either. We were able to get parked prior to check in and store our bags, leaving us free to see 2 nearby Broadway shows and spend 2 days getting around midtown, theatre district, hells kitchen, etc. on foot. This hotel is perfectly located if you plan to do the same (particularly during the holiday season). Room was clean and staff was friendly, just as you'd expect at a Marriott property. The View is their top floor revolving restaurant and we plan to come back and try it next time.

Michele Sanderlin
2 years ago – Google

9

We had a great stay at the Marriott Marquis. Our room was spacious and beautiful. We were upgraded to a Times Square view which was awesome. The hotel is directly next to the Richard Rodgers theater so it was the perfect hotel for staying in while going to see Hamilton.

Kevin Smith
2 years ago – Google

4

An okay Marriott that pioneered the resurrection of Times Square in the 90's, this hotel has a lobby on the eighth floor designed to reflect the embattled nature of Times Square at the time to keep the lobby off the street pioneering the ground floor for retail. Above its porte cohere is the new, and ugly, Marquis Theater, a conciliation for the loss of two glorious, historic theaters on the site. The ballrooms and conference space are large but ugly and dated. The atrium and interiors with the glass tube elevators add to the impersonal feel of the hotel which is vast. Atop the hotel is a revolving restaurant with great views and outrageous prices and a menu which is pulled from New York favourites pulled from better restaurants below. This is a hotel for conferences and tourists only. There are far better and cheaper hotels in the City. The Marriott East Side in the old Lexington Hotel is far superior and gracious. The staff here are truly some of the best in the City but you are only a number here. Nothing more. Go elsewhere unless you desire crowds, bad architecture, and a vast impersonal space devoid of the City's vibrancy.

Mohssin Bakkali
2 years ago – Google

10

Five stars place, and friendly stuff. Too much action around and very enjoyable to be here. Easy access to everywhere in Manhattan. Big verity of restaurants and fancy stores. You won't regret to be here...

Debra Mynar
2 years ago – Google

10

It's a bustling full service hotel, but you can't beat the view and accessibility. We paid a little extra for a room facing Times Square and it was worth every penny! We could even see the Statue of Liberty from our room! Can't beat the price for safely parking your vehicle either. We were able to get parked prior to check in and store our bags, leaving us free to see 2 nearby Broadway shows and spend 2 days getting around midtown, theatre district, hells kitchen, etc. on foot. This hotel is perfectly located if you plan to do the same (particularly during the holiday season). Room was clean and staff was friendly, just as you'd expect at a Marriott property. The View is their top floor revolving restaurant and we plan to come back and try it next time.

Kellyn McNamara
2 years ago – Google

6

I stayed with my aunt and a friend for one night at the end of September. The location is VERY convenient - like, RIGHT in the middle of it all - the concierge staff was incredibly friendly (outstanding, even), and the hotel itself was architecturally beautiful. All that being said, our room on its own was not horribly impressive! It was relatively small; the "pull out couch" was a twin-size pull out loveseat - which was more comfortable than the two full /queen sized beds (they were hard as rocks), and I couldn't actually tell whether the linens for the sofa bed were used or not - they didn't strike me as "clean", but they weren't obviously dirty. For the price and hype, though, you expect to crawl into clean, soft, comfortable sheets and to have a comforter available as opposed to just the extra sheet and a knit throw. The night we stayed TV service wasn't working; we turned ours on and couldn't figure it out, but I'd remembered hearing the woman at concierge telling several guests that the TVs weren't working and that they were trying to fix it when we checked in. We only stayed for a night, so it's not like we needed it, but after getting home from a concert in Brooklyn we thought it'd be nice to watch some late-night. There also seemed to be water sitting in the tub when we first arrived - I didn't use it, and elected to shower at the hotel we stayed at on our way home the next night. We were in a rush to leave when we first checked in so I didn't have time to address it with the staff, and my aunt showered and my friend took a bath during our stay and didn't complain about the draining being a problem. Bottom-line: when you're a tourist in NYC and you get back to your hotel, you just want to relax. While you wouldn't think the finer conditions of that R&R should matter much after walking around the city all day and riding public transportation half the night, it did for me, and it wasn't much of a "kick back and relax" experience.

Paul Fleischman
2 years ago – Google

9

Met some family members who were staying here for brunch in The View restaurant on the 48th floor. And you definitely get a view. The restaurant completes a rotation every hour. The food was fine and the staff very friendly and attentive, but it was definitely about the experience. The rest of the hotel is impressive as well. The room was decorated nicely, comfortable and had an incredible view of Times Square and the Ball.. It would be the perfect room for New Year's Eve. It was small, but not as small as I've seen at other NYC hotels.

Tobias Müller
2 years ago – Google

4

Awesome Location and architecture. But that's it. No free wifi included (mind you, my room was $425. Got downgraded (booked a two queen room, got a one king room next to the ice machine). They charged my private credit card with a commodities fee of $25 per day (room was prepaid through company credit card) even though I never used any of them (if one has to pay it in any case, why wasn't it included in the rooms price upon booking?). Won't be booking this hotel anymore if I can avoid it (conferences may force me to come again though).

Giancarlos Marte
2 years ago – Google

9

The Marriott Marquis is a great place to soak in NY lifestyle. Right on top of time square you get to have great food and awesome views. It's conveniently placed minutes away from all Broadway shows and all of time square amenities. The view restaurant offers a cool experience with their rotating restaurant. The staff are very nice and knowledgeable of the area, you won't hear "No I don't know" from anyone. All in all, great time.

SOPHIA ZHAO
2 years ago – Google

9

The Marquis is AMAZING! I spent the night there and I was so impressed. I had stayed there and watched the Broadway show, On Your Feet, and I was not disappointed. The hotel was ginormous and the elevators were lit. I'd definitely go again.

Luigi Greene
2 years ago – Google

10

Hotel staff was superb. All of them were chearful, warm, and welcoming. Every last one would stop what they were doing to greet you. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Event space and breakouts were well appointed and professionally attended by staff. I would definitely stay at this property again for a trip to NYC or for a meeting or event in the future.

Dawn Carlson
2 years ago – Google

10

I stayed at the New York Marriott Marquis for a 4 day 3 night conference. The staff was courteous and helpful. My room was clean and spacious. However, the carpet was worn and needed replaced. The conference rooms were comfortable and the food was fantastic.

Gilbert Olsen
2 years ago – Google

8

Great hotel if you like to stay Central to all the theaters and Times Square. As a business Traveler I find the location a little hectic but convenient for my customers. Rooms are standard compared to other Marriott locations. The Concierge Lounge can get hectic at times. This is because the host ignore the two guest rule.

Layne Peacock
2 years ago – Google

9

This hotel is in a super location, right on Times Square. The hotel is very neat, clean, and comfortable. The room is very spacious, as is the bathroom. The glass elevators are very fast. The area around the hotel feels very safe. If we come for another visit, we will stay here again.

J Hunter
2 years ago – Google

8

Descent hotel, and good location (if you want to be close to the chaos that is Times Square), but the elevators can be a nightmare. The new system is supposed to cut wait times, but there were complaints of people waiting over 20 minutes for an elevator to arrive. I realize a hotel with 2'000+'ish rooms means a lot of bodies to move, but still seems like there might be a better system. Also, not sure the Concierge Lounge is worth it. We always get access due to our Marriott status, but I found the evening appetizers and dessert service to be ridiculously small considering the amount of people they were catering to. Seriously, I've seen more offers at the Courtyard....

Victoria Queeno
2 years ago – Google

8

I always love being able to hang out in the very nice lounge of the Marquis while before or after seeing a Broadway show. Clean, comfortable, and with access to an ATM, convenience/souvenir shop, restrooms, and restaurant. My only complaint this trip was that almost all of the courteously available wall outlets on the lobby level were loose/broken.

Brittany Woosley
2 years ago – Google

4

I'm a little confused with the great reviews I've read on there considering my experience here last week... First off, I will say the location is obviously great and they have a Starbucks inside which is also great. When we arrived, the staff was friendly and welcoming. But then we walked into our room and it smelled like mildew- so gross. There was hair all in the sink and the bathtub like it hadn't been cleaned. The mattress was as hard as a rock. Looking back I could have probably slept on the floor and it would have been more comfortable. The pillows were the same except feathers were poking out at you. Not pleased and won't stay here again.

Fernanda Planas
2 years ago – Google

9

The location is great, in the middle of times Square and walking distance from the different Broadway shows. The rooms are quiet, clean and organized, they have a lot of elevators to provide a better service. They have a safe in the room. The bathrooms are really clean and spacious. The food at the restaurant was really good and room service with excellent quality. It was an overall nice atmosphere.

TL Curtis
2 years ago – Google

8

The rooms were clean, and fairly spacious. Beautiful views of times square, huge hotel, courteous staff. I loved the concierge lounge with the free breakfast, and drinks. I wish it was open on the weekends. Other than that, great hotel!

Ian Kitson
2 years ago – Google

10

It was a first class service! Hats off to the incredible staff who helped with our presentation. They even provided an extra room to accommodate additional guests. The suites were fit for a king. I will be using you next year. The Best of the Best.

Chad DeSpain
2 years ago – Google

10

Good size room for New York. Right in times square which is nice. Gym was really great fully equipped with weights and everything you need for a good workout. The view from the gym looks over times square. Concierge lounge was unfortunately closed Friday and Saturday, but opens back up Sunday night. Overall great experience would stay again.

Amanda Dixon
2 years ago – Google

9

Perfect location in Times Square to be in the middle of everything. The hotel is beautiful and the staff are polite, helpful & overall, just have great dispositions. The way the hotel is set up is quite unique, with the elevator banks in the center and the rooms along the outer part of the hotel. The view from my room on the 37th floor would be great to stay in on New Year's Eve. The only negative (and that is because of my fear) are that the elevators are clear-I can't say glass, because I really don't know. I mean, if you like that sort of thing, then you may love it even more. It most surely looks beautiful from the outside! Here are a few pictures taken from my room window.

Tashene St. Lewis
2 years ago – Google

9

I had a very good time at this location celebrating my Anniversary. All of the holtel staff was very friendly and helpful. This hotel was in the perfect location, in the heart of all the main attractions. I had a beautiful view from my hotel room of the city from both sides of my window. These photos are the view from my window in my room!! Highly recommended!!!!

Luma Al Mahroos
2 years ago – Google

5

The hotel is old with old standards. It is also very crowded and noisy. The elevators are located in one of the sides and the rooms are surrounding the main hall which means if your room is at the opposite side of the elevators then you will walk a long distance each time. The location of the hotel is conveniently close enough from everywhere with many subway stations surrounding it. It is also clean with good housekeeping. However, I had the opportunity to stay twice in the other Marriott Marquis in Miami and it was of a completely very elegant and luxurious standards which I missed in the one in Times Square.

Lynn Kerr
3 years ago – Google

9

The NY Marriott Marquis is a beautiful hotel with great views of Times Square and the Hudson River and a superb location right in the heart of the Theater District. We have stayed here more than once and have enjoyed delightful rooms and a gorgeous suite! As Marriott Elite members, we also enjoy the ambience of the Concierge Lounge for an after-dinner drink or snack. The staff is personable and professional, and this is our first choice for a hotel in New York with the perfect location for shows, dining, and sightseeing!

Carlos Santaella
3 years ago – Google

10

Stayed here for fourth of July week and boy was I blown away with hoe this hotel is. The front desk is so well staff on hand for the rush of people. Was in and out in a few minutes, the rooms look clean with fresh sheets and towels. Always tip the room service lady/man for awesome job on always providing with clean sheets/ towels every day.

Matthew DeKrey
3 years ago – Google

8

I had dinner at The View on a Sunday evening after seeing a show. The wait staff was friendly and helpful, and very good at knowing when to check on us and when to enjoy our dinner. However, while the view from The View is good and you can see the full 360 from your dinner table, the fact that it's housed within another part of the building makes both enjoying the view and taking pictures difficult. The food was good (and large portions), but is priced at a premium for the scenery rather than for the quality of the meal itself. Were I to go again, I'd go for drinks and desert and get my main course elsewhere.

Carter Collum
3 years ago – Google

9

Nice big rooms right in the heart of time square. Many dining options which were all excellent. The hotel is a little dated but it is still nice and comfortable. It has the best blackout shades I've ever seen. Highly recommend this place.

Lee Reynolds
3 years ago – Google

8

The location is great. It's puts you right in the thick of things. We stayed on the 43rd floor which gave us a great view. The elevator does make your ears pop. It also reminds you of an amusement ride due to the pace in which it moves. The rooms we had were nice and the staff was on their jobs. We ended up staying an extra night which was great.

Matthew Foley
3 years ago – Google

9

The service was phenomenal and the amenities and rooms were pristine. The staff was very knowledgeable about the surrounding areas and the location cannot be beat for Times Square activities. Broadway shows are all within a five minute walk (except Wicked, maybe) and all relevant touring points are available. Highly recommend this!

Monique Elouise
3 years ago – Google

10

Great viewpoint over time square for New year's eve! We ended up paying extra for a Times Square facing room just to watch the ball drop, And all though it was a lot at the time, It felt like it was worth it for the most magical moment in all New Years eve history! The hotel itself was average, but had a full sized gym and a Starbucks in the lobby which was handy. Meals in the restaurants were average and over priced, but plenty of other options close by. Comfortable beds, rooms were slightly on the small size but think that's common in New York

Matthew Groves
3 years ago – Google

7

I was here for a conference. The place is nice. Easy to locate. The elevator system is a little weird. The bathrooms have the Dyson blade hand dryer systems which I don't like. Staff has been helpful.

Fran A
3 years ago – Google

4

Pricey hotel, but Excellent location about a 1 minute walk to time square. Difficult to get to especially in the nighttime hours when many streets leading to time square are jam packed or completely blocked off by police. Parking rate at hotel is insane at $90 a night. Hotel buffet breakfast is $34. Which consists of an omelet station and about 15 other hot choices, consisting of egg or potato or waffle/pancake choices. Along with bread and cereal choices. Nothing special here. Also this hotel's restaurants seem to close early considering your out into time square and beyond well into the morning hours on a weekend. Rooms were very worn, one of our rooms had the carpet wrinkling up and creating a trip hazard as we walked in front of the t.v. I would stay here again only If it was my cheapest option including the parking rate as well.

Noah Campbell
3 years ago – Google

10

Location was great, was 1/2 block from times square. Was a beautiful hotel, very nice employee's. Room was nice, however we didn't have a fridge for drinks(it was 100 degrees out). Anyways, I had a perfect view of times square, which was amazing

Jakub Knitter
3 years ago – Google

5

There was some really weird residual from the water. I was pretty concerned. Other than that, the room was pretty nice... But I would really be careful with the water. The drain pipes were backed up in my room so there was that. I would really make sure that your bathroom works properly.

Sam Chappell
3 years ago – Google

9

Everything about this place is awesome. If you want one of the best views of the big apple, with a unique dining or drinks experience, do not miss. Great, friendly service with a smile (thanks, Tal). Ace birthday surprise at the end. No, not the naked cowboy but sweet nonetheless

Saji Abraham
3 years ago – Google

10

Room was clean. We had a great view. We paid a little extra for the Times Square view and it was worth it. Bathroom and shower were great. TV and couch were just what we needed too relax before we headed out for the night. Definitely will be back.

Lon Chin
3 years ago – Google

9

I'm a platinum member and got an early check in and a room on the 39th floor. Room was as expected from a Marriott. Nicely furnished and clean. Service was also excellent. Located in the heart of Times Square if you don't mind the hustle and bustle. I would recommend a stay here for your next NYC trip.

Dale Blankers
3 years ago – Google

6

Room was large and clean. Beds were great! We did appreciate the view from our room and the location. However, we were a little disappointed in the "extras" that should have been included: only one glass, no liner w/ the ice bucket, no fridge, no complimentary bottled water, very small shampoos/lotion in the bathroom, skimpy bath soap, no mat for the bottom of the tub, no actual creamer (powder) for in-room coffee. We stayed at a Marriott in Washington DC while on our trip from the West coast, and our hotel there did an amazing job with those special little extras!

Dea Bridge
3 years ago – Google

8

I attend an all day event on the 6th floor. Lunch was Mexican centric and was pretty good. It was served warm and had good flavor. This is usually hard for an event over 200 people being served buffet style. Breakfast had variety for everyone, parties and breakfast wraps and yogurt. The rooms we on the colder dude but that is typical. Audio was good and could be heard clearly.

Robert Barto
3 years ago – Google

7

The Marriott Marquis is right where all of the action is at Times Square. The room we had overlooked TS and honestly it was quieter than expected. They provide blackout shades as well to block all but a faint glow from around the very bottom. It also helps with sound to some degree. If you are looking for a hotel right at TS look no further. Budget shoppers may want to look else where given the price per night here. One stat deducted for cost. Other than that, house keeping was great, clean rooms, close to shows and other sights. Just a few blocks a couple of subway stops.

Reva Fry
3 years ago – Google

9

If anyone is looking for a great deal on hotels you can check it out on HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the cheapest rates around... This hotel is right in the middle of Times Square and is gorgeous. The rooms are huge for NYC and impeccably clean. Every amenity is available in the lobby as well as a wonderful breakfast. The concierges are insightful and knowledgeable. The fitness center has more than enough machines and a wonderful view of the city. My family thoroughly enjoyed their stay. What a wonderful experience!

Rowena Sullivan
3 years ago – Google

10

This hotel is right in the middle of Times Square and is gorgeous. The rooms are huge for NYC and impeccably clean. Every amenity is available in the lobby as well as a wonderful breakfast. The concierges are insightful and knowledgeable. The fitness center has more than enough machines and a wonderful view of the city. My family thoroughly enjoyed their stay. What a wonderful experience!

Jovan Loop
3 years ago – Google

8

We stayed 3 nights in early April, Fri - Mon. - the hotel was hopping, but the front desk staff was wonderful. This is a HUGE hotel but our room was quiet and we really enjoyed our stay. The room is VERY big by NYC standards - 2 full beds and a single Sofabed. The bedding was wonderful. I saw complaints about the elevators - but we had no problem at all. Truly - we loved staying at the Marriott Marquis and have no complaints at all!

Ma Zu
3 years ago – Google

4

Good location for times square. Good beds and linens. Shower was old and caulking moldy. Iron didn't work for streaming my suits wrinkles. Walls did not stop noise from both sides. Even conversations. Windows didn't stop noise at night. HVAC was good. No refrigerator. Would be a 3 Star except the price was way too high for the dated furniture/bathroom/very low seated height toilet.

Ronald Martin
3 years ago – Google

8

Nice hotel. Good sized bathroom for a New York hotel. Nice views of the city from our room. Great location near Time Square and theaters. The one thing keeping me from giving this five stars are the elevators. It seemed like we had to wait a long time every time we needed to use the elevators.

Jack Brown
3 years ago – Google

9

What a view! While you're here, I recommend checking out the rotating restaurant on the 48th or so floor. Lounge is incredible and there's plenty of space. Location couldn't be more convenient as well. Highly recommend Tony's across the street for dinner and the diner around the corner from the Marquis for their famous cheesecake.

Kathryn Rogers
3 years ago – Google

10

I absolutely love this hotel! The rooms are very nice and both times we've stayed here we have had a great view of Times Square! It's right in the center of all the action! Subway stations are located nearby as well as lots of shopping! The restaurant is good with gluten free options! I will continue to stay here on my trips to NYC!

Evan Leybourn
3 years ago – Google

6

This is a beautiful hotel - although lacking in some basic amenities. The biggest drawcard is the location - which cannot be beaten. I spent hours walking around outside. The rooms are very spacious, though in need of renovation. The fact it took me a couple of minutes to figure out how to get hot water in the shower shows they need to spend a little time in design thinking. However, while I be pointing out the negative, I did in-fact have a great stay.

Brian Papocchia
3 years ago – Google

8

I have attended trade shows every year for several years. I have never stayed overnight, but I have seen the rooms. The views are nice and the rooms are clean. Inside, the elevators and view at the center of the building are spectacular. I've also had breakfast, lunch, dinner, and drinks. All good. Breakfast buffet was very pricey, in my opinion. And the entrance is not intuitive. They could use better signs and more help on ground floor.

Michael Shulman
3 years ago – Google

10

Loved this hotel! My wife and I needed a weekend away before the baby arrived. The room blew us away. The staff was very helpful. Also the location was amazing! We could see so much from our room!

Georgette Lott
3 years ago – Google

9

If anyone is looking for a great deal on hotels you can check it out on HotelRaven. com Booked a room on there and they had the cheapest rates around... Loved it. Room was very expensive, but the room, the amenities, the location and the hotel was great. The interior glass elevators are awesome. So cool to buzz up and down and see where you're going. The fitness room is huge and has so much equipment. Not sure if I'll make it to their top floor, top shelf restaurant, but I hear it's great.

Chris Marzarella
3 years ago – Google

9

Beautiful hotel. I was there for a play, "Get on Your Feet". Seats were too small for a bodybuilder of my size but it seemed like everyone had issues with the seats. Staff was extremely helpful. They were able to retrieve a headset for me so that I could hear the play. I'm deaf. They were very nice.

Timothy Eavenson
3 years ago – Google

8

I attended a two-day conference here and was very happy with the experience. The staff was incredibly nice and helpful, to a man, and the program went off without a hitch. The lobby dining and rooms were nice, but not remarkable. The location on Times Square may bother some people, but the hotel is shockingly quiet compared to many other hotels in the vicinity. Overall it was a great experience.

Fran A
3 years ago – Google

6

Pricey hotel, but Excellent location about a 1 minute walk to time square. Difficult to get to especially in the nighttime hours when many streets leading to time square are jam packed or completely blocked off by police. Parking rate at hotel is absolutely insane at $90 a night. Hotel buffet breakfast is $34. Which consists of an omelet station and about 15 other hot choices, consisting of egg or potato or waffle/pancake choices. Along with bread and cereal choices. Nothing special here. Also this hotel's restaurants seem to close early considering your out into time square and beyond well into the morning hours on a weekend. Rooms were very worn, one of our rooms had the carpet wrinkling up and creating a trip hazard as we walked in front of the t.v. I would stay here again only If it was my cheapest option including the parking rate as well.

Iris Alcantara
3 years ago – Google

10

Rooms are very clean and comfortable. We were told we would be getting a partial view of Time Square and it was pretty awesome view to me. We did have one issue, the Shower wouldn't drain, but as soon as we reported the issue, it fixed in a matter of minutes. Great service!

Catherine Oliver
3 years ago – Google

9

The Best Hotel In New York!!! It is right opposite Times Square and has got great prices. The rooms are really comfortable and have got great views overlooking Times Square. The staff are really friendly and make sure you have a great stay! I can recommend this hotel for everybody!!!

Scott Morris
3 years ago – Google

10

Loved it. Room was very expensive, but the room, the amenities, the location and the hotel was great. The interior glass elevators are awesome. So cool to buzz up and down and see where you're going. The fitness room is huge and has so much equipment. Not sure if I'll make it to their top floor, top shelf restaurant, but I hear it's great.

Shane Marlin
3 years ago – Google

10

We stayed here for nearly a week during New Years craziness. The staff was always friendly and on top of their game. Rooms were great. We had a room overlooking time square. If you don't mind spending the money this is a great hotel to stay at. Right in the middle of the action!

Roland Rivera
3 years ago – Google

10

I had dinner on the 6th floor in the ballroom. A beautiful room with a cash bar. Food was great and music was amazing. I would definitely go back very soon. I also felt very safe with all the security in the building.

KARSTEN LIPSKY
3 years ago – Google

10

If anyone is looking for a great deal on hotels you can check it out on HotelRaven. com Booked this hotel on there and they had the cheapest rates around... The room was very clean. Beds are comfortable. Great location to Times Square and we were able to walk to the restaurants, theatres, and attractions. The room isolates the noise from the street. Service was great and the front desk was able to handle any issues that arose. The inside of the hotel also has great bars and restaurants inside as well as some gift shops. The elevators were a little crowded in the afternoon around check-in in the evening making it difficult to get on, but it was expected and they were fine the rest of our stay.

Kaela Bilski
3 years ago – Google

10

The room was very clean. Beds are comfortable. Great location to Times Square and we were able to walk to the restaurants, theatres, and attractions. The room isolates the noise from the street. Service was great and the front desk was able to handle any issues that arose. The inside of the hotel also has great bars and restaurants inside as well as some gift shops. The elevators were a little crowded in the afternoon around check-in in the evening making it difficult to get on, but it was expected and they were fine the rest of our stay.

Iama Techie
3 years ago – Google

8

This hotel just lost a star. I no longer feel safe for myself or my valuables here. Up till a few minutes ago this had been a pretty good stay. But when housekeeping just barges in at noon, regardless of whether lights are on, the television running OR the SIGN on the door saying "PLEASE DON'T BOTHER ME!", that gives me reason to worry. The door opens, I hear a voice, "Housekeeping" and I ask, "Is there a sign on the door?" Thinking that maybe it fell off. But she says "yes". So in my mind I'm shouting "Then whyintheHELL are YOU BOTHERING ME??!!!", but instead I simply reply, "Then I don't need any service today." What I don't want to run into is a situation where everyday I or my spouse is losing a bracelet, a belt, or something more valuable to theft and pilfering. Thankfully, the hotel has a VERY large room safe in the closet and I will be using it, profusely, for the rest of my stay. The rest of my experience so far has been pretty positive, I'll edit/add to this after my stay is complete.

Lisa V
3 years ago – Google

9

Great place to stay. Everyone is friendly and the rooms are beautiful, clean and have great amenities. I was there for a conference and the whole event was awesome, the staff was helpful, food was great! The reason I took the time to write this though is because of the fact that Freddie, in the lost and found, was able to locate the phone charger I left in my room and is sending it back to me! No muss no fuss. Great customer service. Every hotel needs someone like Freddie.

Danny Kim
3 years ago – Google

7

I had the chance to come to the MM for the first time in a very long time for a conference. It's aged very well. From the dramatic interior to its great view of Times Square, it's quite an amazing structure. The conference lunch was surprisingly good. I noticed a sign for a buffet for $22 which I may have to come back to investigate. I didn't stay in a room but for a conference in the middle of the greatest city on earth, pretty good.

delval six
3 years ago – Google

10

This hotel is hands down the best I've ever stayed at. Staff is fantastic, the rooms are great, service at restaurant's are on point. The views are amazing during the day and night . Everything you could possibly need is at your fingertips. Highly recommend

Fedor Saldivia
3 years ago – Google

10

Good location, good service. Maybe a little crowded if you are with kids. But highly recommend it

Andrew Bennett
3 years ago – Google

8

Great staff, lovely facility. The elevator system is unlike any other I've ever seen. After using it, I quickly learned why no one else has one: it takes ages to get one.

Angele Chapman
3 years ago – Google

9

Had an amazing experience! I gifted a hotel night for my parents anniversary and the hotel sent them champagne and chocolate to the room and the Concierge sent them to a restaurant that gave them another champagne and desert bowl. This exceeded my expectations. Thank you Marriott for making their anniversary memorable. Melizza and Frances are the staff that made this happen. They are the best!

Larry Jonap
3 years ago – Google

8

This Hotel is by no means perfect, but it came dam close. Our visit there was highlighted by a gentlemen at the front desk named Justin. Justin's attitude and personality were a welcome sight as we had our very first experience in the hotel. Aware porters downstairs at street level would have been nice, but the atmosphere and help given to my wife and I at check in was awesome. Justin assisted us in obtaining what we believe was a room with the best view of Times Square ever. Room 1837. The Marriott Marquis location and proximity to the center of Time Square was almost as good as the view my wife and I enjoyed with family from the rotating Lounge on the 48th floor. My wife and I can't wait to return, and return we will. We hope that when we do we will be greeted and helped by more employees like Justin.

Eugene C
4 years ago – Google

9

Huge hotel in the heart of Times Square. If you get a room high up with a view, it makes for a special stay. Otherwise, its still a great location within walking distance to Broadway shows. We watched Lion King down the street.

Andy Wall
4 years ago – Google

8

My experience at the Marquis was a pleasant one. I enjoyed the Service, the rooms were always ready when I got back for the day as if we never messed it up. I loved the breakfast they served. The chef cooked me up a wonderful spinach egg and mushroom omelet with a mountain of bacon on the side. I really enjoyed the breakfast buffet.

Tom MacDonald
4 years ago – Google

10

Went here for drinks and some appetizers. Sat in the 8th floor lounge overlooking Times Square. Great views and timely service, despite there being only a few waitresses for a lot of patrons. Would return.

Kenny Strong
4 years ago – Google

8

If any of you guys are looking for dirt cheap hotel deals I would check out HotelRaven. Com I saved a ton of money using that site. Convenient location, pristine establishment, and not a bad hotel restaurant either!so staying at Hotel 1000 for a few nights was definitely a treat. Everything from the lobby to the rooms was sleek, clean, and comfortable.The staff was friendly and helpful, giving us tips on nearby coffee shops (there's a great one right across the street) and helping us get situated and find our bearings. Another great thing about this hotel: it's located just a few minutes walk from Place , the waterfront and the shopping district. An to anywhere we wanted to go in the city was usually around $10 or less.Our room quite possibly felt like a more comfortable version of our own home. The bed was huge, the linens soft and fluffy. The bathroom was clean and had lots of extra toiletries and yes, the bathtub does fill from the ceiling. So cool

Claris Pruett
4 years ago – Google

10

Convenient location, pristine establishment, and not a bad hotel restaurant either!so staying at Hotel 1000 for a few nights was definitely a treat. Everything from the lobby to the rooms was sleek, clean, and comfortable.The staff was friendly and helpful, giving us tips on nearby coffee shops (there's a great one right across the street) and helping us get situated and find our bearings. Another great thing about this hotel: it's located just a few minutes walk from Place , the waterfront and the shopping district. An to anywhere we wanted to go in the city was usually around $10 or less.Our room quite possibly felt like a more comfortable version of our own home. The bed was huge, the linens soft and fluffy. The bathroom was clean and had lots of extra toiletries and yes, the bathtub does fill from the ceiling. So cool