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All reviewsrooftop barview of the empire state buildingturn down servicenespresso machinebryant parknew yorkrooms are smallboutique hoteltimes squarelittle touchesgreat boutiqueevery eveningcomfortable bedsperfect locationmidtown manhattanamazing hotelwould highly recommend this hotel
This was our first time at the Archer and it was a great experience. My 15 year old daughter joined me for a three day visit in Manhattan and this was her first visit. We wanted to stay in the mid town area and the...More
This is my second stay and both times were equally good. Staff could not have been nicer. They always greeted us coming and going. The rooms are small but well equipped, updated and spotless. The bathrooms are a really nice size. All of the staff...More
7 Thank AudreyKellyDyer
Response from GM_ArcherNY, General Manager at Archer Hotel New YorkResponded 22 December 2017
Thank you, AudreyKellyDyer. We are delighted to hear you enjoyed many aspects of your stay with Archer, especially our central location, delightful details, sincere service and Empire views. Guests like you are a joy to host and we hope you will join us for another...More
In a place as busy as New York, near probably the busiest neon lit square in all the world, the Archer proved to be an oasis of calm.
Fast efficient friendly check in, immaculate room, perfectly proportioned with everything you could need plus the most...More
This was not our first time to New York but when we go back, we will be staying in the Archer.
The location of the hotel is fantastic. Everything you need is within walking distance. 5 mins from Empire State, Macy's and Time Square. 2...More
Yomaries at the front desk is terrific--friendly, personable, responsive, knowledgeable.
The hotel itself is acceptable--great location, quite on the upper floors, but the rooms are tiny even by NYC standards.
Response from GM_ArcherNY, General Manager at Archer Hotel New YorkResponded yesterday
Thanks so much for your fantastic review! We are thrilled to know that you enjoyed our sincere service, central location and quite rooms. We hope to welcome you back soon for another fantastic stay!
Michele - GM
Archer New York is a new boutique hotel that evokes the creative soul of its Garment District neighborhood and promises a distinctive stay every time. The hotel's carefully curated experience is a reflection ...Moreof Archer - storyteller and adventurer, connoisseur and consummate host. It's a welcoming residence filled with quirky, curated luxuries and a sincere staff dedicated to your service. Get ready for 22 stories, 180 unique rooms, and a surprise around every corner. The hotel blends industrial elegance and boutique intimacy - a warm, welcoming place that is dotted with Chesterfield-style sofas, vibrant house art, exposed brick and wood-paneled millwork. The hotel features Charlie Palmer Steak, a first-floor restaurant featuring seasonal menus inspired by the region's produce and products. High atop his new hotel, Archer serves up Spyglass Rooftop Bar, a classic, all-season escape with breathtaking views of the Empire State and Chrysler Buildings, small bites and crafted cocktails. Archer's New York guestrooms are intimate but luxurious, with five-star bedding, elegant black and white subway tiled bathrooms with walk-in showers and floor-to-ceiling windows for natural light. With a quartet of design palettes, objects d'art from Archer's journeys and daily turndown treats, every stay is an experience all its own. Modern must-haves include complimentary WiFi, 42-inch LED HDTV with premium movies and sports and MP3 dock. Lux touches include Frette(C) towels and bathrobes, NYC apothecary (Malin+Goetz(C)) bath amenities, a selection of pillows, a Nespresso coffee experience, a fully stocked minibar with guest refrigeration and Charlie Palmer Steak(C) in-room dining. Each guestroom provides a desk, laptop safe and bedside reading lights. Hotel amenities include complimentary passes to the New York Sports Club, curated souvenirs from local artisans available to take home, concierge service, complimentary lobby business center and a 100% smoke-free environment. Less
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US$ 285 - US$ 640 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United States > New York > New York City > Midtown / Garment District / Manhattan
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This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit the Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.
I did not pay a deposit but did find the room rates varied for friday sat sunday. This was a bit of a surprise when checking out. I booked hotel through a hotel web site. I was given a total price including taxes etc. But... More
I did not pay a deposit but did find the room rates varied for friday sat sunday. This was a bit of a surprise when checking out. I booked hotel through a hotel web site. I was given a total price including taxes etc. But when the bill was broken down it was then I realised the room rate varied. It was a lovely hotel and very clean modern and comfortable. The room prices reflect what you get. It was a treat for my 50th. Had o been staying for just an ordinary trip i wouldn't have stayed as it was on the expensive side. Like i said though you get what you pay for.have a good trip