Astor on the Park
465 Central Park W, New York, NY 10025
Property Location With a stay at Astor on the Park in New York, you'll be convenient to Columbia University and Central Park. This hotel is close to Barney's and Bloomingdale's.
Rooms High-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms with showers are provided.
Astor On Park NYC
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01/24/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I'd highly recommend it! We stayed there on our last trip to NYC and found it close to Times Square and Central Park. No problem getting a taxi here or even getting to the subway. The restaurant next door has excellent food and you get plenty of it!!! Service at the Wellington was great and when coming in at night there was someone there to make sure you belonged in there and they kept out the ones who didn't. Would we stay there again if the opportunity arose? You bet! The location is close to many stores and taxi's can get get you to where you want to be in no time. Make the Wellington your place to stay on your next trip there!!!!!
09/05/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I stayed at this hotel in August 2006 with friends and found the rooms to be clean and with heating/AC that could easily be regulated. Elevators all seemed to be working fine and at normal speed for elevators anywhere!! It has a great location, being just minutes walk away from Times Square, although prices in this area obviously reflect that!
08/22/2006Provided by Citysearch -
it is located right next to central park. that is only good thing about this hotel. the room is small and dirty even expensive. can not use wireless internet without paying extra charge. kinda far away from the tourist area unless you want to walk around harlem.
11/09/2005Provided by Citysearch -
I stayed in this hotel and was very pleased with both the service and the room. As a matter of fact I was booked at another hotel and upon arriving there found an extreme amount of construction in the extremely small lobby. I went looking for another hotel and the Wellington tokk us right away. For the price it is a very nice place to stay and being a travel agent, I would reccommend it to my clients.
02/23/2003Provided by Citysearch -
The standard double-bed room was extremely small, as well as the bathroom. My room was located directly next to one of the ""Ls"" of the actual Wellington sign on the hotel, and although the window provided a thick, plastic pull-down shade, some light still shone into the room (which was annoying). Although the room was small, I only stayed one evening, and it did the job.
12/12/2002Provided by Citysearch -
The room was tiny with a only a standard double bed for two. There was a large amount of trash under the bed. It is impossible to cut the heat off and our room was 85 degrees at night. The upholstery and carpet and very worn and dirty. The elevators are intolerably slow.
11/13/2002Provided by Citysearch -
This hotel reminded me of the size of my college dorm room(thin walls and all!). The decor was nice. The location was not that great, and I wouldn't recommend walking in this area at night, creepy. I had a good stay here. The services was nice with the exception of man who was quite rude to me for which I wouldn't ever return to this hotel, he needs a lesson on how to talk to paying customers(definitely don't talk down to them or humiliate them!!!!).
11/08/2002Provided by Citysearch -
I delievered flowers to a guest at the Wellington. A day later, I found out that she never got them. Confused, I called to discover they 'misplaced' them. They said she requested a room change prior to checking-in so 'apologies for losing everything, but it really was her fault for changing the room', not the hotel's. Eventually they found and delievered my gifts. I explained the point was the flowers be in her room before she arrived, and the Manager responded, ""The flowers got to her---it's all fixed."" He was impatient, defensive, sarcastic, and insulting on the phone. Fixed maybe, but certainly at the cost of any sense of customer service and etiquette. When I asked for compensation, he said, ""What, for pain and suffering? We aren't compensating for something that is subjective and sentimental."" Well, this may be subjective, but I have never been more disappointed with a hotel.