Radio City ApartmentsMidtown West, Manhattan, New York City
- Quiet, spacious units make this a hidden gem in bustling Midtown
- Nine distinct apartment-style rooms
- Most units have modern kitchenettes with stainless steel appliances
- Some south-facing units have stellar city views
- Flat-screen TVs and coffeemakers
- Laundry facilities on-site
- Walking distance to Central Park, tourist sites and subway lines
- Prices are reasonable given the amount of space and location
- Small business center and vending area
- Free Wi-Fi in rooms and lobby
- Certain units have a view of a brick wall
- Many rooms allow smoking, though scent is hard to detect
- Furnishings are clean but slightly outdated
- Cutlery items are minimal, and there are no wine glasses
- No restaurant, bar or fitness center on-site
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- 2 Amenities
- 93 One Bedroom with Two Double Beds plus Sofa Bed with Kitchen
- 68 Studio Queen with Kitchen
- 54 Studio with Two Double Beds
- 65 Studio with Two Double Beds with Kitchen
- 67 The Hotel
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A great fit for families and extended business travelers who desire extra space
During the week, Radio City Apartments attracts business travelers -- many who stay for the entire week. On the weekends, the focus shifts toward tourists. The entrance can be found not by a large sign, but rather a small plaque to the side of the front doors. A small front desk area leads to a historic iron staircase and attractive lobby area with stylish red and black decor where guests mingle and read the newspaper. Two elevators lead to the second floor, where guests will find a small business center, vending machines, and black and white photos of the property through the ages.
A somewhat hidden location in the center of bustling Midtown
A small plaque on a busy area of West 49th Street alerts newcomers to the location of Radio City Apartments. Just a few blocks away is Radio City Music Hall (for which this property is named), as well as Rockefeller Center, Times Square, Fifth Avenue shopping, The Museum of Modern Art, Central Park and several subway lines. It’s super convenient to Midtown attractions but slightly removed from the hubbub of Times Square.
Apartment-style rooms with simple, homey furnishings
The property has 112 units with nine distinct room types in studio, one- and two-bedrooms sizes. Most of these rooms have modern kitchenettes (some studios do not) that include ovens, stovetops, microwaves, coffeemakers, cutlery, and glasses. Housekeeping service is daily, though guests are expected to wash their own dishes (except when checking out). Room decor is homey but a bit plain, and furniture is slightly outdated. Ask for a room with a view or you may get a brick wall!
This apartment-style property has few features.
Though the property lacks a restaurant and bar, there are plenty of options for food and drink in the neighborhood (and plenty of take-out options for ordering in). Discounted parking and daily gym passes for a local fitness center can be arranged through the front desk. The second floor, which can be accessed through the historic staircase in the lobby, has a vending area and workstation with Mac and printer.