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Row NYC

Row NYC Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This massive, modern hotel located a block from Times Square was rebranded as the Row NYC in 2014. It's one of the best hotels for the price in this touristy area, and rooms have fresh, contemporary style (picture Euro Top platform beds with white bedding, and bright accent walls in red, yellow, orange, or green -- the colors of New York City traffic). Wi-Fi is free, modern technology amenities include iPod docks and 32-inch flat-screen TVs with HBO, and the elevators are fast (as they need to be at a 28-floor hotel with 1,300 rooms). For on-site dining, District M operates as a cafe during the day and opens as a pizza bar and cocktail lounge in the evening. Just know that Standard Rooms can be quite small, there are no coffeemakers, and the lobby can get quite crowded, especially during check-in.
The Premier

The Premier Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale annex of the massive and generic Millennium Broadway hotel next door offers 125 large, quiet, and clean rooms and proximity to Times Square -- but not much else. A women-only floor has been discontinued, and the gym is shared with Millennium guests. All things considered, the Premier's prices are too high for what you get.
DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel New York City - Times Square

DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel New York City - Times Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The DoubleTree Suites may be one of the best hotel options for families in New York City. The big two-room suites all come with pull-out couches and either one king or two double beds; the latter can fit up to six people, a rarity in the area. And the location right on Times Square is as central as it gets for sightseeing. It's a big corporate hotel with trendy lobby decor and clean, generic rooms; features include a cool back-lit lobby bar, a modern fitness center, and extensive meeting space. Some rooms have excellent views of Times Square, others face the New York City skyline (with peeks of Central Park in the distance). Higher floors are quieter and have better views.
The Westin New York At Times Square

The Westin New York At Times Square Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This bustling, convention-focused, 863-room Westin comes with a prime Times Square location, a high-quality gym, a business center, a spa, a steakhouse, 24-hour room service, and enormous rooms with famously comfortable beds. But there are price gouges -- fees for Internet and gym access.
The Muse - Kimpton

The Muse - Kimpton Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This boutique hotel is steps from the center of bustling Times Square but feels like a calm oasis. With stylish rooms and suites, a hip new wine bar, and a restaurant with a locally acclaimed chef -- plus a free wine hour each night -- the Muse is a great alternative to the mid-priced mega hotels that pervade the neighborhood.
Crowne Plaza Hotel Times Square Manhattan

Crowne Plaza Hotel Times Square Manhattan Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Since its 2008 renovation, the 770-room Crowne Plaza boasts spacious rooms, great views, a top-notch gym with a lap pool, and attentive service, all of which make it a premier pick in the heart of Times Square. But prepare to get gouged on the $19.95-per-day Wi-Fi and the overpriced, mediocre restaurant.
Hilton Garden Inn Times Square

Hilton Garden Inn Times Square Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 369-room Hilton Garden Inn Times Square is one of the most up-to-date mid-range options in Midtown West, a neighborhood popular among tourists and business travelers due to its proximity to numerous sights, offices, and subway lines. Rooms are spacious -- particularly by New York standards -- and feature nice amenities such as big flat-screen TVs with free HBO, mini-fridges, microwaves, large work desks, and free Wi-Fi. Street-facing rooms can experience some noise, and on-site features aren’t particularly extensive, but this sleek property offers a solid value.
Hotel Mela

Hotel Mela Rating: 3.5 Pearls

In the heart of Times Square but just outside most of the noise, the 228-room Mela boutique brings a little South Beach style to Manhattan. Free Wi-Fi, great beds, and a high-quality fitness center make the Mela an excellent alternative to the Marriott Marquis or Westin Times Square.
Millennium Broadway Hotel

Millennium Broadway Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

A big-box Times Square hotel where guests pay (arguably overpay) for location. If you simply must stay in Times Square, this hotel's competent service, big fitness center, and 24-hour room service make it a decent pick. But the rooms are disappointing, with generic decor, just tolerable beds, and worn-out carpeting.
Hilton Times Square

Hilton Times Square Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This 460-room Hilton in touristy Times Square was built in 2000 and renovated in 2013, so it feels modern and fresh. Standard rooms are some of the biggest in the area at 330 square feet, and since the hotel begins on the building's 21st floor, views from most of the rooms, the lobby, and the fitness center are all exceptional. If Times Square is where you need to be in NYC, then the Hilton offers a nice respite from the hectic neighborhood many floors below. It's one of the best four-pearl values in this popular neighborhood, though families may want to consider the two-room suites at the nearby DoubleTree Suites by Hilton.

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