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The Roosevelt Hotel, New York City

7,260 reviews
+1 212-661-9600

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Fitness Center
Bar or Lounge

Historic Grandeur at The Roosevelt Hotel

What Does a Roosevelt Hotel Room Include?

The rooms are traditionally decorated in warm, earthy tones. All rooms have a flat screen TV with cable. The rooms have the comforts of home including hair dryers and coffee makers. This 1,000+ room hotel also offers several suites with kitchens featuring refrigerators and microwaves, as well as separate sitting and sleeping areas. High-speed Internet is available in all rooms for a fee.

What Amenities/Features are Available?

Built during a time when hotel lobbies were opulent rooms for entertaining and gathering, guests meet the Roosevelt Hotel's public spaces with ooohs and ahhhs. While much of the hotel retains its former glory, they've added modern touches like a 24-hour business center and a health and fitness area. Guests enjoy the small rooftop lap pool and swanky rooftop bar with outdoor daybed seating. The billiards room is awash in history with dark wood accents and rich tables. There's even comfortable window seating to watch the endless stream of brightly colored traffic a few stories below. The lower level of the hotel features several boutique stores for the visitor who wants to do a little shopping without venturing outdoors.

What are the Room Rates at the Roosevelt Hotel?

New York City hotels generally fetch several hundred dollars a night but the historic Roosevelt Hotel is moderately priced for Manhattan. A standard room for a weekend stay in June runs about $230, while the same room in December is nearly $300. New York City hosts tourists year round so they don't have a traditional slow season. February, outside of Valentine's Day or President's Day weekend, offers the best deals.

What's There to Do Nearby?

The Big Apple is full of excitement and the Roosevelt Hotel's central location allows you to take a bite out of it. It's just a quick walk to Grand Central Station or historic Times Square. Nearby Fifth Avenue boasts some of the most exclusive shops in the world. Enjoy a little old-fashioned fun by strolling through Bryant Park or exploring Rockefeller Center. If it's winter, don't forget to check out the Christmas tree and do a little ice skating. 

What's the Bottom Line?

The Roosevelt Hotel is the perfect stay for the traveler who worries more about location and less about modern rooms. While beautiful and historic, with updated amenities like a rooftop bar and fitness center, the rooms at the Roosevelt Hotel are designed around more traditional tastes. This is not a chic, trendy hotel but one with nearly a century of history behind it. If you're looking for marble baths with dual shower heads and expansive countertops and bath area, this is not your hotel, but if you want to feast your eyes on exquisite architecture and design in a time when detailed flourish went into every accessory in all public areas, you'll enjoy your stay.

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Midtown East
45 E 45th Street
New York, NY 10017
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Hotels location is amazing" "Superb location for many attractions"
98% liked the proximity to sightseeing.
Near to public transport, according to 100%.
"Bar man and waiter were very rude" "Staff were rude and unhelpful"
Only 68% found the staff to be friendly enough.
53% said the reception staff was ok.
"Bellmen at the front door were terrific" "Cockroach in the hall"
79% criticized the unstylish hotel.
91% enjoyed the lobby entrance.
"Continental breakfast was not included" "Lovely breakfast bagels"
61% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Carpet looked old and dirty" "Pillows were old and dirty"
Only 54% said rooms were clean enough.
75% said the bathroom was dirty.
Value for money
"Hotel bar was overpriced" "Wi-fi is terribly expensive and poor"
57% thought it was overpriced.
61% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Air-conditioning was terrible, so old fashioned" "Pillows were old and dirty"
77% said rooms were small.
72% said the beds were comfortable.
"Charged us for Internet use" "Wi-fi is terribly expensive and poor"
57% thought it was overpriced.
81% said the wifi quality was bad.
"Carpet looked old and dirty" "Pillows were old and dirty"
85% complained about the bathroom.
77% said rooms were small.

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Pleasant entrance area
Relatively high internet cost
Hotel could use some updating
Rooms in need of an update
Expert Reviews
The service is far from doting and the on-site food isn't worth it, but the high-quality fitness center and central location make it a fair bet, for the price.
DK Eyewitness
Built in 1924 and meticulously renovated and restored for its 80th birthday, this “grand dame of Madison Avenue” is still a favorite of business and leisure travelers.
This Midtown icon just steps from Grand Central has an ornate lobby with cushy couches and an old-school bar with heavy wood detailing that makes the place feel like it's from another time.
Hotel Information
Bar or Lounge
Business Center
Fitness Center
Free Wifi
Spa or Sauna
From 3:00pm*must be 18 or older to check-in
Until 12:00pm
  • Deposit: USD 50.00 per day
  • Resort Fee: USD 15.00 per accommodation, per night
  • Parking Fee: USD 55 per day (in/out privileges)
  • Rollaway Bed Fee: USD 35.00 per night
  • Breakfast Fee: USD 28 per person (approximately)
Some smoking-allowed rooms
Handicap Accessible
Wheelchair Accessible