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Park Savoy Hotel - Manhattan, New York

2 star Hotel New York
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158 W 58th St - New York

1-877-662-6988
Price starting from $ 89 .00
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Park Savoy Hotel offers hotel accommodation in the Central Park area. Rockefeller Center, Carnegie Hall and Ed Sullivan Theater are within close proximity. Also close by are Museum of Modern Art and Radio City Music Hall.

This New York hotel offers an elevator (lift).

Knowledgeable staff are available at the front desk 24 hours-a-day and can provide tour/ticket assistance. Wi-Fi is available for a fee.

Venere Guest Rating
Guest Rating 6.5 Fair
Based on 191 hotel reviews © 2014 Venere.com

Rather uncomfortable cramped rooms, but this is what we expected and this hotel is...

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Facilities at Park Savoy Hotel

  • Lift/elevator
  • Air conditioning
  • Front desk - 24 hour
  • City tour
  • Internet/Email services

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Park Savoy Hotel is also known as

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7.2

Clean

8.1

Location

4.8

Quiet

4.3

Spacious

5.9

Service

Park Savoy Hotel reviews

5.9 Ordinary
  • April 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

Location is really great - easy to get anywhere as close to subway. Also close to Central Park for walking & exercise. Hotel does not offer a blow dryer, iron, or ice.... I wasn't used to that. The breakfast is a bagel or muffin & a cup of coffee or juice. The first morning I paid a $1 more to have cream cheese - the lady serving was a grump. The second day the guy was late - he didn't charge for cream cheese; however, when I went to eat the bagel - it wasn't cream cheese it was gallons of butter.... Better off going to the street vendor & getting a bagel or going down to the corner store that is open 24 hrs & has a lovely fruit selection & salad bar - good prices as well. The hotel is basic & cheap & small, but good location & good price.

3.1
  • March 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Germany

We booked with breakfast and only got a coupon for the italian restaurant next to it. There we had to choose between breadroll with butter, bagel with butter or a muffin, to drink we got coffee or tea. We only got one item each. For any extra like cheese or cremecheese you had to pay for it. The waitress was terrible unfriendly and only talked in Italian with us, we didn't understand. There is a very noisy heating at the rooms and althought we asked they didn't fix it. There was new buildingsight next to the hotel and the rooms had very thin windows.

7.6 Good
  • March 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

We were happy to get our room especially after we read all these negative comments about the size of the room. It was a normal room - not too small! The bathroom was cute and clean. The location is just great. One block away from Central Park and 15 minutes from time square. The breakfast is not included and there is no place to have one in the hotel but we found a great place in the next street!

6.7 Fair
  • February 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

For the money, the hotel worked. In my first room, the heat did not work. I called the front desk and we were allowed to switch rooms. The rooms are incredibly small...and for me that's an issue. When we switched rooms, I asked for a bigger room and got a decent size room for an extra fee.I would also say there were a lack of towels...one washcloth per room which was a bit frustrating. Overall, my stay was ok, wouldn't be my first choice next time, but it worked.

4.5 Ordinary
  • February 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • GB

Some staff were friendly and helpful (such as maintainance) however one member of staff on the front desk was extremely rude and disinterested in helping his guests.

8.1 Very Good
  • January 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Germany

Best burger: @ Hotel Parker Meridien, 119 West 56th Street, New York NY 10019-3318 (Pedestrian Entrance - 118 West 57th Street) Closest Park: Central Park right next corner!!! Closest 24h-Supermarket: Columbus Circle @ Time Warner Center!! Excellent food! Sightseeing: Rockefeller Center, 5th Avenue & Times Square

6.7 Fair
  • January 2013
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Germany

Good located Hotel, but the size of beds are to small for two. Break first to less. Room very small for two. Good enough for people who want a good place for less price. I would book it again.

8.1 Very Good
  • December 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

Room and bathroom really clean, price and quality almost excellent for an hotel downtown NYC !!

7.4 Good
  • December 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Russia

Stayed in Standard Room with 1 Double Bed. Good location, tidy room. But noisy because of ventilation system working in the neighbouring building and the window not properly sealed.

7.6 Good
  • December 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

I got a standard room for two totalled at $135. Room very was clean and tidy. Small but with a little desk, armoire, and bathroom. Heard a few sounds from the street, which is normal for midtown manhattan, but the hotel itself was quiet and we stayed on Friday night. As we left I remember saying to my buddy "I would definitely recommend this to friends/acquaintances who wanted something cheap, clean, and convenient!

4.2 Ordinary
  • December 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Sweden

Very small and old rooms. Very dry as the synthetic fiber carpet was all over the room. Not suitable for allergic people. Our door was next to the hallway entrance, so we could hear everything outside. No wifi and no breakfast. Very loud surrounding but very well located.

4.7 Ordinary
  • December 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

The hotel is cheap and the room & bathroom were clean. Everything worked fine, but it was clearly a cheap, bare-bones hotel and very depressing. Breakfast in the pizzeria next door was really depressing. You get what you pay for and this beat paying a fortune for one room in a decent hotel. However, we will not stay here again.

5.9 Ordinary
  • December 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • USA

Not bad room for the value! It was very clean, a little bit dark though. Bed very clean also. The elevator still need some improvement still. Very true to most reviews I read about the hotel. For the convenience of the location alone, I really would consider staying back. Cant be beat!

6.3 Fair
  • October 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Brazil

The location is great, one block from Central Park and one block from a subway station. Other than that (and the reasonable price compared to other hotels in Manhattan) there aren't many extraordinary things to say about this hotel. There is no real breakfast (those things served at the pizzaria are terrible), there is no free wifi (10USD per day is a ripoff), the room is really small and the elevator is the slowest in town. The restroom, on the contrary, is small but very cosy, pretty clean and new. I would say: stay there if you need a good location and a reasonable price. Don't forget: you get what you pay for.

7.5 Good
  • October 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Germany

Good location in midtown. Small Hotel with small rooms for small money.

3.3
  • September 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Turkey

dont reccomment this hotel. elevator was horrible, rooms were also bad and small. bed was not good. the only good thing was the location of the hotel. so close to the apple store and central park and most of known areas in NY.

3.8
  • September 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Finland

Location and price tells it all, its not in the bronx but its not Waldorf. The breakfast was the funniest I ever seen.

5.7 Ordinary
  • September 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Italy

it's not bad , but Ididn't have a refrigerator in the room, the door was half open...broken.. i TOLD THEM but they didn't do nothing to fix it. so and so

9.6 Outstanding!
  • September 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

Excellent hotel for the price. Rooms are small but clean. I will stay here again.

8.7 Excellent
  • September 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

VERY Small rooms. But great location and worth the price. Not really a hotel to hang out in, but more to sleep in while having fun in the city. Very close to times square, and central park. Very clean.

9.4 Outstanding!
  • September 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Israel

Excellent location! Thay upgraded the room as a benefit without our request !!! We definitely will recommend the hotel !!!

7.6 Good
  • August 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

Location is really great according to close most of places and attractions in Manhattan. Price relate the quality, for that price is still great stay. Little bit disapponted by "continental" breakfast but other way recommend

5.2 Ordinary
  • August 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

Very dingy overall - cheap bedding, cheap towels, dirty old carpet, and tiny, dimly lit rooms with loud, window mounted AC. Granted the price and location are great, but I would totally spend more next time just to not have to experience waking up achy from a terrible mattress.

8.0 Very Good
  • August 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Italy

We stayed in Manhattan for 5 days for holyday, the room was little but the service was perfect. At 7am started the work at the near building and it was quite noisy, thanks to it we got up and we went around the City. We are very satisfied for the location near the Central Park and room's cleanliness. The room was quite little but pleasant.

2.8
  • August 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • China

As a visitor to any place, what I need is just a place I can sleep well. Well, this hotel, is just noisy. Outside is very chaos at even very deep night.Cars,roaring motors, beeping police cars,loudly speech and laughing from the street. It's just a nightmare. I can sleep even one minute.But my daughter sleep well. So I advise those who can not sleep in such noisy situation, not try this hotel, even it's very downtown and convenient transport.

4.3 Ordinary
  • August 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Italy

staff very very very unpolite, rooms dirty, only position is very excellent and price is not bad for NYC

8.8 Excellent
  • August 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Croatia

This hotel is on best location possible for this price! Rooms are small but you are in NY and you certanly won't sitt in the room too much! i recomand this hotel to all my friends!

8.0 Very Good
  • July 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • USA

The hotel was nice, rooms small but clean. Bathroom small and very clean. The front desk person gave us an hour extension on our check out time which was helpfull to us. If you're looking for an inexpensive place to stay close to Central Park or Time Square and do not need all the frills this is the place. Would not have a problem returning

7.9 Good
  • July 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

This hotel is for people that want to stay in the middle of Manhattan and paying a cheap room. Do not expect a nice room, because you will not find it in this hotel. It's a good place also if you want to go to a theater or to Central Park, close to everything. Just for people that don't mind to stay in a cheap hotel.

7.0 Good
  • July 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Puerto Rico

The doble bed room is too small.

5.4 Ordinary
  • July 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

The Hotel Park Savoy offers a great location in NYC at a good price. My room, 909, was large enough with good room around the bed, a real closet and desk with chair. The AC worked fine and was not too noisy. The small flat screen was wall mounted, but the reception was poor. The bed was firm and comfortable. The carpet was old, but generally clean. The hotel elevator was small and slow, but not a real problem. There is no lobby with seating in this hotel The bathroom was small but adequate. The only issue that made this hotel a questionable buy was the fact that the water pressure was poor in the bathroom sink and shower and it was completely impossible to regulate the temperature of the water in the shower, which would go from very hot to very cold in a matter of seconds. This was the case at anytime of the day and did not matter how long you let the water run to regulate the flow itself. Another downside was that you have to pay for Internet, however you do seem to get adequate speed, unless you are watching video. I might reluctantly stay at this hotel again, but only because of location and price, with hope that the water issue would be corrected or not a factor in another room.

6.8 Fair
  • July 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Finland

Clean, very small room. Big minus for noisy construction work and air conditioner. Very good location.

7.8 Good
  • July 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

Good location, clean and recommended hotel for vacations...

5.2 Ordinary
  • July 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Canada

pros: great location-love the location (midpoint to everything!), area is safe. cons: not very clean, inconsistent hot-cold water control, room we had was small (double bed), very noisy (july 2012 construction next to hotel starts at 8am), air conditioning unit is very noisy, room is desperate for some upgrades. A good option with excellent location, but you get what you pay for.

7.4 Good
  • June 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • USA

It's a pretty basic hotel that could use a bit of a clean/update but it's good value for location in NYC. The pizza place next door was good and the free tea/coffee/bagel in the morning was a nice touch. Location is excellent. I'd recommend it for a value stay but not to anyone who's picky about hotels.

7.6 Good
  • June 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

The double room was just what I needed for a one-night stay. If I had stayed in town longer, I would have wanted (and reserved) a larger room. Price was great for what I needed.

8.2 Very Good
  • June 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Canada

This is a basic hotel room. Bathrooms are clean and in excellent condition. Bed is adequate. Carpets are old but clean enough. The edges along the base boards show how long its been since they were replaced or really cleaned. The window air conditioner works but makes the usual amount of noise - no worse than the bigger wall mounted units in so many of the chain hotels. The location is fantastic and that makes it all worth while. I would stay here again on a short business trip or a weekend getaway when all that is needed is a clean safe place to sleep. Nothing more.

7.6 Good
  • June 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with young children
  • Pakistan

Fantastic location! 10 mins walk away from the Times Square. Right next to the Central Park. Lots of restaurants and places of interest close by. The hotel was clean and convenient. No frills but very good for the price. Housekeeping was efficient and room and bathroom was made up when we returned at night. I will gladly stay there again.

5.9 Ordinary
  • June 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

The room was very small, especially bathroom. Furniture old and shabby. The staff is not very hardworking - you have to do everything yourself, i.e. call for airport transportation. Great location - opposite of the Essex House.

5.2 Ordinary
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Italy

I stayed in NY for 5 days, the location is great but the noise is terrible becouse there is a skyscraper under construction near the hotel.

8.2 Very Good
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Argentina

Great location!!! It is basic, but you do not want more if you visit the city during most part of the day. There is no hotel in Manhattan for this price. One block from Central Park and steps from Fifth Avenue. Two subway lines one block away. The elevator a little slow and has a work under construction next door, but when I requested to change the room, there was no problem. Within the price includes a modest breakfast at the bar next door. A bargain! The rooms are small but very clean. You definitely get a lot more than you are paying. Definitely would return!!!

3.6
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

Location good but room very small and building work starts at 7am,ok for short stay.Central Park and shopping nearby.

2.9
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Norway

Not very qoiet, a lot of building on the outside. Some of the staff were very helpfull others not very helpful.

8.6 Excellent
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • France

clean, quiet and cosy room in the heart of Manhattan (near to Central Park), with reasonable rate, good and kind assistance of staff, definitely recommend the place

8.3 Very Good
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • USA

Didn't get a final printout of the bill hich makes me nervous but desk staff were helpful and maids did a great job as well. Everyone very nice and accommodating. Talked to many who have been coming here for years and location can't be beat. Only one elevator and could only hold 4 but that was only downfall besides no lobby. Willing to return with lower cost and great location and clean room, friendly people.

5.6 Ordinary
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

This is beyond a doubt, the least expensive hotel in manhattan. Do not count on the staff to answer a single question or help out in anything but perhaps holding your luggage for an hour or two. They barely look up from the computer screens.The room was miniscule, felt more like a prison cell, with a window that looked out onto a wall, there was no way to see either the sky or the ground. The bathroom was tiny, the shower took forever to get hot. They are building a tall hotel nearby and the noise starts at 7:30 a.m. All that said, the room and bathroom were very clean, and the location is fabulous. Across the street from great restaurants, near Carnegie hall, near Central Park and Columbus Circle and the subway. And the price was excellent. We will probably stay there again. sigh.

8.4 Very Good
  • May 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Canada

The room was small but pricewise I got for my money. Very well situated and clean.

8.0 Very Good
  • April 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Venezuela

Overall the relation price vs. value is great. The main pro of the hotel is the location, there is no better. As close to 5th Av. as to Broadway. The only cons I would mention are related to cleanning (not the best) and the elevator which didn't work in 2 of our 6 night stay. There is a 24h súper half block away and the Apple store 24h open with free wifi 2 blocks away id considere the internet service of the hotel expensive. We will come back for sure.

9.5 Outstanding!
  • April 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

This hotel was great. The rooms are small which is what you should expect for midtown Manhattan - the hotel was located about two blocks from Central Park. Our room had a small private bathroom, though there are rooms in the hotel that share a bathroom in the hallway. Everything was clean, and the staff was nice. Great price and a great stay!

5.8 Ordinary
  • April 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Germany

Hotel is fine as far as location is concerned, staff is wavering between friendly, grumpy disinterested, New York Style as it is famous or infamous. The location (only a few blocks away from MOMA, Carnehie Hall and Central Park attractions) is worth the price. Still: a hair dryer would be an improvement... :_) Christoph

3.7
  • April 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • GB

I read reviews saying the rooms were small but clean and today which i had no problem with, when we arrived they could have done with a hoover and staff bit that friendly. When we entered the room we were immediately confronted by a high pitched whistling from the radiators which have a steam release valve that sounded like a kettle on the boil and this would go off at regular intervals and when questioned we were told this is normal. Every morning we were woken by building works next door at 6am and in all we had a very restkess 3 nights sleep and I would not recommend unless you don't want any sleep,

6.0 Fair
  • April 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Italy

We stayed 3 nights at Park Savoy. Our room (902) was Queen Size Bedroom, without view to the exterior: to check the weather outside one is obliged to get out of the hotel. On the other hand the position, near Colombus Square, Central Park and Subway stations, is excellent. And, if the hotel doesn't have its own restaurant/bar, there are a bar/restaurant (excellent Mojito!!!) and a pizzeria just outside.

9.6 Outstanding!
  • April 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

First time staying at the Savoy and I would definitely recommend it to friends.

7.6 Good
  • March 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Lithuania

Excellent location. Good price and quality combination.

7.6 Good
  • March 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Switzerland

Be patient for hot water (about one or two minutes)

6.4 Fair
  • March 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • India

This was my first visit to New York and was really happy with the location of the hotel. It is pretty close to all the main attractions of midtown NY. The hotel is right next to the downtown end of the Central Park too which was really cool! The rooms were very well maintained and clean. They donot serve breakfast but there are lots of places around the street to eat. Now to the downs..the rooms were too small but then it doesnot matter much if you are hardly using the room to sleep. The bed and the headboard was too shaky...it shook every time we turned in bed!! Overall, not a bad deal considering the price of 89$ + taxes in the heart of the city!

7.9 Good
  • February 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Brazil

I went to a conference and wanted to be in a well located place, affordable but nice. The Park Savoy was all that. The room was small but it was very sunny and clean, good shower and a good price for the wonderful location.

6.5 Fair
  • January 2012
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Brazil

Hotel near subway and most important attractions in NYC area. Is very close from Central Park and the subway trains A,E,F, NQR, 1, 2 e 3, thus this makes your visit very simple. By the other hand, there's a very poor breakfast, the room is small and the service isn't so good. It's a cheap hotel so you have to think about, to me it's worth.

2.1
  • December 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • USA

We were given a horrible room on the 8th floor that looked as if it was leftovers. There was no heat nor regulation vents in the room so it was cold. We were not able to check into our room until 12:30 a.m. and I think that is why we were given inferior accommodations. Frankly, I would like a refund or a discount for my next visit. I have stayed at the Park Savoy three other times with no problem.

7.1 Good
  • December 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with young children
  • Brazil

Standart room with a single bed is very small, including the bathroom. The staff is kind.

2.2
  • December 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Brazil

Great location, awful hotel

9.7 Outstanding!
  • December 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

Travelled to NY with my sister for a play and to tour NY. I was really pleased with my stay, the price was just right and the location was great. I will be staying at your hotel again, thank you.

5.6 Ordinary
  • November 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Japan

The best location from Manhattan. Access by JFK airport is very easy. But if you stay this hotel, you don't Excessively hope for anything except good sleep.

6.1 Fair
  • November 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

I thought at first, what a nice closet. After climbing over the bed to get in the room I realized it was the room... It was nice, saved a lot of walking. One step out of bed and BAM, in the bathroom. No walking at all, could almost hit the toilet from the bed.. As a matter of fact I think someone before us tried.. But for the price, not bad at all and the staff was very nice and also helpful when asking about the people sleeping in stair case.... The brick wall outside the window wasn't all that bad to look at, counted 1298 bricks before falling asleep... Elevator was, was... interesting.. Never knew I had a problem with tight places... It should be rated for 1.5 Americans or 6 Ethiopians... In fact, I had a damn good time it was more or less clean, sort of run down, but would be great material for a comedian, and the Health Dept.. And YES we will use the Savoy next time..Sleep tight don't.......

3.0
  • October 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • Canada

Very noisy room. Very poor value for money. Breakfast only consists of a cup of coffee and a piece of bread. No parking available at thé hotel.

8.6 Excellent
  • October 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

If you constantly remind yourself that you are paying 130 usd a night and you are one block away from central park and the subway, cost/benefit relationship is a 10. Rooms are small but clean. People at the front desk aren't going to be your best friends but are nice and willing to help. This is not the Ritz Carlton... this a budget hotel, and it works really great from that point of view!

7.2 Good
  • October 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

I hope the low numbers won't keep you away. The fact is, if you were in the suburbs, you would turn around and drive away, headed for Motel 6. In NYC, however, this hotel is good value. It's right in the middle of everything and the price is great for a room with its own bathroom. Across the street at the Essex, rooms start at $579. The rooms are small, as is usual for NYC, and well-kept, albeit a bit run down. The beds are extra firm which is not a plus but the linens are clean and new. Losing the bedspreads for an easily cleanable duvet would be a bonus but, as said earlier, this is a budget hotel in NYC, rare and nice to find. As to the noise factor, bring ear plugs. This is not the fault of the hotel. There is major construction going on on 57 and 58th.

8.9 Excellent
  • August 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Canada

The short review: Stay here if you are on a budget, used to regular city background noise, accustomed to budget European hotel room sizes and want to stay in Midtown. Do not stay here if you prefer large room size over good location, central air over in-window AC and can't sleep without the quietness of suburban living. Real pros: LOCATION and price. Real cons: only paid wi-fi ($5 for 30 mins!!!), no fridge and really cheap pillows. Note the excessively high taxes on hotels in NYC - a $106 room is actually $125 after all the government tax. The long review: When I contemplated booking at Park Savoy, I looked at the reviews and saw that it ranked fairly high in Cleanliness and Location, but seemed to compensate that with noisy, tiny rooms and jerks working in the lobby. Turns out, it was a good place to stay. The rooms WERE clean and the location was SUPERB!! To address the complaints re noise - we didn't hear anyone else on our floor, so the room wasn't noisy because of our neighbours. The only sources of noise were the window AC and the construction happening next door. But that did not bother either of us - for us, the noise isn't a problem, simply because it's the regular audiotrack of a big city. If you are from a big city, the 'noise' at Park Savoy isn't anything you haven't slept through. But if you live in a quiet suburban cul-de-sac, then you'll probably complain about the "noise". The spaciousness of room - the rooms ARE indeed tiny. If you are used to pampered spaciousness of Best Westerns and Westins, then you'll feel cramped. But if you're ever travelled in Europe and have stayed in budget rooms there, you'll find Park Savoy to be JUST FINE. Just remember how expensive real estate in Manhattan is and how much you're paying per night at Park Savoy. In regards to the staff - everyone we encountered was nice to us. They were brief in their responses and they don't do much smalltalk, but that's the NY way of doing things. The staff downstairs answered all

8.4 Very Good
  • August 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Portugal

Staied with my wife 6 nights,Venere ofered great prices, compared to other sites ! The hotel has great location, 1min from Central Park and 10min from Time Square. The room was't very spaci but it was clean and so was the bathroom. The value for $ is great and the only bad thing i can point was the noise ! Windows have no sound isolation, so you can ear EVERY sound on the street ! I definitely recommended earplugs !

7.1 Good
  • August 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with young children
  • USA

Hotel located in an excellent area of NYC. Subway station very close, 10 mins walk from Time Sq. and 30 secs from Central Park. Room noisy due to works starting from 7am and aircon but clean and of acceptable size. No extra beds for kids if needed. Reception staff not helpful and cold but cleaning staff very nice and useful. As always, car parks nearby are extremely expensive (approx. 55$ for 24 hrs.) but plenty of them in that area which is good. Overall a place to recommend given the challenge it is to find a good place to stay at a ''reasonable price" in New York.

3.8
  • July 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

NOISE, NOISE, NOISE !!!

6.0 Fair
  • July 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Hungary

Was good to stay 4 days for business purposes. Central Park is 1.5 minutes far. The room is noisy, the AC is the loudest I ever heard. Overall I would suggest for individual travellers more than couples/families.

9.9 Outstanding!
  • July 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

This hotel is awesome for anyone who wants to stay in the city and wants to see the city. the hotel and the room are clean and maid service is provided daily. the price cannot be beat unless you need a gym, a pool, a coffee maker in your room and all that nonsense. my stay was superb!

3.6
  • July 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Senegal

the park savoy hotel is more cheeper but i didnt appreciate this place . and i just spleep in this hotel one day and after i was going in another place. in december i will go to new york and i will take a more good hotel .

7.8 Good
  • July 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Czech Republic

Really terrible soft bed. Our back hurt. Too loud or too hot in room.

7.0 Good
  • July 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Norway

I'll repeat what people on for example Tripadvisor has said about this place: the rooms are small, the frills non existent and everything is just at the adequate level - but you can't beat the location (for it's price level anyhow)! If this hotel was able to update it's facilities and tie in better services without raising their prices it would get far better ratings. Still, fine choice for budget travellers who want to stay centrally on Manhattan.

3.7
  • July 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Argentina

PSH is good to have an amazing experience in NYC, if you don't have a lot of money to spend. Hotel is located in a silent place, near to Central Park and Time Square.

9.0 Wonderful!
  • June 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • USA

It was brilliant. Especially the location. I can walk to times square only 10 minutes.

6.6 Fair
  • June 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • USA

Good price hotel for prime location in the midtown. However, bedsheets made me itch when I slept, and I didn't sleep very well on the bed. A good place to crash when you want to be in the center of NYC but nothing more than that. The room has a lot of bass noise from the club nearby. Unfortunately, I stayed at The Mirage in Vegas prior to my NYC trip, so that didn't help this review. Still, good price for prime location, but don't expect too much other than a decent place to crash.

7.8 Good
  • May 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Brazil

I think that was necessary a free wifi internet.

8.3 Very Good
  • May 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Belgium

Great location - despite building site next door! Rooms very small but clean and ensuite even included toiletries. A very good restaurant just on corner of 7th and 58th- Petrossian, and of course, Carnegie Hall and Russian Tea Room literally round the corner. Excellent budget accommodation!!

1.9
  • May 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Russia

i am strongly not recommend this hotel for stay more than 1 night

7.2 Good
  • May 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

Great location. Modest room, very finicky shower. Clean sheets. Construction going on across the street, so be prepared for early am noise. Rooms are remarkably quiet with regards to other guests. I found the staff helpful, in contrast with other reivews.

8.7 Excellent
  • April 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • USA

I was planning about a week-long vacation in New York City, and I wanted to find an inexpensive hotel with a convenient location and no bed bugs. The Park Savoy fit that bill, and overall, I was pretty pleased. There were some quirks with the television, and construction was going on next door, but these were not serious problems. For the money, I got exactly what I wanted, and I would stay there again in a heartbeat.

2.7
  • March 2011
  • Venere Guest
  • USA

Horrible customer service!!! Do not stay here if you want customer service. The room was tiny I mean even if your staying with family you feel confined. The room is the size of a large closet. The facility was so ragady that the door to the bathroom got stuck and I was trapped for an hour. When we called maintenance and spoke the front desk they said and I quote "that's not our fault". They also asked if we really needed to use the bathroom at all b/c they were totally booked there only solution was to check out. They finally busted me out of the bathroom and proceeded to close the door and it was locked again. The other option was to use the bathroom w/out closing the door b/c if we were to close the door we would be trapped! Finally they taped the lock so it wouldnt get stuck again. Trying to find the hotel manager is like trying to talk to the president no one knows where he is and how to find him... The only positive thing about this hotel is location and because of that they offer nothing else! Again do not go there if you might think you need to actually use the restroom in the room b/c you may be trapped make sure to bring a nice size book so you have something to do while they break you out.

9.4 Outstanding!
  • August 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

This is a very reasonably-priced hotel in a great location. We enjoyed our stay and will return. The room is small but comfortably furnished, cute efficient bath. The continental breakfast features good quality pastry from a local bakery. I had a delicious croissant with almond filling one day, and a big blueberry muffin the next. They also had real NYC style bagels. The luggage storage is very secure, in a locked room that the maid has to open.

7.4 Good
  • July 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

The location of the Park Savoy suited me quite well. It is within walking distance of the BoltBus stop from DC to NYC (24 blocks, about 30 minutes walk), as well as being within walking distance of Times Square, Broadway, Carnegie Hall, 5th Avenue and Central Park. The accommodations are spartan, but the guest room as well as the bit of public space (postage stamp size lobby, elevator that carries 3 people comfortably, stairwells) were very clean. The guest room (which includes a petite but complete bathroom with toilet, tiny sink, mirrors and shower) reminds me of rooms in the old hotels in Paris - compact but serviceable. A flat screen TV was mounted on the wall with cable access, including HBO. In addition to the double size bed, there was a night stand with a lamp, and a desk with a chair, plus a good size closet. The blinds on the window as well as the furniture were made of wood. The carpet seemed to be new. There was a large framed Monet print on the long wall. Every object was in good condition and clean. My only teensy complaint was that the pillows had a very faint smell of cigarette smoke. I slept soundly and everything worked properly. I plan to make the Park Savoy my home base the next time I return to New York City. Well worth $125 (including tax)!!

6.5 Fair
  • June 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • USA

This was our first time staying at the Park Savoy and location wise, it was fantastic! However, front desk personnel rarely spoke when going in and out of the hotel,some didn't speak at all, not even good morning, good evening etc. Never knew the name of the front desk personnel. I asked for a hair dryer one day after getting caught in the rain, they wouldn't give it to me until I gave them my drivers license! All of our credit card info is right there in their computer, and they wanted my driver license too.. thought this was ridiculous! They could improve by teaching their staff to be more interactive with guests and having the maids speak english as well.

2.4
  • June 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • USA

No at all what I expected....there is no $25 per night parking next door, it appears it has been closed for quite a while. You walk into the hotel via a small corridor to a rickety elevator and noisy ac. quite a let down. BUT Norma's breakfast at the Meridian was wonderful..will stay there next time.

6.0 Fair
  • June 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Mature couple
  • Austria

Hotel location is just on block away from central park south and close to 2 metro-stations. Room is clean however like most old hotels in USA the room walls are very thin so you hear everything from outside and stairs. Rooms are very small and also the "double bed" is very small (<queen size I'd say). The price is cheap if you book late - but I'd say the price/quality relationship is not the best. cheers

5.2 Ordinary
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • Peru

The brakfast was poor. They only have one coffee machine and bread (only one piece per person). The price is high for what you really get,

5.2 Ordinary
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • USA

Good location. VERY BAD service.

6.5 Fair
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • Italy

Excellent position close to Central Park and 5th avenue. The hotel is very old, elevator superslow, no services at all and bath very small but after all the room was ok and clean enough.

6.5 Fair
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Group
  • USA

In city to attend daughters college graduation at Radio City Music Hall, so there was 5 of us. Great location. Nice pleasant walk to it. Also nice walk to Central Park, Times Square and great restaurants. Hotel itself was the cheapest I found in that area. We were on 3rd floor and could hear everything outside all night! Elevator is the slowest we every took. Would only hold 4 people at a time so we kept splitting up, when someone would decide to take the stairs. It's the old fashioned one where the door has to be physically opened which is difficult when you have luggage to hold as well. We checked out and they held our luggage all day which was really great. Sheets were super scratchy, but clean. Pillows very small and uncomfortable. Bathroom had no hooks to hold anything and no counter space and bad lighting. Also no electrical outlets in bathroom! Bedroom itself was real large and clean. Hotel is what it is for an old apartment building but could have thought more about the comfort of people. Check in desk is in the tiny hall area and if you have a quick question while another party is checking in, you'll have to wait, because it seems like only one person was ever at the desk at a time. Wasn't told during check in about the "breakfast room". So we did find a restaurant for that. Really wasn't told about much at check in. Expected a better welcome and a few brochures available for area, but you're on your own for that too. In future, I would bring my own pillow, hooks that could over the bathroom door, ear plugs. Not good for elderly, parties of more than 4, or physically challenged people that can't do stairs and can't push the heavy door open, but are tired of the slow, small elevator. No vending machines but a convenient store next door. Total for 2 double rooms for 1 night was $402 with taxes so depending on what you are there for, it would not be a good choice if you were spending any time at all in the hotel. If you need a cheap place to shower and sleep

4.9 Ordinary
  • March 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Argentina

No views at all. Small rooms. You can hear the TV from other rooms. Uncomfortable place for breakfast, need to take it to your own room. Small bathrooms. Slow and small elevator. We haven’t received breakfast one day. The personnel responds to your simple request but make you feel that you are bothering. For couples or group that only need a place to sleep, the price is reasonable and it is very well located (just one block from Central Park).

7.6 Good
  • September 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Young couple
  • Canada

This hotel has an excellent location in mid-town Manhattan a stone's throw from Central Park on its southern edge between 6th & 7th Avenues. The rooms are clean with an adjustable air conditioner, tv/remote, closet and desk. The bathroom was on the smaller side but clean and functional. The bed was firm and sheets and towels changed daily. Good value for the money and, again, a fantastic location close to several subway lines (at Columbus Circle) and Central Park. On the downside, there is no lobby area as such. The reception area is narrow so guests entering and leaving with luggage to or from the elevator will find it a challenge. The staff at the reception desk are not particularly energetic but if you are seldom in the hotel, as we were, it hardly matters. Cleaning staff start early and if you're a light sleeper you'll probably be awakened as the hallways are narrow. Ask for a Do Not Disturb sign for your door handle or you can expect entry. Phones are available in the rooms but you'll need to buy a $5 phone card from the reception desk to be able to dial out to access even local numbers. The phone card can only be used in the hotel so you may be better off buying a regular phone card from any convenience store that you would be able to use at phones anywhere in the city. The hotel is nine floors total and there is an elevator but be warned - it is very small (holds a maximum of 4 people)and very, very, very slow. The biggest drawback to the Park Savoy though would have to be the construction site adjacent to the hotel. Hydraulic jackhammers pounding below the surface next door can be felt throughout the hotel from 8ish to 5ish during the weekdays and I imagine rooms overlooking the site will hear and feel the worst of it. If you are staying over the weekend you'll be fine as the site closes down between Friday evening and Monday morning.

8.6 Excellent
  • September 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Mexico

Is a small hotel but very clean and with an excellent location near of Central Park and Times Square in a quiet zone, everything was great just the person in the reception very serious and witout interaction with the guests for give you a recommendation or something like that, a little kindess. But I recommend this hotel in your next vivit to NY

8.6 Excellent
  • September 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Gay Couple
  • USA

Tiny, European style hotel, great location, despite the construction. Inexpensive for NYC, outrageous for anywhere else.

4.6 Ordinary
  • August 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • Czech Republic

Staff should have been more willing to inform about services availables and about city.

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Room Details

Park Savoy Hotel has 85 guest rooms. Guests can unwind at the end of a long day and enjoy televisions with cable channels. Corporate travelers visiting the Central Park area will benefit from wireless high-speed Internet access (charges apply) as well as direct-dial phones. Every room comes with an ensuite bathroom. Additional comforts include air conditioning.

Accommodation Services

  • Air conditioning
  • TV
  • Telephone
  • Direct dial phone
  • Cable TV
  • Wireless Internet access

How to reach Park Savoy Hotel

By car
From JFK International Airport take the Van Wyck Expressway for approximately 9.3 km. Exit at Queens Boulevard (exit 9) and follow Rt-25 for 11 km. Then turn right and follow Queens Plaza North for 357 m then turn left at the Queensboro Bridge/59th Street and follow Queensboro Bridge for 382 m. Proceed along the Queensboro Bridge-Lower Level for 1.6 km. At the 2nd Avenue-South sign follow 2nd Avenue for 560 m. Then turn right, follow E 57th St for 850 m. Follow W 57th St for 1.4 km and then turn right onto 8th Avenue. Turn right onto W 58th Street and proceed to the hotel, which is located between 6th and 7th Avenues.
From LaGuardia International Airport turn right and follow Ditmars Boulevard and turn right on Astoria Boulevard. Then take Brooklyn Queens Expy East and the motorway I-278. At the Northern Blvd sign, take exit 38 and follow Rt-25a for 3.5 km. Then turn right and follow Queens Plaza North then turn left at the Queensboro Bridge/59th Street and follow Queensboro Bridge. Proceed along the Queensboro Bridge-Lower Level for 1.6 km. At the 2nd Avenue-South sign follow 2nd Avenue for 560 m. Then turn right, follow E 57th St for 850 m. Follow W 57th St for 1.4 km and then make a right onto 8th Avenue. Turn right onto W 58th Street and proceed until you reach the hotel, which is located between 6th and 7th Avenues.
From Newark International Airport follow the signs for Garden State Parkway/Clinton/New Jersey Turnpike(I-95)/Holland Tunnel/New York City and take motorway I-78 for 3.3 km. Then take motorway I-95 for 12.9 km until Hudson. At the Lincoln Tunnel take motorway I-495 for 7 km. At the 36 St & South/Long Island/40 St & North/West Side Hwy turn left and follow Dyer Ave for 310 m. Turn left and follow W 42nd St for 150 m. Then make a left onto 8th Avenue and a right onto W 58th Street. The hotel will be on your right.

By train
From Grand Central Station take the purple subway line (7) until Times Square then switch to the red line (1-2-3-9) and get off on 59th street and Columbus Circle, just one block north of the hotel. From Pennsylvania Station take the red line (1-2-3-9) and follow the indications above.

By airplane
From JFK International Airport take the New York Airport Service Express Bus for Midtown Manhattan/West Side until Pennsylvania Station, then follow the indications above. You can also take the Super Shuttle Manhattan, which offers a shared door to door service to any address in Manhattan, including all hotels. Another option is to take the Air Train Jfk till the Howard Beach or Jamaica subway stops. The blue line of the undeground will take you till the 59th street and Columbus Circle, just one block north of the hotel.
From LaGuardia International Airport take the New York Airport Service Express Bus for Midtown Manhattan/West Side until Pennsylvania Station, then follow the indications above. You can also take the Super Shuttle Manhattan, which offers a shared door to door service to any address in Manhattan, including all hotels.
From Newark International Airport take the Newark Liberty Airport Express Bus for Midtown Manhattan/West Side until Pennsylvania Station, then follow the indications above. You can also take the Super Shuttle Manhattan, which offers a shared door to door service to any address in Manhattan, including all hotels.

Distances from Park Savoy Hotel

Carnegie Hall - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
Museum of Arts and Design - 0.4 km / 0.2 mi
Columbus Circle - 0.4 km / 0.2 mi
Time Warner Center - 0.4 km / 0.2 mi
Ed Sullivan Theater - 0.4 km / 0.3 mi
Tiffany & Co. - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
Museum of Modern Art - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
American Folk Art Museum - 0.5 km / 0.3 mi
Museum of Biblical Art - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
Roseland Ballroom - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
August Wilson Theater - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
Gershwin Theater - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
Museum of Television and Radio - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
Radio City Music Hall - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
Central Park Zoo - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
The closest major airports to Park Savoy Hotel are:
New York, NY (TSS-East 34th Street Heliport) - 2.7 km / 1.7 mi
New York, NY (JRB-Downtown Manhattan Heliport) - 7.6 km / 4.7 mi
New York, NY (LGA-LaGuardia) - 9 km / 5.6 mi
Newark, NJ (EWR-Liberty Intl.) - 18.7 km / 11.6 mi

The preferred airport for Park Savoy Hotel is New York, NY (LGA-LaGuardia).

Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance.

Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometre.

There is no official body operating a star rating scheme for accommodation in this city and therefore this hotel has been classified by the property itself.