Wingate by Wyndham Manhattan Midtown

AAA Inspector Rating
235 W 35 St
New York, NY 10001- Map It
AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
Public Areas2.6
AAA Inspector Notes
The hotel is centrally located to Madison Square Garden, Javits Center, Times Square and the Garment District. The rooms here are traditional, and larger than most similar hotels in the neighborhood. Smoke free premises. 92 units. 18 stories, interior corridors. Accessibility (Call).

Amenities & Services

Swimming Pool
Pets Allowed
Fitness Center
ECO Friendly
Electric Charging
Business Center
Between 7th and 8th aves. 235 W 35 St 10001. Station: 34 St-Penn Station.
no self-parking.
Dining & Entertainment
restaurant, full bar.
Business Services
Available on premises
Room Amenities
refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers, high-speed Internet, wireless Internet, safes.
Sports & Recreation
exercise room.
Guest Services
valet laundry.

Guest Ratings

Based on Ratings from 885 guests
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Verified AAA Guest
The room we had was acceptable overall with nothing significant being an issue. The A/C unit was a bit on the noisy side but not enough to prevent a good nights sleep. Hotel could use an update. Just two main elevators for 18 floors of rooms is just not up to modern standards. Waiting for the elevator was 3-4 min each time we came/went. Breakfast included was nice with lots of selections. Nothing gourmet about the food, but no one was there preparing anything for you - all self serve.
Pros: The location to MSG. Literally, a 4-5 block walk to the main entrance on 7th Ave. Free breakfast. Internet connection worked fine, which is good because cell service was practically nil in the room. Bathroom was clean and a good size. King bed was comfortable
Cons: Slow elevator - only two to service 18 floors. Bit noisy A/C but it did work. Safe in the room did not work. Towels while fresh, could have been washed with fabric softeners to make them better.
Verified AAA Guest
Mediocre. As I believe others have said about the Wingate by Wyndham, the combo air conditioning/heating wall unit was loud when it ran, and it also ran a lot. That would seem to indicate that the hotel's insulative properties were insufficient to keep a steady temperature. This infernal noise made it very difficult to concentrate on the work I brought with me. In fact, the room was so inconducive to working that I felt I would be more productive shopping for a Fall outergarment for my teen. The desk chair was extremely uncomfortable, compounding the difficulty of getting work done. The refrigerator provided made a sound like something was brewing inside of it, going from more audible to less audible, every couple of seconds. That is like, what - 25 times per minute? Another distraction, especially since the recess for the fridge is beside the desk. Free breakfast was nice, but, with the exception of John at the front desk and a nice gal in housekeeping, none of the other staff I dealt with appeared interested in going out of their way to make a guest feel valued. Oh, yeah. The shower stall had 1/2 an outer wall and a shower curtain that hung 8" off the floor! I guess the extra floor drain in the bathroom and the grout holding the floor tiles together were expected to account for the water that teemed out of the stall when bathing. I could go on, but not much more. Criteria for AAA survey subjective. Example, location is fine if you want to be near Penn Stn, Herald Square, MSG. It is not so great if you desire theater, Rockefeller Center and the relative quiet of staying uptown vs. midtown. What does "room" mean? Is it the amount of room, such as square footage, or one's overall impression of the room? Public spaces were not visible upon entry. Must be tucked away somewhere almost like guests are discouraged from using them. Also, would I recommend this hotel to others? I would recommend if you need a place to stay in midtown, but only if you are able to get a deal on the room rate through one of the travel websites. Kudos to AAA for allowing members to speak their minds while still working with hoteliers.
Pros: 2 staff members were nice, helpful. Free breakfast was nice. 3rd party running it did a nice job.
Cons: Read above narrative, but I will add that I needed to remember to pull room door closed as the pump whose job it is to force door closure did not function fully. One more thing to think about, one more thing to slow you down in the fast-paced environment that is NYC.How could I forget this: I had NO CELLULAR SERVICE in my room (West side of bldg - the one with the razor wire, replete with bird feathers, right in front of your face as you look out your room's window, necessarily craning your head to get a look at the sky. View was gloomy as could be. I remember feeling like I was in prison.).
Family with Teens
Pros: The location was prefect for all the attractions in the theater district. Room was nice also.
Cons: Housekeeping missed our room on one of the days we stayed.
Verified Hotel Guest
Group Traveler
Pros: The staff is very accommodating. The rooms are very clean. Having a fridge in the room is nice.
Cons: If your room is in the front of the hotel you will hear lots of street noise. Ie:garbage trucks, drunk loud people from the bar downstairs, street racing, taxing honking. Typical NY noise. If you want sleep, request a room on the backside &wear earplugs.
Solo Traveler
Pros: great location and price. room was small 9 it IS NYC ), but all else was really quite nice. little japanese restaurant next door ( ASAMURA ) was really great. they allowed me to check in early and have a nap before i walked around. all in all a very
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