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July 17, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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The Court, A St Giles Premier Hotel in Manhattan, New York

Strolling just a few blocks in any direction from its fantastic Midtown Manhattan location, you will find that New York's The Court is a comfortable escape in the heart of a fascinating city. Soft tones and a dark, chic atmosphere dominate each guest room, complete with plush accommodations and all the amenities required by the modern traveler. Comfortable chaise lounges are perfect for easing into for a relaxing afternoon, and city views remind you that the brilliance of New York is just outside your door. At St Giles Hotel you are within walking distance of many of the most iconic New York City attractions, while still maintaining a peaceful home away from home.

Stroll just a few blocks to the excitement of Grand Central Station, or check out the luxurious storefronts on 5th Avenue. Take time for some shopping or continue on to Times Square and make your way through the Broadway theater district. Visit the top of the Empire State Building or take a tour of the Chrysler Building for sweeping views of the city from above. Fall back in history with a romantic carriage ride through Central Park for a view from within. For a beautiful night out, take in the Metropolitan Opera, New York Philharmonic, or NYC Ballet at the Lincoln Center, or let your inner fan out to catch the Knicks at Madison Square Garden. In this amazing city, dining options abound, so take advantage and sample a little of everything. From cheesecake to pizza to bagels, New York is famous for originating some of the best foods around. Best of all, everything is just a few blocks or a short cab ride away.

Location of The Court, A St Giles Premier Hotel

The Court, A St Giles Premier Hotel
120 & 130 East 39th Street
10016
Manhattan, New York

Nearest Airport: LGA

Amenities for The Court, A St Giles Premier Hotel

  • General Information
  • 199 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • 24-Hour Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Laundry Service
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • High-Speed Internet Access
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Bathrobes
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • DVD Players
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Iron/Ironing Boards
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Radio & CD Players
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • 24-Hour Business Center
  • Business Services
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts

Reviews for The Court, A St Giles Premier Hotel

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

Four years ago, I booked a stay at The Court, but back then, I was given an upgrade to their sister property The Tuscany, which was amazing. This time, I booked The Court again, because The Tuscany was sold out. The location is great, it is only a short walk to many well-known attractions. My room was spacious and clean and I had a great view of the Chrysler building. The bed was comfortable. Staff was friendly and we received a very nice map, which was helpful even though it was my fifth stay in NYC. For breakfast, I recommend going to Essen on Madison Avenue. A few downfalls: the fact that the room needs an upgrade, the furniture is a bit worn-down and could use some paint, and there was quite a bit of noise from the street due to the airconditioning that has not been built in very well. It took me one night to get used to this.

MarlyB902 - The Netherlands


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

It is well located on 39th and Lex. Rooms are big. Team is nice and responsive. This is where the pros end. The hotel is very small, thus has no peripheral facilities (some offered in an adjacent sister hotel). Coffee served for 3 hours a day in tiny lobby (not available in room, no room service). No restaurant or breakfast place, but there are several dining options on Lexington avenue around it. The inside of the room is a mixture of some more modern furniture with very old sink/toilette. Broken floor tile, washed-out rug, some synthetic bed cover, but no blanket. Torn sheet.The lighting is minimal. Very noisy (street noise in-spite of high floor) an could very much use some noise blocking windows. Unfortunately the standard of hotels in mid town Manhattan is so low that this hotel ends up being a more than fair option, nevertheless definitely overpriced.

GXR2013 - Pasadena, California


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I've stayed several times at this hotel's sister property "The Tuscany" and at first "The Court" appears like a mistreated sibling. Nevertheless, if you overlook tired carpets, old window blinds and a dark lobby, you find that the staff are very helpful, kind and attentive. The location is very good and I keep hoping that one day they'll spend the required dollars to update the property.

Fernando L - Quebec City, Canada


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The room at the Court was the largest hotel room I've ever stayed in in Manhattan. Nicely appointed, with a big desk, two couches, two televisions, a nice sized bathrooms, windows with a great view - I honestly couldn't find a complaint if I wanted to. The lobby is perhaps a bit gloomy, but I wasn't staying in the lobby. The location is great too - lots of terrific restaurants in the neighborhood and within walking distance of Broadway and great shopping. It's going to be the first hotel I check in the future.

mplstravel - Minneapolis


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed here for a week. Booked in March, stayed in early June. When we arrived, we were upgraded to a 2-room terrace suite, without asking. The suite must have been two separate rooms at one time. Both were very generously sized, and put together into a suite, were probably around 800-900 sq'. I know New Yorkers who would kill for that much space. The terrace is very small but overlooks Lexington Ave., and you can easily see the Chrysler building three blocks up. The bathroom was teeny with a slippery bathtub shower, but it had a window for fresh air. There was a 3-shelf unit on the wall so we could unpack our toiletries, and also used the window-sill. There were three windows in the living-room and two windows and a door to the terrace in the bedroom, so plenty of air and light. The only thing they didn't have was screens, so I was always aware of the potential for roof rats to climb in the open window while we slept. The king bed was very comfy, and there was a reading light on each side. What used to be a sliding-door closet in the bedroom is now an alcove with a vanity shelf across it and a big mirror, which would have been useful if they had used lightbulbs above it brighter than 25 watts. So it was good for storage but not much else. Living-room furniture and accessories were fine, but why they put two identical copies of the same book on the coffee table is a mystery. Housekeeping service was good. I asked for extra body lotion and got it right away. Lobby staff couldn't do enough for us, from Receptionists to concierge to doormen. There is no breakfast here, although fresh coffee is available in the lobby from 7:00-10:00 am daily. There's a very lively bar, the Lexington, off the lobby. The hotel is in need of updating. The lobby isn't very inviting, and the corridor to the bathrooms is downright scary. The furniture is clean but old, and the paint on the doors, woodwork, and bathroom walls needs to be redone. We were told that the hotel was bought in October 2016 and is gradually being renovated. The outside on 39th St. was under scaffolding. Location is great, at the corner of Lexington and 39th St., as long as you aren't driving, especially on 39th St., which is a MESS. We could walk everywhere - Grand Central Station, Times Square, Public Library and Bryant Park - and the doormen got us cabs within a minute, every time we asked. We would definitely stay at The Court again.

Adeliegentoo - Sacramento, California


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