The Iroquois New York

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49 WEST 44TH STREET, New York, New York 10036
1-212-8403080
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Great location, good but not great value

A traveler

Travelocity.com

Excellent Midtown location near Times Square but on a relatively quiet street. Staff was friendly and the hotel was very clean...my one criticism is that the room was very small, even by NY standards.
Clean, but very small

A traveler

Travelocity.com

We stayed here over Easter weekend 2009. Hotel was very nice and clean but extremely small. Rooms were very hot and we were unable to change temperature...stuffy. Could not get the room very dark no room darking drapes only wood blinds and light ...Read more
First/Christmas Trip

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The Iriquois was a wonderful hotel for my first pleasure trip to New York with my elderly mother. The location was within walking distance of most everywhere we wanted to go, but off the beaten path so that it wasn't crazy and noisy all of the time. ...Read more
The Iroquois

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The Iroquois is a wonderful small, quiet, quaint hotel. The location is ideal. The service is excellent. As with all NYC hotels, the rooms are a bit cramped.
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A traveler

Travelocity.com

I liked the room. The only problem was that my husband is 6ft tall and his feet hung off the bed if he slept straight. I didn't like the location of the room. We had to keep the window blinds shut because we faced the building next to us and looked ...Read more


Clean, but very small

A traveler

Travelocity.com

We stayed here over Easter weekend 2009. Hotel was very nice and clean but extremely small. Rooms were very hot and we were unable to change temperature...stuffy. Could not get the room very dark no room darking drapes only wood blinds and light ...Read more
The Iroquois

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The Iroquois is a wonderful small, quiet, quaint hotel. The location is ideal. The service is excellent. As with all NYC hotels, the rooms are a bit cramped.
First/Christmas Trip

A traveler

Travelocity.com

The Iriquois was a wonderful hotel for my first pleasure trip to New York with my elderly mother. The location was within walking distance of most everywhere we wanted to go, but off the beaten path so that it wasn't crazy and noisy all of the time. ...Read more
bed

A traveler

Travelocity.com

I liked the room. The only problem was that my husband is 6ft tall and his feet hung off the bed if he slept straight. I didn't like the location of the room. We had to keep the window blinds shut because we faced the building next to us and ...Read more
The Iroquois