|"Good gym.great free coffee machine."||(in 32 reviews)|
|"Helpful staff, great location."||(in 129 reviews)|
|"Fantastic location for exploring New York."||(in 7 reviews)|
|"Rooms were small and dark."||(in 37 reviews)|
|"Air conditioner in room was LOUD."||(in 17 reviews)|
|"I didn’t like this hotel."||(in 33 reviews)|
The location mid-town was very convenient to my conference.
Bedbugs. They moved me to a much better room, but I was not confident that it was bedbug free. There was no way to make tea or coffee in my room. A huge drawback as far as I am concerned.
Staff- especially Arijan (sp), were courteous and professional, very accomodating.
Bathroom is a little small....1 person max
Old and genuine New York City
Charming, location is near shows and very central, interesting architectural details, great coffee from espresso machine in lobby and it's always available, nice to have two beds as I was traveling with my adult daughter, staff helpful and friendly
The room was cold and an engineer fixed our radiator, however, when temps hit the teens, you could feel cold air coming through the ac window unit. The shower tiles had some moldy grout.
Great, but small hotel
Good hotel for sleeping, but too small to spend much time in. So, it's good if you plan to see the NYC sights. Has a nice reading room up front with free wifi. Have to pay for wifi in the room which is kind of odd. Room was clean and comfortable for sleeping. I wouldn't recommend the hotel for families with young children. Perfect hotel for touring NYC or watching a Broadway show.
Great place to stay for weekend getaway in Midtown
Location in the middle of everything. Friendly staff and nice rooms for boutique hotel.
Free wifi in lobby only; paid wifi in rooms. Would have liked free wifi in rooms.
Film noir atmosphere; rude, robotic front desk cle
I love the character and history of this show. I film like I am in a film noir movie with its library, the spiral staircase and the classic, old NY feel of the rooms. The only complaint I had was the staff. The first time I stayed, they greeted me with such a welcoming warmth and interest in me as an individual. It was lovely! This time, they had a rude woman working the front desk who was so cold--no smile, no eye contact, just the most basic robotic responses. Please Mansfield Hotel, you have such class, such character! Hire people who treat people with respect and friendliness! Because of her, I may be looking to stay elsewhere in the city next time.
The rude, robotic woman at the front desk. Please find someone who is friendly, interested. It's a boutique hotel. It is charming and the service should reflect that charm!
Just plain dirty
It was a rather horrible experience. The room was small and dirty and nothing like what was advertised. The furniture was broken and it was facing a wall. The room next to mine had several people in it who were partying late into the night and even though I called the reception they refused to do anything about it. So there was shouting and music until after 2am. Probably one of the worst hotel i stayed at in a long time.
It was a gift for my siblings and it was terrible
Double room was smaller than anything they've seen before. It was only one tiny bed [I even called them explaining they are sister and brother] and I believe it was a twin or maximum a queen- my brother was taller than the size of the bed-unacceptable. My closet is bigger than that bathroom and the building is remodeling so it looked terrible and they so bugs on the shower-real gross. I payed the price of a 4 star hotel in Times Square and they told me they've been in more comfy hostels in Europe. Staff was not accommodating at all and since my family does not speak English very well they did not offer to change to a decent room (for the price I payed). I feel so bad for them and I feel scammed by this. Ridiculous.
no free wifi
Very small rooms
It was very clean
Room was very small and the bed was small as well
could be so much more....
great value, wonderful cozy old world flavor. Library with espresso machine and fireplace, beautiful marble staircases
Unbelievable lack of attention to detail. This hotel could be soooo much better if they simply cared about details. The gym has had 3 of the 4 cardio equipment broken for over 6 months! The hallway carpets are worn, the paint is scuffed, gym towels usually absent, gym t.v. broken... I would happily pay 10% more at this hotel for better TLC. Sadly, it seems they are content to compete on price alone, in spite of having a gem of a property. Poor management, in my opinion.
Great Boutique Hotel
Location, staff, and amenities were fantastic. Highly recommended
What didn't I like? The valet service through the hotel left trash from Subway in my car. Disappointed in that.
The staff were helpful and very friendly, especially the bellman and the reception staff The hotel was very clean. The rooms and public areas were also excellently furnished.
The bathroom was very small - It was not possible to sit on the toilet and close the door in room 803! also the bathroom floor was higher than the room, resulting in a cut foot on the first night
Helpfullness of front desk staff and central location of hotel
staff attitude and promptness
lack of towels unacceptable
the room was disgusting: small, dirty, not comfortable at all !!!
The location was perfect, our room very pretty
The Mansfield Hotel is a historic, high-end hotel situated in the heart of Manhattan, right between Fifth and Sixth Avenue. Sitting on 44th Street, this hotel is within minutes to Broadway theatres, fine dining, shopping, Times Square, and many other area attractions. There are 126 guest rooms available at this hotel, all featuring various city views and appointed with modern amenities. Hardwood floors and high-end linens are just the start of the luxury that this hotel is known for.
The Mansfield Hotel features charming, historic architectural details combined with modern decor for a stylish accommodation. This hotel was designed by James Renwick, known for The New York Public Library and Saint Patrick’s Cathedral, in 1890. Originally, it was meant to be a hostelry for high-end socialites and bachelors that came to New York’s Club Row. This pet-friendly hotel has since been transformed and now offers luxurious accommodations to guests throughout the 126 rooms and suites. There are 10 different types of rooms to choose from, including the Penthouse suite.
The Club Room, right off the main lobby, is available for entertaining and meetings. This room was originally designed as the hotel’s parlor and has been restored to its traditional Beaux Arts library design, offering a home-like setting right in the heart of New York City. Within walking distance, guests can visit Grand Central Station, Bryant Park, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, and all of the best shopping on Fifth Avenue.
based on 88 reviews
Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Mansfield is located at 12 West 44th Street in Midtown, 0.6 km from the centre of New York. New York Public Library is the closest landmark to The Mansfield.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Mansfield.
Yes, The Mansfield offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Mansfield does not offer free parking.
No, The Mansfield does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Mansfield is 9.4 km from New York LaGuardia.
No, pets are not allowed at The Mansfield.
No, The Mansfield does not have a pool on-site.