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Paramount Hotel

Paramount Hotel

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5247 Reviews

Best value luxury in Times Square

Ultra modern design by Philippe Starck sets The Paramount Hotel apart from the other Times Square properties. The stylish rooms are finished in clean, crisp white, grey and red, and the rest of the hotel doesn’t disappoint either boasting an air of boutique urban luxury. Overlooking the dramatic lobby, the Paramount Bar & Grill serves up tantalizing American cuisine, while Corso Coffee is ideal for a quick snack or Italian style coffee. Keep up to date with all the gossip back home with the free wifi available in the hotel's lobby and common areas.

  • Fantastic location in the heart of Manhattan
  • See and be seen in the stylish lobby
  • Dine in the famous Paramount Bar & Grill
  • Boutique-style urban furnished ooms

Hotel Features

  • Check-in Time:
    02:00
  • Check-out Time:
    11:00
  • 597 rooms
  • Minimum age: 21
  • Floors have lift access: Yes

Main Facilities

  • Wifi

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only
Location Highlights

Paramount Hotel

5247 Reviews 61% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1031
  • Very Good 1626
  • Average 1250
  • Poor 686
  • Terrible 654

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

May 20, 2018

Perfect location

Lochem, Gelderland, Netherlands

Perfect location! Just 1 min walk from Times Square, however quite rooms! Rooms are very small, but comfortable. Possiblity to open a window for some fresh air. Extra costs for use facilities, even if you do not use them. Front desk not that friendly... You have to show you roomkey before using the elevator, which is a safety feeling.
May 20, 2018

Weekend Trip to NYC

Check in was a little slow. Only two people behind the counter. Lobby is very dark. They did store our bags for us as we checked in before the check in time. Perfect location! Room was very small. When I booked a standard room with hotel tonight, I did not know it was one full size bed. I asked at check in for two beds instead and it was considered an upgrade for two beds. Of course there was a fee. Usually most hotels across the US a standard room is either one bed or two, and in this case it was not. So I had to spend an extra $30 a night just to upgrade to two small beds. Did not like this policy at all. I wasn’t asking for a suite! Cool history of building and hotel. Ask about the gang shoot out that happened in the main lobby in the 20’s. Also ask about the old Speakeasy bar in their basement from that time as well. Very cool hearing all about this. It’s now called the Sony Hall and you can take the elevator down and walk around. They were very nice about it. Let us take a bunch of pics down there as well and told us stories of their old vaudeville acts. When the elevator brings you down there you are greeted with a wall of all knobs. I was hoping one of them was a secret room but no lol, I tried every one. Overall I would stay here again, just know the rooms are very small. Shower pressure very light. Towels felt very rough.
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