Cassa Times Square Hotel and Residences
What We Love
- A four-star boutique hotel within walking distance of Times Square, with breakfastThe address, in Midtown West and within walking distance of Times Square
- The contemporary décor in the accommodations
- The complimentary breakfast, helping you kick-start your days in the Big Apple
What To Know
- Located in Hell's Kitchen and surrounded by plenty of worthwhile dining options
- Take a 10-minute walk and you'll be at the start of the High Line
- Free WiFi works well
Have it made in Manhattan at TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence-winning Cassa Times Square Hotel and Residences, with a Midtown locale that puts you smack-dab in the middle of the city action. Don’t worry – your accommodation is a tranquil respite from NYC’s hustle and bustle, and the rest of the property’s pretty laid-back, too. Enjoy a well-equipped fitness room, for instance, and seasonal outdoor Jacuzzi.
Step out the front door, though, and you can reach iconic attractions in a New York minute. The famed Theater District, the Empire State Building, the shops along Fifth Avenue and more New York cultural destinations than you can handle are all at your fingertips. Fall in love with the city, as you stand among the flashing lights, perch atop the TKTS-booth staircase or ride any of the 10-plus subway lines in the neighborhood to another. However you choose to bite into the Big Apple, when you stay at Cassa Times Square, it’s going to sink its teeth into you right back.
Rooms and suites
Each accommodation is meant to feel relaxed and residential, as well as thoroughly modern – there’s contemporary artwork, and bathrooms show off The White
Check off all those items on that NYC bucket list easily, thanks to the hotel’s ideal location, putting you right in the Midtown action and walking distance from the bright lights of iconic Times Square. Famous restaurants, department stores and landmarks are just steps from your room, so also shop at Macy’s and on Fifth Avenue, visit the Empire State Building, see a Broadway show, savor a slice of pizza or a New York strip steak, and explore all the history and culture this bustling island holds. Hop on the subway to relocate to another neighborhood, or even borough, entirely.
How to Get There
Also your website suggest that you are at timesquere but in fact in complete other neighbourhood.
Also the room make up very poor and not really attention to the customer. Breakfast was ok. Bed was ok. But pillows old and you should replace them now and then. Shower great!
We stayed for one night and chose the Cassa because of its proximity to Broadway. Positives - the hotel and room were very clean and comfortable and breakfast was fine - typical of a quick hotel breakfast with bagels, breads, cereals, fruit, yogurt, juices, and fresh scrambled eggs (real ones!) and tater tots. Our room was tiny for 3 people, but clean and beds were fine. The desk staff were friendly and helpful, both in person and on the phone. There are water bottles and apples in the lobby all the time, as well as wine & cheese from 4 to 5 daily. The rooftop deck is fantastic - no bar at this time but you can bring your own drinks or picnic and there is lots of comfortable seating, and a hot tub at times. The rooftop is very spacious with even a grassy area. Great for kids. Negatives - I didn't read all the info before making my non-refundable reservation, so I didn't realize that there is no luggage storage, and parking is in an adjacent (very close) lot so is pricey. The desk staff advised me to book the parking through Spot Hero, which I did and saved $10 that way. You can leave luggage down the street for $10 a bag, but we just packed everything into a day pack and carried our luggage around during the day. Other hotels in the area will check your bags so check around if this is important to you. Check in says 3pm on the website but it's really 4 pm. We arrived at 3:30 and were able to check in. There is a $75 "deposit" which they say is refundable (and I will check) but was very odd and confusing - I have never had to pay a deposit before at a hotel. We enjoyed our stay but will not stay there again as usually we have bags and like to tour the city after check-out time.
Excellent small hotel in Hell's Kitchen. Close to Times Square, the Javitz Center, and the Empire State Building, it is a wonderful choice for exploring NYC. The rooms are spacious (for NYC) and nicely set up with a very modern vibe.