What We Love
- Free WiFi
- Tech perks include wireless charging, LED TVs and Bluetooth sound systems
- Creative Italian dishes at Serafina restaurant
- 2,500-square-foot enclosed rooftop den overlooking Broadway
What To Know
- Room and lobby renovations were completed in December 2014
- There's a rooftop terrace, dubbed PHD, with incredible views of Midtown and Times Square
- Valet parking is available for a fee
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Housed in an 1895 Beaux-Arts flatiron building, the Dream Midtown feels fully modern thanks to a $22 million facelift. The lobby feels slick and tailored with mod charcoal and purple velvet seating, geometric-patterned floors and an open-plan layout. The only souvenir from the hotel’s previous design? A whimsical floor-to-ceiling fish tank housed in a giant pillar. Studio GAIA spearheaded the head-to-toe reno of the 216 guest rooms. Bright floral-patterned headboards wrap up into a canopy on the ceiling, and the pillowy beds are topped in soft duvets with chartreuse and violet pillows. Bathrooms spoil with gleaming Carrera marble, stainless steel fixtures and signature Dream toiletries. We dig the thoughtful tech perks, from wireless charging stations to Bluetooth-enabled radios. Off the corner of the lobby, Serafina restaurant dishes up creative Italian fare, like baked branzino encased in Sicilian salt, in Fellini-inspired digs. For after-dinner drinks head to The Bar, the cozy lobby lounge with dark leather seating, or up to PHD, a 2,500-square-foot rooftop den and outdoor space overlooking Broadway and Times Square.
In the Area
Guests don’t have to go far to see celebrities; past guests include everyone from Ozzy Osbourne to Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston. For more star-gazing, score discounted Broadway show tickets at the TKTS booth in Times Square, seven blocks south of the hotel. You’re also within walking distance of some of the city’s (and the world’s) best restaurants. Ask the concierge to help you score a table at Thomas Keller’s legendary Per Se, Michael White’s Italian seafood temple Marea or Eric Ripert’s elegant Le Bernardin. Afterwards, check out Jazz at Lincoln Center in the nearby Time Warner Center or walk a few blocks farther uptown to see the ballet, opera or symphony at the main campus of Lincoln Center.
How to Get There
My girlfriend and I stayed for one night at dream and we loved it! The rooms are beautifully decorated and beds were comfortable. The restaurant has a fabulous breakfast and great service. The price was very reasonable and the hotel is conveniently located to many great places to explore. We will definitely be back!
Like in the title..the location is perfect. Near Central Park, near Times Square, near 5th Ave.
In my opinion is not a 4 stars hotel. In our case, when we arrived, the room was not how it was supposed to be a 4 stars hotel. I think the pictures speaks..
In rest, the elevators are old and very noisy, you can hear even when someone is walking in the hallway.
My advise is to look after another hotel, because it’s not ok to pay only the location..
Wow what a great place an amazing hotel has been a lot of fun staying here great location to many places around Midtown easy access easy location bed was very very comfortable and very clean, just what you would expect from a great hotel it wo