Hotel 32 32
What We Love
- Dedicated onsite Lifestyle Concierges, who can help facilitate access to Manhattan attractions
- 24/7 front desk service
- Complimentary, cooked-to-order breakfast at the neighboring diner, Captain’s Café
- Floor-to-ceiling windows in all 102 rooms
What To Know
- Though there isn’t a fitness center onsite, guests have free access to Boom Fitness, a gym around the corner
- King Deluxe rooms contain fully equipped kitchens
- Hotel guests are treated to exclusive food and drink deals at The Cutting Room, a popular live music venue in the neighborhood
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Balconies and kitchenettes aren’t elements you’d typically associate with a boutique Manhattan sleep, but a stay at this trendy Murray Hill property guarantees you at least one (and, in some cases, both) of those homey perks. Even the sun-drenched rooms aren’t the classic cramped quarters synonymous with the Big Apple, though the extra square footage comes at a cost: this hotel completely sacrifices a lobby in favor of your roomier chambers. Comic book- and graffiti-inspired paintings by resident artist Chris Georgalas, a Colombian-American creator with roots in nearby Jackson Heights who has been characterized as a modern-day Duchamp, fuel a distinctly urban ambience (originals are available for sale at the front desk). It’s just one of the myriad ways this four-star gem establishes a meaningful connection with its dynamic Midtown surroundings. Be sure to schedule a session with one of the friendly onsite concierges to skip the serpentine lines you might encounter elsewhere for city bus tours, Broadway shows, museum visits, and helicopter rides.
In the Area
Bold-faced landmarks like The Empire State Building, Penn Station, Grand Central Station, and Times Square are practically in your backyard. Lesser-known but worthy attractions near the Flatiron-Murray Hill neighborhood include The Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology and its rotating door of international textiles curated by historian Valerie Steele, the decidedly friskier Museum of Sex (guests must be at least 18 years or older to enter), and a cluster of design emporiums such as Marimekko and ABC Carpet & Home. Be sure to reserve one hedonistic evening for nearby Koreatown, an energetic neighborhood lined with barbecue joints, karaoke bars, and round-the-clock spas.
How to Get There
I stayed last week of July and had a great time at this property I was a little worry of booking a hotel old and dirty as many hotel in NY you pay whole a lot and end up in a trash bin. This hotel compared to others price wise offert A well located place to stay but also clean and comfortable. staff was friendly I would recommend this place.
The only down side I wasnt able to check in the first night due to some travel disruptions I filled out a refund request and they refused to refund the night I didnt use
Which I dont think it was fare specially for me that I work on the Hospitality industry dont tell me you cant of course you do.
Pros: Good location. Refrig, cooktop. Large, nicely appointed, tiled Bath. Clean throughout. Friendly staff.
Cons: Odd layout. Very dark. My room was in the back - 5th flr, so no daylight coming in. NO LIGHT NEAR THE BED! Only light in the bedrm area was bright overhead. Had to get out of bed to turn it off. I asked for a lamp, but they didn't have any. For me, that's a rule out. Rm needs freshening up.
Hotel 32 32 by far is one of my favorite stays in New York. I travel to New York often. The subway is steps away, great restaurants nearby, right between Madison & Park, so not a lot of foot traffic. They offer many benefits to those who stay there. Discounts at local wine shop, complimentary cocktail in one of their bars, quiet rooms, I never heard walking from rooms above, or neighbors TV's, the rooms have lovely artwork, nice wood floors, instead of icky carpets. Attentive staff, friendly and always ready to be of service. I will RETURN!!