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What We Love

  • Family-friendly: Kids get milk and cookies on the first night of the stay
  • Turn-down service, complete with cozy robes and slippers
  • An attentive and friendly staff
  • Pet-friendly; fees and limitations apply

What To Know

  • All guestrooms were renovated in 2010
  • WiFi is an additional fee per day (unless you’re a member of the Select Guest program, then it's free)

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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Overview

Big city chain with a small town heart, American comfort food, and a marquee Midtown location

The Look

The white marble lobby is decked out in funky patterned wing chairs in chocolate and cream, chrome and white cocktail tables, and beautiful flower arrangements that bring a touch of the outside in. But the homeyness of this property really comes from the staff, which welcomes little ones with knapsacks full of toys and coloring books and couples with personal assistance in booking dinners, Broadway tickets, and more. Designer Alexandra Champalimaud remodeled the hotel in 2010, putting mahogany and sycamore accents in every room, as well as desert-pink Italian marble and royal red granite in the bathrooms. Premier Rooms are a spacious-by-city-standards and feel cozy thanks to upholstered headboards, plush bedding, and a warm color scheme of coffee, chocolate, and taupe with pops of citrus, while Berkshire or Madison Suites are worth the splurge for the separate living rooms (all have views across Madison Avenue or 52nd Street). The hotel’s intimate restaurant, Fireside, is right off the lobby, in a space anchored by two towers made out of picture frames. Request the nook in the back where hundreds of amber-colored glass bottles jut out from an incandescent wall, and order the funky nouveau bar fare (think Philly cheesesteak dumplings and drunken duck quesadillas). Aside from a small fitness center and patio on the 17th floor, which have partial views of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the hotel doesn’t offer any recreational facilities. But let’s be honest: You’re here to explore the Big Apple, and the concierge is more than equipped to send you on your way.

In the Area

Surrounded by Midtown’s skyscrapers, the 21-story Omni Berkshire Place has an enviable location on Madison Avenue – putting some of the city’s most illustrious sights, including St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Museum of Modern Art, right at your fingertips. Just two blocks from the hotel, take the elevator to Top of the Rock for bird’s-eye views of the big city. For an outrageously over-the-top meal, head up Madison to Tao, housed in the old Palace movie theater. The glitterati, from Beyonce to Madonna, come for haute Asian fare in the dramatic dining room where a 16-foot Buddha holds court over a virtual reflecting pool.

How to Get There

Omni Berkshire Place
21 E 52nd Street
New York, NY 10022 United States

Reviews

Margaret
Callie H

We were in NYC for a wedding with a bunch of our friends. We had so much fun at the Omni. Everyone was so friendly and helpful - from the bellman to the concierge to room service! Thank you for a wonderful trip!

Very comfortable hotel in great location
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I stayed at the Omni Berkshire when I was In New York for a business trip. It was a large room, clean, comfortable bed and great location. I will definitely go back next time I have to stay in New York. Staff was friendly and made the visit enjoyable.

Fine hotel, misleading pricing.
MyWornShoeLeather

Room was clean, comfortable. About the same as other midtown hotels in this price range. Street is not too noisy, which is good.
Was charged a $34.42 "destination fee", but was not informed of the fee on check-in. The charge just appeared on the credit card.
Other hotels in the area are doing similar things (they do tell you about it on check-in though) although at this Omni you apparently cannot use the "fee" to buy a drink, as you can at other midtown hotels. I called to confirm this -- they said the fee was to cover "wifi and other things". So, add that fee onto the daily costs as you consider this hotel.