The 3 West Club

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The 3 West Club is an historical building, providing the classic feel of 'Old New York'. Complete with crystal chandeliers, high ceilings, and art deco touches, the Club is centrally located off of 5th Avenue, just across from Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall.3 West Club's 30 well-appoin...

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The 3 West Club is an historical building, providing the classic feel of 'Old New York'. Complete with crystal chandeliers, high ceilings, and art deco touches, the Club is centrally located off of 5th Avenue, just across from Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall.3 West Club's 30 well-appointed sleeping rooms include two spacious suites to accommodate out of town attendees and guestroom blocks. All of our guest rooms are equipped with flat screen TV, telephone, high speed internet access, iron & ironing board and hairdryer. Proper attire in public places such as our restaurant and loun...

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Check-out ends at: 11:00

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    60

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    48

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HIDDEN GEM

Reviewed 10 november, 2021

Wow. What a hidden gem in the city. Amazing location, very chill atmosphere. Clean rooms with attentive staff. Felt like “old New York.” Don’t hesitate to stay here. We will definitely be back! Thank you.

MumzieCakes

Location is Everything, Everything

Reviewed 18 october, 2021

My teen and I have stayed somewhere different every time we go to New York. The 3 West Club is by far our favorite hotel so far and where we want to stay when we return to Manhattan! PROs: LOCATION – 51st and 5th Ave. Midtown across the street from St. Patrick’s Cathedral and the Lego store, down the block from Radio City Music Hall, NBC studios, and 30 Rock/Rockefeller Center Historic Suffragette headquarters with gorgeous 4th floor lounge and library (open to guests and super quiet) We were literally the only ones who used them. The 9th floor solarium has breath-taking view of St. Patrick’s. When it’s not in use for private events, it’s open for guests to hang out. You can Door Dash food and eat it up there. Easy walk to 5th Avenue shopping and Diamond District, Times Square and the Broadway Theatre District, Hell’s Kitchen/Off Broadway Surrounded by affordable and extravagant places to eat (fits all budgets) Concierge is super friendly and knows all the best places to eat. Thanks to Cindy who made great recommendations. Also easy to Door Dash from local restaurants. Can easily walk uptown to Central Park or downtown to Grand Central Station/Bryant Park Easy to catch the Metro at Rockefeller Center Very clean affordable rooms with comfortable beds, decent plumbing, and great maid service. Can get a fridge on request. The hotel was relatively quiet compared to other places we’ve stayed. Restaurant recommendations: Gregory’s Coffee (local chain); Toasties (local chain); Midtown: Joe’s Soup Dumplings (off 5th Ave on 48th) Broadway/Times Square: Ichiran for Ramen; Ellen’s Star Dust Diner for your Broadway fix; Don’t Tell Mama’s Piano Bar for your late-night Broadway fix. Hell's Kitchen: Carve for late night (8th Ave and 47th) BEST slice I’ve had in the city; AND our most favorite discovery: Real Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen (on 8th Ave at 49th). We ate there 3 times and Door Dashed once. Try their pork buns, scallion pancakes with beef, turnip puffs, Peking Duck buns – YOU’RE WELCOME! CONS: Not your traditional hotel – no vast lobby (but the 4th floor lounge makes up for that) or pool No restaurant except Thursday and Friday. Be sure to plan for the DRESS CODE. No room service. We Door Dashed just fine. Rooms are small (but that’s everywhere in NYC) Sometimes the Lounge/Library and Solarium are off limits for private events (especially weekends).

839careyc

Hidden gem

Reviewed 6 september, 2021

This historic hidden beauty in the heart of Midtown was the perfect place to rest our heads and our feet while in the city. From the gorgeous lobby to stunning solarium, this hotel is like taking a walk back in time when people had proper manners and elegance was everywhere. You receive an actual key to your room. A KEY! We stayed here so we could be in the same hotel as a wedding we attended. While the event rate was affordable, the additional two nights did not break the budget, especially for convenient location such as this one. Of particular note was the front desk clerk, Marc. He told us about local pizza places for the best slice, a delicious coffee place that was NOT Starbucks, and even arranged a car for us when we had to check out. Views from our room to one side was St. Patrick's cathedral and to the other Radio City Music Hall. The lounge where the after-party took place was spacious and accommodating.

6423LAW

3 west club, amazing

Reviewed 1 march, 2020

The hotel was beautiful, service was amazing very nice and helpfull, great location! It was next to st Patrick’s cathedral on 5th ave and by radio city! The price was great as well! I would definitely recommend to go here!

Lucyandvirginia

Intersting "hotel" in a great location

Reviewed 24 february, 2020

Hard to quantify this property. Feels more like apartment/townhouse living but operates as a hotel. The good and not so good: 1. Staff cares, very pleasant. 2. Library room, solarium on top floor, and ballroom are very cool, each takes up most if not all of it's own floor. 3. Old time style and feel. Rooms are tiny with poor heat/AC control but you can open a window. In mid-town NYC! Good and bad with that obviously. 4. You can fall out of the lobby and find yourself at Rock Center, Radio City and 5th Ave. Perfect. I'd suggest this hotel if you were traveling alone and/or you were in and out of NYC quickly. Bottom line: It's a cool place to know about.

Dean H