Welcome to our Columbus Circle hotels guide. Columbus Circle is a traffic circle at the intersection of Broadway, 8th Avenue, and Central Park South. It also refers to the neighborhood around the circle.
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"The hotel was simply beautiful. I was satisfied with my stay.2020-02-17"
"My room was above the event room, so I could hear noise and music. The heater blew cold air. Tiny bathroom, and there was no hot water. The lobby was nice, though, and the location was great. Reasonable check-in and rates. I expected a slightly better experience at this hotel.2015-10-20"
"Can't beat the location; the hotel was close to both Lincoln Center and Central Park. Nice room, friendly staff, and a great bar. The only problem was that our room was below the Roof Top Club, which had loud music until 4 AM, and no one informed us of this.2015-06-15"
"Good hotel stay. The shower was wonderful, but it didn't have a door and water went everywhere. The doormen were friendly and helpful, and the front desk clerks were professional.2021-11-11"
"Nice hotel overall. The room and bathroom were spacious, and the shower had good water pressure. It took a few minutes for the water to get hot. The electrical outlets weren't convenient to the desk. The employees were helpful. I wasn't keen on the continental breakfast, though. I'd stay here again.2016-06-17"
"Convenient to museums and theaters near Broadway. High rates, but about what one expects in NYC. The room was comfortable and had the amenities I needed. The staff was pleasant and helpful. 2017-10-03"
"Not a 5-star hotel, but it was comfortable. The room was spacious and nicely furnished. The wireless Internet connection and sound on the TV kept going out. The TV was small, and the remote control didn't always work. Nice, attentive staff.2016-07-12"
"Everything at this hotel was pricey. The AC in our room was loud, and we had someone knock on our door and ask us to turn down the TV. A housekeeper broke the iron the 3rd day and left it in our room. All the employees were nice.2017-05-21"
"Outstanding location. The hotel room was comfortable and well-appointed. Bell staff was attentive to details. The entry and lobby felt like an oasis from the busy street outside. Light meals were available in the lounge, but there was no on-site restaurant. Ruth Chris and other excellent restaurants were nearby. We'll return.2015-07-15"
"A wonderful oasis in one of the busiest parts of Manhattan. The hotel was elegant, yet comfortable. Spacious and beautiful room. The staff was professional.2015-06-21"
"Great location; there were several theaters nearby, and Times Square was just a few blocks away. The room was comfortable and larger than I expected, and the staff was helpful and friendly. Seriously consider staying here.2019-07-16"
"Clean, quiet room. The hotel staff was helpful.2018-01-30"
"Great place to stay. The hotel was clean and cost-effective, and the employees were friendly.2017-07-31"
"Easy access to Times Square, restaurants, and shows. The hotel wasn't updated, but the staff made up for it with excellent service. The employees were some of the nicest people I've ever met, and made us feel welcome. They let us check in a little early and even held our bags while we were out for the day. Highly recommend.2016-04-13"
We order the hotels on this page by how close they are to this attraction.
Most of our competitors order these same hotels in other ways that make them more money.
How Do We Define Motel?
To us, motels are smaller lodgings that have rooms you can enter directly from the parking area.
At hotels, on the other hand, you can enter your room only through a hall inside the building.
Hotel Booking Tips
Beware of non-refundable reservations that could cost you a lot of money if you change or cancel them. +Non-refundable reservations are a gamble that will usually save you less than $10. If you make a $90 non-refundable reservation instead of a $100 refundable booking, you are betting $90 to win $10. Would you do that in Las Vegas? -
Don't assume you can cancel a non-refundable reservation without penalty if you notify the hotel weeks or even months in advance. +Often you cannot because some hotels' profit strategy is to get paid more than once for the same room for the same night. -
Always read cancellation policies carefully before you make a reservation. + When is the latest date and time you can cancel without penalty? - More >
When you make a reservation, you will receive a confirmation email. Take a copy with you to the hotel.
The earlier in the afternoon you check into a hotel, the more likely you will get a room or suite that matches your preferences.