New York City Loves
The Evelyn Hotel
Critics have loved our hotel in Manhattan's NoMad neighborhood since opening day, but our guests are what matters most. Read reviews from guests who have stayed at and loved The Evelyn and get inspired to plan your own escape.
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|Guest •||October 17, 2019|
Every single staff member is friendly and helpful -- every one!
My room was on the 7th floor. I requested a quiet room and the room they gave me was perfect. Very quiet, comfortable, easy to control the temperature, light-blocking blinds, comfortable bed, immaculate bathroom and room. Every staff member I encountered greeted me with a friendly smile and hello, asking if I needed anything. A great NYC hotel experience. The room is small -- not much space around the bed -- but I don't spend a lot of time in my hotel room during waking hours, so that isn't a problem for me
|Guest •||October 11, 2019|
Great boutique hotel, I really enjoyed the friendliness of staff. The rooms are small but we were mostly working and out during the days, so it was ok. The bakery downstairs also served a great Breakfast Blend tea :
|Guest •||October 10, 2019|
Great location, staff and rooms.
Our first trip to New York and the clean crisp room was a welcome stop after the riggers of traveling. The location could not be better with easy access to major attractions and the subway network. Staff could not be more helpful and did everything to help us during our stay
|Guest •||October 09, 2019|
Goldilocks Right-Not too big, not too small, and Friendly to boot!
This hotel has the chic of New York deco redone with an eye of the designer of the 21st century. That may be the visual appeal of this property but the real draw is its staff. Even before our stay, we were contacted by Kayla, who wanted to know if our stay was to mark a special occasion. It was our 35th wedding anniversary and the first time we actually overnight-ed in NYC since we were first married and worked there. She was so thrilled we chose the Evelyn. Upon arrival, the doorman took our bags and offered bottled water (water was always available at the desk). It was a nice touch after our train ride. We left our bags and went exploring and returned to check-in finding out we returned to happy hour and Prosecco (nice touch!). John Velasquez, the Assistant Front Desk Manager, was pulling double duty, welcoming guests with drinks while attending to any front desk questions. We met John, who could not be any nicer and a fine professional. We later ran into him after dinner and he told us about the library, a cute place above the bakery where you can have your breakfast. The hotel's chef Jonathan Benno has some of his collection of cookbooks displayed- it's quite interesting and a neat hideaway. Our room was spotless and well appointed. Kayla had arranged for a gift to be left in our room upon our return from dinner. To be honest, I felt in many ways that we were staying in an European hotel. There were so many attentions to detail and the scale was human