Courtyard by Marriott Central Park

Midtown, New York

The hotel

New York’s newest hotel, the Courtyard combines Marriott’s reputation for quality with the allure of a hip and happening location. Rooms are spacious and well equipped but better still, many boast views of the Hudson River – unbeatable! New Yorkers take their fitness seriously, hence the gym is available 24-hours of the day. Regarding eats, you’re mere steps away from world-class dining, including some great breakfast bars to get the day started. Iconic attractions are also within walking distance, rise and shine early and take them all in. And even if you want to trip the light fantastic come nightfall, you’ll be glad of such a wonderful place to return to for a rest in-between!

Amenities

  • Room Service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Laundry Service
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre

Where is it

Just minutes from Times Square and some of the city’s best bars and restaurants. Transfer time from John F. Kennedy International Airport: 1 hour 15 minutes.

Hotel information

224 rooms. All of which are air-conditioned with flat screen HD TV, CD player, telephone, complimentary WiFi, tea/coffee maker, safe, hairdryer, iron and board. Standard King Rooms are approx 194-241 sq ft and have 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Standard City View Rooms have views of New York City, and have either 1 king-size bed, 1 queen-size bed or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

Standard Corner Rooms have views of either the city or Times Square, with 1 king-size bed, sleeping maximum 2 adults.

nosh! (American restaurant, open for breakfast, lunch and dinner). 24-hour fitness centre. Complimentary WiFi. Laundry/dry-cleaning facilities*. Convenience store. Concierge service. 24-hour room service*.

* Denotes local charge.

Click here for latest travel advice

One person must be aged 18 years and over in each room.

Rating summary

  • Location Image of the Tripadvisor rating
  • Sleep Quality Image of the Tripadvisor rating
  • Rooms Image of the Tripadvisor rating
  • Service Image of the Tripadvisor rating
  • Value Image of the Tripadvisor rating
  • Cleanliness Image of the Tripadvisor rating

Traveller rating

  • Excellent (673)
  • Very good (675)
  • Average (221)
  • Poor (71)
  • Terrible (57)
Image of the Tripadvisor rating The best experience in NYC

Jan 12, 2022 DrDJameson Stony Brook, New York

The reception staff is superb! Violeta and Katie made our stay incredible with their attention to detail and warm demeanor. I travel a lot and have stayed all over in NYC even at luxury properties but this is so much better than those pricey properties. You'll have a small room, sure. However, it will be clean, in a great location with stellar… Read more
The reception staff is superb! Violeta and Katie made our stay incredible with their attention to detail and warm demeanor. I travel a lot and have stayed all over in NYC even at luxury properties but this is so much better than those pricey properties. You'll have a small room, sure. However, it will be clean, in a great location with stellar employees. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Good hotel !

Dec 13, 2021 RennieFamilyHolidays Middlesbrough, United Kingdom

We usually stay at the Row NYC which is bit closer to Times Square. This time we decided to stay somewhere different. It cost $1,524 for 4 nights. The room was modern but a tad dated. It was 5/6 mins walk to either Central Park, Times Square or fifth avenue shopping so ideally situated. The room was clean and good views from the 32nd floor. The… Read more
We usually stay at the Row NYC which is bit closer to Times Square. This time we decided to stay somewhere different. It cost $1,524 for 4 nights. The room was modern but a tad dated. It was 5/6 mins walk to either Central Park, Times Square or fifth avenue shopping so ideally situated. The room was clean and good views from the 32nd floor. The 4th floor has a Starbucks and breakfast is $15 each which is good value. The WiFi was very poor though. Had to login every time we got back to hotel. A decent hotel though IMO. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Great location

Nov 15, 2021 Yasinaydinnn Istanbul, Turkey

We chose the location. But there is no hotel slippers in the hotel. You should bring slippers with you. There is no drinking water in the room. European plug converter is sold for a fee. no fee was requested in other hotels. The air conditioner in the room is very loud and even though we are on the 16th floor, there is a lot of noise. Only the… Read more
We chose the location. But there is no hotel slippers in the hotel. You should bring slippers with you. There is no drinking water in the room. European plug converter is sold for a fee. no fee was requested in other hotels. The air conditioner in the room is very loud and even though we are on the 16th floor, there is a lot of noise. Only the rooms view are nice Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Good location in midtown

Sep 30, 2021 Ellen28 New York City, New York

Stayed a weeknight for $230. The hotel was fine - the room was small and clean. The rooms were a little tired. Some of the lighting didn’t work although I didn’t report it. I was also incorrectly charged an extra 50$ after I left, which I had to get fixed. The location is great for midtown - you can walk everywhere - and the staff was nice. … Read more
Stayed a weeknight for $230. The hotel was fine - the room was small and clean. The rooms were a little tired. Some of the lighting didn’t work although I didn’t report it. I was also incorrectly charged an extra 50$ after I left, which I had to get fixed. The location is great for midtown - you can walk everywhere - and the staff was nice. I wouldn’t be super excited to stay here again, but I wouldn’t not return either. When you check in, I would ask for a room away from the elevator because otherwise you’re consistently hearing the whirring and dinging. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Good value, safe, decent location

Aug 30, 2021 Jim A Kansas City, Missouri

Courtyard New York Manhattan/Central Park is integrated with the Marriott Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Central Park. In reality they are the same building with just different room setups on different floors. All facilities are shared, including the address, lobby, fitness center and 4th floor lounge/breakfast area. The only noticeable… Read more
Courtyard New York Manhattan/Central Park is integrated with the Marriott Residence Inn New York Manhattan/Central Park. In reality they are the same building with just different room setups on different floors. All facilities are shared, including the address, lobby, fitness center and 4th floor lounge/breakfast area. The only noticeable distinction between the two is the separate elevator banks in the lobby. The 1717 Broadway entrance is closed; the real address and entry is just around the corner at 231 W. 54th Street. Not a problem. The hotel is well-located between Columbus Circle/Central Park (15 minute walk to the north) and Times Square (10 minutes to the south). This is a busy, clean area surrounded by many food options in all price ranges, but I found that on the 55th street side of the same block as the hotel there were a number of smaller eateries worth exploring. The hotel was clean and well-maintained. A minor inconvenience with the bathtub drain was quickly resolved, and I never encountered any noticeable elevator delays over our four day stay. Covid- Mask usage everywhere in the building was very consistent. The 4th floor Starbucks and food area were no longer setting out a breakfast buffet, instead it was configured as “Grab and Go” although many were still choosing to ‘grab and stay’ to eat in the nice open lounge areas. Our King Corner room was compact, but still larger then many rooms in Manhattan. There was room to lay out two suitcases, but was surprised to find there were no folding suitcase stands provided. Not really a complaint, but I will observe that paying for a “corner” room may lead to disappointment. Although the main wall window is large, our adjacent "corner" window was maybe 2-3 foot wide and only looked out at the balcony of the next room. Read less