The Paul Hotel in New York, NY

32 W. 29th StreetNew York, NY 10001
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Located in the NoMad district of Manhattan, the Paul Hotel is ideal for curious travelers wanting to feel like a true New Yorker. With a prime location and premium amenities, guests feel right at home in the center of NYC. Rooms feature modern decor with flat-screen TVs, complimentary bath amenities, and a patio. Dine at Paul Bar & Restaurant or venture out into the Big Apple for a bite to eat.

Property Amenities

  • 24 Hour Front Desk
  • Business Center
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Facilities
  • Game Room
  • Handicapped Access
  • Keyless Room Locks
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Non-Smoking Rooms
  • Restaurant on Property
  • Room Service
  • Internet Access in Public Areas (free)
  • Ice Machines
  • Valet Parking
  • ATM/Banking
  • Concierge Services
  • Patio/Veranda
  • Breakfast (surcharge)
  • Dry Cleaning/Laundry Services
  • Smoke-free Property
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from The Paul Hotel NYC
Check-In: 4:00pm Check-Out: 11:00am
The Paul Hotel is a family owned business which strives to replicate their own family values throughout their organization. Hotel guests are indulged with a clear, direct, and focused attention to their needs. A Paul guest is greeted with utilitarian effort and an easy going atmosphere. The Paul Hotel is home to Paul the Nomad who is planting his roots at 32 West 29th street; in his home Paul guests are the priority.

Inspired by the mercantile history of the Flower District, the newly constructed 21-story, 50,000 square foot building was designed by Matt Markowitz Architects and Sharma Group Development. The hotel takes its cue from the history and character of the surrounding NoMad neighborhood with details inspired by the textures and energies of the city and its iconic skyline. The NoMad areas resurgence is due to the legacy of its fine architecture and the beautifully restored Madison Square Park.

From your first step into Paul's Drawing Room, you will be immersed in the distinctive, boutique character of THE PAUL. The design of its 122 residential-style guest rooms with expansive loft-style windows impart a light and airy atmosphere offering dramatic and unparalleled views of The Empire State Building to the North and The Freedom Tower to the South. All of PAUL's guestrooms are custom designed and softly integrate the urban landscape of the local neighborhood in unexpected and playful ways. The interior design team was led by Ronica Sharma of Sharma Group Development.

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"Thieves (Ladrones)"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed April 10, 2020
Nos hicieron pagar por adelantado el primer día (6/03/2020) y tuvimos que irnos antes por el estado de alarma del coronavirus y el cierre de fronteras. Nos han robado las noches que dejamos de utilizar tras varias reclamaciones. Ladrones. They made us pay in advance when we checked in, Marc 3rd, 2020, and we had to leave earlier due to coronavirus alarm state, they stole the price of the nights we didn´t use, after telling us they would give us a refund, they never did. Absolute thieves.
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TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed April 04, 2020
I'm really happy to be here and grateful that this hotel opened their door to us healthcare workers that are working day and night fighting a very hard bottle against this pandemic. Paul Hotel is very clean and has excellent and friendly staffs.
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"OK stay! Not the greatest, not the worst!"
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed March 29, 2020
My husband and I travelled to New York on the 13th March 2020. The trip was for our first wedding anniversary, so we were very excited to be in NYC. Unfortunately we arrived in the early stages of the lockdown due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but this had no effect on the hotel. We had booked an Empire Queen room. As like all New York hotels we expected the room to be small. The only downside to this was the sharp squared edges of the bed. When trying to manoeuvre around the bed/room my husband and I kept hitting the corner of the bed with our legs. Painful and caused some unpleasant bruises. Room was cleaned daily with fresh towels. One afternoon on coming back to the hotel we were very disappointed and frustrated to find that our room was unlocked and the room door open. It seems that the cleaners hadn't closed the door properly upon leaving. Luckily all of out items seemed to all still be in the room. The shower didn't always have hot water. Luke warm at best. We had a few uncomfortable showers. We were promised a bottle of wine in our room for our anniversary when we checked in. This never arrived. We didn't bother to bring it up with reception and just put it down to everything being up in the air with the COVID-19 situation. The hotel allowed us to keep our room on until our evening flight for approx. $50. This suited us completely and we were more than happy to pay the charge. With the lockdown in full force at the end of our trip and the weather unpleasant we needed our room, as we didn't have anywhere else to go. The hotel bar was small with zero atmosphere. It was extremely overpriced. $10 for a bottle of Bud! I know we're in NYC but that's crazy! Even with the lockdown in place, the hotel bar didn't offer anything for space or comfort. No offers on drinks, and all the chairs and tables, sofas had been removed. At the time the ban was on groups of 50 or more! There was no way you could fit 50 people in the bar, so this was a disappointment. Loaction of ok was great. Obviously you can't be close to everything in the city. We easily managed to navigate our way around, walking, using the subway or a taxi. Not sure if I would stay here again. Maybe if the price was a bargain!
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"Shady business practices"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed March 27, 2020
I booked a reservation for a 5 night stay with a 3rd party the night before I was supposed to check in due to my planned sleeping arrangements being disrupted because of the Corona virus. When I get to the hotel I tell them I may need to shorten my stay and they say that it's not a problem, but that their policy is that I will be charged an extra night than what I'm actually staying as some sort of cancellation fee. I am totally fine with this, but they look into my reservation further and see it's through a third party and say that I'll have to call them to change my check out date. Ok cool, so I do that and my booking company says their policy is to follow the hotel's policy and that they just need to call the hotel to get permission. That's fine I guess. So they call the hotel and AS I'M STANDING AT THE FRONT DESK the employee says the can't change the check out date and that my booking company will have to call the manager. I did all this before I checked in because I didn't want to have any issue modifying my reservation. At this point I'm a little upset because I was told one thing to my face and then they did a whole 180. Why even have policies if nobody follows them? Keep in mind, I made this reservation less than 24 hours in advance so it's not like they had already spent my money. After getting nowhere I email the front end manager and the general manager trying to get an answer. My original check out was March 17th, the day I actually left was the 14th, and today is the 27th. I still have not received a response from anyone at the hotel. I guess they'd rather leave their customers in silence instead of facing the situation and giving an answer. I think the lady I was talking to was the front end manager, her name was Pooja. The general manager, whom I still haven't heard back from, was named Safraz. Don't stay here guys, it's ran by some shady people.
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"Very Poor Customer Service"
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed March 20, 2020
The hotel itself is fine - rooms are small, be prepared for that. The service on the other hand? Absolutely brutal. We arrived in NYC on March 12th, and upon arrival, the city was declared a state of emergency. We are Canadian, and the rumours started that our country might close the borders due to Covid-19. We asked to speak with the manager no less than 4 times and she was nowhere to be found. What kind of manager leaves someone in charge at a time like that who cannot make major decisions or help guests in a time like this? Piss poor leadership, to say the least. We left NYC the very next day to come back to Canada - everything in NYC was basically shut down at this point. We did NOT ask for a refund, we asked for them to move our remaining 2 nights to another date, and to this point, they have done diddly squat. I will be calling my credit card company to contest the charges. Christ knows the manager is probably ignoring all emails, calls, and pleas for help at The Paul anyways. Given the circumstances, I would expect better from all businesses.
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Paul Hotel NYC

Where is the Paul Hotel located?
The Paul Hotel is located at 32 West 29th Street, New York, New York (between Broadway and 6th Ave) in the NoMad district of Manhattan.

Where is the closest subway stop?
The Paul Hotel is a minute long walk away from the 28th Street subway stop.

Is there an airport shuttle to and from the hotel?
Airport shuttles can be arranged through the hotel with advance notice. Please call the number on your e-Ticket to make airport transportation plans with the Paul Hotel.

Is this hotel pet-friendly?
No. Only certified service animals are welcome on hotel property.

Can I reserve a smoking room?
This hotel is a smoke-free property. Guests caught violating the non-smoking policy will be fined.

Is parking available?
The hotel provides self- and valet parking for a fee. Self-parking is available for $45 per night while valet parking is offered for $55 per night.

Can I request a crib or rollaway bed?
The hotel does not offer rollaway beds or cribs for guests.

Does the hotel have Internet access?
Yes. The Paul Hotel offers both wired and wireless Internet access free of charge.

What NYC attractions are located nearby?
The Paul Hotel puts guests in the center of the Big Apple. The following attractions, places, and landmarks are located near the hotel:

  • The Empire State Building
  • Union Square
  • Central Park
  • Gramercy Park
  • Macy’s
  • Madison Square Garden
  • Saks 5th Avenue
  • Times Square