The Paul Hotel in New York, NY

32 W. 29th StreetNew York, NY 10001
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Overview

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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Description

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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738zg
"A disaster and a disappointment from start to finish."
TripAdvisor user rating 1 out of 5
Reviewed May 21, 2019 NEW
Check-in took close to a half-hour, even though there was only one person in line ahead of us. We got to our room it had bunk beds! Bunk beds! My sweetie and I are grown-ass adults, and we thought we were getting a queen bed - but somehow there was a bait-and-switch. When we arrived the room STANK of either incense or weird cleaning products. Rather than move us to another room we were offered a can of Febreeze (not used, as that falls under the category of weird cleaning products). After four days with the window open and the fan running the smell had grown strangely stronger. We also didn't have washcloths or soap. When we asked for these, we were delivered a bathmat and some shower caps. The second time we complained we got one washcloth and some soap. The mattresses were cheap and uncomfortable, the sheets were itchy and clingy, the pillows were flat and lifeless, and the blankets were somehow the wrong size for the bed. The fan / AC sounded like a 747 trying to take off. There wasn't enough room to open a suitcase on the floor, hang a coat in the closet, or for two people to get dressed at the same time (one of us either went to the shower, or went out to get coffee while the other got ready). The fact that there were earplugs on the desk should have warned us, but the noise (not regular street noise, but hotel noise and construction noise) was intolerable. We couldn't sleep with the fan on, but we also couldn't sleep with the window open. What else? The second day we were there someone left four wine glasses, one full of fruit, by the elevator. When we checked out three days later the glasses were still there, the fruit clearly well on its way to forming a sentient colony of fruit flies. The TV system is also ridiculous. There are somehow three TVs in this refrigerator box of a hotel room, but only one remote. It controls all three, and half the time you try to turn one of them off the other two turn on. And vice versa. Also, about half the channels don't work due to an apparently weak signal, and the guide only worked on the TV on the top bunk (Honey, do you want to go upstairs and see what channel the news is on?). The TV on the bottom bunk seemed to be held on its bracket with chewing gum and faith, and every time I touched it I was afraid it was going to fall off the wall. When we finally checked out of this hellhole of a hotel it took 15 minutes and two phone calls to get our luggage from the bellhop, who brought us down to what looked like the boiler room to look for our own bags. Both my sweetie and I have traveled all over the world over the last 25+ years. We have stayed at some sketchy places, but we both agreed that this was one of the worst hotel experiences we've had. There were only two positives that came out of our stay at The Paul: 1. When the bartender couldn't figure out how to work the credit card machine I charged my cocktail to my room. His incompetence was such that it never showed up on my bill. 2. We used our room only to shower and sleep, and spent all the rest of our time exploring the city. There might be some nice room in this hotel, but the hotel overall lacks charm. And there are so many better hotels in the neighborhood in about the same price range. We booked last minute and The Paul was all that was available (and now we know why!). If you do book here, be really careful to check what you are getting yourself into. Caveat emptor!
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mtnman562018
Black Hawk, Colorado
"Convenient, Clean, Nice!"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 10, 2019 NEW
Was visiting family in the area. I was pleasantly surprised. Veriy clean, up to date room. The staff was friendly and efficient. Good location straddles Chelsea and Midtown. The only issue was a construction project next door which provided some noise in the morning. However, this isn't the fault of the hotel.
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Ryjm94
"The perfect location"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 09, 2019 NEW
As a first time solo traveller, the idea of visiting NYC on my own was a daunting thought - specifically when it came down to deciding where to stay, however as soon as I arrived I realised booking this hotel was a fantastic decision. The location of the hotel is perfect - situated between 5th and 6th avenue, with spectacular views of the Empire State Building (which is literally walking distance away) and round the corner from 28th Street Broadway station, you could not ask for a better location. The Paul NYC was a perfect base of operations as I explored everything Manhattan and the greater NYC area had to offer. Considering the remarkably reasonable prices for such a central hotel, I was surprised by how great and spacious the rooms were - everything was well kept and tidy. The bed was dangerously comfortable, and despite the various noises you'd expect to hear staying in the city, I slept like a baby every night (earplugs are provided). All of the staff were courteous and attentive and the rooms provide all the amenities you'd expect. I could not be happier with my choice of hotel and will most definitely being staying here when I visit the city again.
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ahmadabdelaziz
New York City, New York
"Nice hotel with a great location"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed May 09, 2019 NEW
We stayed at this hotel for 10 nights and our stay was very good. We got a room with an amazing view of the Empire State. The room was very clean. The Paul NYC is located 8 minutes walking to big stores (including Macy's, JCPenny and Victoria's Secret) and 16 minutes walking to Time Square and Bryant Park. I tried some hotels in New York City and I recommend this one for short trips.
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BlackyBlack
Fairland, Maryland
"Best Hotel"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed May 04, 2019 NEW
We were stranded out at night and we found the paul hotel and got a great room for $200 for the night and it was a great room best bathroom features and great view to outside 1st time in new york and found a great hotel will visit soon again and definitely going back to there.
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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