The Maxwell NYC Hotel Review is part of the TPOL in NYC Trip Report.
Judge Smails: You have worn out your welcome, sir!
Czervik: Is that so? Who made you Pope of this dump?
Judge Smails: Bushwood…a “dump”? Well, I’ll guarantee you’ll never be a member here!
Czervik: Are you kidding? You think I’d join this crummy “snobatorium”? Why, this whole place sucks!
And that summarizes my experience at the Maxwell NYC.
But since I have to put a few more words to trigger the SEO greenlight, let me tell you why the Maxwell NYC is a dump. It’s no longer a W. That actually could be a good thing. While some W’s are great (see W St. Petersburg), some are awful (see The W Scottsdale: Too Cool to Care, The W Hollywood: Unwelcome Even on Your Birthday). This hotel was the first W in New York and it shows.
Look at this antiquated room. This may be the first HD TV made.
I know it’s NYC, but can I please have some water pressure? And why get rid of the Bliss soaps when the hotel is still next to the Bliss Spa?
- The hotel is centrally located on 50th and Lexington in the middle of Manhattan.
- The rate when I booked was an affordable $140 a night.
- The room with no view combined with the curtains allowed me to sleep like a vampire.
If you’re looking for the W vibe, look elsewhere. But if the price is right and you are in search of a W bed, stay here.