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414 Hotel in New York, NY

414 Hotel in New York, NY


For a unique NYC experience that you can't find at a large tourist hotel, look no further than The 414 Hotel. Conveniently located just steps away from Times Square, the Broadway Theater District, Restaurant Row, The Javits Convention Center and more, you'll enjoy easy access to countless local attractions.

The 414 Hotel is a small, 22-room boutique hotel comprised of two historic townhouses that are separated by a charming inner garden courtyard. Our immaculate and sizable guest rooms are neatly decorated, well-appointed and offer quaint tree-lined street views or private courtyard views. Complimentary Continental breakfast and WiFi are included with your stay, and we have a business center and 24-hour concierge service available for your convenience. Whether you're in the city for a business trip, family vacation, romantic getaway or a trip with friends, The 414 Hotel is the perfect option for a great stay.


Established in 1999.

For over 15 years, The 414 Hotel has been a unique and convenient place to enjoy NYC. As an intimate boutique hotel, we have been providing a level of personalized service that can't be matched by larger hotels. Our staff are always friendly and helpful, and we take the time to get to know you and help with anything you might need during your stay. You'll feel like part of the 414 family!


Company Info:

Rating: 4.17

Address: 414 W 46th St, New York, NY, 10036
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Comments (29):

1. Marcia K.
We just finished an entire week and then a single night the next week at this reasonably priced hotel.  Great location, wonderful customer service, lovely amenities. It's not fancy, but it's so comfortable. The four desk people serve as consierges and are so helpful. All of their advice was spot on. The bed was comfortable (and we are picky) and the a.m. breakfast was appreciated.  The no elevator is the only reason why it's not a five. The first week we stayed on the second floor and the last night after a cruise we were on the 4th floor.  In all cases they did all the suitcase lifting up and down for us. There's a lovely little courtyard to sit in and a front teeny patio to watch NYC go by. Theaters, restaurants, transportation, and Times Square all in easy walking distance. We can't recommend this place highly enough and know that when we go back to NYC, we'll stay there. We've already told our friends about it, too.

13/10/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Monet N.
This hotel is in a nice spot. Right across the way from restaurant row. I like how it's away from all the touristy spots such as Times Square. But still close enough for us to walk and go to all the Broadway shows. You have to buzz the door or have your room key in order to enter the building. The drawback of this place is that there is no elevators so I had to lug my luggage a couple floors. The rooms are nicely decorated very modern with a flat screen tv. Since the place is small only about 22 rooms it has a cozy feeling and there is complimentary continental breakfast every morning. There is wifi and a public computer you can use in the lobby. Didn't stay much in the room except for sleeping but overall, good place to stay, reasonably priced, close to Times Square and good restaurants. So save yourself the money of staying at pricier/touristy places and mesh in with the locals.

15/07/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Lynne B.
We very much enjoyed this quaint little hotel during our recent trip to the city.  The location is amazing, and the staff (especially Sean and Mary) were wonderful.  We had a large, quiet room in the back.  I highly recommend this hotel.

05/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Jess H.
My girlfriend and I planned a last minute trip to NYC and found the 414 Hotel on a travel website, and  the rates were halfway decent since we were booking last minute and it was a weekend.

We arrived and it was a cute little place. It was centrally located in Manhattan, close to the theatre district, times square, restaurants, and more. Everything we wanted to do was within walking distance, or we easily jumped in a cab down the street from the Hotel. The staff was great and even helped us pick out a few places to eat while we were there.  I'd definetly stay here again the next time I'm in NYC.

21/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
5. Ryan S.
3 1/2 Stars, and I choose to round up in this case.

It is hard for my non-NYC brain to compute $250/night for this hotel, but few things are less expensive in NYC. We were on the first floor, so the lack of elevator was not a problem. For my weekend getaway, little luggage was brought anyway, so walking up to an upstairs room wouldn't have been too bad. The neighborhood felt safe, and was within walking distance of most of the midtown attractions.

Our room, while small, had a very comfortable bed, a refrigerate, and air conditioning that worked great. It was clean, bug free, and modern with a flat screen television. The free WiFi was strong in our room, and if you needed it, there was a public computer in the lobby. We didn't spent a lot of time in our room though, as NYC has too much to see to waste time in the room.

There is some room for improvement though. We had forgotten a razor and toothpaste, neither of which the front desk had for complimentary or for a fee. I feel at $250/night, this is a small thing they could do as a convenience to forgetful travelers. Also, the door to the courtyard slams shut when customers come and go, which was very audible (enough to wake me from a dead sleep), and could easily be mitigated by installing a door closer. Finally, while they allowed us to leave our luggage in the lobby after checkout until we were ready to leave the city, I'd feel better if it was kept behind the desk or in a closet.

All in all, I'd stay here again, although I'll probably try somewhere else if I can find a better deal.

11/08/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Terry L.
As stated above, I found little to like about the 414 Hotel.  From the time I arrived and throughout my stay I was amazed out how much deferred maintenance I saw.  My room, 305, had a space heater as the sole source of heat.  It didn't have a thermostat that worked so I would get very hot and dehydrated and then when I turned it off, I got cold.  All of the outlets in the room were being used so I had to unplug things to charge my things.  Lighting is abysmal with no light source near the desk.  There was mold in the shower and peeling paint all over.  Hall carpets were filthy. They have a 72 hour cancellation policy which makes comparison shopping really difficult. Rather that stay here I would recommend The Jewel Hotel near Rockefeller Center.  Brand new, about the same price.

21/03/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
7. Erica S.
My girlfriend and I just stayed here for four nights starting on Christmas day. The rooms were very spacious for New York. The breakfast is pure carbs, just croissants, cold and hot cereal, bagels, bread. We only had it once. The hot teas are very good. The front desk was kind enough to let us grab some hot tea from kitchen after it was closed. My girlfriend had four bites on her and I had one after the first morning. Looked like a spider was happy to see us! We had new sheets put on the bed after that and that seemed to help. I had a good experience. The location was AMAZING!! Walking distance from times square and plenty of different restaurants to choose from. We accidentally came across a drag show at Vlada off 9th on a Tuesday night. It was pretty entertaining.

30/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Philippos S.
No bedbugs, no elevator, complimentary breakfast (croissants, cereal, juice), free wifi, and lobby computer free for guests to use. Quiet, black out screens on the windows to block the light from the city, lots of great restaurants in the same street, 8-minute walk to Times square, 10-minute walk to nearest subway station.

Less than $200 per night in the heart of the city.

07/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
9. Joye P.
I really liked the 414 Inn and stayed there in August 2008.  Bedbug-free (I inspected very carefully - even though Tripadvisor had no reports of bedbugs there.)

There was only a house number, "414," on the outside; no sign.  The lobby was small and included two modern black leather chairs as well as three or four small circular tables, each with two red chairs.  The decor was in slate grays, red, black and white.  There is a motif of historic photos of NYC throughout the hotel, which was lovely.

Breakfast was served from 7-10am and included coffee, tea, croissants and small bagels.  The Inn has red and white plates and pretty red mugs (that can also be purchased) for the coffee as well as "to go cups" for coffee on the go.

The room was small but clean.  Amenities included crisp, white sheets, lightweight down comforter, a mini-fridge and window unit air conditioner.  Service was prompt and good.  The bathrooms had old-school small hexagonal tile in black-and-white, a white modern pedestal sink and standard shower.  There was no closet, but there was a modern rack that easily held clothes that needed to be hung up.  There was also a dresser for folded clothes, and two bedside tables.  

We were on the first floor, but I understand that there are third-floor rooms and no elevator.  We also encountered noise as people went in-and-out of the courtyard.

The brick-lined courtyard had pretty landscaping and cute tile tables that were of good quality.  It was a pleasant space to sit outside and enjoy coffee in the morning.

I recommend.

11/08/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Tracey K.
What a charming little secret in the heart of the city.  Clean, modern, crisp boutique hotel on a tree-lined street of residential brownstones.  It felt refreshing to stay in such a charming hotel after the hustle and bustle of NYC.  Free Wi/fi, fresh croissants, bagels & muffins along with interesting travelers from around the world.  Conversations at the rustic dining table in the lobby area were interesting and joyful.  

The staff was friendly, helpful and fun to engage with.  Just steps to some fabulous restaurants, bars and of course Broadway shows.  

I would highly recommend this quaint hotel for your next NYC jaunt!

15/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. Beau E.
The 414 Hotel is in a GREAT part of NYC if you're an out-of-towner. You can walk to Times Square, Broadway shows, tons of restaurants/bars, and it's a quick cab ride to get anywhere. When you pull up to the front of the hotel, all you see is a very plain-looking red door with a 414 logo. That is it! If you didn't know about the place, you'd never notice it. It's a very European boutique-style hotel with nice rooms and a very inviting (but small) lobby. The lobby has a fireplace, a PC with internet, and a table for breakfast. The free breakfast is OK, but why eat a plain hotel bagel when you can walk to 20 local places that offer GREAT meals to start your day. Amy's Bread (one block away) is a great place to grab a quick bite and coffee.

As mentioned in the other reviews, the main drawback of this place is the lack of an elevator. The stairs are very narrow and steep, so keep that in mind if you are elderly or disabled. Our room was on the 3rd floor, so it was a bit of a job to get our two huge suitcases up there. The staff did not offer to help, but I didn't ask for help. Not a big deal for me.

Once in the room, I was very impressed. The rooms are small, but nice and clean. The bed was comfy and the bathroom was clean. The water-pressure was decent in the shower, and there is an iron in the closet. Our room faced 46th Street, so we were worried about the street noise, but it was never an issue. The hotel is on a fairly quite block, and the air-conditioner sound helped block out the sounds of the city.

Overall I would recommend this place to a friend. It is cute and comfortable and a GREAT location.

18/10/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
12. Cathleen S.
Quaint hotel with spacious rooms in Hell's Kitchen.

Stayed here a few times while my apartment was being worked on, and I truly enjoyed my stay.  Rooms are very clean, spacious for NYC. There's a beautiful courtyard in the back of the hotel.

If I had to recommend a hotel in the area, this would be it!

02/03/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
13. Harry C.
Just love this little hotel and have been staying in it every time I have visited NY over the last 10 years. The staff are all lovely and the location is perfect.

The rooms are big for NY and always clean.

Just got back from NY and 414 and had a great time.  This boutique hotel works for business people and tourists and is mostly full of couples staying in NY for a few days or more.

11/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
14. Dante S.
First time staying at this hotel and overall found it an excellent pick; rooms were clean, beds comfortable, service exceptional, wifi fast and breakfast - although small - decent for continental.  The price was very reasonable considering both the location and the services offered. Will stay there again in a heartbeat

Really liked the tea & coffee service available from 07h00-19h00.

18/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. Robert C.
Yes, been staying at the 414 hotel for years now and Sakina has been wonderful along with the staff. I enjoyed the morning paper and the complimentary wine in my room on occasion! I recently tried to stay here and also stayed at the French Quarters...loved it as well, plus on elevator and bathrooms! Thank you Sakina for all your help and guidance. Got my friend in from Australia as well...MUCH appreciate it...anyone looking ask for her--great rates and VERY helpful. keep intouch and looking out for your guests...thank you Sakina!

21/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
16. Daniel W.
Cute place with nice staff but the rats all around the street and sidewalk really turned us off. Hard to go for a relaxed walk when dodging rodents just outside the door.

02/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
17. Danielle W.
LOVE LOVE LOVE.....this boutiquey hotel!!!  Rooms are modern and updated....staff feels like family and the owner creates a warm, intimate feel in her meet n greet lobby.  She provides a simple daily breakfast and a great daily happy hour.  414 is quite flexible and they work to satisfy all guest needs.  It's perfectly located around hundreds of Restuarants in the theater district.  I'll definitely be back!!

09/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. Debbie H.
We stayed at this charming hotel last week for two nights. The staff was super friendly and very helpful, and made us feel right at home from the minute we arrived. Rooms were very very nice, breakfast each morning was terrific (delicious coffee),  and location couldn't be better. They have a lovely courtyard that we will look forward to sitting at next time when weather is warmer.  I will definitely be back at the 414 Hotel in the near future. I was touched to receive a very nice thank you email from Susan upon returning home. Thank you to all the staff for everything!

01/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
19. Laurie P.
The 414 had the cool factor of a boutique hotel, and the friendliness of staying with old friends. I was there for a conference and enjoyed that it was close enough to walk to javits convention center and Times Square. Our group had three rooms, and enjoyed the lobby as a communal area to hang out. We especially liked the happy hour they do each evening with wine and cheese by the fire. The staff was super friendly and attentive, going above and beyond to make sure we enjoyed our stay. To top it off, we received a lovely thank you email from the manager Susan, which read, "For me, having you all here at the 414 was like being with old friends." The feeling was mutual!!! We will be back.

27/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
20. Tamara K.
From the moment we walked into Hotel 414, we knew we had found a special place in New York.  Not because of the fabulous location, the eclectic decor or the pristine lobby, but because the owner Susan personally greeted us and welcomed us like we were longtime family members returning home.  Susan and Andrew make themselves available to help in whatever way their guests need and they make Hotel 414 super special.  The hotel is nicely remodeled, convenient to sight seeing and subway lines.  Breakfast is simple and sufficient and served magnificently.  Happy hour is delightful not because of the wonderful selection of wines and cocktails, but because Susan and Andrew personally host it and encourage the guests to share whatever tidbits they have about sightseeing or their life's travels.  We loved, loved, loved this hotel and can't wait to return.  We also must mention Maria and Drew who were absolutely fantastic staff at the hotel!!

12/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
21. Kasandra S.
We had reservations for the 414 hotel that we had to cancel.  Our daughter became very ill with a sinus infection and was unable to fly on a plan and travel.  We called 414 Hotel and explained the situation.  They told us that they would only reimburse half the rate, which came to over $750.  My husband talked to the manager, but had no luck with him.  I really wanted to LOVE this hotel as it is on the same street that my other daughter lives on.  We will be staying at the Intercontinental Times Square next time as they have a 24 hour room cancellation.

26/06/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
22. Steven L.
Great location, price, and service! So glad we found this hotel. Everybody on the staff was extremely friendly and made sure my wife and I felt at home. Highly recommend!

27/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
23. Stephanie F.
Absolutely perfect. From the small, intimate size, to the daily breakfast to the help we needed after we checked out, it was amazing. I would stay here again and again.

20/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
24. Neal C.
Midtown location of this property a big plus for business travelers and pleasure seekers alike. On biz last weekend at a Trade Conference held at the Javits Convention Center. Hoofed it there every a.m. No problem at all.

As far as the property itself, I requested a quiet room when I checked in. Susan and Staff went out of their way to accommodate my request. Room was clean and comfy. Staff quite cordial and professional. Morning continental breakfasts and evening 'wine & cheese' offerings were nice touches that reenforced the impression one was staying at a boutique hotel and not at a corporate chain. The fact many of the other hotel guests hailed from various backgrounds and nationalities made our chats together in the common area all the more pleasant and interesting.

Thank you, 414.

14/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
25. Sarah L.
This small inn was ideal for my weekend stay. The staff is personable and attentive - easy to chat with and available to help out with local tips.

Room was clean and well-appointed. Quiet and simply decorated. i appreciated the choice between hard and soft pillows!

Tea, coffee, etc. always available in lobby. Breakfast of baked goods, hard boiled eggs, yogurt, is an easy way to start the day. Wi-fi is included which i also appreciate!

Definitely recommend and i look forward to my next trip!

18/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
26. Adam W.
A wonderful little hotel in a fantastic, convenient part of the city. The staff is extremely helpful and more than willing to answer all your questions, assist with arranging transportation, and giving sight-seeing recommendations.
The rooms themselves are adequate size and clean but are very sparsely decorated. Bathroom supplies were sufficient. The TV is quite old and ran only on analog cable which had very poor reception. More importantly the wifi had a strong signal even on the fourth floor and was stable for our entire stay.
I'd recommend this hotel to anyone looking to stay in this area of the city.

18/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
27. Susan B.
This experience literally could not have been better. The owner, Susan, and the rest of the staff  was very hands on and friendly. She spoke with us on every opportunity and was very helpful with directions and restaurant suggestions. There's a free social hour where they provide wine and cheese in the evening and a small free breakfast (both of which were a surprise to find in NY) .The room was bigger than most in New York and very intimate with only 22 rooms in the entire hotel.
On top of this; it's within walking distance to Times Square and Fifth Avenue however still out if the way so that noisiness is not an issue.
I don't think I've had a better hotel experience anywhere and would recommend it to anyone but especially couples looking for a nice intimate get away in New York.

06/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
28. Denise F.
414 Hotel provides intimate accommodations with great proximity to Times Square, and other main attractions in the city. The staff were all polite, attentive, and helpful during our stay. They held our baggage before check-in so that we could explore the city for the day. They had a wine and cheese reception, and breakfast was included. Not to mention, there is a really cute courtyard in the back for enjoying coffee or breakfast.

Overall, a great experience. Recommend this to anyone!

14/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
29. May L.
This hotel was wonderful! Very small, intimate and cute with nice little area with a fireplace and happy hour.

The staff was very friendly, attentive. I ended up leaving my brush there and they offered to send it to me.

Room was super clean. Our room was facing the garden, although a bit noisy being on the 1st floor. But hey, we never really slept in NYC anyway!  

Thank you for all your hard work!

15/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0