The Muse in New York City

Old Aug 17th, 2001, 06:35 AM
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The Muse in New York City

Any recent reviews of this new hotel? We booked a night there and would like any advice or suggestions. I'd love any ideas about good nearby restaurants.
Old Aug 17th, 2001, 08:53 AM
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Hotel was reviewed in FEb. 5, 2001 issue of New York Magazine. You could probably find the review on their websit:
Old Aug 17th, 2001, 10:13 AM
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Emma, Whenever our clients come into town we put them up at this hotel. They actually request it since they prefer it over the other midtown hotels. As you've probably read in any of the reviews it's considered a boutique hotel which means they don't have as many rooms as the big chains and the rooms are nice-sized and individually decorated. They also feel they get better service because it's a smaller hotel. Besides that, the location can't be beat, particularly if you're interested in going to the theatre. They have a fabulous restaurant in the hotel called "The District" (another Sammy de Marco inspiration). You'll find that besides the innovative menu they have a very nice wine list.
Old Aug 19th, 2001, 10:17 AM
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To RQF: Thanks for the suggestion. i can't seem to find hotel reviews on the New York Magazine website. Do you have any recollection of what they found?
Old Aug 19th, 2001, 06:21 PM
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On a scale of 1 to 10 service was given a 7, decor a 5 and hipness factor (not sure what that means) a 3
Quoted from acticle
Guest profile - Broadway buffs, publishing and entertainment execs
The Room - sleepy mix of muted colors, berber carpets and marble baths. Feather beds and duvets make the case that a good night's sleep can be the ultimate luxury.
Bath products are high grade, twice daily maid service.
Service - called the concierge for Advil a little after midnight. No one answered phone for at least 30 minutes. Faxes were never received.

Article also indicated rooms are immense by NY standards. It also stated "by trying too hard to be a cool boutique hotel it risks losing sight of its most appealing qualities. This comment was in reference to the fact that they make a big deal about their "anticipatory serice" and service left something to be desired.
Old Aug 19th, 2001, 06:29 PM
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Go to website
Click on archives
Click on issue date
Click on Feb. 5, 2001
Click on "16 Hot Hotels"
Scroll to Muse

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