Is the Andaz 5th Ave overrated?


I recently spent a weekend at the Andaz 5th Ave in New York City. I was excited about this stay; not only had I read the many positive reviews of this hotel over the years, but the location of the hotel near Bryant Park and the New York Public Library hold a significance for me. I proposed to my wife on the steps of the library because it has long been a holiday tradition of ours (since years before we were married) to go down to the Shops at Bryant Park when Christmastime approaches. It was a spot I knew we would revisit in years to come. And so I was excited to check out the Andaz 5th Ave as I thought it might well become our go-to property in Manhattan for those holiday visits. However, I was pretty disappointed with the Andaz 5th Ave.


As a Category 6 property, the Andaz 5th Ave costs 25,000 points per night. That compared pretty favorably to room rates the weekend I was visiting:

As a Globalist member, I was able to use one of my DSU Tier Suite Upgrade Awards. I booked an Andaz King room on points at 25,000 points per night (50,000 points total for 2 nights) and was able to immediately call to confirm that reservation into a One Bedroom Balcony Suite. In the past, you needed to be on a paid rate (whether cash or cash + points), but Globalist members can now apply suite upgrades to award stays. That seemed like a good deal as the One Bedroom Balcony suite’s cash rate was just under $1500 for 2 nights with tax. It also seemed like a good deal because the room had a pull-out couch and we had a friend who might join us the first night.

One more note for Globalist members — when you apply a Suite Upgrade Award to an all-points booking, your reservation will not reflect the suite in the app or on the Hyatt website. You’ll just have to take the phone rep’s word for it that the suite upgrade award has been applied. If you upgrade a cash or cash + points booking, the new room type (suite) will show on your reservation, but this isn’t so for an all-points booking. This is apparently a computer system limitation (and the phone agents are just as frustrated with it as guests are — it sounds like people often call to ask why their reservation still shows a standard room).


Arrival at the Andaz was pretty smooth. We were given a welcome glass of wine, our car was valet parked, and we were offered help with our luggage (which we declined as we didn’t need it). Helpful note for Globalists: valet parking is free at this property with Globalist status. You charge it to your room and it is waived at check out.

We got up to the room and it was spacious by Manhattan standards (though I’ll say that the standard rooms at the Conrad New York, an all-suite property in lower Manhattan, felt more spacious on my previous stay there).

That dark spot on the couch wasn’t my camera. It was just stained up.

The bathroom was nice. It has a couple of folding doors to close it off from the bedroom. The shower wasn’t as cavernous as the ones at the Conrad, but plenty big enough. One thing I don’t get: The trend towards this silly shower design that only has half a glass door. It must be easier to clean….but does any guest like this design?
Unfortunately, only got a blurry pic of the balcony, but you get the idea. I had requested something with a view of the library (explaining its significance to us). If you leaned over the edge, you could see the library to the right. Not exactly what I had in mind, but c’est la vie.

A room to share?

About 20 minutes after checking in, we were pretty startled when the door opened. We had been talking and laughing in the room, so I think the person who opened it was just as startled when he heard our voices, because he immediately closed it without walking in. I went straight to the door to find out what was going on, and I found the guy calling the elevator across the hall from the room. He was pretty embarrassed (he shouldn’t have been – not his fault). He showed me his key card holder — and sure enough, the desk agent had written our room number and programmed this guy’s keys for our room. He was apologetic and was heading back downstairs. I immediately thought of Matthew Klint from Live and Let’s Fly – maybe this is more common than you’d think?

I immediately called the front desk. They were apologetic and the manager and the desk agent checking in that evening both came upstairs to apologize face-to-face and take responsibility (and give me new keys). I thought the apology was perfectly heartfelt and we all make mistakes, so on the one hand I could certainly accept that. Still, I was more concerned with the fact that the computer system allows a room to be assigned to an entirely different guest. How would the system even know who to bill in that case? You’d think Hyatt’s computers would be set up to prevent that from ever happening. From a security standpoint, I imagine that there are people who pay $1500 for two nights in that room and probably have a few items of value. Of course, hotel security could always be an issue and hopefully everyone at least uses their hotel safes (even if they’re not so safe). I chalked this up to a rare one-off circumstance that wasn’t the end of the world.

But the room was….dirty

However, upon spending a few more minutes in the room, we started to notice just how dirty it was. Since everything is light-colored, the stains really stuck out.

A little tough to see in the pic, but those dark spots were just stains on the sofa.
We lowered the curtains and again…pretty stained up.

Those stains weren’t horrible, but unbecoming of a property often thought of as the flagship of the Andaz brand. However, it got worse. My wife and her friend went out for a bit that evening while I stayed in to get some work done. I was on the couch and the cushion kept sliding down. I got up to adjust it and noticed that the metal crossbar underneath it was broken, which is why the cushion was falling off. And I as I grabbed the cushion to adjust it, I saw this in the gap between the cushion and the back of the sofa.

Gross. Someone else’s half-eaten pistachio nuts and a stain….that looked like it could have been cleaned with some chemical spray. Now, I understand that I’m not the first guest to stay in a hotel room. And if I were staying at the Holland Motor Lodge across the river, I’d understand that I was getting what I paid for. But in a room that costs more than $700 a night with tax? I guess I just expect not to be grossed out like it was a cheap roadside motel.

Furthermore, those nuts fell as you tilted out the fold-up bed. That bed still had sheets and a blanket on it. If someone had opened the pull-out sofa to change those sheets and blanket after the previous guest, the nuts would have fallen out and ended up on the floor under or in front of the sofa. In other words, if the bed had been opened to change the sheets, those nuts wouldn’t be there. So goodness knows when the sheets and blanket on it were last changed — and to me, that’s just not acceptable in a hotel at this price point. At that point, I took pictures and headed downstairs to speak with the manager on duty.

The night manager was very apologetic and understanding and seemed as grossed-out as I was. He offered to send up an amenity, give me back 15,000 points, have the room thoroughly cleaned by housekeeping, and have the daytime manager follow up with me in the morning to discuss it further. He asked me what time would be good for me to speak with the daytime manager and I said between 9am-10am as we planned to get a relatively early start on the day.

As it turns out, we didn’t get such an early start….and none of the rest of the above happened, either. None of it. We were in the room until noon and had no call from the daytime manager. Housekeeping did come into the room and straighten it, but not only was the stain still there, they failed a small test. The night before, there had been a fly in the room. I killed it on the curtain and it fell down onto the sill of the balcony (inside the room). I left it there – initially out of laziness I guess but then to see whether or not it got swept up in the “thorough cleaning”. It didn’t. I sent this picture to the evening manager the next night showing the fly still on the sill with the business card he had given me the night before (I’ve cut his contact info out of the picture because I don’t think most of this was his fault):

Again, I can deal with the dirt and dust building up on the balcony threshold I suppose….but this just showed me that nobody bothered to clean even the entire floor area. And that stain on the pull-out couch? Still there and still visible — as you can see, the cushion was separating from the back of the sofa. I had left it that way when we left the room around noon to make sure the stain was clearly visible for housekeeping.


As unappetizing as those things were, we did order room service breakfast and it was decent. I ordered the Lemon Poppyseed Pancake that Gary Leff has raved about in the past, and it didn’t disappoint apart from it being only one pancake. I probably could have dealt with at least a double stack on that.

Forgot to take a picture before I started eating. It was pretty delish.

My wife got the Avocado Toast, which was fine….but let’s put it this way: we split breakfasts 50/50 after she tasted my Lemon Poppyseed pancake :-).

Hyatt’s Resolution

We had returned to the room late in the evening for night #2 when I discovered the room hadn’t been thoroughly cleaned as shown in pictures above. I wrote to the night manager and copied the general manager with my concerns at that point – the room was still dirty (stain still there, fly not swept), no phone call from the manager, no points had posted, and no amenity (which I neither wanted nor needed, but it was the point that none of what I was promised happened). I wrote late — nearly 1am — and I was leaving at about 5:30am, so I didn’t expect any response. However, when I got to the desk to check out in the morning and gave me key and room number, the agent said my name loudly enough to make sure the manager heard in the next room over. He came out and apologized profusely and offered an additional 10,000 points so I could come back and have a night on them at some point in the future (15K promised before + additional 10K). I told him that I appreciated that gesture, but that the bigger issue to me is the cleanliness of an expensive room and the lack of responsiveness from management in fixing that. He seemed to understand and I did receive the 25K points.

Final Thoughts

As you can see, I wasn’t impressed with the Andaz 5th Ave. Am I being petty or expecting too much? If I hadn’t stayed at any Manhattan hotels before, I might attribute the dirtiness to difficulties in keeping large Manhattan hotels clean — after all, they see a lot of traffic. But in the past six months alone, I’ve stayed at the Conrad New York, the Intercontinental Barclay, and the EVEN Hotel Times Square South (really cool IHG property!) and in years past I have stayed in countless others. And in my younger days, when I would visit the city with a group of friends and pack eight people into one room, I even spent a couple of nights across the river at the Holland Motor Lodge. The Andaz 5th Ave was the least clean of the bunch. That surprised me as it also has the highest average room rate of any of those hotels.

I’m disappointed for a number of reasons. First, it was obviously a decent chunk of points. While on the one hand, I could say that it didn’t cost me actual cash, so no harm. However, would I spend another 50,000 points on two more nights if I expected it to be the same? Certainly not. At a minimum, I could have kept those 50,000 points in Chase Ultimate Rewards and redeemed them as a statement credit worth $500 cash or for $750 in travel with my wife’s Sapphire Reserve. More realistically, I’d value the points around $1,000. In the end, I got half back — and it seemed like the property was on the right track with that as compensation. I did get something out of the deal — breakfast and free parking aren’t worthless in Manhattan. But would I earmark another 50,000 points for that property? Probably not…and that’s disappointing as I do have a reservation there for the holiday time that I made before our stay expecting to be excited about a return. I don’t see us using it. I think it’s more likely that we’ll try out the Grand Hyatt or Park Hyatt this winter as we’ll surely go to the city for a weekend and free parking is hard to pass up. The location of the Andaz is spot on with where we’d like to be – but the spots on the sofa and curtains make us less than thrilled about the prospect of going back. You win some and you lose some — and when it comes to loyalty programs and nice hotels, I’ve won a lot more than I’ve lost. But I think the Andaz 5th Ave likely lost my return business on this trip.

Have you stayed at the Andaz 5th Ave recently? Was your room cleaner than mine — or am I being too picky?

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EJ Park

Thanks for sharing a candid review. I am happy to see that 25k points and a night one them did not prevent you from sharing candid review! I am staying there soon (24-26th), hope your concerns have been addressed!


So sorry your wife had to suffer with back pain as it is the worst. As a Diamond/Globalist, This use to be my go to hotel in New York and we loved it. The last two years the service has really gone downhill. Seems like a bunch of kids who could care less about doing anything to make your stay even average. And they act like they are doing you a favor. This year we have stayed at the Park Hyatt twice and our stay was absolutely amazing!!! Got another stay booked in April. It is only 5,000 points more to stay at the Park Hyatt, yet it is 10 times better.


I wanted to do the Park Hyatt instead, but there was no availability for points for Labor Day Weekend and I thought the Andaz 5th Avenue would be alright. I think your assessment of the staff is correct. They really didn’t care about making my stay any better and tried to avoid me as much as possible. I won’t be returning to that property.


My wife and I stayed here around Labor Day this year. My wife is long into her recovery from back surgery, which means she can travel, but still needs some accommodations – she needs frozen ice packs for her back. We requested a freezer in the room, which almost never happens and that’s understandable as they may not be available. Our normal alternative is for the front desk to store them in a freezer for us with a claim tag. The staff at Andaz 5th Avenue botched this so badly that my wife suffered for the whole stay without her ice packs. The first four sets we requested had clearly been stored in a refrigerator and were only slightly cold. No matter how many times I asked them to remedy this, it seemed to fall on deaf ears and the next set arrived in the same condition. They also took more than 20 minutes to find them each time because they weren’t where they were supposed to be and the staff kept rotating while no one updated their location. It didn’t even seem to matter to get a manager involved. By the end of our stay, she finally got one set that had been in a freezer, but that was a little bit too late. This also meant that she didn’t have anything frozen enough to get through TSA since they need to be solid to be in a carry-on. Only one of the front desk people even seemed to care about this while everyone else tried to ignore me while I waited for someone else to find them. We had also requested featherless pillows in our reservation and arrived to find feather pillows in our room. This took three calls to housekeeping/front desk to get it corrected with about an hour and then 30 minutes between the calls – we finally had a front desk person show up with new pillows. I made a complaint online to Hyatt and never received any written or verbal response, but noticed 25k points back in my account after a few days. It was strange to not receive any type of response, but maybe this property receives a lot of complaints. It was not what I expected at all from this type of property.

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Julian Sark

Andaz Fifth Avenue isn’t the place it once was. It used to be reasonably priced, breakfast was good/great and the hardware was quirky and interesting. Now, they’re overpriced, stingy with bacon and the whole place looks like it needs a carpet shampooing. If their whole mantra can be boiled down to “mi casa, su casa” then they’re failing miserably. Who invites guests into a filthy home? What host makes promises and doesn’t keep them?

Ms. Roady should stop being an ivory tower general manager and actually show she cares about her fabled property. She should at least have the courtesy to answer a guest’s email because certainly anyone paying the kind of prices they’re commanding is going to demand services at the highest level.

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Hey Nick- I’m at the Andaz 5th right now and experiencing similar issues you did. Can you pass along the GM email address? Haven’t been able to find it anywhere on their website.


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Captain Kirk

You shouldn’t receive a dirty hotel room ever. It’s just laziness on the part of housekeeping. I know they are usually trying to play beat the clock but come on, stains and half eaten food shouldn’t be present. I had heard great things about Andaz Maui but after reading the comments, I’m glad I haven’t stayed there. The cost is just too high to have the types of issues mentioned. I thought of staying in the Andaz in Napa CA, but the location and cost keep me from staying there as well. I guess Marriott will continue to be my brand.


My wife and I stayed there in 2015, and I would say another post (Bill’s) sums it up nicely: “I’ve been once and had a solid but unremarkable stay.”

There as a small stain on bench at the foot of the bed, but other than that the room clean and comfortable. We were on the 8th floor facing 5th Ave, and had no complaints about the noise at all. Location was fantastic.

And I know it’s a luxury hotel, but breakfast prices were outrageous. Goodness.


My wife and I stayed there last August and I was found the place very pleasant and mostly lived up the its reputation in our opinion. We got the room that Diamonds used to get upgraded to when they were there on an award stay (I forget what it is called) and judging by your photos I think I actually liked our room better. The lack of a divider between the lounge area and bed made the room feel huge. The bathroom looks identical (I also have to mention that my wife LOVED the foot wash in the shower which is perfect for cleaning your feet after being out and about in the city with open footwear). We were also dead center in front of the library. It was a great view ( ). I can deal with the lack of balcony in exchange for that view.

Some other thoughts we had: the lemon poppy pancakes absolutely lived up to Gary’s hype in our opinion. The free wine happy hour every night was a great way to get the evening started and save a few bucks and have some nice conversation with other guests. The location is also awesome as it was within walking distance of some of our favorite midtown spots.

The icing on the cake though was that something got screwed up with our reservation in the computer and the stay counted as a cash stay. That netted me almost 20k points and 6 elite night credits.


I have also experienced the whole walking into a room but I was the one doing the walking into the wrong room. I used to travel to Atlanta frequently for work and I actually stopped staying at an hotel for this reason. It was a Fairfield Marriott and I had it happen on two separate occasions where I went to the desk to check in and when I went to my room I opened the door and someone else was in it. The first time no one was actually in the room at the time but their clothes and belonging were there. The second time I went to the room I could see part of someone laying on the bed and watching tv so I quietly shut the door. The attendant at the desk was not really that concerned either time. Probably should have bothered management but I didn’t mess with it as they rectified my issue. That did change my habits though in regard to room locking. The little flipper that keeps someone from coming through the door I always flip now so that I know that if someone tries to come in my room accidentally they get stopped by that (or atleast momentarily if they were breaking in). After that experienced I stayed at the much nicer courtyard across the street and haven’t had a problem since. The walking into someone elses room happens more than you think and its not a particular brands issue.


Totally agree. Stayed there three times years ago and it was fabulous all around. New management came in and I stayed there a year ago and nothing went well. And all of the staff seemed to have an attitude. So last month we decided to switch to the Park Hyatt. The best experience: upgraded to a suite for free as a Globalist, fabulous breakfast, gorgeous suite and bathroom and amazing concierges. And the free town car was also nice. Every person we came into contact with made you feel that their entire purpose was to make sure you had a good stay. And I agree with the above comment from Basil that Christopher the doorman rocks!!


Someone walked into our room with a key just like happened to you! Our room wasn’t dirty but there wasn’t anything nice about it for the price. A subsequent stay at the Park Hyatt was excellent. 5,000 more points for a thousand times better.


I agree. Last year my wife and I stayed in the Terrace Suite. A $1,500+ room per night had stains on the couch and red wine stains on the rug. The maids did not clean well after we left for the day. We came back in the late afternoon and our room still hadn’t been cleaned. We had to call back down and it still took them a few hours to get someone to do it. Definitely overrated by Gary.

Biggie F

Your experience would be a disappointment at almost any price.

This said, the hotel is usually not quite that bad. I agree that the service and follow-through is never special and is sometimes poor. The breakfast is good but overpriced and spare. The Splash suite is hard to get and not really worth getting. The bathroom arrangements can be less than wonderful in some rooms.

Where am I headed with this? Well, it is a hotel in the heart of NYC. There are some great rooms — we really like the rooms in the back tower. Until World of Hyatt came along, the b’fast was great for free as a Hyatt Diamond. Similarly, a 4pm checkout there can be like another free day. When I want on over-rated hotel, I want it cheap. When I find the $230 weekend nights (excluding taxes), I find the whole thing a great deal — as a current Hyatt Globalist. When I am no longer Globalist, not sure I’ll want it even at that price. Anyhow, this is a take-it-when-the-cash-price-is-cheap kind of Hyatt, not a use-points-there Hyatt.


What a disappointing hotel. Appreciate your review — now I know I won’t be going back.

Let us know if Hyatt reaches out to you in light of this post.


Stayed there a year ago for several nights.On points as well, a standard room. There were definitely issues with housekeeping – soda that had spilled on the floor wasn’t cleaned up, no replenishing of items from the bathroom.


Just stayed there. As a Globalist I couldn’t be upgraded but I could pay $80/night extra to get a library room view according to the front desk.

I paid extra for the room…a room where the seating area looked like it had fought many battles with stain remover, the walls had scuff marks on them all over, and the window shade hung askew.

I aggravated an old injury while I was out one day and asked the front desk for some ice. They said they would send it right up. Four phone calls later it finally arrived.

This was the first time I had been to the property in five years…wow…has it fallen!


Yes. Very.
I’ll admit that our room was clean, and service was so do. My complaint is how SPARSE it is. Our room (suite) had no surfaces (no dresser, desk, etc.), no doors other than water closet. So, no door from room to bathroom and no shower door. Very chilly shower!

I prefer a traditional hotel room with surfaces and doors. Andaz can keep their sleek “no clutter” look. And their rooms. I won’t be back.


Almost as overrated as the Andaz Maui!




The Park Hyatt rocks. Christopher the doorman is awesome. They should have him run the Andaz.

Ivan Y

Yikes! Makes me glad that for a recent trip I decided to return to Park Hyatt (was between this hotel, PH, and Hyatt Centric Times Square). Other than the lack of views and the newly-opened restaurant whose menu we didn’t care for, we absolutely loved PH and I greatly enjoyed the new team (seemed warmer and friendlier than my last stay a year and a half ago).

P.S. After World of Hyatt went live, Andaz 5th changed Suite Upgrade room to One Balcony Suite. Previously it was a larger suite. Not the only hotel who made such change per FT threads, e.g. GH Tokyo changed their upgraded suite as well.


Frankly, the biggest misstep here–even beyond the unacceptable level of filth–is the fact that the night manager promised you multiple things, and followed through on not. a. single. one.

That right there is the death knell as far as I am concerned. I get that sometimes rooms can get stained or dirty. That’s the nature of the business. But how are you a manager of *anything* if you can’t even follow-up on the simple promises made to a guest that did in fact get a room that out of order? Immediate corrective action is needed, but I’m not even sure a demotion to bus boy is in order, as this individual, supposedly working in customer service and hospitality, seems to be unaware of the meaning of both terms.

That said, that room was objectively disgusting. Combine that with the fact that it goes for $750 (!) per night makes it all the more egregious. At $275,000 per year of revenue, they can’t get a stain remover? Replace the couch?

Too bad, too. When I stayed here on the night of my wedding, we found the hotel to be fantastic. Based on this review, I’ll keep returning to Park Hyatt. Yuck.


Spoke with front desk on phone this week. Said they were going to renovate/refurbish. Was weirdly apprehensive to tell any details. Very adament about not sharing when it will start, what floors, when finished, what will be done, etc. Strange, actually. Why so secretive?!?!?


For New York City stays for us it’s hard to beat the Hyatt Regency Jersey City across the river. The PATH train takes less than 4 minutes from the World Trade Center, and the views of Manhattan are simply stunning. The buffet breakfast is really delicious and not limited. We had dinner there one evening and it was great.


I’ve been once and had a solid but unremarkable stay. I wasn’t a huge fan of the property compared to others where I could spend comparably or wher I could use aboit the same number of points.

I think you let the hotel off too easy. I would’ve insisted on a full refund of all points (or credit of 50K points) PLUS the return of my Upgrade and wipe of my account. This hotel can’t pretend to be a luxury hotel if it’s giving service as badly as it did for you…on multiple levels across multiple days. It has to pay up or shut up IMO.


Finally! A post agreeing with our asssesment of this hotel. Our suite also had a stained couch and the desk chair was broken. Noise from 5th Avenue made sleep/relaxation difficult. Never understood why people loved this place. Only positive is the location.

Enjoy Fine Food

Thanks for the report. Cross that one off my list.


I stayed in December and had a terrible experience at this hotel. They promised me a suite upgrade for the second night and didn’t do it. They told me for two days that my Amazon packages hadn’t arrived, which was not true. The noise from my room overlooking fifth made it very difficult to sleep. They told me at breakfast that as a diamond member (this was back before the changeover) that a side order of bacon was not included in the free breakfast. This was not true.I will not be back


As with most hotels in the city, they are overrated for what they cost. You’re paying for the location, as the property is usually an afterthought. The amount of square feet you get per dollar is laughable. I’d rather stay on the outskirts like the W Hoboken and take a short train ride or ferry into the city if I need to.


I have stayed at this hotel just once despite visiting the city almost weekly. I had exact same suite as you did and found it cold an unappealing. There was also almost no storage for clothes.


Yes, def overrated.
Before they changed to World of Hyatt, I used to get a great suite upgrade as a Diamond. And being there often, I would always get a Loft Suite or another Suite, whether I paid full cash, did a reward, or cash & points.

After changing to World of Hyatt and still being a Globalist, no suite upgrades were proactively offered, even on full paid stay. When asked, they said I could pay for an upgrade (once $125/night, another time almost $200/night) Despite having availability, despite being a Globalist, and despite pointing out all these things, they said there was nothing they could do. Indifferent staff there. Emailed manager and received a “tell us when you’re here again and we’ll take care of you”. Not planning to go back.

Meanwhile, Hyatt Centric Times Square, after re-branding as a Centric (from a regular Hyatt), always gave me a great suite upgrade. Great staff, always with a “welcome back”. Never had to ask for an upgrade.

Brice Betchan

My wife and I stayed here when I proposed in Central Park in December of 2016. We did not have any issues. We paid with points as well. We found everything to be quite pleasant with the exception of of the hallway. We found that there were several rooms on our floor that were under construction so the hall temperature was excessively hot. I’m sorry you had a bad experience. We loved the bathroom as well! I’m not sure what changed in 6 months!


That is a real shame! My wife and I stayed there a couple of times about 6-7 years ago and it was fantastic then! Good to know that maybe some things have changed/slipped since then.