60 reviews of New York City Night On The Town Tour
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Reviewed by Deb D, Australia, November 2012
Just be careful - 2 beers cost $18 but otherwise was a good tour
Reviewed by SFAS, October 2012
I had a great night. The boat ride was really interesting and the food at the Italian restaurant is very good.
Reviewed by DONNA S, September 2012
Over all the tour was good. The only recommendation I have is to find a better restaurant for your guests for dinner. The food was so bad we could not eat it. We ordered eggplant parmagian and it was so tough you could not chew it. Due to serving us so late we could not reorder as the bus was leaving for our next stop. Except for dinner I would give the tour a 4 star.
Reviewed by Louise, September 2012
Good tour lets you get to see manhattan by night nice stop in little Italy for a meal would recommend
Reviewed by andy_jones_99, September 2012
good interesting tour
hi line gardens very interesting glad we saw them
boatt trip and champagne good -although my camera not up to taking sights at night
enjoyable restaurant meal
only disappointment was top of the rock - little to see at night
overall a good package making for a great evening out in New york
Reviewed by peter s, United Kingdom, June 2012
Tour guide was very informative, this is a must if you want to see lots in one night. Food was fab
Reviewed by GV, April 2012
Good value for money, everything in the one tour if time in NY is limited. Thoroughly recommend.
Reviewed by chaboi614, January 2012
Everything went good, nice learning experience made me feel like a new yorker :)
Reviewed by Darren S, Australia, December 2011
The tour content was a great. The dinner at "Little Italy" was very good. The tour guide was funny. Recommended.
Reviewed by George M, December 2011
We did the "Night on the Town" tour the week before Thanksgiving. The tour guide and coach driver were excellent and so the tour was excellent. The weather was great for November, cold but dry. We visited Chelsea Market, which yourists wouldn't normally find on their own, and did the walking tour of highline park. Then on to the Restaurant for an Italian meal. This was OK but the highlight was the Statue of Liberty under clear skys, with a glass of Champagne. Worth the money.
Reviewed by kathy, November 2011
Bonnie was a fantastic tour guide...the driver was amazing...enjoyed the sights...BUT the little Italy dinner was horrid.
Reviewed by jerome t, April 2013
A very enjoyable tour but I was disappointed that we were unable to take the Highline walk due to the hour of the day. I felt your company should have been aware of the availability of offerings on the tour.
The tour guide improvised by taking us to the Chelsea Market, which was diverting,however I was very interested in seeing the Highline walk.
Reviewed by missskybird, Australia, March 2013
My husband and I took this tour as it advertised sunset views from the High line, wrong!!!! After getting on the coach we we told they would not be visiting the High Line as it closes early. What made it worse was this fact was known to the company for quite some time, they just forgot to mention it in their tour description. For a $171 for a couple I expected to get what we paid for. The tour description is basically a lie as they know that will not be taking you to the High Line. Instead they took us for a whirlwind visit to the Chelsea Markets, great if you didn't actually want to stop and look at anything, the visit was that fleeting. Dinner as the best part of the night, just don't buy any drinks as the prices charged by the saturation for alcohol are ridiculous approx $9 for a beer! The harbour cruise was great but on our night it was freezing and raining. We were taken to the Top of the Rock and then told they were just dropping us off and would not be waiting forums, we would have to make our own way back to our hotels. It was freezing and blowing a gale. We had a single woman on the tour so we walked her back to her hotel as she was not happy about finding her way back to her hotel. I just wonder if there had been any elderly people on this tour how they would have fared having to walk back. The tour does advertise pick-up and drop-off at our hotel, another misrepresentation. These people need to be honest and either give people what they paid for or. Change the tour description.