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We stayed in this hotel for 4 nights and then came back again to stay for our last 2 nights before we left NYC. The staff were super super friendly and helpful. The hotel was always clean and breakfast perfect. The location is awesome for...More
Clean and fairly quiet. Good bed (although a bit short and I'm only 178cm. Very noisy aircon, glad I didn't need it. Average breakfast, nothing special. No desk. No tea/coffee in room. Room 601 less quirky than I had expected from the photos, but no...More
We really enjoyed our stay at Nesva Hotel in July of 2018. The staff were very friendly and helpful plus the hotel was very clean. Would definitely stay there again if we are in the NYC area visiting relatives. The hotel is not too far...More
They say you get what you pay for, Well The Nesva Hotel certainly gives you more! A small friendly hotel with very helpful staff. The room was a good size, and with everything you need. We always say the room must be clean, and have...More
Apart from a misunderstanding about the “city view”, which was solved with our full satisfaction (on the hotel site you can find a better definition) we enjoyed our 2 stays in this Hotel. The best points are location and cleanliness. The hotel is in Queens...More
Nesva Hotel is a brand new modern boutique hotel offering striking views of the legendary Manhattan skyline. Located in the Long Island City (LIC) section of New York City, one Subway stop from Midtown …MoreManhattan. Close to area attractions and major city airports. A mere two blocks from N & Q Subway Lines and four blocks from E, M, R, & 7 Subway Lines. Only a short walk across the scenic Queensboro Bridge into the heart of posh 59th Street shopping and sightseeing. Less
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It's a residential and commercial neighborhood so honestly not sure. Best if you call hotel. However if you are staying in NYC for a few days you don't need the car. If you're passing through then ask. Sorry I can't be of... More
It's a residential and commercial neighborhood so honestly not sure. Best if you call hotel. However if you are staying in NYC for a few days you don't need the car. If you're passing through then ask. Sorry I can't be of more help.