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- Great price
- Quiet neighborhood
- 5 mins walk from nearest subway station
- Tip: Twin Queen room is spacious !
- Aging building
- Expect some old / aging furniture in the room (my room safe is not working)
Picked this hotel because it was a) affordable. b) close to where we wanted to go in NYC; and c) could accommodate our friends who are a family of 5. Lobby clean. Front desk staff, nice and knowledgable. Lobby restrooms clean. Now the rooms....the elevator...More
The rooms were clean, but uncomfortable, the furniture was cheap when it was bought 30 years ago, and the facilities were pathetic. The wifi was next to non-existent, totally inadequate for the modern traveller. Breakfast looked like it was set out on the sunday, and...More
Really liked the staff and the location. The rooms were big, however you could not take your shoes off, nor did you want to stay in the bathroom very long!! Great location, probably would not stay again!
Let's begin with the bed. I give it 5 stars. So very comfortable. But that's where it ends. The bed earned the one star. Bathroom vanity cabinet door falling off. No soap in bathroom. Light bulbs are out. Blow dryer is missing. Outlets in bathroom...More
US$111 - US$413 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#225 Luxury Hotel in New York City
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