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Horrible hotel very unorganized with a guy running around with like a chicken with his head cut off. No cold water in entire hotel in heatwave, 50 people stuck waiting for an elevator the room was disgusting didn’t want to remove any clothing constantly looking...More
This hotel was perfect for our needs. We travelled from England and weren’t looking for glamour or luxury. We wanted a cheap clean place to rest our heads so we could spend more money out all day exploring and that’s what we got. The air...More
I booked this hotel for the last week in June starting on June 23rd. I canceled the hotel on June 17th. I received a confirmation email stating I would not be charged and the cancellation was free. However upon review of my credit card, it...More
All hotels are overpriced in New York but this one just a little more for what you get. It is very basic although the staff is very nice and welcoming. The rooms are basic, the business room is basic, and there are absolutely no extras....More
We came for a weekend visit with our kids. The neighborhood is fantastic - restaurants, playgrounds, ice-cream, and as subway stop all close by.
The hotel room was basic, at best.
WiFi did not work in room
Nestled between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side offers iconic architecture and a quiet, residential respite from the buzzing energy of downtown. Along Central Park West are many of the city’s most iconic apartment buildings, as well as the American Museum of Natural History, which has been welcoming visitors to its historic exhibit halls for over 140 years. Culture fans will love Lincoln Center,
home to some of the world’s best opera, dance, film, and theatre performances, all centrally located around a beautiful fountain. Spanning the entire length of the Upper West Side, Riverside Park is ideal for a long, leisurely stroll in a quiet green space.
You can walk in anytime. BUT we felt very safe the whole time we were there. If you are looking for a clean place to lay your head and affordable, this is it. No frills kind of place. Manhattan Diner is awesome too!
The hotel is upgrading rooms. Some remain old and others look quite new. The hotel itself is older. I have stayed at this hotel for many years and never saw any mold. I have seen an occasional crack in the wall and some... More
The hotel is upgrading rooms. Some remain old and others look quite new. The hotel itself is older. I have stayed at this hotel for many years and never saw any mold. I have seen an occasional crack in the wall and some chipped paint, worn carpets and a lack of drawer space, but I wouldn't call the place "dirty."
This area, away from Times Square, has a lot to recommend it. Walk over to Amsterdam Avenue and find a variety of dining options all the way down into the 70s. You can walk across Central Park to the east side, visit the museums and location to the subway is great. The little deli across the street is fine. If you want more, go around the corner on Broadway and check out the Manhattan Diner or walk up to 100th Street to the Metro.
I suggest that you ask for a room in the back of the hotel in the upper floors to avoid street traffic noise.
This hotel offers reasonable prices in the city. It's not a chic hotel, but, let's face it: you will probably only be sleeping here anyway!