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I am hoping that a major renovation is in store for this hotel as much needs to be updated and fixed. For the cost, it was a significant disappointment even though check-in and service staff were friendly.
The lobby itself looked like low cost housing...More
We stayed for 4 nights and had a good stay. Hotel is a budget, no frills hotel. No fridge in the room and small. It was, however clean and comfortable and served a good breakfast in the morning (included) Do not expect anything fancy at...More
Tv reception very bad, 5/6 channels not even clear. After 4th night was moved to another room wasn't better. Lobby TV is very clear. Breakfast is OK. Mold in shower/bath combo. Comfy bed. Only thing good. Would not recommend.
We've booked a room after a not happy adventure with Airbnb. They were kind and friendly. Room was clean and comfortable. We really enjoyed our stay even for one night. Good position, 15 minutes walk from Penn Station and near the Lincoln Tunnel if you...More
Since we didn't book this hotel in advance, it was over prices for what was offered. The room was clean but so small, the carpet in the hallway was not clean and there was a damp smell in the corridor.
The breakfast was very mediocre....More
US$127 - US$298 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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