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I strongly recommend you NOT staying here. I had a very stupid discussion with the front desk man, because while I tried to checking in, I had my laptop open. This man, in a rude way asked me to close my laptop because I was...More
This place has very small single rooms. They are reasonably clean but realy noisy. I had to get pair of earplugs to make it through the night. Price is adequate I think and the location is actually really good.
If you don't mind the hostel environment (sharing a bathroom) this place is good. I got a private room that had its own sink. Shower and toilet right outside the room. Shared with about 6 other rooms but never had an issue using it. Wasn't...More
Stayed here with my friend for 7 nights. Location: 10/10 Cleanliness: 6/10 (few cockroaches eek) Beds: 7/10 (little firm) Noise: BRING EAR PLUGS! From the air conditioning, cleaners at 7am right outside the door and even the people on the streets, you hear everything at...More
Mid way between Manhattan and New York City, can walk to almost if the big attractions from here. 1 hr walk to New York City and a 40 min walk to Central Park. Such a good location for a good price. Good sized rooms with...More
US$64 - US$175 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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i pay 5 bucks for a big one for 24 hours-its great-i get in at 6 am-go to the hostel and store my bag-and either hang in the common room and watch tv or sleep-check in is around 2 or go enjoy new york with no bags-same when... More
i pay 5 bucks for a big one for 24 hours-its great-i get in at 6 am-go to the hostel and store my bag-and either hang in the common room and watch tv or sleep-check in is around 2 or go enjoy new york with no bags-same when you check out-i store my bag till i have to go catch my flight-best place ever
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"We staid on the ground floor, next to the entrance of the kitchen. If you want quiet, ask for room on one of..."