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Do NOT stay at this hotel! Overpriced, shabby, poorly appointed room. Our room had a frayed rug, holes in the wall, no valet or dresser (suitcases have to go on the floor), a stained sofa, poor water pressure. Very, very disappointed in this hotel.
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I stayed at The London several times. The service is impecable, the concierge is always helpful, restaurant service is quite good, rooms and bathrooms are huge for NYC standards. And I believe it is reasonably priced for what it offers
2 Thank Purus
Response from N Y, General Manager at The London NYCResponded 18 January 2018
We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed your visit to The London NYC. We thank you for your loyalty and look forward to welcoming you back very soon!
This was my 3rd stay at The London NYC. Because of the location and size of the suites, it was my favorite hotel in NYC. This trip changed that. Upon arrival, the room we were assigned had a horrible stale odor as if someone had...More
I'm a HH Gold Member and I'm surprised that Conrad would put its name on this hotel. The carpets in the room was literally coming apart. The edges were unfilled and the strings would get caught on my heels and get pulled apart even more....More
The London NYC was above my original expectations. For the price, the room is very spacious for New York City -- all the rooms are suites, and my room had a beautiful living room, very comfortable bedroom, absolutely huge shower (rain shower and another full...More
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