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Cozy, clean and comfortable was our Twin Room at this 1970s looking hotel. It's a little off the beaten track (Hell's Kitchen) for a midtown hotel but, if you like to be in a neighborhood, this is your hotel. Lobby is wood-panelled and cold feeling....More
Just got back from 10 days stay and found by and large everything to be a very good standard. We were with 6 other people and all of us were happy with our stay. Our room was comfortable, a good size and contained a fridge....More
great hotel a little bit of a walk from times Sq, and about 20-25 mins to centre pack. we stayed last year from 30th marth until 4th april hotel was very clean and hotel was great nothing to fault. has computers for hire from $1up...More
Stayed in executive king room in the more modern part of the hotel. Quiet at night too. Good black out curtains. Would highly recommend this hotel to all. Art deco feel gave it character and in a good location. Clean room. Plenty of fresh towels...More
Wouldn't call it a five star experience but would go back there again. What stood out for me was the size of the room compared to others in Manhattan and the reception staff were exceptionally friendly and helpful. The location in Hells Kitchen was great...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
affordable to the ultra-fancy. Visit the Rockefeller Center to experience towering Art Deco grandeur, and foodies will love the busy restaurants that stay open late in Koreatown. After dark, Midtown calms down a bit, but at any time of day or night it still feels 100% New York.