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1/2 a block to Javits center. Room was pretty ugly. Window did not have a pull shade so very light in room. Noisy inside room as 11th ave roars with trucks. Single small elevator. Breakfast was typical-powdered eggs and sausage patty (stay away) but rest...More
I stayed here for 2 nights, sharing a king room with my daughter. The staff were super friendly and helpful and made our stay.
The room itself was underwhelming, however when you are staying for a few nights on a tight budget, this hotel does...More
The only good thing is that is 2 min walk from the convention center and the staff is nice. One elevator means you may end up waiting 10 min just to catch one that is not full in the morning. The breakfast area is way...More
Hotel needs serious renovation and upgrading. The rooms are very small and the carpets need a good clean.
Complimentary breakfast was awful cold and tasteless with not a selection of food at all really.
Staff are very friendly and pleasant that’s the only reason I...More
Would not recommend this hotel. Despite being an expensive room it was very small and old. Carpet was worn out, lift was very slow. Mattress protector was old and had a large stain on it. The mattress protector was replaced immediately once we mentioned it...More
US$119 - US$279 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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