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If you are okay with paying with cash ONLY on a DAILY basis, bulletproof plexiglass at check-in, board shutters over window, stairs only (where’s the ADA?), and staying in a fire hazard (one way up, one way down), this is the place for you. Clean...More
This is my second time at St marks hotel always the best choice for me in New York City .for the price no body can beat it .location is awesome ,service is always great .staff are wonderful with a lot of help when we need...More
Yikes. Ancient building with rooms that are in dire need of upgrading. Even 215.00 a night in New York is outrageous. Blankets you can see thru them plus very itchy. Noisy from street cars sirens horns .. smoke alarm Twerped all night reminding you the...More
I looked at pricing for your basic holiday inn or chain and at this time of year they are all $350 a night. This place is half that if you can handle some stairs at the beginning and end of your day. A bellman will...More
*** DO NOT STAY HERE***
- extremely unsafe
- homeless people have broken in while I was here
- rude and unresponsive front desk
- residents are extremely loud and smoke all around the hotel
- shower temperature fluctuates with hot to cold water
There’s still an independent vibe to the East Village, which offers plenty of unique small businesses catering to longtime New Yorkers and area college students alike. The East Village retains a bit of the old-time neighbourhood feel that you can still experience today thanks to a mix of locally-owned shops, cozy restaurants, and lively bars. The scale of the residential blocks makes this a wonderful place to
wander up and down the streets searching for the newest hip spot, or an old-school favorite. In the center of the neighbourhood, Tompkins Square Park serves as a gathering point for the New Yorkers that call the East Village home. The people-watching here is hard to beat.
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I'm not sure either. We parked at the Impark on Staten Island by the St. George Terminal and took the free Staten Island Ferry into the city. The Impark was only $10 for the whole weekend, and I didn't have to drive in... More
I'm not sure either. We parked at the Impark on Staten Island by the St. George Terminal and took the free Staten Island Ferry into the city. The Impark was only $10 for the whole weekend, and I didn't have to drive in Manhattan.