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aligolluop
Reviewed 17 January 2008

We saw a review in the New York Times, and all our expectations were fulfilled, love the space, great looking room, and great service, huge, clean, and in the best location, will come back and back.

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San Francisco
Reviewed 7 January 2008

We stayed in the Madeleine Suite over New Year's after reading the New York Times review, checking out the website and reading the TripAdvisor reviews. We released our reservations at a nice Upper West Side hotel on the strength of these recommendations. When we first arrived, we were surprised that the room looked nothing like the picture of the Madeleine...

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chianti
Reviewed 4 January 2008

We had a nice holiday, "Stay the night" was a positive place to stay, a great area as it wasn't touristy. Quiet, well-equipped and confortable. Just one thing: you must know that there's no front desk (it was difficult to find someone when we arrived).

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los angeles
Reviewed 2 January 2008

I stayed at Stay the Night in "the apartment" at the end of Sept. 2007. I was meeting up with a friend in NYC and were supposed to meet up with Nick (the manager) so he could give us the key, but we were both late coming into town and he was nice enough to leave us the key in...

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New York
Reviewed 19 December 2007

I lived in NYC for 10+ years, moved out last year and have now discovered this place for those times when I need to come back. Wonderful! The fact that it's in a proper Manhattan townhouse really helped reinforce the authenticity of the experience. So much more charming and personal and Gothamesque than some chain hotel. Huge ceilings, large closet,...

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Baltimore
Reviewed 22 October 2007

We rented two guestrooms on the top floor. The rooms were very clean and equipped with all necessary gadgets plus lots of paper supplies. Location is superb. We were lucky and parked our car next to the entrance. Matresses are firm, the linen is clean. Very quiet. $400 for two nights for four people - who can beat that?

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Jerusalem, Israel
Reviewed 25 June 2007

I've just come back from NYC after staying in guest room number 2 in "Stay the Night", which really added so much to my trip in NYC. The room is lovely - large and airy, with a very comfortable queen sized bed, large windows and all the comforts such as a large fridge, a TV and a microwave. It was...

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Florida
Reviewed 16 June 2007

My girlfriend and I stayed in the top floor "Apartment," and we had a very pleasant stay. We were met by a VERY polite lady who explained everything thoroughly and even carried one of our heavy suitcases up the flights of stairs! The apartment itself was very spacious and clean, and it had all the conveniences of home (cold a/c,...

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Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Reviewed 5 June 2007

I loved the whole experience. The rooms are in a five story turn-of-the-century brownstone that was once a grand private home. My room, Guestroom 2, was on the top floor. If I can traipse all over Manhattan all day surely I can climb three flights of steep stairs. The room was huge, with two big sunny windows facing south to...

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Chesapeake, VA
Reviewed 3 June 2007

I booked the brownstone for a family stay. We stayed in all the rooms except the fox. Frankie is very nice and polite and a hard worker. The biggest problem for us was being able to contact someone when we needed something such as towels or toilet paper. Luckily we were able to rob from each others rooms. The key...

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Additional Information about Stay the Night Bed & Breakfast

Address: 18 E 93rd St, Between 5th Ave. and Madison Ave., New York City, NY 10128-0634
Region: United States > New York > New York City > Upper East Side , Manhattan
Price Range: $114 - $368 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
Also Known As:
Stay The Night Inc. Hotel New York City
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“I have stayed in the Barnes Suite, Fox Suite and Madelleine Suite ~ Rooms at the back are much quieter.”
 of 5 bubbles 1805, 25 Sep 2016 | Read review
“Chose a room from the web-site as some face the street and others, the rear of the building. The guest rooms are over several floors reached by one, two or three flights of stairs.”
 of 5 bubbles katebO1998GA, 25 May 2015 | Read review
“quiet, spacious, affordable, good for families, accommodating,”
 of 5 bubbles annabV8015YR, 16 May 2015 | Read review
“We were there in the winter. Heat in the suite comes from always-on old fashioned steam radiators. You titrate the heat in the suite by opening and closing the old windows, and by varying the opening of a skylight in the kitchen area with a long aluminum pole. I got pretty good at it after a few days!”
 of 5 bubbles fritz137, 7 Jan 2015 | Read review
“The Fox unit is on the back side of the building...absolutely no street noise and a nice outdoor patio space.”
 of 5 bubbles SunriseAddicted, 2 Jun 2014 | Read review
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