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One night stay because of a concert. We needed a place for the kids to hang out. The staff was very nice. Check in was easy. The hotel was very old and in need of an overall. The floors were sagging, beds were horrible, just...More
if you are looking for a simple and well located hotel, this is a good option. we were in 4 (2 adults and 2 kids), we got a room with 2 queen beds, small rooms and bathroom as expected, however the location is just great,...More
Took a quick tourist trip to NYC. We were only there Saturday and Sunday morning, so we wanted to be close to a lot of attractions. We were trying to get in as much as possible in a short amount of time. Park Savoy is...More
The room we booked was 2 double bed so it had some good space, it was clean, their refrigerator or whatever they call it don't work at all. AC is like from 80s which is on your head when you sleep, so with the noise...More
I was little nervous booking the hotel due to some of the less-than-stellar reviews it had received. However I had zero complaints from my stay. This hotel is perfect if you are making a short trip to NYC and don't plan on spending too much...More
US$143 - US$239 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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