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The location is great, in a small quiet street, not to far from the Union Square Metro. The house is great, cosy , and its interior decoration so lovely, lots of old pieces of furniture, I loved it! Makes you feel almost like home! Nice...More
I travel to NY often on business, so it was great to find a small (10 room) hotel where you were not lost in a crowd of noise and people. The rooms are immaculate, historic and quaint, and honestly I had one of my best...More
DO NOT STAY HERE IF YOU WANT A MIDTOWN TYPE HOTEL.
Location: Perfect. 1 block from Union Square, but completely removed from the chaos. It is on a fairly quiet street (for New York), 2 blocks from Gramercy Park. Only a 2 block walk to...More
The Inn is an extremely charming walk back into history. As your climbing the staircase, you'll wonder how many people from the past walked before you. The rooms are large, inviting and Victorian with all the modern conveniences that you need. The Inn is located...More
I recently booked the Inn for a weekend stay in the city after reading all the glowing reviews on Trip Advisor. We wanted to be located in this general area for easy access to most of the places we were visiting, seeing, and dining during...More
Parking in New York is an art and a science. Out of towners are best advised to use parking garages. There are several in the neighborhood, but they are not cheap. Otherwise, assuming you can even FIND a spot on a street in... More
Parking in New York is an art and a science. Out of towners are best advised to use parking garages. There are several in the neighborhood, but they are not cheap. Otherwise, assuming you can even FIND a spot on a street in the neighborhood, you will have to move your car every weekday morning, competing with residents who know the drill.
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"Some of the rooms are upstairs. They are steep and many. The suite downstairs is nice."