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First of all, we booked a room with twin beds (paid in advance) and when we arrived, they offered us a single room with an extra bed for a cost of 25 $ per night and there was no space in the room to even...More
I was surprised by the tiniest room ever. The bathroom was almost bigger then the room. Was clean, but needed to have update. Bathroom is large and nice. Mattress was defiantly a double size. Vending machines always out except for monster drink. One buckets leaked,...More
Stayed here for 2 nights as part of a package and was sorely disappointed. The room was small, shabby, in need of a good clean and our room looked out of the back of the hotel onto a service area. Not nice!
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Great hotel and great room! Was only on the 2nd floor but still had a good view from my room of the city. Highly recommend, bed is super comfy and bathroom is bigger than most NY hotel bathrooms. Staff was very kind as they held...More
Location is great & close to blue & orange subway lines. Staff are very friendly & helpful. Housekeeping is excellent - clean rooms with fresh towels & linen daily. Rooms are an ok size for NYC with very nice bathrooms. Expect practical as opposed to...More
US$157 - US$424 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#194 Luxury Hotel in New York City
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