We arrived here around 10pm on a weekday, where we were led to a sub-basement level room. I asked if there were rooms available in a non-basement floor. The concierge said no, and told me that there were no "basement levels in New York" in a snapping tone that made clear he felt I was wasting his time. Fine, but whatever you call a floor you can see the bottom of the parked cars of, we were there.
The neighborhood is grimy, and so is the room. The floors are dusty, the fridge didn't work even though is was plugged in, and the walls are paper thin. And as the wonderful highlight of our stay, we were woken up at 8 am after getting a single hour of jetlagged sleep by staff that had to know but did not care that their facilities had paper thin walls. The entire staff were chatting, laughing, yelling, and even blasting music on speakers in the corridors, and I am very sure the entire floor would have heard them. I am truly amazed at what a $100 in New York can buy. Please stay away.More
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