Ratings based on 997 Verified Reviews
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4.1 Room cleanliness
4.1 Service & staff
3.8 Room comfort
3.6 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Great hotel, convenient mid town location.Posted Jul 29, 2014
Helpful, courteous friendly staff. Convenient location near Empire State Bldg and subway station. Discounted parking directly across the street. Comfortable room and beds with updated bathroom. Complimentary breakfast underwhelming, but free breakfast is a nice way to start day in nyc.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from seattle
Great locationPosted Jul 27, 2014
Perfect location in the center of everything! Staff went out of their way to make us comfortable and happy. WOuld absolutely stay there again.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from uk
Comfortable and lovely staffPosted Jul 27, 2014
Very friendly staff. Rooms simple but comfortable. Nice touch of a jug of water in the fridge - very useful. Good location and felt safe.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Fort Worth, TX
Good Central Location in Mid Town ManhattanPosted Jul 26, 2014
The best thing about this hotel is its location. Close access to subway stations and walking distance to many of the city's attractions. The room itself is adequate. Small but clean. Ours had no view but a brick wall of the neighboring building. The continental breakfast was bagels, coffee, juice, apples. I when with my son and the room was okay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from illinois
please change the bed and pillowsPosted Jul 15, 2014
Pros: close to parking
Cons: change bed to a comfortable bed and pillows
we were not able to sleep good on our 2nights stay in the hotel due to the bed in not comfortable at all. its like a pull out bed which you can feel and hear the noice of the spring. please change the bed and pillows.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from NSW Australia
Nice hotel in KoreatownPosted Jul 15, 2014
Pros: Staff were very pleasant and helpful. Decor and furnishings were nice too.
Cons: Breakfast fairly basic but ok. Lounge bar expensive but complimentory tea/coffee throughout the day was a nice touch. Free wifi was great !
Location: Koreatown fairly run down and dirty but easy access to subway , tour pick ups and Empire state around corner on same block.
Good hotel in a not so clean part of town. Fair for the price but liked further uptown around 46th where I had stayed before.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Tarzana, California
Convenient, Safe, and Friendly Midtown HotelPosted Jul 8, 2014
Pros: The Hotel is conveniently located to get anywhere you want to go in New York City. The bed and linens are very comfortable. Quality Toiletries.
Cons: The free Wi-Fi is slow but it amused me to watch the screen paint like years ago.
Location: The Hotel is right in the heart of Korea Town with easy access to anywhere in the city. Macy's, Times Square, and Penn Station are close by.
I personally was pleasantly surprised when it became obvious the Hotel was build before 1986, as I enjoy older architecture. The Hotel offered everything I needed for my most recent stay in New York City. There is easy subway access and Penn station is 2 blocks away. If needed, you would not need to walk far for any restaurant, shopping, or personal needs as there is a CVS 1 block away. 32nd street by the Hotel is all Korean restaurants, however, a block or two away offer other choices. The Standard Queen room is good sized by New York City standards with a room large enough for the bed, a desk, refrigerator, and ample space for your luggage. The room also offered a nice size bathroom with window and a small walk in closet with safe. My room over looked a brick wall in an interior corridor, however, with Hurricane Andrew in North Carolina and it's path unknown, I decided this would be the best option should the storm not go out to sea. The continental breakfast is convenient should you get up that early. The bed and linens are very comfortable. The Hotel staff in my experience is friendlier than most, if possible, always a greeting, even the maids offered to help with a question. I am sure if I had a request or issue it would have been addressed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from oklahoma
Visit to NYCPosted Jul 6, 2014
Pros: We liked the style of the hotel, being old but nice. It was great for the price in NYC.
Cons: Well the couch had some stains on it but otherwise the furniture was okay. We were in a nonsmoking room but could smell the smoke from other rooms
Location: Great location as far as close to places, food. Little Korea is not a very nice street/area.
Overall the hotel is very historic but overall nice, especially for the size of rooms and for the price. The location of the hotel is in Little Korea which is not as nice but was safe. There are tons of places to eat and its right by a subway spot. Its just down the street from Empire State Bldg and walking distance to times square, Rockefeller ctr. The room had 2 beds and a sofa which did not pull out but was adequate for our child. It even had a small fridge. There is only one old elevator which is slow so might want to take the stairs. There is a small bar on site which was nice. Breakfast is well, muffins and bagels, OJ milk and coffee and you have to eat it downstairs or they will charge you $10. They really need to offer cereal too.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from PA
Great location; nice roomPosted Jul 2, 2014
Pros: Room was spacious for NYC and clean. Given its location, was quiet, even on the fourth floor.
Cons: Breakfast was limited to pastries, bagels, and coffee, milk, and juice. Some fruit or alternatives would have been ideal.
Location: Nicely close to Penn Station. Numerous Korean restaurants nearby.
Hotel is close to Penn Station and has twin bed rooms, perfect for an overnight stay between flights with a friend.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from nyc
Hotel in Korean town near time squarePosted Jul 2, 2014
Staff were friendly nice but the elevator and room were still nice but the insororiastion was bad we can hear ppl walking on the hallways there was no view of the outside but still okay