Ratings based on 136 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.4 Room cleanliness
3.5 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from oklahoma
Nice neighborhood, but the hotel not goodPosted Sep 25, 2014
The staff was barely there, saw them once, only 3 channels worked on TV, stove didn't work, the kitchenette came with one fork a few bowls and a couple of coffee cups, we was suppose to get continental breakfast but do to "construction that we was not told about" we did not have free breakfast, and mold in our shower.. not a good experience
by A verified traveler
Terrible!!!Posted Jul 20, 2014
I could not stay there at all! It very dirty and unkept. I had to look for another hotel!
Recommendedby S. McGraw from Dodgeville, WI
Need to UpdatePosted Jun 25, 2014 on Hotels.com
We have stayed here before for one night and had a super squeaky bed. I was told by management after that stay that they were updating the beds, so I thought we would give it another try. Well, if anything we even had a worse bed! I had a terrible time sleeping because every time I moved the bed would squeak so loud it would wake me up. The room could have been cleaner, but were not super terrible. The table was so wobbly we were afraid to use it...my husband found the missing nut and bolt on the floor and tried to fix it, but still wasn't very good. The door lock was difficult to use. When we returned one evening the people who came to straighten up and remove our breakfast tray left our door ajar, so it was left open for who knows how long. The neighborhood is great, I love the location, but unless I know they have updated I would probably not return.
Recommendedby Wobat from Virginia
Great Location, low pricePosted Jun 23, 2014 on Hotels.com
OK for a B & B. If you expect a large hotel room, this isn't the place for you.
Recommendedby Maureen from Ireland
Elegant City RespitePosted Jun 21, 2014 on Hotels.com
The Gracie Inn was an oasis of gentility. Perfectly complimented a memorable trip to New York City.
for Familiesby Jennylynn from Fort Collins, CO
Quaint and funPosted Jun 17, 2014 on Hotels.com
My husband and I took our three children to NYC for the first time. Gracie Inn was perfect for us. The location was ideal - a relatively quiet, residential neighborhood with plenty of restaurants, easy access to the subway, and just blocks from Central Park and the Met. We loved eating meals on the rooftop patio (penthouse suite). The kids were captivated by the narrow staircase to the master bedroom with the greenhouse windows - fun in a thunderstorm! The kitchenette helped make meal expenses more manageable. Nice, personalized breakfast delivered to the door at requested hour. Staff happy to help, but only onsite during the day. Rustic feel - exposed pipes, wood floors, aging fixtures,but absolutely adequate.
by L. from 10606
Total DisappointmentPosted Jun 12, 2014
Pros: Quiet street, cafe on the corner
Cons: See above.
This place looked cute on the website, but my room (409) was not. Shabby and wobbly furniture, no attempt at decoration, mold beginning to grow in the shower, an oddly stocked kitchenette (no spoons), no bathmat. Not good. Don't go.
for Business Travelersby mmtdad from Philadelphia
An absolute dumpPosted Jun 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
The price was right but the conditions were awful. Old run-down facilities. Has the look of a tenement. Television didn't work. Bed mattress was lumpy. Just an awful place. Even at a reasonable price one expects more than this. Even on a tight budget, I wouldn't stay there again. Ever.
for Business Travelersby jimmy from winston salem
authenticPosted May 31, 2014 on Hotels.com
overall a great little place--staff is great, and unobtrusive. The mattresses could use replacing. I will definitely stay there again
by A verified traveler
Flea pit on 81stPosted May 29, 2014
We lived for years on this street so I thought it would be nice to stay there after an absence of four years. I was encouraged because there is a nice cafe and restaurant with the same name in the street and I assumed (wrongly) they were under same ownership at the hotel. What a blunder! It's hard to know where to start telling so I won't and advise you DON'T