Good hotel in an amazing location (20 seconds walk from Times Square). Room a little small but a lot of rooms in hotels in NYC tend to be a lot smaller than average. One thing to mention which was a little annoying, was when we checked out we were charged $1 to leave a bag in the hotel. I always ...
The room was small as expected but had everything we needed and the bed was very comfortable. The location was also perfect
Very clean and central to restaurants, etc. Noise did travel some from the hallway into the room.
Great location! Hotel room are small. Nancy is the bar lounge was rude and unprofessional.
I enjoyed my stay at this hotel. It was close to everything and the staff was friendly and helpful.
Excellent location. Beautiful hotel with wonderful staff. Clean comfortable room. Bathroom needs to be updated. Tea/Coffee facilities and cups in the room would be nice.
Location was fantastic. Staff was friendly and helpful.
everything was great except size was very small. (although it is somewhat expected considering its in NYC.)
The property is old and the rooms need updating. The rooms were clean. We booked a king bed and after calling to confirm due to a late arrival the manager moved us to a king. Overall the hotel was okay. Very nice lobby. Small rooms but to be expected with NYC. The location was PERFECT. Close to Grand ...
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