The price is $200 per night from Sep 26 to Sep 27$200
Sep 26 - Sep 27
1.9/5 (13 reviews)
"When I got there the owner said he was not connected to Expedia and asked that I paid him cash while the payment had already been made. Don’t book this hotel. Don’t go there it’s dirty and creepy. I did not stay and lost 300 dollars. Expedia did a terrible job for repayment. Still outstanding."
"This property is located in a quiet area of Queens within easy reach of the subway and laundromats. The hostess is friendly and the accommodation has good privacy. There is some property stored in the accommodation area, but this does not impede use and was not a concern."
"We had a good stay. The pictures reflected the room really well. Our place had no washcloths, only towels so I wasn’t expecting that. The building manager or security, weren’t able to offer any. The beds didn’t have sheets, only fitted sheet and comforters. Other than that, it was a nice ..."
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"Fabulous midtown location, 34th St subway steps away, basic and clean room with a view. Strong water pressure for a shower after a long day of city walking. Warning: does not have coffee or fridge in room. We plan to return for future NYC trips. "
A verified traveler stayed at The New Yorker A Wyndham Hotel
"Great place to stay. Close to a lot of things, but it is in time square so not the best area. The hotel is really clean and the rooms are bigger than others I have stayed at. A lot of bars in the hotel including a rooftop bar which was awesome. "
A verified traveler stayed at Margaritaville Resort Times Square
"Stylish hotel in theatre district. Amazing staff! Helped set up car to get to a very early airport departure. Always someone to greet you and ask about your day, also help with any plans. Beds super comfy, shower amazing. We had two rooms for our group. Ours had fantastic NYC street views, the other looked out on walls. Same price, so I'd at least ask for the kind you want, if it matters to you. Btw, view room had a lot of street noise, and no view room was nice and quiet. Our group was happy with both. They were equally stylish with a mini frig. Would stay again!"
A verified traveler stayed at Ameritania at Times Square
"We enjoyed our stay at Edison Hotel. The staff is very nice and friendly. The hotel is very clean and offers varies amenities, along with good restaurants. Walk out the hotel into Times Square or catch the Wicked play. All in all great hotel staff food and location."
A verified traveler stayed at Hotel Edison Times Square
"This is the perfect stay for a single person. Could be tight for two. Exceedingly clean and great windows with views. The elevator was down when I was there, so the lobby and elevator area was crowded. The UN was in session while I was there, so it was very pricey"
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