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The good things:
It was relatively cheap.
Location is great; normal people live there close to subway, subway minutes to Downtown, variety of good restaurants, food shops, independent coffee shops and Starbucks next door which is essential if you need wi-fi.
The second bedroom we...More
I read the reviews below and was concerned about my hotel stay here after reading these reviews. I was only in NYC to move my daughter out of dorm room into storage, so it was not a "pleasure" trip, but needed convenience to school. I...More
The rooms were clean. Housekeeping came every day. The towels and the sheets are a bit old but overall clean. The bathroom was clean! They don't have a mini fridge in the rooms, that was a bit dissapointing cause you don't have a possibility to...More
Staff were so helpful and very friendly. The hotel was clean and very comfortable and a great location with 103 St subway station practically outside.
The room was perfectly adequate but the en suite bathroom was a bit on the small side. The bed was...More
Room extremely small, but i guess that's what you get in Manhatton. Seemed clean. Would have liked some tea or coffee in the lobby at least - there was hot water available, but nothing else! Also had to pay $2 so they would look after...More
USD 156 - USD 324 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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