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I read the other reviews for this hotel the day before leaving for NYC. I was quite afraid! Once I arrived, I noticed the drab exterior of the hotel. The lobby was not very much more inviting, but the staff were helpful and accomdating. My...More
As soon as you enter this grubby hotel your heart sinks. The only elevator can hold one person and a case. The whole hotel smells of bleach. My double room was aprox nine feet by nine feet - no window, heater hanging off wall (no...More
I am having a hard time even reveiwing this hotel. It was such a strange experience.
The room itself was clean and the front desk staff were actually very nice. We only stayed for one night, so it was an amusing experience as opposed to...More
I would not stay here even if they pay me. The WORST hotel at which I've ever stayed. It's 10 times worse than what you can possibly imagine of a bad hotel. It's so very nasty. I couldn't stand it even with my eyes closed.
D is for disgusting, which this place is.
U is for unique, which is the unpleasant odor throughout the place.
M is for my God, not even the bugs want to stay here.
P is for please cancel your reservation. NOW!
USD 140 - USD 286 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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