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1. I reserved a room with 2 double beds. At the last minute my 2 sons decided to come. I figured we had plenty of bed space for a 1 night stay. They charge per person. I felt treated as criminals when I checked in...More
We had a two double bed room which was probably 12'x25' at the front of the hotel, 5th floor. (I will say the beds and pillows were very firm, my husband didn't care for them so much.)
It had everything we needed (well a little...More
My daughter and I spent five nights at the Da Vinci on a recent trip to NYC. What a delight. Although the room was small, it had everything we needed including a refrigerator. The room was immaculate!! We had heard about bed bugs in New...More
Was concerned about the bed bug problem in NYC so the first thing we checked was the mattress and box springs! They were both covered in the appropriate BB protection attire! Room was clean, although a tiny bit shabby. On the small size but we...More
USD 135 - USD 289 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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