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Negatives: 1)The front desk only has one person on staff at a time, so most likely you will wait when you arrive or need something. The carpets are not clean and there are many visible stains. The staff spray air freshener, up and down the...More
The absolute worst hotel I've ever been to. Housekeeping is NOT very good at their job! It was dirty and dated. We requested towels a couple times to no avail. Eventually just got our own from the housekeeping bin. The breakfast the first morning was...More
needs a major overhaul of management and property upgrade, not a competitive properity for business stays, wireless internet poor (wired OK), housekeeping never completely cleaned room or restocked toletries, carpet dirt not vacuumed, outside garbage not emptied for days, skip this Wingate
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This will not be as much a narrative as a punch-list. We ended up here because our first choice was booked and they were pretty much the only option left.
First, the best part of the property was the staff at the front desk and...More
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If your looking to visit, be safe, and not expensive, then you need to stay outside of New York City. Most hotels in the city are overpriced. Your best bet is to stay in New Jersey near a train station. It is least... More
If your looking to visit, be safe, and not expensive, then you need to stay outside of New York City. Most hotels in the city are overpriced. Your best bet is to stay in New Jersey near a train station. It is least expensive for hotels and it is less frustrating to travel by train to the city and use the cities subways to get where you would like to go. The subway is $2.00 per ride or you can purchase a certain amount on a card to just swipe each time you use it. My daughter lives in the city and swears by Uber to get her where she wants to go at a cheap price and the cars are no older than 10 years old.
Look at reviews for the hotels before you book them, that's what I do.
Hope I was helpful.