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This is definitely NOT a 4,3, or 2 star hotel. The room has been renovated, however my grandchild would have been a better carpenter and painter. Extremely cheap materials used. The caulk around the sink and the tiles in the bathroom was gloobed on. The...More
Great little hotel if you just staying one night. Budget friendly. Front desk is very helpful. Hotel felt like a studio apartment with a kitchen. Only downside the walls are thin. They are making upgrades to fix that problem. Right down the street from wall...More
I booked this hotel on priceline where it was rated a 4 star. To start, this is not a 4 star hotel. It is a 3.5 star at best, and more likely a 3. The building is worn, it looks like they've tried to update...More
The new hotel we had reserved didn't open on time and we were directed at this hotel 2 days prior to arrival. It's not bad but it's not good. There was no furniture whatsoever in our room. One bed, one side table and the microwave...More
The room was OK, not sparkling clean but it was fine, as I was only there for one night. However, I woke up in the morning to take a shower, and brown water gushed out for 2-3 seconds before turning clear. Needless to say, I...More
US$117 - US$383 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#229 Luxury Hotel in New York City
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