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this place was way over priced! I paid over $400. The room was TINY! The air conditioner didn't work. I set it to 71 and each night I woke up freezing with the thermostat reading 64. The remote control didn't work and I called down...More
It's so hard to find a clean and affordable
Hotel in NYC. This is it ! I was very impressed with the location and the staff. They were friendly and made our stay very affordable. A friend wasn't very well and we needed some extra...More
Love staying at the Wyndham Garden Hotel, Chelsea West. Great location and great customer service. Double bed rooms are small but OK since we are only there for sleeping and spend most time out and about in the city
New York is expensive and my wife and I would rather spend our money on dining and theatre, than on a bed. The Wyndham Garden is reasonably priced, well located (just a block and a half from the subway), clean and safe with a very...More
Stayed for the night. Room was very small, view was the side of another building, shower shut off and on in the middle of showering every 5 min. Breakfast next door at the restaurant was ok but service was very slow for not being crowded....More
US$135 - US$376 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#195 Luxury Hotel in New York City
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