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I stayed at Americana Inn in August. This hotel is very nice and comfortable. The rooms are small but very clean. Also bathrooms, that are in common with other rooms, are very clean!!!Incredible!I think they wash them many times a day. Every room has tv...More
The Americana Inn was a small but nice hotel to stay in in New York City. I am a student on a budget travelling with a friend and we just wanted to see the sites of the city and have a place to crash at...More
I LOVED the Americana Inn:-
1 - The rooms whilst sparce and on the small side are well maintained and very clean (a welcome basket with towels, soaps, plastic cups etc. are placed in every room and mine was "topped up" daily).
2 - The...More
I stayed in a single room in the American Inn from 22 August 2005.
The room had enough space and a comfortable bed. There was TV with 25 channels.
The room, also the bathroom, were very clean. Bathroom was cleaned a few times a day....More
We had booked a room with a shared bathroom and expected that to be bad but there were five or so bathrooms on each floor with one outside our room so was no problem. The rooms were small but and basic but did the job...More
US$118 - US$304 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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