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The hotel staff was friendly and attentive, however the hotel itself is old and very basic.
The big plus for me was the hotels location-- it was perfect for walking.
All in All is wasn't a terrible hotel experience just very basic.
The location of this hotel is great and reception staff were nice but thats where it ends. Everything is very dated, dark and dingy. We would come back to our room at night and it would stink of cigarette even though i thought it was...More
the hotel is very old and no one is going to improve facilities, conditioner was so loud and ineffective that it was not possible to sleep. This hotel is very close to the other building, it is not possible to open the window and get...More
Small unassuming hotel. Very nice spacious room with 2 beds, 3 windows, small refrigerator and safe. Clean, roomy bathroom. Staff was friendly for the most part. Centrally located, close to Central Park, Broadway, restaurants. Safe neighborhood. Great value for the money. Would definitely recommend.
We were pleasantly surprised with this place! Our room was bright and clean and comfy. It was at the end of the hall so we had 3 windows. We had two double beds and 2 chairs, a small dresser and desk, a good sized closet...More
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