Even though the location is great the quality of the hotel wasn't so great. The rooms are extremely small and the carpets are dirty. Even though I requested a smoking room as soon as I walked in the room it smelled like an astray. I believe that
for a great location the hotel should be in better quality.
This hotel is fine for location - really close to the 2/3 96th street station. Rooms are tiny and not very quiet. It' also a mixed-use building with apartments in it and mixed in on the floors.
Old televisions and no cable. Wifi is really weak.
Water doesn't get beyond luke warm and shower fills up immediately with water.
So again, if you need a place to crash and you plan on spending minimal time in the hotel, it's fine for those purposes.
They were nice about holding my bag during the day.
excellent location lots of restaurants nearby. Subway station is right outside. Great internet access. The only problem I had was the room was pretty cold. It may be OK for most people, but for those who need a very warm place (those who are easy
to catch a cold), the room is cold in winter.
Excellent. The staff was very helpful and professional and the price was right. It's tough to find a hotel in this area for under $100 a night. I recommend it and would stay there again. It's also right next to the 1,2,3, trains so it was easy to
If you want to stay at Waldorf, pay Waldorf's price, this place is perfect for me
Okay, so let's face it, are you coming to the city to just stay in the room or to roam, and shop and do all the touristy stuff, and only to come back to your room to recharge and sleep? If so, this is the perfect place to be. It's really quiet at
night, far away from the ambulance sound, roaring city night, but still within close proximity to all the excitement the NYC has to offer. It's near the subway station, just less than a minute walk, and take express Broadway Subway #2, you're in Times Square within 3 stops, or less than 7 minutes. Lots of places to eat nearby, and take a cab or walk within few blocks to Amsterdam Avenue for typical New York bars... For only $77++ per night, I found my perfect hotel, it's clean, the room is newly refurbish, it has iPad,iPhone dock, free Wifi- a litte slow, but works :) and oh yes...Kashi protein bars.... How can I not love this place for less than $100? It's Perfect!
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Take Subway #2 to Times Square for less than 7 minutes ride from the Subway station near the hotel...(a minute walk)