Nice hotel except there is no bathroom in the rooms. You have to go to a share bathroom in the hotel's hallway. No parking as well you just have to go and fins something close where parking is allowed. Luckily we found one close and didn't have to pay. Other than that its a nice hotel for the price. ...
I loved the convenience of the location. It’s was very efficient and the staff what really great. The water pressure in the shower was weak and the toilet room was tiny. But it was a great price for the location.
You should know that you are not technically allowed to stay here if you are an nyc resident. The building is great with a Cafe, patio, lounge area, computer room, full kitchen, storage lockers, and theater that has free comedy a few times a week. The bed had a little curtain for privacy. My top ...
The hotel is ok if you are use to travel and being in dorms, if not then you probably won't like it. It was clean which is the must important thing for me. The ac is a little noisy but is an ok place if you are looking for something cheap for a few days.
Location is perfect, didn’t like there is no tv in room. Shared bathroom I can deal with.
It was respectably quite and clean...the amenities were in supply at all times. Overall, a pleasant experience
like the location & cleanliness of bathroom. did not like lack of lighting and controllable heat/AC
love the kitchen area....cooking while you watch tv
Staff at the front desk was not friendly at all. The cleaning staff very nice, the room nice and clean and the semi private bathroom was always very clean. The welcome person at the entrance also very friendly. All the facilities were outstanding swimming pool, gym, sauna, steam room, we enjoy it ...
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