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Days Hotel Broadway

2.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

closet to the subway and restaurant . The room is okay an d location very good

Amazing days with my friends. It's a secure place to be. Near Central Park and the red line.

We enjoyed the clean and it was pretty quiet but it was old but comfortable a little farther away than I thought from everything we wanted to see but the subway was right there so we were able to get to the sights. The diner next door was excellent and the waitress was really friendly. I would stay here again.

I arrived at the hotel, and the staff was helpful and kind. The lobby was very presentable. I get the key to room, head to the 2nd floor, and walk down a relatively quiet hallway. Obviously, nobody would complain about that When I approach my room, 217, there is an audible hiss, like someone is taking a shower. I try my keys and it's not working, and I head back to the desk to inform them of my key and the sound. I am told it is the heater and I was given new keys. I get to my room, open the door, and the heater is on the opposite side of the room. The room wad clean, but the noise was too much. I call the desk, and they send the technicians to assist. I wait for their arrival, and they replace the hissing "steam whistle". The noise continues, so I call and ask for another room. The desk tells me that I will face the same issue in another room. Thankfully, the technicians found a portable heater, so it's plugged in. I asked the tech to cut the heater noise, and they did so. The hardest part was waiting for the portable heater to be effective. Overall, if I'm paying over $100, I shouldn't have to resort to a portable heater. There's no way the hiss of the heater in room 217, is in all of the rooms. The t.v. was half way up, and it can still be heard. This is my first and last time here.

This hotel has a great location, close to food, Central Park and most importantly the 96th stop. It is definitely worth the stay if you just need a place to crash. Don't expect too many amenities or amazingness. If I found a huge discount I would be willing to return because it wasn't scary, everything was just a bit more rough and worn down than expected.

There were amenities, the rooms were very close together like a boarding house, the TV was outdated, the tub was dirty and there was no heat. The best part of the hotel was the lobby. The room overall was horrible and I did not want to sleep there. I left way before checkout to run home and rest

Near the park and transportation. Safe. Price half of anywhere else. Nice size room. Didn't get a renovated room as some had suggested because room was fine and renovated bumped the price up $50 a night. Nice front desk employee did bump us up for free to a two bedroom when we didn't even ask. Only small problems...smoking smell in the hallway and no soda machines that worked.

I have stayed at this hotel several times before, but it has definitely slipped. Bed was only 6 feet long with a pronounced dip. Room was small, dirty, no fridge, tube TV. After complaining, the desk person did upgrade me to a nicer room with a good bed (still no fridge), and Malfunctioning TV. The AC outlets didn't work. Talked with other tenants who had similar experiences. Felt ripped off.

Very convenient location. Staff friendly and accommodating. Our room was small but clean and comfortable. AC was unfortunately quite noisy, bothersome when trying to sleep. The lobby is beautiful, but upstairs, the hallways and room decor are tired and need updating.

clean, convenient and safe location, nice staff. Window AC is very noisy. No window, feel no air. But if you are used to it, then it is not a problem.

Not much to say about our experience. Don't know why I need to write something here. Just fillingi n the characters.

Old Hotel, Bathroom was damaged No refrigerator Old TV with no control and team not cooperated.

My experience was terrible. I arrived and stay out side the hotel in the street with my luggage about 30 minutes and at the end i am the one who brought my luggage inside!!! Rud and unhelpful staff. They di not know howvto welcome their guests at all. They ruin my trip and my family as well. The basic amenities like refrigerator is not available unless you pass extra charge!!!!!!!! This is the first and last time to be in this hotel.

Check in was easy, we received a free upgrade. The location is great with easy access to a variety of stores. The area is quiet. Downside is parking...no designated parking for guests.

Modestly priced and comfortable. Elevator could use a daily cleaning.

Most of the rooms are old and two of the elevators have been "temporarily" out of service for about a year. But the staff is pleasant, the rates are reasonable and the location on the Upper West Side right on a subway express stop is a plus.

The room was clean and neat and close to the subway. The staff answered questions, but were not very friendly, their customer service skills could greatly improve.

The hotel was close to the subway, so it was easy to get around. It was perfectly comfortable for a quick trip to the city. The rooms were clean and it was convenient for our needs.

215 W 94th St New York NY

Hotel highlights

  • Close to Columbia University
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Fitness center
  • Business center

Located in Upper West Side within a short walk of Children's Museum of Manhattan, Days Hotel Broadway is within a few miles (5 km) of other popular sights such as Museum of Modern Art. This 280-room hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like free in-room WiFi, a fitness center, and a business center. American Folk Art Museum is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) from this centrally located New York hotel.


Rooms

All 280 air-conditioned rooms feature coffee makers, free newspapers, and safes. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs with cable channels. Hair dryers, ironing boards, and desks are also standard.


Property features

Renovated in 2013, Days Hotel Broadway offers a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and a business center. There's discounted offsite parking and limo/town car service. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a computer station, express check-in, and free newspapers.

Room options

Room, 2 Double Beds, Smoking

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Room, 2 Double Beds

Full 2 | Sleeps 4

Room, 1 King Bed

King 1 | Sleeps 2

Double Room, 1 Double Bed

Full 1 | Sleeps 2

Guest reviews for Days Hotel Broadway

Everyone (22) Couples (47) Business (26) Students (1) Family (22) Other (30) Friends (11)
3

closet to the subway

Everyone

closet to the subway and restaurant . The room is okay an d location very good

By on Jun 30, 2017

4

amazing location. near the red line

Everyone

Amazing days with my friends. It's a secure place to be. Near Central Park and the red line.

By on May 19, 2017

3

we were looking for a clean and reasonably priced

Everyone

We enjoyed the clean and it was pretty quiet but it was old but comfortable a little farther away than I thought from everything we wanted to see but the subway was right there so we were able to get to the sights. The diner next door was excellent and the waitress was really friendly. I would stay here again.

By on May 14, 2017

2

hissing

Everyone

I arrived at the hotel, and the staff was helpful and kind. The lobby was very presentable. I get the key to room, head to the 2nd floor, and walk down a relatively quiet hallway. Obviously, nobody would complain about that When I approach my room, 217, there is an audible hiss, like someone is taking a shower. I try my keys and it's not working, and I head back to the desk to inform them of my key and the sound. I am told it is the heater and I was given new keys. I get to my room, open the door, and the heater is on the opposite side of the room. The room wad clean, but the noise was too much. I call the desk, and they send the technicians to assist. I wait for their arrival, and they replace the hissing "steam whistle". The noise continues, so I call and ask for another room. The desk tells me that I will face the same issue in another room. Thankfully, the technicians found a portable heater, so it's plugged in. I asked the tech to cut the heater noise, and they did so. The hardest part was waiting for the portable heater to be effective. Overall, if I'm paying over $100, I shouldn't have to resort to a portable heater. There's no way the hiss of the heater in room 217, is in all of the rooms. The t.v. was half way up, and it can still be heard. This is my first and last time here.

By , from NY on Mar 19, 2017

3

not the worst

Students

This hotel has a great location, close to food, Central Park and most importantly the 96th stop. It is definitely worth the stay if you just need a place to crash. Don't expect too many amenities or amazingness. If I found a huge discount I would be willing to return because it wasn't scary, everything was just a bit more rough and worn down than expected.

By , from Indiana on Nov 27, 2016

2

it was close to a restaurant and a movie night

Everyone

There were amenities, the rooms were very close together like a boarding house, the TV was outdated, the tub was dirty and there was no heat. The best part of the hotel was the lobby. The room overall was horrible and I did not want to sleep there. I left way before checkout to run home and rest

By , from New York on Nov 24, 2016

4
Everyone

By on Nov 16, 2016

4

great location, great on a budget

Everyone

Near the park and transportation. Safe. Price half of anywhere else. Nice size room. Didn't get a renovated room as some had suggested because room was fine and renovated bumped the price up $50 a night. Nice front desk employee did bump us up for free to a two bedroom when we didn't even ask. Only small problems...smoking smell in the hallway and no soda machines that worked.

By , from Oakland, CA on Nov 15, 2016

2

ashtray-smell rooms last updated in the regan era

Everyone

By on Oct 28, 2016

2

won't be back.

Everyone

I have stayed at this hotel several times before, but it has definitely slipped. Bed was only 6 feet long with a pronounced dip. Room was small, dirty, no fridge, tube TV. After complaining, the desk person did upgrade me to a nicer room with a good bed (still no fridge), and Malfunctioning TV. The AC outlets didn't work. Talked with other tenants who had similar experiences. Felt ripped off.

By , from Santa Cruz, CA on Oct 1, 2016