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We stayed in the hotel for 5 nights.
Rooms are more than OK, not too small. it depens on what you seek. If you just seek a place to sleep this is a great hotel. Our room was always clean, fresh towells, fresh sheets etc...More
When we checked in I foolishly mentioned that we'd just been to Mexico City. We got to our room and the room safe was locked closed. We called the front desk to report it and they said they would take care of it that evening...More
If you are out and about you don't need a room at the Ritz, this hotel will serve your purpose. We stayed for 5 nights and returned each night to sleep and plan our next day. Rooms were clean but on the small side, the...More
I book a room for 4 people. Two adults and two teenagers.
The hotel is well located and good price compared to other hotel of NYC.
The staff is very kind and works very hard. The breakfast is good.
Only drawbacks: the only lift is...More
US$93 - US$283 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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