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Good location. Easy access to subway. Within walking distance of Times Square, Central Park NBC towers and others. No frills hotel but ok for the price. Rolls and coffee, tea only for breakfast at pizza place next door.
Stayed here for 5 nights while visiting Newyork hotels in great location but thats all good about it. Room was ether freezing or roasting no inbetween. It took 30 minutes for the water to get warm and warm is all it was. Reception wouldnt call...More
Our first room was very small and faced 58th Street which was extremely noisy at night. We were offered a quieter room which was even tinier, but very quiet. The window air conditioner was poorly sealed around and an icy blast came in; when stuffed...More
We went to New York and we need a solution that allowed to spend not much money.
This was the only 3 stars with a private bathroom.
Where we arrived we saw the room very little without a minimum confort.
The bathroom very little but...More
Park Savoy Hotel New York City is a nice hotel at a great location - close to Central Park. Free Wifi, your own bathroom. We came "home" just to sleep. The room is small but it is enough to have a rest!
Do not expect...More
US$141 - US$253 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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