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Great location to museum mile and subway. Very clean but tired fixtures and decor. WiFi almost Non existent, however there is free WiFi in many close by cafes. Wholefoods and Eli Bakery on close corners. We received upgrade to larger room buy booking directly with...More
For an UES hotel, The Franklin is a bargain. It is in an older building, so honestly the hot hallways (lack of central a/c) may be the only thing that keeps this from being a 5-star review. I absolutely LOVED the old double-door elevator. The...More
Older structure, which was expected. The room had a queen size bed with approximately 2 feet around it for the size of the room itself. Very small but adequate bath. Our room was quiet from adjacent rooms and most outside noise. The breakfast was coffee/juice/yogurt/croissants/muffins...again...More
Carpets are crunchy. Window has immediate brick wall. Bathroom had damaged ceiling and mold. No light on bathroom mirror (sink was right by the bed). Stained fabric headboard on bed. It was a rough night to say the least.
The location is in proximity of several metro stations. The staff were friendly. the room didn't offer any view, we weren't confident the bed is properly clean or the washing chemicals they used made us itch
Combining quiet residential neighbourhoods that have easy access to Central Park with world-famous cultural institutions, the Upper East Side is one of the most livable places in the city. Along beautiful Fifth Avenue, you’ll find Museum Mile, which houses many of the nation's most famous attractions in a single stretch, like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Walk a few blocks into the
neighbourhood, and you’ll come to Park Avenue, the poshest address in the city, lined with grand apartment buildings as far as the eye can see. Even if you can’t afford the luxury goods along Madison Avenue, it’s still a great spot to window shop an afternoon away.