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Graciously appointed property. Room and bath very clean and comfortable. Staff friendly and helpful to a person. There for the Equus Film Festival. Great to come home to peace and comfort after being steeped in NYC bustle. Good location. Easy access to subway. Stairs are...More
The staff were really friendly and helpful. We were blown away by how everything there is so beautiful. The gorgeous flower arrangements and sumptuousness of all the furniture and interiors. Location is great. We went to a good little japanese restaurant Yama diagonally opposite a...More
We Brits from the UK went there in September 2015. We just happened to pick the week when all the world leaders and the Pope were in town but unfortunately we didn't have time to meet them. Instead we stayed at this wonderful Inn for...More
My wife and I frequently visit NYC to see our children, two who live near Union Sq. We are delighted to have found this 10 room boutique hotel. Our room was large with high ceilings ("queen suite") and big windows with some charm. We far...More
A step back in time to an elegant brown stone with beautiful antiques and wonderful ambiance. You get champagne and strawberries when you get to your room...there is 1940's big band music playing on the tv and all becomes right with then world. There is...More
Parking in New York is an art and a science. Out of towners are best advised to use parking garages. There are several in the neighborhood, but they are not cheap. Otherwise, assuming you can even FIND a spot on a street in... More
Parking in New York is an art and a science. Out of towners are best advised to use parking garages. There are several in the neighborhood, but they are not cheap. Otherwise, assuming you can even FIND a spot on a street in the neighborhood, you will have to move your car every weekday morning, competing with residents who know the drill.
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"Some of the rooms are upstairs. They are steep and many. The suite downstairs is nice."