We chose this hotel mainly due to its proximity to New York Presbyterian hospital (across the street).
Our “junior suite” was about the size of a standard hotel room (outside of the city) and included a king bed and fold out couch, a small kitchen and single bathroom. There was also free wifi. The kitchen included some basics for cooking and would have been helpful for someone who was staying there for any length of time. The hotel itself almost felt a bit more like a dorm.
We were surprised by how quiet our room was especially considering we had the window open all night.
There isn’t a restaurant in the hotel but there are a few within close walking distance and also a small convenience store/deli just down the block.
The people at the front desk were very helpful in recommending places to eat in the area. They were also able to hold our luggage on the day we checked out so we didn’t have to carry it around the hospital.More