This hotel is wonderful! I have stayed here several times and I am never disappointed. The location is great and I love the park view rooms. Beds are comfortable and bathroom is roomy. The hotel staff is always very friendly and helpful.
Across the street from Central Park, this New York hotel is 2 blocks from Fifth Avenue shopping, less than 3 blocks from …More
If you are looking for a clean, relatively inexpensive room that you will spend little time in other than to sleep, this is the perfect place. Yes it is at the very southern end of Harlem, but that shouldn't make a difference. It's 1 block north of the park and I felt completely
Comfortable walking around the neighborhood. I was in room 11 which is closest to the front door on the first floor. Noise was not a problem. I had no problem sleeping. My room was quite large but I have no doubt some are quite small. I just got lucky, I guess but would still go back even if the room was tiny. Bi just needed a clean, relatively quiet and safe place to stay. No more, no less. This isn't a hotel or a B&B. They rent guest rooms. While the trim was a perfect fit for my needs and budget, I was disappointed to learn they discount unused providing breakfast. The staff is very friendly, but there isn't anyone on duty late at night at the entrance. Probably a cost saving measure. I mention this because it used to have someone 24x7. The entrance requires a passcode and I was fine knot the least bit uncomfortable. I will definitely go back.
Traveller from H
Situated in the historical district, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Conservatory Garden, Apollo Theater, and Columbia …More
It was so nice to stay in an elegant, traditional home after staying in so many more stark, contemporary ones. It is wonderful to see old world amenities with such refinement. Our stay far exceeded our expectations. It was quiet, peaceful and full of charm. I would definitely stay here again and again.
Host to world leaders and entertainment luminaries, this Upper East Side landmark presides over fashionable Madison Avenue, 1 …More
As check-in was delayed we were provided with complimentary drinks which were much appreciated. Concierge staff were extremely helpful. Room was very comfortable and immaculately clean. To pay for wifi in this day and age was a little frustrating but overall our stay was thoroughly enjoyable.
Ideally situated where Manhattan's Fifth Avenue meets Central Park, this celebrated New York hotel re-opened in Spring 2008 …More
It was a good hotel--comfortable, clean, simple and elegant--at a great rate, but my small room didn't include a desk or even a chair. And for some reason, my AT&T coverage in the room was non-existent over the four days I stayed there. Frustrating, because the hotel was otherwise a good find.
Located in Hell's Kitchen, this luxury hotel is steps from Time Warner Center and Columbus Circle. Carnegie Hall and Times …More
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Although I arrived at the hotel after 3PM, my room was not yet available. No one likes that. In fact there were other guests in the same boat. But, I only had to wait 15 minutes and o make up for it, the hotel bumped me to a better room type which was great. I had to do room service only and it was really really good!
Traveller from Boston, MA
This 16-story hotel is in Manhattan's Upper East Side, close to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Whitney Museum, and …More
Buildings crane above one another to claim views of Central Park, a piece of real estate valued at more than $528 billion. Surprises abound in its 843 acres. The grounds include a castle, a zoo, several lakes, and an Egyptian obelisk. A city that never sleeps needs its quiet time, too: Central Park has six designated “quiet zones,” including Strawberry Fields, the monument to John Lennon.