The hotel is minimalist in a good way. The rooms are small but still have everything you need. It is very clean, new, and is quieter than I would have thought for Midtown Manhattan. Walking distance to subways, shopping, restaurants, cafes, Bryant Park/Library, UN building, Grand Central Station, Empire State Building, and for an avid walker even Central Park, Madison Square Garden, Times Square.
Grand Central Station is a 6-minute walk from Pod 39, and guests can reach the shops of Bryant Park in 12 minutes. Times …More
We stayed at NYLO for a combination of work and fun. The vibe there was conducive to both. Great lobby area with bar, nice clean modern rooms. Small rooms, but that's to be expected in NY. I would definitely recommend this place and would stay here again in a minute (and I'm a pretty tough customer)!
Traveller from Connecticut
NYLO New York City Formerly On the Ave hotel offers skyline views from a top-floor balcony, this New York hotel in the Upper …More
The location is amazing. Not too far from downtown, and walking to distance to tons of shopping and restaurants. The staff was not very friendly, and not accommodating. I would recommend Public to a friend, because of the amazing rooftop bar.
Located in Bowery, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of New Museum and New York University. New York Stock Exchange and …More
One of the nicest and largest rooms we have stayed in in NYC. Very clean and comfortable. Staff friendly and responsive. A bit of confusion as to how and where we could use Expedia breakfast coupons --I suspect fairly new operation. But I certainly intend to return.
Located in Central New York City, this hotel is steps from Empire State Building and Herald Square. Macy's and Bryant Park …More
Comfortable and clean hotel, excellent location for transport, near Central Park, shops and places to eat around the corner. Room was small but very clean. Could hear noise from corridor but not other rooms. Would stay again.
Stylish and family-friendly, Hotel Belleclaire is located in Manhattan's Upper West Side neighborhood, two blocks from the …More
Shopping is Paramus' claim to fame, raking in more than $5 billion in yearly retail sales, more than any other place in the nation. This is remarkable, considering that Paramus still has blue laws on the books, which prohibit stores selling non-food items to be open on Sundays. Paramus is home to five major indoor shopping centers.