Beautiful location , close to Central Park and great restaurants . Hotel staff were very helpful and friendly . Room was clean and spacious . Linens were very clean . We stayed at a suit with living room and a small kitchen area with microwave and small fridge and that was very helpful.
I will stay in this hotel again for sure .
Traveller from melville, NY
The budget-friendly Salisbury Hotel hotel offers a prime Midtown location just 2 blocks from Central Park and within walking …More
"Nice hotel with a great view on the Freedom Tower."
The staff at the desk was very helpful and nice.
The only downside is that when we asked for 3 Keurig pods and cream for the coffee machine on the room at the front desk, the person bringing them only brought two pods without cream/sugar.
We stayed and paid for 3 people in the room :(
Matress and pillows are due for replacement though.
Traveller from Ottawa, ON
Located close to the World Trade Center site with views of the Freedom Tower and Hudson River, this New York City hotel is in …More
Really trendy and quirky hotel! Great location with a fantastic dim sum restaurant right next door (redfarm). Walking distance of 2 subway stations and the natural history museum. Lovely bar in the lobby and attentive staff! Room size was perfect with too notch furniture and facilities. Very comfy bed! Only slight complaint is the lifts are very slow but that's literally it! Would definitely stay again!
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
I was very happy with my experience at this hotel. Staff were always super helpful and polite. It was all very clean and our room was very comfortable. Not a big space, but definitely adequate. And super close (2 blocks away) from the 9/11 Memorial. No grocery stores nearby, but some good local eateries.
Located near the Financial District, this club-like hotel is adjacent to the World Trade Center site and the 9/11 Memorial …More
This small island feels more suburban than the rest of New York City’s boroughs. Getting to Staten Island is easy – just take the free ferry from Lower Manhattan for this 25-minute crossing. Top sights include the Jacques Marchais Museum of Tibetan Art, Historic Richmond Town (a Colonial Williamsburg-like living history museum), Snug Harbor Cultural Center, and the Staten Island Zoo.