I chose the Salisbury as part of a flight/hotel/transfers package. My choice was influenced most by the price and location--within easy walking distance of Times Square, MoMA, Central Park, LincolnCenter, etc. The hotel is mid-century or earlier and has not seen much renovation, but it is in good repair and very clean. My room was a spacious suite on the back side of the hotel. WiFi is available, but not free. (though Starbucks is around the corner) Heat is steam via radiators, so there is little control of the temperature. I found it to be quiet, simple, and comfortable. I am likely to go there again.
Traveller from Ohio
The budget-friendly Salisbury Hotel hotel offers a prime Midtown location just 2 blocks from Central Park and within walking …More
My overall experience at The Opera House Hotel was great! The front desk staff members were so friendly and accommodating in every way. They have a few parking spaces in the back that are first come, first serve..so if you get the chance, snag one of those since it's complementary. We ended up parking outside and it worked out just fine since it was night time when we arrived and checked in but it seems to be harder to find parking during the day time business hours. The room was beautiful! The ceilings were high and everything was so clean and pristine. The bathtub was spotless, the bathroom overall was so clean and well maintained. You were given ample towels and toiletries. This place really had everything you could want or need while staying at a hotel. I will definitely be staying the next time I head out to the BX.
Traveller from Bronx,NY
Located in West Bronx, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Yankee Stadium, Bronx Zoo, and Apollo Theater. New York …More
Decent price for stay at Queens. Narrow corridors and rooms. Breakfast bakery treats are awesome if you have a chance to hit the fresh load. The rest of the week you will get baguette leftovers. Nice coffee machine.
Located on Queens' main thoroughfare, this smoke-free La Quinta is less than 4 blocks from the nearest subway station and is …More
Some bemoan that the Upper West Side has become a version of the Upper East Side. Case in point: Columbus Circle’s Time Warner Center, one of New York’s priciest real estate. The Upper West Side includes the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, the American Museum of Natural History, and Columbia University. Harlem, the legendary African American neighborhood, lies north and caps Manhattan.