Needed to be close to Symphony Space as my friend's son who lives in England was playing there Friday night. Easy for people to meet at hotel because it is close to subway, walk to great dining and walk to Symphony Space.
Traveller from NY,NY
Located on Manhattan's desirable Upper West Side, this hotel occupies a landmark 1904 building 2 blocks from Central Park and …More
A warm welcome from lovely staff, clean rooms, relatively large for NYC, a pretty lobby, good workout facilities (plus, we were told that we could use the JCC nearby for a pool and larger facilities. Good to know). The breakfast was very nice too. The location was terrific, right on a subway line. I was very impressed and will likely stay when we return.
Traveller from Kentucky
This hotel is on Manhattan's Upper West Side, 4 blocks from Central Park, 10 blocks from Lincoln Center, and 2 miles from …More
Room was very comfy, located in proximity to EVERYTHING, food, pharmacy, organic market, nail salon, gym, UPS, Marshalls, etc.! Only issue is that bathrooms are so tiny which is crazy because the rooms are a nice size. You are literally sitting on the toilet touching the door and the tub and the sink 😳. Overall, staff was friendly and helpful and I would recommend for the conveniences. Oh and bring earplugs for the room just in case...walls are thin, and construction will wake you up in the morning. But hey, NEW YORK RIGHT?
Traveller from Atlanta, GA
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
A clean, comfortable hotel in a great location. Pros: Wonderful neighborhood, quick transportation everywhere via the 96th St. subway station with express service, available free on-street overnight parking (not on Broadway but on most other streets), clean modern bathrooms, in-room microwave and mini-fridge. Cons: Small rooms (adequate for sleeping but not much more), no common areas other than a small lobby, plain and dreary hallways, no parking attached to the hotel itself. Summary: A reliable budget lodging choice, good value for the money - would come here again.
Traveller from Boston, MA
This New York City hotel is 2 blocks east of Riverside Park, 3 blocks west of Central Park, and only 1 mile from Columbia …More
Marrackech is a good place to stay for travelers looking for an affordable NYC hotel. There are no elevators so you have to be okay with walking up steep stairways, but the hotel has workers who will help with your luggage. The room and bathroom were clean, the beds were comfortable and the price was right. The staff was friendly.
Traveller from Illinois
This walk-up hotel is located in New York (Upper West Side) on Broadway, near a number of attractions and surrounded by shops …More
Could not have asked for a nicer stay. Clean, comfortable room. Got a suite which was very roomy. One elevator was out of service which necessitated walking outside to go around the building to get to the exercise room but that was very minor. Location was great, right in the heart of the Upper West Side. Many shops and restaurants, and subway stop close by. Highly recommend for a pleasant stay that's not too expensive.
Traveller from Minneapolis
Located in Upper West Side, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Beacon Theater and Lincoln Center for the Performing …More
If you dont plan on having a romantic getaway or staying in the hotel much other than to sleep, it is a good location and you can store luggage after check out if late flight. Rates are reasonable. I recommend view from higher up floors. Small bathrooms. Used to be a dorm. Friendly staff.
Traveller from CA
Located in Upper West Side, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Children's Museum of Manhattan, Central Park, and Lincoln …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.