There are plenty of reviews on this facility, so let me merely update some comments with my experience.
1. The internet was slow during peak times (morning and early evening) but never collapsed. Otherwise it's OK.
2. Same with the elevator. It's slow but not painfully slow.
3. When I checked out, it took just about 40 minutes from the time I left my room, checked out, caught the subway train, exited it in Grand Central subway stop and took the elevator with my luggage and escalator up to the transit room (with the clocks) in Grand Central Terminal.
4. The wait for #7 trains is nearly always less than 10 minutes, and much less during rush hours.
5. The 52nd St. stop on the #7 line is elevated with no disabled access. That means one has to lug one's luggage up and down stairs that are maybe 40 feet high in total.
6. I checked for b-bugs by lifting the mattress as always. While there were no discernable insects, it wasn't as clean as it should have been between the bed's frame and the wall.
7. There was no listing of television channels, and it's a low definition signal on a high definition screen.
8, The breakfast was spartan, and sitting space can be in short supply for short periods, but it's serviceable albeit far from fancy. The bagels were really good..
In short, it's a decent alternative when Manhattan prices are intolerable.
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