Wonderful, quaint hotel on a quiet street right next to Times Square and Theatre District. My family, husband and our four teenagers had two rooms across the hall from each other - one king and the other had two doubles. Beautifully decorated rooms and beds were very comfy. No complaints at all. Colin the manager offered to switch our room to a two bedroom suite because he thought the restaraunt/bar may have been too noisy our first night there - it wasn't so we didn't switch but it was nice to know that the staff was very aware of making the guest comfortable! The breakfast was very nice and the woman who served us each morning - unfortunately I did not get her name - was a very friendly french woman and chatted with all of us as did Colin to find out what our plans were etc. Colin managed to get us reservations for dinner at Becco across the street at the last minute and it was so much fun on our last night. I highly reccommend this place!! Note : there isn't parking on site - you have to park at a garage about 2 blocks away - kind of a hassle.