This is a little gem of a hotel, situated just off Broadway, directly across the street from the Eugene O'Neill Theatre. The location is superb for theatre and associated nightlife, plus there are several subway stations within a block or two. I stayed here for three nights in April, 2013. Having requested early check-in to my reserved queen room, when I arrived (around 1:30) they informed me that the room was not yet ready, and asked if I would be interested in an upgrade to a deluxe King (just $20 extra a night). This was fine with me, and I couldn't have been happier with the room: seventh floor, overlooking the street and the theatre marquee below. The room was spacious (for NY) and quiet, the bed was comfortable, no complaints. The modern bathroom was stocked with Philosophy toiletries, and included a TV to keep me company while I showered and shaved. The room was very clean, and my request for an extra blanket was granted immediately. A continental breakfast is served every morning on the second floor lobby balcony, which includes cereals, fruits, Danish, croissants, toast, juices and coffee. There's also wine and cheese in the afternoon... or so I'm told; I was never there for that. The property is immaculate, the staff is friendly and professional, and I was never able to beat the doorman in getting to the door first. The adjoining restaurant has a serviceable bar, and dinner was good but not outstanding. The hotel offers a town car service, which I used for my trip back to the airport. After drop off at the terminal, I discovered than I had forgotten my iPad in the car -- a frantic call to the hotel's front desk resolved the situation, and the driver was back at the terminal with my stuff within 10 minutes. I highly recommend this hotel, have admiration for the very impressive staff, and will definitely stay there on my next NYC theatre trip.