My company put us up here for about a month. It is used for both corporate housing, as the case for us, and also as a hotel. The rooms are terrific, and we really enjoyed staying here; we wanted to move in: homey, nicely appointed, large windows, and convenient, with a good kitchen, sitting area, etc. The place is not well marked as a 'hotel', so just use the address to find it, and you see "Bridgestreet" on the street level window. It looks more like a doorman condo building from the outside. The doorpersons/people at the front desk are helpful and nice, though I don't think you could rely on them as a 'consierge' service if you are a tourist needing recommendations; that's not their function. The area is quite central and easy to get around. While it is very comfortable, note that there is no gym, no landline, no restaurant or room service. (There are restaurants in the area) They are quick to come up to help if you have an issue relating to anything in the room. Free WiFi, basic TV channels. Ask for a room on a high floor; the views are stunning, either of the Empire State Building, or the Chrysler Building and uptown (I prefer the latter). Recommended.
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