Stayed in 1024 the night before my daughters surgery at Sloan. The room was a corner suite and included a queen bed with kitchen. I Liked the windows on two sides. While it was a little noisey at night the AC cut most of the noise. Nothing will cut the sound of sirens but hey, you are near some major hospitals. I didn't do any cooking but will note there are limited pots,pans,etc. However, there are many restaurants,delis,etc. in the area. Breakfast with bacon,eggs, toast,potatoes and, coffee included, for $4.50!! Amazing! My dght/SIL stayed in 1204. The beds in this room are double rather than queen. I stayed here with SIL after dght was admitted. Again, the kitchen has limited pots,pans. We didn't plan on cooking, just sharing this info. There was one pot,one fry pan and one large bowl. Both rooms had a coffee pot with tea and coffee provided. Both rooms were very clean except for the carpeting in 1024 which was very stained. Don't forget your slippers!! The 12th floor is the remodeled floor and the carpeting was OK. Again, utensils were limited. Rooms freshened daily with shampoo,etc. The tile in 1204 shower could use some help with the grout. It was worth the $275/night to be a block from Sloan. The neighborhood seems very safe and I would be comfortable walking back to the Helmsley alone at night, yes, I am a senior. The convenience is worth the cost for a short term stay. Also, is within walking distance of the subway....about 5 blocks. Any minor complaints I had are offset by the convenience to the hospital.
- Also Known As:
- New York Presbyterian Guest Facility Hotel New York City