I stayed here with a friend. We were on a budget and opted for the most inexpensive room that would accommodate us. We got the 2 twin beds deluxe room. All we had for a view was some near by buildings, but the trade off was that it was really quiet with no street noise! The bedroom and the bathroom were small, (no surprise in a vintage, NYC hotel), but they were clean and the bedding was very comfortable. The only drawback was the air conditioner was a window unit and it was a bit loud. The free continental breakfast was what I would call "continental PLUS". There were, pastries, bagels, cereal, yogurt, cheeses, juice and, of course, coffee. We also had the afternoon tea, which was served in the hotel lounge. It was great. The staff was helpful and did their best to answer any questions we had. We were not allowed an early check in, but they stored our luggage until the room was ready. The hotel itself has a lot of great mosaic tile artwork and was also spotless. The only drawback was that the lobby rest rooms were out of order the days we were there. We had to use the adjoining restaurant's while we waited for our room. There are a couple of subway stops close by and lots of places in Greenwich Village to find food, if you do not want to eat in the Hotel's restaurant. Overall, it was a great stay and I plan to come back someday. I admit I also liked the "cachet" of staying in the same place that Hemingway and Bob Dylan once stayed!
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