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I have been in hotels all over the world and the Hotel Pennsylvania may be the worst hotel in the civilized world.
Start with check-in, you will be in line for 45 min to an hour. They had 1 person checking people in at 5:30...More
I recently stayed at the hotel (if you can call it that!) as part of a group of 40 students from the UK. I had read some negative reviews on Tripadvisor beforehand so was apprehensive but decided to go with an open mind. Unfortunately all...More
This hotel is not recommended because there are always ..even at 1 am ! queues at the front desk
Then when you reach the operator, they don’t tell you the truth. They tried to say I had 2 bookings and had to change rooms after...More
When we arrived we had to queue for an hour at reception to book in and then they charged an additional £35 a night for 'services'
The room was terrible - ripped curtains, dirty carpet, badly painted bath, mould on the bathroom walls etc etc....More
This hotel is located right in the heart of Manhattan. However, the feeling of the place is like a Youth Hostel. We had a reservation for 4 nights. The first room we were given had not been renovated, or even painted, for years. They did...More
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I stayed with a group and we requested and paid to stay in the Penn 5000 rooms. We had 5 rooms and all were clean and updated, had fridge also. We stayed on the 11th floor it wasn’t sound proof I could hear the person... More
I stayed with a group and we requested and paid to stay in the Penn 5000 rooms. We had 5 rooms and all were clean and updated, had fridge also. We stayed on the 11th floor it wasn’t sound proof I could hear the person singing in the shower but overall quiet. As for safety I walked alone to McDonalds every morning. Just use caution. There are a lot of people in the lobby checking in this is a huge hotel.I felt safe when I was there. But if this is your first time in the city use caution go out in groups.