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Just don't. It's awful- one of the worst hotels I've ever stayed in- perhaps the worst. My mother and I stayed here on a brief visit as part of a group. The hotel feels dismal and almost like an asylum. The room doors are heavy...More
Smells bad. Filthy. No A/C. Ceiling paint falling to the floor. Sink, toilet and tub leaking...shower wouldn't turn off.
Great location. Lower priced than many.
If you don't mind the filthy walls, doors and bathrooms.
Sheila, at the reception desk, was funny and helpful during...More
Very historic building with large hallways and rooms but way over priced. We paid for one of their "newly upgraded" rooms which meant it had a mini fridge and a flat screen TV (20"). Old carpet and a bathroom with a tub that had been...More
Hotel was at walking distance from Penn station, Empire state building, times square. It was very convenient to commute to all major places of the NYcity. Hotels beds were also comfortable & clean. major plus is its location
This is undoubtedly the dirtiest. Nastiest , most disgusting hotel
I have ever been in in my long life! Do NOT go by any pictures or comments. We were moved three times and the final room
Smelled disgusting but at least the window would crack...More
$119 - $259 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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