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Perfect located in New York. Clean room but that is. There was a leaking crane in bathroom that makes a lot of noice during the night. No balcony in the room, no bar or shop at the reception.
I think it's better to spend a...More
We booked two rooms for a week in this hotel and were very disappointed. The good reviews had let us to believe that we would stay in a nice historic hotel in a great neighborhood.
But when we arrived it turned out, there weren't rooms...More
Took international visitors who requested a room with view. Looked up reviews which said they had room with balcony and views. It is a HOSTEL not a hotel and a poor hostel at that. Same as other reviews: disinterested/uninformed staff, long waits to check in,...More
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On arrival I approached a young Eastern European female who was staffing reception. I was informed that I could not check in until 1500 hours and to return after that time. I was not even offered to check in...More
Nice authentically looking hotel in the lower east side. Spacious rooms, clean with confortable beds. The only strange thing was that the control dock of the A/C was locked and we had to call housekeeping everytime we wanted to adjust the temperature in the room!...More
Straddling the bridge between New York’s thriving immigrant past and its modern transformation into a beacon of global art and culture, the Lower East Side is one of the most dynamic neighborhoods in the city. The blocks of tenements that represented the promise and blight of the Lower East Side immigrant experience now command top dollar for new residents. Right next to old-world delis, 24-hour bodegas, and the garment
shops of Orchard Street, you’ll find hip clubs, fashionable bistros, and luxury hotels beckoning at all hours of the evening. If you love nightlife and live music, it’s hard to beat the scene here.