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Good location clean helpful front desk large common area downtown close to subway .Only one fridge for customers food in kitchen need to have 2 more fridges and a upright freezer
Older building small elevators Will use again stay one day midweek Caters to people...More
I pretty much agree with the majority sentiment. This is really a budget hotel/hostel. Thankfully clean, but very basic. I had a good price ($30/night for shared room and bath), and that was just about as much as I would pay for it. Reminder to...More
I've stayed at this hotel several times and have had good experiences each time. The hotel, rooms and bathrooms are all clean. The Queen beds are comfy and the rooms are a decent size. However, the twin bed rooms vary. The beds are not super...More
We went during 5 days and it was a disaster! The room was clean but the bathroom was a mess, strange man in the hallway, the hallway had a bad odor and 8 policeman came during our stay! Just for sleep!!
Not a value for your money. Avoid this Hotel
Don't waste your time & money.The hotel lobby and the room have had terrible mold odor. Instead of 1 night we spent only 5 h and run away. Dirty, stinky room, broken furniture, 1 lamp on...More
Nestled between Central Park and the Hudson River, the Upper West Side offers iconic architecture and a quiet, residential respite from the buzzing energy of downtown. Along Central Park West are many of the city’s most iconic apartment buildings, as well as the American Museum of Natural History, which has been welcoming visitors to its historic exhibit halls for over 140 years. Culture fans will love Lincoln Center,
home to some of the world’s best opera, dance, film, and theater performances, all centrally located around a beautiful fountain. Spanning the entire length of the Upper West Side, Riverside Park is ideal for a long, leisurely stroll in a quiet green space.
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In addition, once you get to Grand Central, if you are planning to use the subway to get around the city, buy a week long pass at a kiosk or booth. They are $30-$35 and will give you unlimited rides on the subways or... More
In addition, once you get to Grand Central, if you are planning to use the subway to get around the city, buy a week long pass at a kiosk or booth. They are $30-$35 and will give you unlimited rides on the subways or busses. When you take the Red Line uptown, any train (number 1, 2 or 3) will stop at 96th street. If you want to get a little closer to the hotel take the number 1 train which will stop at 103rd, putting you just two blocks from BH&H. Have fun!