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Hotel is really old.Doesn't look like in pictures at all.Staff was really rude when we arrived to the hotel.Room is really small and old,even television was not working.Was impossible to sleep because of noisy air conditioning.Room was dirty during 2 nights stay,they did not even...More
For the past four or years, we've had to make a business trip to the Upper East Side each Spring. Before our first visit, we searched and searched for a decent hotel at a reasonable price and found the Franklin. We've been back every year...More
Cost $300 per night the rooms are extremely small even for New York City. The sink was in the room and the bath was a toilet and shower.
The lobby area is in the process of being remodeled but why pay that kind of money...More
My wife and I stayed here for a quick Christmas trip to New York. The location is perfect. We loved the nearby access to the 82nd street train station, which put us everywhere in Manhattan relatively quickly. You can also walk to most attractions from...More
I stayed here for my son's college graduation as it was near his apartment. Although NY hotel rooms are small, this has to be the worst hotel I stayed in ever. First, the rooms are small and shabby. Second, the elevator is slow and scary....More
$167 - $418 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#224 Family Hotel in New York City
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Combining quiet residential neighborhoods that have easy access to Central Park with world-famous cultural institutions, the Upper East Side is one of the most livable places in the city. Along beautiful Fifth Avenue, you’ll find Museum Mile, which houses many of the nation's most famous attractions in a single stretch, like The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Walk a few blocks into the
neighborhood, and you’ll come to Park Avenue, the poshest address in the city, lined with grand apartment buildings as far as the eye can see. Even if you can’t afford the luxury goods along Madison Avenue, it’s still a great spot to window shop an afternoon away.