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My husband and I went to New York with our daughter and her fiancé. We chose the Franklin because we wanted to be on the Upper East Side and it was reasonable. But we were first put off by the entrance, which was covered in...More
The only reason I booked at this hotel was the location. I needed something near a subway and Mount Sinai. As soon as I walked in I knew I was in trouble. The carpet was threadbare and the entire lobby was worn and dated. Every...More
Tucked away in the upper east side is this hotel
Small, old but it has character with a great staff
The bed was a king and took up most of the room but very cosy and clean
Good nite's rest
Bathroom very clean
I booked at The Franklin during a quick 24 hour stop in NYC recently, mostly because it was the cheapest option in Manhattan for my dates and when I got to the hotel, I could see why. There's construction outside and we almost missed the...More
Very olde worlde New York hotel but room was absolutely tiny, couldn’t unpack. Shower didn’t work, TV didn’t work and rooms absolutely boiling hot although thankfully there was aircon. Staff all very helpful.
$134 - $332 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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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.