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I recently stayed here for a week while the wife was having surgery around the corner (couldn't stay with her).
I chose this hotel based on two factors. Walking distance to the hospital, and old world charm. There are several modern hotels in the area,...More
We stayed here several years and decided to come back because it was so charming and also close to were my husband was having surgery.
Joshua greeted us and was so warm and congenial. He remembered the surgery and gave us room on the first...More
I picked the Inn primarily for its location but the photos in the website suggested that it was also an attractive, comfortable vintage residence. If one overlooked the dusty moldings and louvered blinds or the shabby furniture, one could approximate the charm and elegance of...More
As others have commented, if you want the charm of a quaint, old fashion inn then this is your place. My son and I stayed in the suite with the king bed for one night. Plenty of room and quiet. While we had no problem...More
I loved the inn at irving which was our chosen location for my husbands 40th birthday. It was a charming mix of quaintly decorated rooms (we stayed in Edith Wharton room) with an abundance of space and a lovely big bed , living space and...More
Parking in New York is an art and a science. Out of towners are best advised to use parking garages. There are several in the neighborhood, but they are not cheap. Otherwise, assuming you can even FIND a spot on a street in... More
Parking in New York is an art and a science. Out of towners are best advised to use parking garages. There are several in the neighborhood, but they are not cheap. Otherwise, assuming you can even FIND a spot on a street in the neighborhood, you will have to move your car every weekday morning, competing with residents who know the drill.
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"Some of the rooms are upstairs. They are steep and many. The suite downstairs is nice."