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All reviewsunion squaregramercy parkedith whartonbrown stonegreeted with champagnegramercy areafuture visits to nycuncomfortable beda small boutique hotelno elevatorgreat locationnew yorkcontinental breakfaststay there againcouple blocksroom was largeeast village
This is a quiet, seemingly unknown, unusual Inn. Immediately the staff made me feel relaxed and right at home. The room decor was fabulous and mix matched, adding to the intimate feel of the house. This is a traditional bed and breakfast with all the...More
We had booked a junior suite with a king bed but when we arrived we were told our room had a queen bed. The woman who checked us in was very rude and had no excuse or apology for the wrong room. We were only...More
It seemed appropriate on Election night to stay in a hotel that showed a bit of America's history and traditions. This is obviously not a huge flashy modern hotel, no pretenses - what you see is what you get, an older brown stone with few...More
The hotel seems like a set from a Wes Anderson film: quirky! We stayed in a front room, Edith Wharton, that was large and charmingly furnished. However, the noise from the street was loud. The windows did not have triple pane glass; in fact, it...More
It can be a bit difficult to find as there isn't a sign for the hotel, but once you step inside this renovated 150+ year old brownstone you feel like you are in a different place & time. The staff was extremely welcoming. All the...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."