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If you are dissatisfied with your stay this hotel the go outside and catch a cab uptown and pay through the teeth for some sanitised, plush carpeted tourist trap.
Real travellers go to the Big Apple for a New York state of mind.
I saw when the Hotel was first constructed and it was very nice. Since then, it has gone down hill with mold and leaks quite evident and with little maintenance. they require you to submit your driver's license and they make a copy of it...More
Spent there a night with friends while trying to save money. Don't do that. The place is in not so nice neighborhood, quite far on the L line. The train stops right next to it (about the only perk). All place looks old and not...More
close buy. the first time I stayed in this hotel. I liked everything about it .I don't play. special Thanks to tony and housekeeping. a little noise but my stay was great. My breakfast was good.It wasn't much but beagle was fresh and coffee was...More
US$ 202 - US$ 290 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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