Stayed three nights. Clean place, polite staff, fast elevator, loved two free bottles of water for first night. Would have appreciated more than one bar of soap, and they did not have access to toothpaste, which I’d forgotten.
I’m not a big traveler, so I was surprised to have to keep the room key in a wall slot in order to keep electricity on. Maybe that’s a common feature—I’d never seen it before.
Clean bathroom, bed was nice, but stains on spread gave bad impression (didn't feel dirty, just off-putting). Handy refrigerator for all the goodies in the neighborhood.
Eleventh floor King room, very quiet all night, though tried to take a nap on Friday afternoon btween 1 and 3 pm and there was a CONSTANT stream of slamming and banging doors—don’t know if it was other guests or housekeeping.
During daylight hours, neighborhood feels safe, bustling, like every other street in Chinatown. After dark, nearest buildings are shut and dark, which can make a single woman feel a bit uneasy walking in and out.
Several block walk to subway and bus, which, as I said, is not an issue during the day. My personal choice was to Lyft at night door-to-door.More
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