DO NOT STAY HERE!!! EVER!!!
Avaliou em 12 de Outubro de 2018
This place is a dump & the absolute worst. It’s a shelter disguised as a hotel. The city passed a law allowing homeless people to stay for the interim until they are found a home. This happens in the most of the hotels in the city but when you are looking at smaller hotels in NYC. Ask if they allow homeless families to stay there. If they do, skip that hotel.
Avaliou em 13 de Setembro de 2017
It is nicely updated since our last visit,but more work is needed to improve the breakfast offering.
Staff was good place was clean and rooms were nice but...
Avaliou em 11 de Setembro de 2017
Staff was good place was clean and rooms were nice but breakfast was horrible nothing to really eat so had to go out for breakfast other than that was a great stay
Avaliou em 10 de Setembro de 2017
Traveled from Boston to see the Sox play the Yankees. Area is rundown but good food and friendly people all around. Heavy spanish speaking. Walking distance to the game. Less than one mile. Front desk personnel were very personable and knowledgeable of the area. I'd give them a 10+
Needs a Deep Cleaning
Avaliou em 7 de Setembro de 2017
When I first arrived, there was nobody behind the desk. After about ten minutes, someone popped up, looked at me for a moment, continued doing what he was doing, and then told me "the system will be down until 4pm, we have someone working on it downstairs now." So I grabbed my bags and father out of the car and we waited on the broken couch in the lobby for another 15 or so minutes. At about 4pm, a woman walked in the front door, saw me sitting there and said "Checking in?" and was immediately able to help us. The broken system, it appeared, was fixed by her presence. Despite me feeling a bit lied to, she was very pleasant and welcoming.
The room itself was pretty rough. The desk chair was heavily stained and odorous. There was an unidentified puddle in front of the toilet. The fan in the bathroom sounded as though it belonged in the engine of a fighter jet. The whole room smelled as though an entire bottle of Walmart Cologne No. 5 had been poured into the AC unit for circulation, hiding what smells I dare not assume. The carpet had transformed into a sampling dish of sorts, and by sorts I mean stains. Black stains, brown stains, etc. We did not feel comfortable walking around without footwear. The view left quite a bit to be desired, showcasing an overcrowded junk yard and the train (I will say, noise from the train was minimal). I was given a wifi code but was continually told there was an issue logging on, so it was not available.
Upon checkout, a new employee was working behind the desk. I'm sorry to say this gentleman was a bit less hospitable, the extent of our conversation not advancing past "Hello, I'd like to check out of room XXX," and "Okay, you're all set." Working in hospitality myself, I've come to expect at least the bare minimum when interacting with hotel personnel. I was not asked about my stay, the room, etc... though perhaps the answers to such questions are rhetorical to those creating the environment they reference.
Upsides were that there was parking available on site and was only about 10 minute Uber ride to Yankee Stadium.