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Enjoyed our stay especially as the Waldorf Astoria is closing
Spent a few days at the New Yorker with my 2 daughters. The suite was quiet and spacious enough for the 4 of us with enough storage for the luggage. The sleeper Sofa was actually and unexpectedly very comfortable. The staff was cordial and they put the room back together everyday to make for a nice ...
We got into town early before our room was ready but they valeted our car and stored our bags. We headed out to enjoy the city they phoned us to let us know when our room was ready. Everything was super easy. Staff was attentive and friendly. Hotel room was a tad on the small side but very comfortable ...
The price I paid for a room at The Jane in NYC on Sep 29 thru Oct 4 was fair and within my budget. I arrived on a Friday night and had requested a quiet room earlier in the week. On Friday nights I found out that a club type restaurant off the main lobby in the hotel was playing loud music until ...
This was our second stay in New York and I can honestly say, we could not have picked a more lovely hotel. It is situated in The Upper West Side, opposite a park, 2 minutes from Central Park and 1 minute from The Natural History Museum. From our room which overlooked the park,we could see The Empire ...
Before going we read some bad reviews mainly about the hotel, but our room was clean we actually got there 20 min before check in and were allowed to check in. Obviously you have to keep in mind its an old building so it might not smell like brand new anything but overall we were please with our ...
Today, New York City might be best known for its bright lights and "City That Never Sleeps" mentality, but this modern wonder is also one of the oldest cities in North America. Featuring spectacular historical buildings and landmarks like the Plaza Hotel, the New York Stock Exchange, the Brooklyn Bridge, The Cloisters, the Flatiron Building, and much more, the depth of culture and history within the city is immense.
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