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Our stylish, newly renovated rooms range from singles and doubles with shared and private baths to four deluxe penthouse studios, proving that value does not have to exclude sophistication.
Habitat is located on 57th Street, in the heart of Midtown Manhattan, near shopping, world-class dining, and attractions. Neighbors include the Museum of Modern Art, Rockefeller Center, Central Park, and Bloomingdale’s.
Spanning two floors, Habitat’s new lobby graces the entrance of this hotel and welcomes two fashionable residents. Opia, an independently operated Mediterranean bistro with dramatic interiors and a popular lounge; and the inaugural Reaction Kenneth Cole retail store featuring Reaction’s signature brand of urban, hip clothing and footwear. http://www.habitat-ny.com
Quaint 30 Room Inn Located In The Heart Of Manhattans Exciting Upper West Side. Close To Midtown And Downtown And A Short Walk To Central Park, Lincoln Center, AmericanMuseum Of Natural History, Shopping, Restaurants, NightlifeAnd More. http://www.AmsterdamInn.com/
The Comfort Inn Brooklyn is a tourist class hotel located 14 miles from JFK International Airport. An outstanding and inviting property, this hotel is the best place to call home while traveling on business or pleasure. The great number of amenities, facilities and extras this hotel features makes it an enjoyable place to stay. An overall atmosphere of inviting warmth will delight guests when they check in, for this hotel is well attuned to the individual needs of all its visitors. In addition, area attractions and venues that guests will want to experience are within the vicinity, making it fun to get to know the area.
Bilingual(Chinese & English) staff, 50 rooms, continental breakfast, in room hair dryer, iron & ironing board, coffee maker, radio alarm clock, voice mail, data ports, 27" color TV with HBO, Asian TV, and Korean TV
Attentive Service. Casual Ambience Attractively Priced Accomodation
At Downtown Flushing, Queens, New York City
Close to Manhattan
Walk to shops, retaurants, #7 subway train and public transportation
A lot of entertainment and nightlife
Friendly atmosphere, Safe and Clean
Located in the center of Manhattans most exciting neighborhood. Near Soho, Greenwich Village and much of New Yorks best shopping. The hotel offers its guest all the amenities and services necessary to fulfill the needs of business and pleasure travelers. A great value!
The Harlem Flophouse is a charming brownstone located on a safe, quiet street in New York City. The neighborhood is bordered by three parks. Morningside park to the west, which has an active waterfall. Marcus Garvy park to the east, where hip-hop was created, and Frederick Law Olmstead's famed Central Park to the south. A short ride on the A or D express trains will bring you directly to "mid-town" Manhattan and Times Square. The A will also take you to and from JFK international airport, The Port Authority and Penn Central.
Riverside Inn is a refurbished Euro-Style hotel with old-world charm and is conveniently located in Manhattan's exciting Upper West Side next to Riverside Park and one block from Broadway.
It is near all public transportation as well as the local cafe night life and only 10 minutes from the theater district. It is a safe, comfortable, clean, and lovely 6-story elevator building and has 24-hour reception/security. Major universities are nearby or easily accessible. A no-frills yet attractive setup allows a pleasant and affordable stay in Manhattan.
Please contact us to receive more information, inquire about setting up an appointment to visit, and /or request a housing application to be faxed or emailed to you.
The Hotel Alexander is the perfect place to stay for the budget minded, yet discerning traveler. An ideal destination for tourists, students and international travelers alike. Uncompromising service, a friendly and accommodating staff and attention to detail that will make your stay with us most memorable.
Hotel Alexander is a beautifully restored elegant pre-war building featuring 125 newly renovated air conditioned spacious guestrooms featuring both shared and private bathrooms. The moment you enter our marble clad lobby you will immediately feel all the charm and elegance the Hotel Alexander has to offer.
The Grand Union Hotel is a superior tourist-class hotel located in Manhattan between Madison and Park Avenue, two blocks from the Empire State Building. This hotel is within walking distance to Jacob Javits Convention Center and Madison Square Garden. Upscale shopping on Fifth Avenue is only a few blocks away and restaurants are abundant in the area. The Grand Union's newly remodeled lobby and front desk offers a traditional style of elegance. This family-run hotel, with 96 rooms, is one of the better lodging values in Manhattan, combining low rates with a great location, where hotels normally charge a premium. The immediate neighborhood is one of the most exclusive in midtown Manhattan
One evening many years ago two brothers on business in the Big Apple missed their train ride home. Being from out of town, getting late into the evening, and not knowing the landscape, they cooled off in a pub and thumbed through the yellow pages in search of a hotel room. Each call was hopeless — either fully booked or well beyond the means of two budget-minded travelers. By 2 am and down to their last nickel, they finally located a hotel room in an obscure and noisy part of town.
A friendly, intimate, New York City bed & breakfast hotel with a personality all its own, the Roger Smith is snuggled amongst the skyscrapers of midtown Manhattan, at the center of New York shopping, theatre, and museums. Our rooms and suites feature all the comforts you can expect in a full service hotel, from refrigerators to voicemail and other guest services.
92nd Street Y is about people—the people of New York City and the surrounding area, the United States and the world. It's about people who entertain and challenge, inform and educate. It's about people who learn and discover, observe and participate.