Near the Empire State Building, East River and Chrysler Building. The area gets quiet after rush hour, which makes for a restful sleep.
The 241 suites (no simple rooms here) are expansive, starting at 400 square feet. Beds have tan leather headboards, green pillows and orange throws. Beds have been custom-made for the hotel and guests can choose from a list of several pillows to make their sleep special. Suites have full-service kitchens, making it an ideal location for families on a budget. Bathrooms have Damana bath products. A VIP Fitness Suite, with its private exercise studio and steam room, caters to the guest who sticks to his or her exercise regimen, even on vacation.
The marble lobby has brown couches and chairs and windows that look out onto the street. It's a great place to relax and watch the people stroll by.
Eating and drinking
Even though the accommodation is self-catering, the hotel does have its own restaurant: the Barking Dog serves American comfort food, making it a perfect retreat for the entire family.
Located on the second floor, Oasis Day Spa is one of the most popular spas in the entire city, so book your appointment before your arrival. The fitness center is open until 9pm or 10pm depending on the day of the week.
Like other Affinia hotels, the service is effusive. Families are treated with extra care.
Who stays there
Families with small children, business travelers and fitness-minded singles.
A studio suite is not much smaller than the pricier one-bedroom suite so opt for the former if you're on a budget.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Room Service
- Business travellers
- Families with younger children
- Sporty types
Pros & Cons
- Spacious rooms
- Too many kids running around