Just a few blocks away from Grand Central Terminal, the Chrysler Building and the United Nations building.
Each of the 130 rooms and suites are uniquely appointed, giving off the feeling that you're staying in a friend's home rather than a hotel. The design aesthetic is country chic, with iron beds or four-posters dominating the space. The smallest rooms have queen beds with white quilts, writing desks and small refrigerators. Higher room categories also have small living areas, sleeper sofas and kitchenettes with microwaves.
The lobby is fairly standard. It's modern with a bit of flair but not too much. The hotel also has a variety of meeting spaces available from small to expansive.
Eating and drinking
Lily's restaurant offers a colorful array of artwork and American cuisine crafted in a non-traditional way. Order a martini at the bar while you wait for your table.
The hotel doesn't have a spa or fitness center.
Service is spotty. Sometimes it's extremely friendly, at other times it can be brisk, with a slight attitude. I think it depends on who's working behind the desk.
Who stays there
Families on a budget.
The standard rooms are a good bet for singles and couples. Suites aren't too pricey so opt for one if you're a family of four rather than two separate standard rooms.
- Business Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Pets Allowed
- Room Service
- Backpackers / Students
- Families with younger children
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Family friendly
- Location is boring
- Lack of amenities