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101 Bowery, Lower East Side, New York City, NY 10002 – Show map
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|Single Room with Shared Bathroom|
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No parking available.
24-Hour Front Desk
Safe, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 2:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Any additional children or adults are charged USD 15 per person per night when using existing beds.
Free! One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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This Manhattan hotel is across the street from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station. The hotel offers a gym and a tour desk with ticket services.
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With a fabulous location in Midtown Manhattan, this New York hostel features free Wi-Fi and 24-hour security. United Nations Plaza is just over a quarter mile away.
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In the chic Manhattan neighborhood of Chelsea, this hostel is one mile from High Line Park and features free Wi-Fi in the lobby. Various art galleries are within a 5 minute walk.
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Located 165 ft from Central Park, this hostel is on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, just a 5-minute walk from Columbus Circle. Wi-Fi access is provided free of charge to guests.
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The ubication was Very good
All inside the hotel. They should change the name to worst hotel
The wall in the room are very thin.virtually you could not sleep. The first night is a disaster. I just arrived from hk from exhausting 18 non stop flight as well jet lag and the side room was like screaming. Shouting and partying. You could not believe the experience... No elevator and table to put your thing.. Am going to talk to my insurance company tomorrow. There are also cockroaches in the night.i guess this place is not appropriate...
The location that's about it.
The bed bugs and bites I got
There were bedbugs in my room! I was covered by theis bites and it ruined the entire vacation! Never stay in this place.
No lift and only free rooms on the 5th floor. Far from clean. Tiniest room possible.
dirty walls, bed sheets and towels. Unhelpful staff, smell of cannibis, extremely unclean location. very small, cramped rooms.
Location is great. The price tag for a private room with two beds and it's own bathroom, I don't think you could find it anywhere else. Despite it's looks, everything smelled clean.
No elevator, no housekeeping, less facilities than a motel, we could hear one of the rooms next to us and sounds from the hallway, the room was small and it looked dingy but all these things were worth the location and the price tag to be in Manhattan.
Having our own bathroom and toilet was a surprise as we thought we would have to share a toilet.
TV connection was so bad it was hard to listen too. Although shampoo was provided soap was not. Some of the sheets had dried blood on. Other guests were not encouraged to be quieter late at night.
dirty bathroom, small rooms (just bed and thats it), bad smell
The fact that as we walked in to check in, there was a person with a lot of red bumps all over his body complaining to the front desk that he went to the doctor to check the red bumps and he was told they were bed bug bites.
Every thing. One of the worst experiences I have ever had. They have cabins not rooms, toilets don't work, no workers to help with the luggage, especially there is no lift. I had to carry my heavy bag to the fifth floor using the stairs. Staff are unfriendly. don't go to this bad hotel.
Wi- fi was very fast, location -good
Towel was dirty, bathroom also... 5 floors and no eleation.. if you have heavy luggage, hotel staff will not help you... hotel staff were rude... room was very ...very small - only bed and bedside cabinet - no space for luggage and bed bugs...
An interesting hotel, pleasant staff and good value for money, even though the room was very small (the smallest in the hotel).
Dirty place, dirty neighbourhood, the restrooms are disgusting. Insects in the room, bedbugs in the matress. Tiny room, doesnt fit you and your luggage at the same time standing up. And they just dont care. Even though its the cheapest, its totally not worth to stay.
for the location, as well as the basic necessities, you can't beat the price. Front desk staff was helpful. This is more like a hostel experience than a hotel, however.
some parts of the hotel smell horrible (maybe it is some of the less temporary tenants that smell awful, idk) The walls are thin, so bring earplugs if you aren't a light sleeper. Hand sanitizer is also recommended. I wish they would clean the shared bathrooms more thoroughly and regularly.
It was an interesting place to stay, and well ventilated, and not bad value for Manhattan. I was also able to use their computer.
I was on the fourth floor and found the stairs frightening. Perhaps if I were younger they wouldn't have bothered me.
very inexpensive. room was small but comfortable and air-conditioned.
insufficient number of bathrooms; bathrooms very dirty; bathrooms had very high volume of use but appeared to be cleaned only once a week; one bathroom toilet overflowed on several occasions. Rooms are not sufficiently sound-proof. Loud talking, foot traffic in hallway, and snoring woke me up on several occasions, even with earplugs. No elevator.
The bed is small and d shared bath needs to be clean always
wifi and good location
gave us a room with 1 bed although order a twin. Rooms dirty and not ckeaned it all. Furniture dates back to the fifties.
Location : In the center of Chinatown/Little Italy walking 2 minutes distance from metro, restaurants and street markets. Price is Ok
Room was dirty, with hair in the bed, and bed linens burnt with cigarette. No elevator, is a pain if your room is in the fifth floor.
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