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536 39th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232, United States of America – Show map
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WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Free public parking is available on site (reservation is not possible).
Vending Machine (drinks), Vending Machine (snacks), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Daily Housekeeping, Fax/Photocopying
Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Heating, Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Up to two children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One additional older child or adult is charged USD 15 per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Pets are not allowed.
When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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Score from 378 reviews Good
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Score from 25 reviews Very good
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Score from 447 reviews Good
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It's not worth the price.
the location, the poor breakfast, the noise, the smells
Breakfast adequate the price Nice and clean bathroom Good location, less than 5 minutes to subway station
Staff don't speak english! Small room Dirty blankets broken closet doors just with 2 hangers broken lock on room
I like to location thats all
the towls so dirty, room smells, 2 night for $417 so expensive for a shity hotel like this, can't even connect the wifi signal, so bad, i wont ever go back again
Breakfast and parking space
The shower was big
Lied about free parking had to park on up the street carrying 2 kids and luggage, lied about cable TV and the rooms are the size of a jail cell
Comfort of beds, gentleman front desk in the morning was very nice
Night staff was rude and not helpful at all, i try to ask a question and he keeped cut me off with just i dont know, i dont know. Ac is in your back, you can hardly move in this room
The room is clean and adequate, the shower is quite good
The breakfast is poor (to say the least), there's hardly any storage space.
The location in Brooklyn is well connected to Manhattan, and there is an excellent diner nearby. Compared to other hotels, the price was a real bargain. The bathroom was recently renovated and in good shape. The room was clean.
You get what you pay for: the room was extremely small, the AC was loud, and the bed sheets were worn. There are only three parking spots.
Connection to Manhattan Close to metro Lots of restaurants in neighborhood We're travelling with 1,5 year kid and it was fine also for our kid
I was quite afraid from dusk We had a room to the road and we could heard a noise during night Poor wi-fi signal AC was very noisy
I did like the cleaniness of this place. The staff and General Manager was really nice courteous and the area had very convenient diners, laundry mat, Chinese restaurant, fast food place and the subway station was close enough so I could get into the city. The price of the hotel was really good and the room and bathroom was very clean.
I think the breakfast menue should include eggs, bacons
Two thumbs up for being clean!!! And the room was nice, I had no idea it would've been that small for a king size room but (shrugs shoulders)....okay
The hotel is way too small, there's no room to maneuver or turn around, that includes the location, driveway, and "king" size room
Price in Brooklyn Breakfast included in price
Room slightly bigger than walk-in closet with no desk or functioning wi-fi Bathroom in need of repair Key deposit for me but not other traveller 4 parking slots for the entire hotel - was blocked in for half an hour waiting for other guests to move their car Could hear full conversations from people outside at night on sidewalk Insects flying over breakfast pastries Loud arguments among staff early in the morning
Location Friendly staff House keeping
Breakfast to be improved.. Parking àlso to be improved Internet very slow
Clean, price very good for Brooklyn, staff was courteous and helpful, parking off the street, wi fi worked.
Room was small. Maybe nicer to have a queen-size than king size bed to have a touch more space.
Bathroom was dirty.
honestly I do not like anything about this hotel
I would never stay at this hotel ever again ... if I had to rate this hotel I will Gave it a 00 it suck room are small And it falling apart
Shower was Hot.
Where to begin. Sheets on bed were top sheets only so when you rolled over they came off the mattress. Bath towels were too small. Mold was growing on the ceiling in the bathroom. Whole room smelled of mold. Closet did not even have a back and was not attached to the wall. There appeared to be spots of dried blood on the bathroom door. No handles on the shower doors. When we returned to the hotel after attending a family wake, the parking area was filled with feral cats. If I was not pressed for time to attend a family funeral, you could not have paid me to stay there! Never again. Red Roof really needs to inspect this place from top to bottom!
We came two hours in advance, and the hotel manager allowed us to park the car and check in. The hotel is located close to the subway and highway (the streets are filthy but that is the case everywhere in NYC). The room was cleaned every day.
The personnel can hardly speak English and often misunderstands requests. Apart from that, we wanted to pay in cash for our stay (and we did), but the hotel charged our credit card anyway for the same amount and then returned it - as a result, we lost on exchange rate. The breakfast was scarce, and there was hardly space for dining. The room where we stayed was extremely narrow, there wasn't even a small table.
The hotel is very clean, fresh smelling, the rooms are also clean, smell fresh and are well appointed with nice furniture and clean, crisp bed sheet set. Also liked that Sunset Park is less than a 5-minute walk and allows you free admission to the park's (family friendly, including snack, refreshments, and meal trucks) two large, clean swimming pools throughout the summer. Lastly, it's wonderful you have an endless array of well established, authentic. quality (ethnic) restaurants, shops, and specialty boutiques selling their goods & services at ridiculously affordable prices just within walking distance (around the block on 5th Avenue, which is renowned for its 20+ blocks of affordable shopping in either direction) to the hotel's front steps. The 24/7 Sunset Park Diner situated a 1/2 block down & across the street from the hotel (5th Avenue & 39th Street) serves a variety of courses, including an all-day breakfast menu, to satisfy even the most discerning palates or meal requests. The staff is friendly & courteous: a neighborhood staple with a never-ending flow of regular customers & first-time visitors.
My only complaint is the price. I was charged $189 for a 1-night weekend stay in a relatively small, but pleasant room with a king-size bed & occupancy for two (2) persons. For a hotel in the Sunset Park area of Brooklyn located within a 15-minute (very near/accessible) subway ride into Manhattan the daily rate (near $200) seems comparable to or higher than the price of a similarly sized room in midtown Manhattan that can be reserved at a much lower price, so long as reservations are done well in advance. I believe $99-$130/ daily rate would increase vacancy, especial on weekends. If for the same price you'd rather stay in the middle of it all then you'd be better off finding a cheaper deal by making advance hotel reservations somewhere in or near midtown Manhattan instead.
Was a good place to sleep
There were long black hair >12" on one of the towels and several others on the floor of the room
Breakfast was good. Bathroom was huge and clean. 12 min walk to Roslyn Subway station
The room was very small and it got very uncomfortable for 4 people. 2 queen beds were crammed up in a small room and 1 closet was placed in whatever space left. There was no security in the building. The elevator opened to the main road and anyone can just walk in the elevator and come to your doorstep without the knowledge of hotel staff. Wifi was too slow and stopped working at times too.
Room was dirty. There was writing on the wall a hole through the bathroom door and we got double beds as opposed to singles. The sheets were also soiled. We were supposed to check out at 11 and 10-15 mins prior they were calling to make sure we and five mins prior they actually knocked on the door to make sure we were ready to check out. Pretty rude especially considering how seedy the place was to begin with.
There wasn't any WiFi there was writing all over the place the television used an antenna and the linens didn't fit the bed
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