Rooms are small, but nice.
Broadway is just 3 minutes a way.
Internet was like in Norther Europe - fwoopp and you are there! Extremely fast!
The hotel's staff was nice.
The hotel is located in restaurant district. You can get all kind of cuisine - Japanese, Italian, Brazilian, Thai you name it.
1) Never pick this hotel, when you go to New York in Winter! (in other seasons this remark is not relevant!)
The heating!!! It's a disaster. They do not have central heating. They heat premises with blowers. It was cold, when we were in NY so the heating was essential. Each room in the hotel has a blower and it is in the ceiling just in the middle of the room. It blows in all four directions and there is nowhere to hide from it. When you are in the bed, it blows you just in the face and it blows hot air. As it was cold outside and windows are not properly sealed, the blower had to work on it's maximum to keep the room warm. Another thing is that blowers dries air and when you stay in such room for while, your skin starts to ache. As we had to stay in this hotel for 6 nights, in the end we got quite frustrated. As we had two nights, when the heating was not working at all and the hotel's staff had to fix it twice, we decided not to complain about heating, when it works.
2) Never buy the hotel's breakfast!
If in the breakfast they would only served fresh, just made French croissants with some butter or jam, it would be very French and it would be OK for French Quarters, but it isn't. Croissants are not just made and then there is a full table of some uneatable junk food. Don't waist time on it! You can have a nice breakfast in one minute walk toward crossing of 8th Avenue and 46th street you will het some nice omelette or greek yogurt with granola.