14 years ago
I had 5 nights in this hotel the first thing that you notice is the grand reception, but no where to sit , i waited nearly one and a half hours to check in as there were only 3 staff on , this hotel has over 1000 rooms so you can imagine how busy it was and that was at 21.30 . the long corridoors were dimly lit and the smell was of mildew and dirt . there were small rooms off the corridors which had vending machines in them but also some of these rooms had leaky pipes in them 'if you got over the water on the floor " they smelled so bad you would not want a drink from there. however on a more positive note the rooms were cleaned daily they are very dated the air con was so loud it was difficult to get to sleep . but without it you could freeze , the shower was totally antiquadated we turned it on and it would go from freezing cold to scalding hot with in seconds , it wouldnt go off on day three i thought we would be flooded by the time maintance arrived . the best thing about this hotel is the location you cant beat it . out side the door is the entrance to madison sq gardens , go out of the other exit in the hotel there is maceys your also with in walking distance to time sq . so if you just want a place to rest your weary head in between shopping and sightseeing then this may be the hotel for you . however if like i you would like to return to your nice warm hotel room put the kettle on chill and relax and feel a little pamperd then it is not for you .
Travel operator: delta
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