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Super fint hotel. Flotte og godt indrettede/udstyrede værelser. Bør vurderes til flere stjerner end det er. Ligger lidt langt væk fra Manhattan, så ønsker man at befinde sig "downtown" hele tiden under ferie, og ikke ønsker at tage de 20 min. med undergrundsbanen, så er dette ikke hotellet. Værelsesdørerne lukker med en del kraft og det støjer ret meget på hele etagen. Snak på gang, går højlyt igennem værelsesdør. Isolering af dør vil afhjælpe dette.
Everything about this hotel experience was exceptional No
Convenient location $35 for parking when there is free parking on the street.
Great staff, nice rooftop great service still waiting for my 20.00 hold to be refunded Still waiting for refund
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This hotel is in a good location for anyone visiting Brooklyn. The room was immaculate and cozy, there was a good selection for breakfast, the staff friendly and ready to help, and they handled my check in and out for me and made everything easy. no.
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Front desk in check in were friendly and inviting. Room seemed very clean. BEDBUGS! Woke up with many bites. I tried to talk to them about it. I received a runaround including a scolding from their 'customer service manager', about how I should have gone right to the hospital. For bedbug bites? No I was in NYC for work
Nice hotel in a grungy part of town Room was near the ice machine which was moist all night long.
It was beautiful and it had parking which is very imppportant in the Gowanus area.. Great breakfast.
Clean and comfy rooms, friendly staff Lots of street noise. Lots of trucks going over potholes. Bring earplugs!
Helpful staff Long walk from ecerything
The elevator was out of service. I booked online but they charge me twice and charge me for car parking 50$
location is perfect for visiting my grandson. Lower rates
It was clean and convienent...staff was helpful and friendly.
It was close to a subway station, and the staff were friendly. The AC in the room worked well, and the shower had good pressure and hot water. Breakfast was very good, and they had a respectable biscuits and gravy. Very tiny room, even the mattresses felt like they weren't even full sized. No closet at all, just a tiny wardrobe that was already half filled with the iron and board. One of the phones didn't work. The room-darkening curtains did not close all the way. No luggage rack, so we had to stack our suitcases on the desk and chair. There was also no mini-fridge, but honestly where would they have put it, under the sink? The door wouldn't close tightly and did not feel very secure. The elevator was incredibly slow.
Close to Metro One elevator, No bath towels, limited toiletries, no soap, no shampoo. No easy chairs in room.. Poor value/
Convenient and close to subway and Long Island Rail Road Hub. The wiFi was weak and inconsistent. The tv signal was constantly freezing and skipping during the Giant game.
This is a no frills, only the basics hotel but with the clean and comfortable furnishings that you expect from a Holiday Inn. Plus its at half the cost of the Manhattan Hotels. On the fringe of the Brooklyn Brownstones, it's right by the R,N & D subway line which will all take you right into Manhattan and one stop away from Atlantic avenue for transfer to most lines and the LIRR. There are a couple food places across the street, Dinosaur BBQ being the best of your choices. If you are looking for a reasonably priced hotel that is clean and comfortable and are willing to navigate the subway its perfect. If you are hoping to be a couple blocks from the action and take a quick cab to times square then your looking in the wrong place. But if thats what you want you will pay twice as much for that. Again, no frills, do have a free breakfast with eggs, cereal, juice, fruit ,muffins but you're not going to see a gym, or pool, or bar in here. You come, you check in, and then you go out to explore! If you don't like that, then again this is probably not for you. Also, other than for your luggage, take the stairs. Only one elevator and its kind of slow. But again this is NYC, if you can't take the stairs ,you're not going to get very far in the city!
The hotel is within walking distance from the subway and there is a great BBQ place across the street. I booked a room for August 19-20th. When I arrived, I was issued room 301. When I entered the room there was an overwhelming marijuana odor, and a towel was wrapped around the sprinkler system. When I reported this to the supervisor on duty( Janelle) she asked me if I'd like a room change, to which I agrees to and was moved to room 913. When I entered room 913 it was very warm, I checked the thermostat and it read 78 degrees. I addressed this issue with Janelle and her response was as follows "Sir, the air conditioner in that room is working fine because there were people in it before you" I replied that it was uncomfortably hot in the room, and I was unable to sleep in that heat. She said " I have other customers who are checking in to worry about, we can't just switch your room because you think it's hot. I will send someone up to check on the air conditioner" She sent up a maintenance worker, who told me that he felt it was cool in the room because he "just ran up 9 flights of stairs, and he felt just fine" This is outrageous and unacceptable customer servIce. I was put into a room with a fire hazard, and moved to a room with no AC only to be told I didn't know what the temperature was and that there were other customers to worry about.
We have stayed at this hotel before and found it to be convienent , it's near my daughter's apartment. the staff are friendly and helpful. the are clean.
I had mistakenly made my reservation for the next day. One of the front desk employee was exceptionally rude. Instead of attempting to help like the other front desk employee was doing, he dismissed me with no further assistance. I had a phone charger and my phone had died, he would not help me charge it. I wanted to us my phone to find a different hotel that I could stay at. I was inebriated, but your employee is not a health care professional to make that accusation.
Room was ok & comfortable Very poor elevator service - really could a second one, esp. for maid service - dingy hall carpet - hard to change temperature in room
The location was perfect for our trip to Brooklyn to see a concert at Prospect Park. The venue was only a ten minute walk from the hotel. A short Uber ride took us to an area of town with lots of restaurant options. The room was clean, bed was comfortable. Check in and out were a breeze. There isn't enough parking for everyone. When we arrived, the small lot behind the hotel was full. There are maybe 15 spots. Luckily for us, we sort of made our own spot next to the handicapped spot and used that as our parking space. However, if a guest arrives and everything is full, you are forced to park on the street. Good luck.
Clean and comfortable rooms Short and early breakfast hours. Extremely small lobby, dining, and guest rooms. Manager avoids customer requests by not answering the listed phone number, even when the caller is hotels.com. Manager was the first one in 5 years of using Kayak who refused, rudely, to allow courtesy cancellation of third night with 48 hours advance notice. Family travel is prone to changes, so this Inn should be removed from Kayak and La Quinta affiliations.
I liked the location your staff were pretty weird and uninviting I had used wash cloths in the bathroom with hair on one of them I stayed on the third floor your vendor machine didn't have anything in it. Other than that it was a clean comfortable room I slept like a baby.
The room was extremely small!!! The parking lot as well! Only enough room for 10 csrs. Get there early to get a spot.
The hotel was perfectly fine for a place to stay. The rooms are small, but it's New York so I expected that to be true. Since I only needed a place to sleep for a few days and wasn't spending time hanging out in the room this was just fine. The location is great. The hotel was a little bit noisy at night and sound traveled in the halls well - but it wasn't that bad and didn't keep me up.
Small but clean and comfortable! I wasn't there to hang out in the hotel anyway ;-)
This is a no frills, small room hotel that should be used for the traveler that isn't planning on spending much time in the room itself. Great bathroom, great bed, AC worked very well, tiny space (has large TV though). Wifi worked great. Staff was friendly. For the cost and location in Park Slope, perfect combo. Some noise through the walls, tight space (like a ship!)
The neighborhood. You could hear everything thanks to the super thin walls. The bed was not that comfortable. I think my dorm room in college was more comfortable than that.
Extremely tight quarters
Third time I've stayed here: great location, breakfast at diner round the corner is included and it's good. Rooms are small but fine if you're a tourist on the go and just want a place to sleep.
The complimentary breakfast at a local cafe was better than the usual expected muffin and coffee. Room was small. You practically walk into the bed as you enter. Overall, the staff was pleasant, location great - many bars and restaurants within walking distance and the subway was a block away. Street parking also available. Area felt safe.
very clean bathroom, towels were changed daily fire alarm testing starting at 8.15 am and lasting for more than 1 hour and sheets were not changed during our 7 nights stay
Clean, walking distance to restaurants and public transportation. Rooms were not very quiet, could here everything in the hall.
Very nice staff and clean hotel.
Clean, comfortable and good location Slightly-noisy air-conditioner
Clean rooms, well stocked breakfast, pleasant staff Parking too limited! We parked in an off-sight Super-8 "lot" and were called down at 11pm to move our car so that another guest could park their truck behind us. They crashed the truck into another guests' car in the process! Needless to say, we found street parking.
Cheap comparedto the ntime spend at the hotel. Close to subway Breakfast room too small and the assortment is very limited
It is close to the folks we were visiting in Park Slope. It was in a safe place, convenient to shopping and the subway station for connections to all places in NYC. It was inexpensive and a light breakfast was included. Everything was fine. It is simple, clean, and comfortable for the price. The hotel's immediate neighborhood is not lovely, but the rate would be much higher if it was in the trendy neighborhood just a block away.
The staff was friendly and accommodating and security personnel was always visible. Security cameras are on every floor, at each exit, and outside of the building. The rooms facing the street were noisy. Cars could be heard quite easily at all times of day and night. The corner room was very small with hardly enough room to get past the end of the king-size bed into the bathroom. It was only about two feet from the desk and chair from the end of the bed. Two people would have been bumping into each other and would not have been able to get pass each other if one was seated at the desk. As for location of the property, I would not want my daughter to walk at night the one block from the metro to the hotel because the streets were dinly lit and the area is surrounded by auto repair shops and rough sidewalks.