Quaint hotel right around corner from subway station to #4 exlress to 125th and grand central. Clean with a friendly attentive staff. Room w/ queen was larger than normal for NYC. Parking garage across the street. All the way 'round a very nice experience. We'll be going back for sure.
If you have a larger family you know how hard it can be to find a reasonable hotel room that fits everyone comfortably. Affinia is it!!!! Nice, comfortable, spacious rooms! Seats and beds for everyone. Super friendly staff. Reasonable NYC rates and great location. Will definitely be staying here again.
This hotel has been there a long while and makes no attempt to be flashy or ostentatious. However the rooms are comfortable and well appointed, the basin plugs don't leak and the staff are very helpful.
The hotel stay was just fine. I arrived late and left early. They could use 2 more elevators to speed things up but thats about it. Clean room, decent view. I don't know the area, but it was a good price in the location i needed to be for work.
Room was exactly as described, 1 separate bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. It was like an apartment which was nice for traveling with 2 kids, one an infant. They had the free requested crib in the room when we checked in, which was a big help.
The room is definitely dated. The appliances were old. The room could have also been cleaner. We found ants in the kitchen on the right before we checked out, the carpet had stains and the bsthroom grout could be cleaned up.
All in all it was a nice location pretty close to subways and when the new line opens up it will be right outside the hotel! Nice space for the kids stuff and great to have the kitchen for washing bottles and grabbing a snack between sightseeing. It would be nice if there was some vending machines or even coffee or water in the lobby.
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