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Where is Best Western Plus Hospitality House located?
Best Western Plus Hospitality House located at "145 E 49th St, New York, NY 10017, USA"
How can I contact Best Western Plus Hospitality House?
You can call Best Western Plus Hospitality House at +1 212-753-8781 or visit https://www.bestwestern.com/en_US/book/hotel-rooms.33114.html?iata=00171880&ssob=BLBWI0004G&cid=BLBWI0004G:google:gmb:33114 for more information.
Stayed here for 5 nights during my daughter's Spring Break, and was very satisfied overall. Front desk staff was very professional and helpful, and the room was surprisingly nice with hardwood floors throughout, a separate kitchen, and a nicely updated bathroom. The included breakfast was perfectly acceptable. The only real cons were radiators on full blast that left the place like an oven (even when we turned them off, we had to open the windows to get the place acceptably cool), and the lack of plugs near the bed to charge a phone. The location, while off the beaten path and away from most popular attractions, is within 2-3 blocks of two subway stations that give you access to pretty much anywhere you want to go (6 train from Lex/51st and E train from Lex/53rd). Would definitely stay here again.
Don't come here unless you yourself booked the room. Regardless if you have the confirmation documentation/emails. Or if you like hot water
My wife and I vacation in NYC every year. We usually go to a budget hotel with highly efficient rooms, but this was the first year we took our son (1 year old), and a tiny hotel room wasn't going to cut it. After searching long and hard, we landed on this hotel because they basically offered 1 bedroom apartments with a separate bedroom, living room, and full kitchen. This was SO helpful with a baby. It was easy to prepare snacks for the day, give the baby space to run around, and give my wife and I our own separate space to spend time while the baby was sleeping. The location in midtown was great. We were able to walk to almost everywhere. There was good dining in the area, though for some reason, you had to walk like 10 blocks to find a food cart to scratch that late night itch. Oh well, can't blame the hotel for this. The hotel really is a solid 3 star hotel. You won't have all the amenities of a 4 or 5 star hotel, but you shouldn't expect to. What you do get is way more space than most hotels in NYC, where you're basically left alone, which is my preference. There are a few things I could point out that could have been better (e.g. I'm tall and there were clearly some places that were getting cleaned by shorter staff), but overall I was extremely satisfied. I'm sure I'll be vacationing in NYC again next year, and assuming I can get a decent price, I'm very likely to stay here again.