Jones Street Guesthouse
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Jones Street Guesthouse New York City
Travel Blogs from New York City
ONE LAST FINAL NIBBLE
All good thing must come to an end. Actually, this whole adventure had been mind blowing, better than I could ever expected and I was feeling feel extremely fortunate when I looked out of my hotel window that morning for the last time. Later I'd be taking off from JFK with Virgin Atlantic, heading for my final destination, home, and even though I have had an amazing time, I'd been missing my girls and it will be so good to ...
... waited in line for 30 minutes last night and they had run out of my size so he must have felt sorry for me and he took me down to the merchandising counter where there was already a big queue but he just took me around the side and asked the guy to serve me first and luckily, they had replenished the stock and I got one, my lucky day.
I then met Daisy at the Stephen Sondheim Theater where we saw Beautiful : The Carole King Story. ...
Thursday 4th September 2014, Day 36 of our 50 day holiday: Walked across to 7th Avenue, past Gay Street where Paula first lived and caught the red line subway train down to the One World Trade Centre to see the 9/11 Memorial Museum which ...
... is a museum set in a lovely building in beautiful gardens, there were pieces of art from many churches around Europe. The art included tapestries, huge door frames, statues and ornaments. After this we went to Grand Central Terminal and 67 floors to the top of the Rockefeller centre and went to the top to see the views of New York City, unfortunately it was a cloudy day but we still had a pretty good view. Finally we had a wander around 5th avenue before ...
... the queues get very large so we headed straight there after Thomas finished work at 6pm on Monday and only encountered a 10min wait. It is such a cute place, tucked away down some steps below street level. There is only about 20 seats in the whole restaurant, most of which are at the counter where you can watch the chefs hard at work adding the ingredients into big cauldrons. It doesn’t capture the tourists being so hidden away ...