The Grant Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from New York City
This Cathedral is a church for national purposes, welcoming to people of all faiths and none. The foundation stone was laid in 1907 in the presence of President Theodore Roosevelt, and the Cathedral was completed in 1990-83 years later in the presence of President George H.W. Bush. It is built of Indiana limestone, and is the sixth largest in the …
Our first trip to the new Ball park. We jumped on the Metro at the Mt Vernon/Convention Center it was a straight shot to the Navy Yard stop where the new ball park is, about 10 minutes, $1.35 one way if you don't have an unlimited pass like we do. It is kind of an industrial area, like where Pacbell is and they are building it up. So far there is …
... who looked about 12 getting married in the park we head back to Times Square to meet up with my dads cousin, Austin and his son Ted! Ted is in the broadway show Matilda and they both had time between shows to meet up for a few cocktails! I'm so glad we got the chance to meet up, they are both so easy to chat to! Austin reminds me so much of dad and Ted was a little ball ...
Once in a while you come across a topic, like go here for instance, and it will be instrumental for you to realize there are related areas that it would be very good for you to explore. However, not everybody has the time or inclination to do that, and we know that so many of us are incredibly busy - but still, sometimes you just have to do what is smart. What can sometimes be on the fringe, in terms of information with ...
... Wires, Titanium Chains, Small Titanium
Plates, Medium Titanium Plates, and Large Titanium Plates.
Handicrafting is for players who ambition to actualize bows, staves,
rings, earrings, necklaces, and hats. This profession is appealing
important alone because of the adeptness to actualize adornment and
Historical Traveler Reviews The Grant Hotel New York City
We arrived way after 3pm and checked in with great ease. (By the way, there is a parking garage directly across from the hotel BUT we paid about $40 bucks for a night's parking there...so...) Anyway, our room was a bit on the small side, but tastefully decorated and very clean. We had a comfy queen bed, a narrow closet, an interesting desk and a pale armchair in one corner, along with a t.v. mounted just above the door. It was a pretty nice set-up.
One night before travelling to NYC, I researched on the internet and found this hotel was the cheapest option for a two days staying. I payed about $75 (taxes included) per night, and I was very afraid of finding bedbugs in the hotel, because I read some reviews of another hotel called Belnord where people complained about these bugs.
I was very impressed with this hotel! The booking process was straightforward and easy, and the staff both at Woogo and the hotel were extremely pleasant. The room was spacious, clean and everything was in working condition. We were right beside one of the two washrooms on our floor, which were both very clean and fairly well stalked. The location is GREAT - directly across the street from a 24hr parking garage and just two blocks down from Broadway. There are lots of great shops and vendors there and also direct access to some of the major subway lines. I would highly recommend this hotel to anyone who is looking for an affordable place to stay. I would definitely stay here again!!
I gooked one single and one double room. They were booked through woogo sales on the Internet. The Company asked for a deposit for $ 102.00 fore each room and I was advised that they would ask for the remainder upon check-in. The booking was don e in February. In March there was a charge on my debit card for $344.00. When I called the bank they torlm me it was Woogo from London who had requested the money. I cancelled my debit card and had to get a new card.
Do not stay here!
This "hotel" is abosultely horrible. Not only are there no bathrooms in the room (which we were told priar to booking that there would be a private bathroom) you can't even get a pillow from the people at the front desk. Everything has to be done over the phone with people in Paris, and they actually said to me "We do not care about customer service." This is the absolute truth! Do yourself a favor and find a different hotel!
A Changed place
Now this place is called The Grant Hotel or the Woogoo Grant Hotel it seems and perhaps new owner operators.
I stayed here for three nights and it was completely satisfactory.
No fancy stuff but for the $50-60 we paid it did everything we expected of it.
Clean basic accomodation.
I'd go again.
Great for the Price!
I stayed with my 15 year old daughter. To my surprise, for the price of a shared bathroom, we had a private toilet and shower. The room was very, very small but also very, very clean. The staff was friendly and helpful. And the location turned out to be terrific since the subway is only a number of blocks away. For the price, I'd recommend it highly to everyone.
I stayed there with friends during the Easter Week-end and it was great! The metro station was 2 blocks away and so was Central Park. We bought a metro pass for a week 20$. It was really easy to go downtown! The staff was friendly and it was really clean. There's 1 or 2 bathroom per floor. There's a parking right in front of the hotel !! Great hotel for the price!
Roxanne, Montreal, Canada
Where to start? Let's skip over the horrible experience of trying to make changes to our reservation via Woogo's email and phone "help" desk, and cut right to the chase. My boyfriend and I stayed at this place, also known as the Grant Hotel on W94th St twice, for 2 nights each time. What a disappointment. The check in staff were courteous, but we straight away noted the fact that this establishment is extremely TIGHT!!!
TripAdvisor Reviews The Grant Hotel New York City
Other places to stay in New York City
Midtown East, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $218
- Great value and great hotel!
- Good Location, Average Hotel
- Fabulous hotel!
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $220
- Great Value, Nice Room
- Loved it!
- Nice hotel, but ...
Garment District, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $213
- Hated it!!!
- Native NY'er says "These rooms are perfect for the price!"
- Good choice
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $211
- Great Ambiance
- Hudson Horrors
- Won't Be Back
Theater District - Times Square, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $274
- Review of ny sheraton
- Typical sheraton...nice place
- Very Nice Establishment!
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $237
- Small room
- Cool Hotel
- Not up to the usual W standards
Theater District - Times Square, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $294
- You call this a modern hotel?
- Always stay at the W Times Square!
- The most happening place in the city- Great Location
Upper East Side, New York City | 5 star hotelfrom $418
- Looooove the Pierre
- If your looking for an 'escort', this seemed the place to be..
- Not up to Four Seasons Standards
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $256
- Loved the New York Marriott East Side
- Good stay at the Marriott
- Had and enjoyable stay
Midtown, New York City | 2 star hotelfrom $209
- Nonsense-- Have Stayed Here 4 Time, Just Fine
- Know what you're getting
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $289
- Great Value, Great Location
- Great Location, great hotel
- Great Location
Upper West Side, New York City | 2 star hotelfrom $159
- Not so nice.
- Great F*kin holiday!
- Quality Hotel on Broadway Needs to Reflect Name
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $270
- Great stay!!!
- First class hotel in the heart of Manhattan
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $256
- Loved Shula's!
- Great for convention, subpar for Westin
- Excellent in every way!
Midtown Center, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $336
- The only way to see New York
- Revisiting a New York treasure
- Fit for a king... but you had to be one!
Tudor City, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $211
- Comfortable, small, quiet
- Good, but no cigar
- A tranquil oasis in the city that new sleeps !
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $198
- Excellent Room and hotel
- Loved the Sheraton Manhattan
- I loved NY
Theater District - Times Square, New York City | 2 star hotelfrom $199
- Worth the money
- Pleasantly suprised
- Great Stay
Koreatown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $278
- Wonderful experience at the Holiday Inn Martinique
- Nothing wrong with this hotel
- Loved new york, but not The Martinique
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $265
- This Hotel Is A 4Star Disappointment!
- I expect more for my money
- Would not reccomend it to anyone
Midtown, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $194
- Very good value!
- Just tolerable
- Why so negative?
Upper West Side, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $231
- Great hotel for lower Central Park West
- Nice Look but lacking atmosphere
Clinton, New York City | 3 star hotelfrom $219
- Really good!
- Good location but...
- Clean, comfortable, good location
Midtown, New York City | 4 star hotelfrom $261
- Absolutely Fabulous
- Just okay
- One of my favorites!
Midtown, New York City | 5 star hotelfrom $340
- Good upgrade from the Rhiga
- Only OK
- Above and beyond
Midtown, New York City | 1 star hotelfrom $150
- Dont Say here!
- Stay away from this hotel!!!
- Horrible? No!