Comfort Inn Times Square West
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Times Square West New York City
Very central to Times Square and close to subway. Next to the Hells Kitchen restaurant area. A great variety of restaurants with a good range of prices. Found a really good thai restaurant. Rooms are a good size, clean and tidy. Buffet breakfast was a good starter.
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... half a mile to go and with just the maze of manhattan's midtown area to traverse, the satnav had a hissy fit. It had no idea of where we were or what we were doing, which was quite fitting as neither did we! Luckily the satnav righted itself long enough to divert itself to the correct connecting street - which was closed. We finally arrived at the Hilton about 9.15, set our bags down then went for a walk around Times Square. Exhausted, we went back to our room and crashed out. Over and ...
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Quote of the Day: "I think we can fit 16 more people in here. Comfortably." - Guy on the already packed subway back to Hoboken
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