Comfort Inn Times Square South
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Perfect for Us
My teenage daughter and I just returned from a 3 night stay at the Comfort Inn and wanted to let others know about our pleasant experience.
First, the location was perfect for us, as it is only a block from Port Authority, and since we took subways everywhere, it was easy and convenenient. Second, the room was well equipped with amenities-safe, toiletries, functional appliances and a fairly nice sized bath, so we did not feel cramped. Third, the staff was excellent, helpful and friendly. Finally, we loved the free continental breakfast-waffles, muffins, bagels, hot/cold cereals, juices, yogurts, coffee, milk, tea and chocolate-it was great not having to go out for this! Plus, we got a really good price through AAA, much lower than comparable hotels.
There are several places across from Port Authority to grab a bite to eat, and a drug store in Port Authority should one run out of something-although the Comfort Inn has a sign in the room, saying if you've forgotten something they may be able to help...
We plan on staying here on future trips on Manhattan!
Stayed with my sister and niece in a double room. Although considered small compared to other city's hotels, we had more than enough room. The hotel & room was very clean, the staff extremely friendly & helpful when we arrived, during the stay, and at check out. Located close to everything.
Highly recommend and this hotel is the first on my list for a return visit.
Had a great stay!
My wife and I stayed here for 2 nights this December.
We were VERY pleased! The price was much lower than anything else we considered! The staff was very friendly and the rooms were neat and clean, if a little small (I hear this is normal for NYC hotels).
I would completely recommend this hotel to anyone that is looking to go to NYC!
Es hat den Aufenthalt mit meiner Schwiegermutter zu etwas Besonderem gemacht!
Ich habe meine Schwiegermutter anlässlich ihres 70ten Geburtstages als Geschenk nach New York mitgenommen und war angenehm überrascht, dass ich solch einen guten Preis in diesem Hotel bekommen habe. Ich war zuerst etwas beunruhigt was die Lage betrifft, aber ich habe mich nie unsicher gefühlt. Die Lage war günstig, man war in der Nähe vom Times Square, Einkaufsläden, U-Bahn und dem Starbucks. Die Bushaltestelle Port Authority befindet sich ganz in der Nähe - hier kann man sich bei viel Wind und Regen unterstellen, wenn man auf dem Weg zur U-Bahnstation ist. Außerdem gibt es dort Geschäfte und Restaurants.
Die Zimmer waren sauber und ruhig. Das Bett, die Bettwäsche und Kissen waren überdurchschnittlich gut und sehr bequem. Das Zimmer war relativ klein, aber für New Yorker Verhältnisse in Ordnung. Es gab genügend Platz für unser Gepäck und unsere Einkaufstüten. Das Interessante war, dass es nur 4 Zimmer auf jeder Etage gab.
Die Angestellten der Rezeption waren ausgezeichnet. Ich hätte mir nicht mehr wünschen können. Sie haben uns einen Transfer zum Flughafen arrangiert und bei unserer Abreise konnten wir uns sogar unsere Bordkarten ausdrucken. Sie waren immer gerne bereit uns behilflich zu sein.
Es gibt einige kleinere Mängel, da das Hotel erst kürzlich eröffnet wurde, aber die Angestellten sind immer gerne bereit diese zu berichtigen.
Ich würde auf jedem Fall wieder hier übernachten.
Made stay with my mother-in-law a great one!
I took my mother-in-law to NYC for a 70th birthday gift and was pleasantly surprised to find this hotel at such a great deal. At first was a little worried about the location but never once felt unsafe. Location was convenient to Times Square, shopping, subway and Starbucks. The Port Authority bus station is very close - offers shelter from the wind and rain on way to subway and has shops/restaurants.
Rooms were very clean and quiet. Bed, bedding and pillows were above average quality and very comfortable. Room was a little small but average for NYC. There was plenty of room for all of our luggage and purchases. The interesting thing is there are only 4 rooms per floor.
Front office staff was excellent. Couldn't have asked for more! They arranged a car for us to get to the airport when we left and even let me print my boarding passes. They were always quick to offer assistance.
The hotel has a few kinks since they just opened but the staff is very willing to make things right.
I would definitely stay here again!
305 w 39th street
New, clean, modern, and convenient. Room was good size for a Manhattan hotel. Blocks from Times Square. Staff was very helpful and friendly. Great large flat screen t.v. on wall in room, with a modern bathroom.
Great place, wonderful service!
i cant believe the great price i paid to stay at 39st and 8 ave in NYC!! great people at the hotel. everyone, front desk, maid service, handyguy. very helpful!! great location. the hotel is only a month old. everything is new! you cant beat the deal and location. the bed and pillows very comfy! i cant say enough good things about the hotel. you will not be disappointed.
Loved this hotel - staff was very friendly and helpful - made checking in and out so easy.
Great location - walking distance to Times Square and close to my favorite coffee location - just like being home.
Very nice room, a bit small but very comfortable. Large bed, nice free standing closet and writing desk. Flat screen was a nice touch!
Bathroom was space was good with and nice shower, plenty of towels and very clean!
This is a great hotel that had just opened when we stayed. We were actually the first people to sleep in the room. The staff is very friendly and helped us everyday with directions to our sight seeing.
The rooms are very nice, I especially liked the flat screen tv.
I highly recommend this hotel to people traveling to New York. Great central location and close to the subways.
My boyfriend and I recently got back from a lovely weekend in New York City (we went the weekend of Nov.10th). We had been searching for a while to find a reasonble hotel, and I luckily found this one on expedia for an amazing price. The hotel is brand new, it had only been open for 6 days. Staff is very friendly, lovely rooms (on the small side), great service, comfortable beds with tons of pillows, clean and modern bathroom. Wonderful breakfast in the morning to get you started, minutes from Times Square, two blocks from Port Authority, and 5 minutes from Madison Square Garden. I strongly recommend this to anyone!
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