Inn New York City
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... We made it to the bright lights. Never in my life have I felt more like a moth. Although the weather was such that we couldn't see the top of the buildings the atmosphere was interesting. I'd liken it to a 1st world Bali. People. Traffic. Stench. People. Horns. Lights. Sirens. People. We managed to catch bits and pieces of the NBA finals on the big screen outside ABC studios but didn't make it back to what would be our local bar to see the ...
... the fact we were unlikely to get hit by the ball. The seats were actually pretty good though the constant stream of vendors selling drinks and food did get in the way a bit. Talking of food, it was everywhere. In the small part of the stand we explored there were about 20 stalls, and unlike in England they all sold different food. You could spend the whole game deciding what you wanted to eat. We mainly stuck to American classics but ...
If you?re forever trying to find healthy foods for you personally and your family, and therefore are tired of scouring the supermarket aisles looking for meaningful nutrition which can be non-existent, you may want to try attending a health food store instead. You will find that all of the nutritious foods you were seeking are to be found there.
These crunchy little dudes are fantastic stress relievers: they're set with vitamin B2 (riboflavin), ...
... quite as high. The Hot Yoga class itself may vary in length from an hour to an hour and a half. Hot Yoga classes may also deviate from Bikram's set sequence of 26 asana poses and incorporate other poses, such as Sun Salutations, hip openers or restorative poses, in order to accommodate the students' needs on any particular day.
Another substantial difference between a Bikram Yoga class and a Hot Yoga class is that a Bikram Yoga teacher does ...
... jobs and a better economy. I will be traveling from New York to Michigan and from Michigan to California. I also had an encounter with a member of the mafia. The member attempted to convince me into buying this "protection." I remember hearing about the mafia before I came to New York. ...
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After extensive research, my partner and I booked into the Inn New York City for a 5 day trip in Sep 2006. If you have already spent many hours looking for somewhere good to stay then stop looking - you need to stay here.
My husband and I have stayed at Inn New York City several times and wouldn't stay anywhere else. We used to stay at various hotels in midtown Manhattan and the Upper West Side and will never go back!
A friend and I stayed in the Vermont Suite and we would never consider staying anywhere else now for future visits. The Vermont Suite has its own entrance and is located on the main level (living room and kitchen) and one level below (bedroom with large closet and bathroom). Being below ground is great for sleeping in terms of noise and temperature.
My wife and I visited for our 10th Anniversary. We have visited NYC several times and stayed in mid-range hotels in Mid-town but they don't compare to this inn. We totally felt like city residents with our own private entrance, a full kitchen stocked with gourmet goodies, and space to move around that you just can't get in a hotel room. The Inn itself has a great location on the upper west side, very close to 72nd/Broadway subway stop and a quick walk to Central Park. Relatively quiet, safe neighborhood. We stayed in the Vermont Suite for the first half of our visit and then moved to the Spa Suite as a treat. Both were very spacious, furnished with lovely, interesting antiques and well appointed with every item one could possibly need. Vermont was very quiet and private. Spa suite was more luxurious and spacious but not as quiet. Service was very discreet and, although there were other guests, we never saw or heard them. With the free goodies and lack of add-ons, the cost is very comparable with midrange hotels like the Sheraton we stayed at on our last visit and we got so much more for the money. Can't imagine we would stay anywhere else on our next visit!
Near Central Park and Broadway
A friend and I stayed here in the Vermont Suite - it was great; much better than staying in a modern hotel. Spotlessly clean. The sofa bed is perfectly comfortable & all the kitchen provisions are brilliant. Only one drawback - it is a little dark; very atmospheric & nice in the evening but no good for putting make up on in the morning, but otherwise, really lovely. (This suite has a steep spiral staircase down to the bedroom & bathroom which was no problem for us but might be tricky for others.)
Stayed in the Vermont Suite which is GREAT. You have your own entrance and a small patio area where you can sit during nice weather. The suite is actually two floors and very much like a nice cozy apartment. You have your own kitchen which is a godsend as you dont need to pay outrageous prices for snacks and mini bar drinks. Cant say enough about it. A wonderful value.
Throughout the world, hotels rooms are criticized for being too small...or furnished with tacky and worn furniture. New York has no shortage of complaints such as these. But this review is of a different place...one that needs no help from me...but is so special, I needed to write something about it.
Wow!!! An absolute gem!
WOW!! What an amazing boutique hotel. We spent 9 days in the Opera Suite in June 2004. The owners and everyone that works there really care about the place... And everything is done with a little bit of love! From the wonderful complementary goodies packed into the fridge each day, to the useful books and magazines scattered around the place... It's like staying in your own luxury home, but with all the pampering and service of a top class hotel! This is a truly unique place, and it really has to be the most luxurious place to stay in New York!!!
What a wonderful cozy place. We stayed in the Spa suite for 5 nights and it was an absolute delight. The King size bed was exceptionally comfortable, the kitchen was fully stocked with wonderful goodies and the huge jacuzzi tub was perfect for relaxing in after a long day walking through the streets of the city. The ladies who run the Inn are lovely and will assist you with any inquiry. The hotel is conveniently located just off Broadway and just a few blocks from Central Park. This is absolutely the perfect place for a romantic tryst with the one you love.
Four of us spent the weekend here. Excellent value, close to a grocery store, alcholic beverage store, and a decent diner type restaurant across the street. Rooms were clean and 'snug' for 4 adults but very acceptable.Staff was helpful in rectifing a reservation error where the dates were off by one day.Parking is FREE (big bonus in the Big Apple) and as many sites are close by, a real benefit being able to leave the car in safety.We will stay here again.