Mount Royal Hotel & Hostel

Address: 315 W 94th St, New York City, New York, 10025-6829, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMount Royal Hotel & Hostel New York City

Reviewed by worldboobook

Smells and Screams

Reviewed Apr 21, 2006
by (11 reviews) Mainz , Germany Flag of Germany

NY was only a stop-over, so we looked for a place to stay that met our main requirements: central and cheap. So we ended up here. It was pretty close to what we wanted to see and could explore Manhatten on foot.
The room was tiny, the bed only slightly tinier, the view from our window into the backyard would have made a racoon avert its eyes in disgust. The room was old-lady-smelly and a CSI fetishist would have climaxed at the first glance into the shared bathroom. The screams for help of the party-tired homecomers stuck in the elevator during our first night made us use the stairs for the remainder of our stay, which was only one more night (gosh, I would have never expected a Phil Collins song stuck in my head reminiscing staying at that place...).

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TripAdvisor Reviews Mount Royal Hotel & Hostel New York City

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