Park Savoy

Address: 158 W 58th St, New York City, New York, 10019, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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Location

This 1 star hotel, located in the Midtown area of New York City, is near Carnegie Hall, Central Park Bike Tours, Exhale Spa - Central Park South, and New York Grand Opera.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Park Savoy New York City

      Great place. gerat price

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      I would just like to say that the Park Savoy was GREAT! I was seriously sooo scared about the place cuz it was so cheap and then we saw it and it was great. Anyone thinking about this hotel. it's cheap, clean, and safe....what else do u need?

      Hidden gem

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      I doubt you could find a better hotel for the same price in a better location. It was very clean and I felt very safe here. The rooms are small, but who wants to spend time in their hotel room when in New York? I plan to stay here every time I come to NYC!

      Small Rooms but GREAT Hotel for a Low Price

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      Great location; clean rooms; VERY clean bathrooms. Small rooms but comfortable. Bathrooms have showers only. I visit NYC twice a year and always stay at the Park Savoy. I've never been let down. For $100, it's the perfect place for anyone who doesn't require luxury, but expects comfort, cleanliness and location. And their rates stay consistent year-round, unlike many other NYC hotels that jump over $200 in busy seasons.

      Small room..

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      As everyone says it's a very good deal (clean, good location), but unlike others we had a very small room with a dito bathroom, which was ok for a few days. I can immagine that "bigger" people face difficulties in this particular room.

      Pleasant Surprise

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      My husband and I just returned from an overnight at the Park Savoy Hotel. For $100 a night, we had a clean queen-sized room in an exceptional location. I will definitely return to the Park Savoy again.

      The staff was pleasant and cheerful and the area is very safe for walking at night. Lots of people walking around, lots of places open late into the night. The price, location and quality of the accommodations are unbeatable. It's not The Plaza, but at $100 a night, it's a steal!

      Great tourist hotel

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      We stayed at the Park Savoy 7 nights in March 2003. I echo the other reviews. Our room had two double beds and a small bathroom with shower only. The room was clean, the beds comfortable and not run down at all.

      The bathroom was black and white tile and was spotless also. Although it did not have a lot of creature comforts, it was in an excellent location, two blocks south of Central Park and one block from the subway. Easy walking distance to just about anything. Price averaged $90 per night, a bargain in Manhatten. We will stay there again next trip!

      Great Value

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      Stayed for a week in March 2003. Was excellent value for money. Breakfast was pastries or bagels, and tea or coffee (included in the price). Stayed in a queen room which had plenty of room. Was very clean. Only thing was the room had no hair dryer. Would strongly recommend it to anyone wanting a nice comfortable place to stay. Its basic but nice!! The location was excellent, right in the centre of everything, only about a ten minute walk to times square! And one block from central park!

      Small but happy at park savoy

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      After traveling 11 hrs on a bus ANY hotel would look good but I did find a great suprise when our taxi pulled in front of the Park Savoy Hotel. For once a hotel looked JUST like it did in their pictures!! From the entrance, to the stairs, and the rooms all appeared to have no hidden suprises! The price also upheld what I was told. I ended up paying on 99 dollars a night which included tax and breakfast for four people for 5 nights!!! Great price huh?!?! There was only two things I did not care for that much. The first being the beds. They ae NOT beds for someone with a bad back! They tend to be hard (but after walking the NYC streets you really don't care to much were you sleep as long as your not on your feet!!!) And the second being the bathroom. Along with the size (pretty small) it got EXTREMELY hot when taking a shower. About half way through each shower I had to open the door to the bathroom to get some air!

      Aside from these two things you will not find a better hotel in NYC for a person on a budget. It sits across from some of the "big expensive" hotels and it only a few blocks from places such as the Plazza Hotel, 5th Ave shopping, Tavern on the Greens, and the Russian Tea room.

      My second surpise is when I found I was ni WALKING distance to Times Square!!! Only about 6 blocks!!!!! Also, you can't forget Central Park is only ONE block, and the same goes for the subway station.

      If you tried to find a hotel that offered this convenience, price, and location in NYC it would be around 400 to 600 a night!! I would recommend this hotel for anyone who comes to NYC to have some fun and not pay to much!

      Simple Nights, Complex Days

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      The Park Savoy is not for the rich, the famous, or the stuffy. It is a simple place in a great location. Enjoy the complexity of New York in the day and the evening; sleep simply and comfortably at night.

      FABULOUS!

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      We love the Park Savoy Hotel. Every year we stay there and have come to love its funky charm! A great deal at a great price one block from Central Park - what more could you want!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Park Savoy New York City

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