Affinia Manhattan

371 Seventh Ave, New York City, New York, 10001, United States | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Chelsea area of New York City, is near Madison Square Garden, Pennsylvania Station, Victoria's Secret, and Madison Square.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsAffinia Manhattan New York City

    Reviewed by geoffbro

    Location +

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    by (8 reviews) Somewhere in Victoria , Australia Flag of Australia

    We stayed here for 5 nights and overall are very impressed with both the Hotel and the location. Looking out of our window we can see Madison Square Garden just over the Road. Penn Street Station is also in the same Location. Staff are friendly and more than helpful. Although free wifi was available, it was only available in the lobby, we purchased a package for our room for $62 for 7days. There is a Gym and Laundromat on the 4th floor. Situated on the corner ot 7th Avenue and 31st Street it is close to Times Square and the Broadway District.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Reviewed by christisonclan

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    Reviewed Dec 23, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Great wine hour

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Affinia Manhattan New York City

    Best Value

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    This is probably the best hotel for its value in New York City. I stayed here with three of my friends from Aug 2 to Aug 6. We stayed in a one bedroom suite with two queen beds, and a pull out sofa in the living room. The suite was huge! It was about 600 square feet if not more. There was a full kitchen (including stovetop, oven, full fridge and freezer, microwave, toaster, sink) and even pots, pans, glasses, and silverware! We saved some money by bringing food and cooking it in the kitchen. Also, the room had 2 full bathrooms, which was perfect because we had four people in the suite. The maid service was great. They always made sure that the room was cleaned by the time we returned. We paid only 150 per night for this hotel. Great DEAL!!!! If you are looking for a HUGE room and great amenities, then book the Southgate. One more thing... it is located on seventh avenue and 31st street, right across from Penn Station, so we were able to buy a week long MetroCard and travel throughout the city very quickly. We saved a lot of money instead of using taxis. GREAT HOTEL!

    Best Stay in Midtown

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    Southgate lives up to all the positive reviews. For only $119.00/night (Expedia), my son & I were treated to 2 queen beds in a clean & spacious 1-room studio suite. When they did not have a studio avail. at our 2:30 AM arrival on our first of 4 nights, they upgraded us for no extra charge that one night to a 2-room bedroom suite. Everything was clean & in good shape (including baths), & staff was friendly & helpful. Only negatives, though minor, were occasional street noise, and the small 1929 bath room.

    Southgate is fantastic !

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    I recently stayed for 10 nights at the Southgate Tower Suite Hotel, basing my choice largely on the reviews on this website. With so many hotels in NYC, it really was hard to choose. I am so glad that I chose the Southgate. The 1 bedroom suite (which was only $150 a night via Expedia) was very spacious. Nice bedroom, large living room and full kitchen. A nice bonus was that our room had two full bathrooms! Not sure if all the 1 bedroom suites have that, but worth asking at check-in if 2 bathrooms would be convenient for you.

    Location was fantastic...as others have said, right by Penn Station and several subway lines, and also near PATH (we went across to New Jersey one day to a nice shopping mall there and it only took 15 minutes!)

    Service was very good. Front desk staff were helpful, as was the concierge desk. Starbucks right across the street if you are a coffee addict like me! There was coffee supplied in the room, but I am rather fond of Starbucks.

    I actually have nothing bad to say about Southgate. Everything was great and we were sad to leave after 10 nights there.

    Excellent Choice!

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    We just returned from a lovely weekend in NYC. One of the most pleasant discoveries was the Southgate Tower Suite Hotel. After reading horror stories about other NYC hotels, we chose the Southgate because the ratings and reviews were all very favorable, and the rates were affordable. We were not disappointed!! Starting with the courteous doorman; the friendly, lovely young lady at the front desk; a very clean, spacious suite with a nice view; a relaxing, delicious dinner at the Niles Restaurant; and, a quick, efficient checkout with arrangements made for a towncar to take us to the airport......it was a wonderful experience!!! We definitely look forward to staying there again.

    Will definitely stay here again!

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    I cant believe how good this hotel is! Ive just come back from staying here 10 days and loved every minute of it.

    I booked through Expedia - and because it was sooo cheap i thought that maybe it wouldnt be that good - but boy was i wrong! As soon as we arrived outside i couldnt believe how good it looked. The staff were very helpful, and the room was much much bigger then i expected. It was also very clean. Kitchen and bathroom were both spotless and still quite new.

    Its location is also great - about 5 min walk from times sq - but the best thing is that it is accross the road from Penn station - so all u have to do is cross the road and u can travel virtually anywhere in manhatten! I advise anyone considering staying in New York to stay here - you wont be disappointed!

    Fabulous Spot

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    Just returned from a Great trip to New York. Stayed at the Southgate Tower Suite and I was truly impressed. It was a great location. The room was kept spotless and I found the staff to be courteous at all times.

    A nice place to stay

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    It was the first time I had stayed in New York, and the hotel lobby was beautiful, it was large and spacious and clean, but the only bad thing was the view from my window, as all I could see was the advertisement for the Manhattan Yellow Book! But overall, a very enjoyable stay!

    Really enjoyed our stay at Southgate.

    from

    after looking on the internet for weeks to find a hotel we finally decided to go with southgate suites. we were not disapointed! the rooms were very clean, and the service was excellent. the maid staff wasnt' at all intrusive and the rooms were very spacious. the kitchen and the bathroom were a bit small but very clean and nice. kitchenette was equipped with silverware, and dishes. very quiet location, good for people who want to stay close to time square without all the hussle and bussle and wall to wall people. the hotel was also close to lots of authentic deli's and veggie restuarants too. the only thing i wasnt really pleased with was the look and feel of the room. it was very basic in it's design and seemed more suitable for business guest, which it probably was because there was a desk and laptop setup in our room. you cant beat the cost. we would definetly stay there again!

    Impressed

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    Spent 10 days in NYC and would definately stay at Southgate again. The room was large and clean. It was nice to have the kitchen. Everyone was friendly and helpful. Convenient location - across the street from Madison Square Garden and Penn Station.

    Great hotel

    from

    Very clean and spacious, great location (next to Penn Station and Madison Square Gardens, easy walk to Times Square). We reserved through Expedia for $103 a night ($120 with tax), but they didn't have a studio when we checked in so they upgraded us to a full suite, with a bedroom and a separate living area. We had a wonderful view of the Empire State Building. The kitchenette was perfect for making tea and it was nice to have a fridge and ice cubes. The air conditioner was somewhat noisy, and we had to fuss with the shades to get the room dark enough, but otherwise no problems.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Affinia Manhattan New York City

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