The Premier Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Premier Hotel New York City
Quiet clean cozy hotel right around the corner from Times Square. Central to walking to many of the sights to see. We had breakfast included as well as free wi fi and a free drink and hor d'ourves around dinner time. The theatre district is also on your doorstep. Staff were friendly. Would recommend and would stay again.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Premier Hotel New York City
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... where we are staying and had another beer again in a very noisy environment. Again we watched the failure of the New York Yankees to triumph and hoped this would not happen to our All Blacks in the coming weeks. All of the time, the city continued to more than hum and we noticed that the police were outside our hotel as they had been all day, which is directly opposite the Mexican Consulate and this is not a ...
... no search was done, no vet controls Pickles passport just
a custom agent.Pickles has produced one of the most
memorable exit of the boat as he chose to poo in the Grand lobby on
the red and gold carpet in the front of a massive crowd of passengers
waiting as the dog are the first one to disembark. It has to see as a
sign from Pickles to show his disappointment that unlike the dogs of
the Queen, the dogs are not allowed to have their daily walks ...
... from the outside, but lovely inside with a huge open area and even a garden! Our guide pointed out some of the unique Tudor architecture. Then we moved on to the News Building...which was an inspiration for the Daily Planet building in the old Superman buildings (as the globe inside was the inspiration for the globe on the top of the building in the movie). After the News Building, it was over to the Chrysler Building. (Enjoying some ...
A later start today as Hannah and I both have a cold and needed a bit of extra rest. It snowed during the night and then started raining during the morning so it was cold and slushy and an inside activity needed to be found. So off we went to MoMA. We spent the afternoon wandering the galleries and also got tickets to a Matisse special exhibition. The work was from his 'cut out 'period where he basically created art ...
... available. A few years ago they begun allowing people to visit the crown again. You enter the pedestal and there is a museum of artefacts and information about the creation and the gift that the statue was to the United States from the French. Then you go up a winding winding narrow single file stair case up another 180ish steps to get up to the crown. It was a bit of a technique, stepping up nearly sideways with your back to the middle column and ...