The Strand Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Strand Hotel New York City
Excellent Hotel, with really friendly staff, always on hand if needed. Very comfy bed with a great view of the ESB from the window.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Strand Hotel New York City
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... group from California/Australia/New Zealand who had all just started a grad program at Goldman Sacs. They were all really nice with some good NYC tips and we had a laugh and played a drinking game called cheers to the governor. Considering we didn't get to go to the speakeasy it was actually a really fun night. But we stayed semi smart and called it a night around 3ish I think. Our bus was at 10am the next day after all and the speakeasy was closed to we knew we'd missed out on ...
... and cocktails and . . . . We had our last American meal at Shake Shack! Everyone is excited about the upcoming adventure...especially Nick - it's his first time to Europe! While we wish mom and dad could be with us, we know that it is better for mom to be at home given her recent health scares. Tomorrow we land in Barcelona at about 9:45am. We plan to check into ...
... fabulous; I've never had better cauliflower, and of course the cocktails were key. It was not Italian, per se, but delicious Mediterranean cuisine in a cozy venue. As we were winding down dinner, they seated a middle-aged woman at the table immediately next to ours, and I couldn't help wonder what her story could be. She ordered alone, she ate alone, and seemed perfectly content in this upscale restaurant. Seemed like a ...
... after lining up in bitterly cold subzero weather for 3 hours but it was worth it to see the Ugandan set parody of American Mormons 'saving Africans'. I'm guessing the guys who wrote it (who wrote South Park) had a similar moment as the one when we drove out of Gulu hospital: the sight of a bunch of Muzungo missionaries huddling and praying with the poorest of the poor Ugandans and the idiocracy of them needing more than bloody prayer, must be universal. Seeing religion in ...
... feelings that NYers would have had. We found the hardest part was listening to the recordings of phone calls passengers made to loved ones......just so tragic. It was emotionally exhausting.
We came back to the hotel to reflect on the day, then got ready for the Empire State Building. This is fantastic at night with amazing views. It is a spectacular view of a ...