Great value on the single private rooms. I love no tv in room.
Excellent location when using Public Transportation to get around NYC. The Hotel should provide a Microwave Oven for the guests who may wish to warm up their food especially in cold weather.
Look like the floors haven’t been mopped or n days. No tv no washing machines I can only eat in da lobby and tha parking is horrible
Everything is fine. The room and restrooms are clean. Because of COVID-19, I stayed alone.
It was really close to Central Park and we loved that. But the room was too small.
The Central Park West Hostel was a pleasant surprise. Abundant hot water and pressure, clean bathrooms and rooms, not all that noisy, and a great location for multiple public transportation options. The building itself is a little rough looking and the neighborhood too, but don't be fooled, it's ...
Lovely staff from check-in to security to passing cleaners in the hall. All so lovely. Room and shared bathrooms where clean and I had no issues being disrupted by other guests. I did have the issue of VERY loud banging pipes which I was aware of thanks to other reviews so was prepared for but couldnt ...
It was a tiny room no TVs,and they offered towels no rags. Worst ever they have bedbugs!! If it wasn’t freezing I wouldn’t check in. I was disappointed never again!
Actual space was not like what was listed, very noisey and tight quarters.
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