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Located between 8th Avenue and 29th Street in Manhattan. Small room with single bed. No ceiling, so you definitely need the ear plugs provided if you wanna sleep. Basic breakfast provided in a tinny breakfast bar. Only two showers in a male shared bathroom. Rated...More
First of all, i had a very warm welcome from the owner Chris, very friendly and enthusiastic about life and the way he runs his place. The facilities were as it was described and up to expectations. Cabins are cleaned and comfy, and by having...More
This place has two main dormitories which have independent rooms with a tiny bed and a tiny table. It's just big enough to store a suitcase and to lay down. The tops of the rooms are open (just a lattice above you) and the floor...More
The "rooms", but this is a big word a very small. The bed is not comfortable. You do not have a locker. Linen are not so clean and also the toilets. You need to clean them by your self if you whant to use them....More
Some people call this a hotel but I wouldn't it is definitely a hostel. On arrival I had read the reviews about the steep stairs, they were not kidding, if you have a case like I did, you will struggle a bit. Once you arrive...More
US$80 - US$294 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Home to hundreds of art galleries, beautiful brownstones, and one of New York’s newest and most popular attractions, Chelsea is one of the city’s jewels when it comes to neighbourhood life. The contemporary art scene is an integral part of the neighbourhood’s identity, with gallery openings almost every night of the week and countless exhibits to explore. As a longtime hub of gay culture in New York
City, it’s also a diverse district with a vibrant nightlife scene. The opening of the High Line, an abandoned elevated train track transformed into a world-class pedestrian park, gave this neighbourhood new life as a tourist destination. The High Line provides visitors with a tranquil, elevated space with incomparable views, providing an unparalleled way to experience the city.