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All reviewsmadison square gardenpenn stationhi expressnew yorkthe breakfast areatimes squarefree breakfastbagelsrooms are smallthe empire state buildingtea coffeefront desk staffstayed here for nightsfew blocksconvenient locationaround the cornerbusiness center
My husband and I came to this hotel a year ago and noticed some problems: two elevators and one of them was broken, and housekeeping rooms was poor.
However it is well located and we came back this week, but after three days we changed...More
We really liked it here -- it has everything you could want in a NYC hotel -- quiet, enough space for the two of us, a basically roomy (again, by NYC standards) bathroom, and attentive and friendly staff. It's a good location, too, just a...More
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Response from MiHann, other at Holiday Inn Express New York City - ChelseaResponded 30 January 2018
Thank you kindly for taking the time to share your feedback. We are delighted to hear how you enjoyed our location, staff, and rooms. We hope you will join us again next time you're in New York City.
Anais - front desk
Stayed there 3 nights last week and really enjoyed the location near Madison square garden and Penn station. The hotels elevator can get crowded and slow, but the great staff makes up for it.
Room is fairly spacious with all amenities necessary for a great...More
Now we all know rooms are small but what a great stay , the stay was great the rooms were warm and welcoming , staff was nice friendly and rooms are clean ! I asked a lot of question about things and they were around...More
I had booked a room for 4 nights here. It specifically was a King Bed Room with a Jacuzzi (there were only 2 rooms that had these as it was a bit special). At check-in I was told that I couldn't get this room, because...More
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