If you are looking for a modern, sterile hotel room, Stay the Night is not for you. If you are looking for genuine old world NY charm, then it's definitely for you. Amazing location on the upper east side, steps from Central Park. The property has been subdivided into a number of apartments (ours was the Madeline Suite), each retaining the furnishings and character of another time. Makes you feel as if you are living as a wealthy New Yorker in the 1930s. Comfortable, private (we didn’t see any of the other guests during our 4 day stay), with an elegance of a time gone by. Robin was an unobtrusive host, but readily available if needed. Big living/sleeping area; small area for microwave, fridge, and drip-filtered coffee; big bathroom with toilet, shower, and bath tub. Close to shops, subway (96th and Lexington), and retaurants (Sarabeth's on Madison between 93rd and 92nd was great; their Warm Raspberry Bread Pudding might sound a bit mundane, but it was the best dessert we have ever eaten).
And after all that, it's inexpensive by NY standards. Stay the Night rocks! Thoroughly recommended and definitely our first choice for next visit to New York.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Permanently closed. Thank you for the many great years! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Stay The Night Inc. Hotel New York City