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All reviews times square hi express free breakfast new york the breakfast area yogurt port authority breakfast staff rooms are small city view the empire state building penn station around the corner hell's kitchen few blocks cleaning staff hudson river
I had to make a last minute reservation for a business trip during the week of all of the UN meetings (and the city was booked!) I stayed here as the prices were very reasonable considering the situation. You could tell the hotel had been...More
REally impressed with this hotel and location. Staff was very friendly. Arrived early about 11 am, and were able to check right in. Rooms were small as expected for NYC, but very, very clean. No long wait for elevators, as posted before. Breakfast is repetitious,...More
First, the positives:
-My friend and I stayed at the Holiday Inn Express in Times Square in September for 3 nights. We booked the holiday through expedia.ca and got a great rate by booking our flights and the room together (it cost about $630CAD for...More
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Yes, the breakfast area is awash with plastic plates and cutlery. Very wasteful IMO but there you go. If you want to eat there, go very early. Otherwise it's a zoo of people loading up for and drinks, looking for a place to... More
Yes, the breakfast area is awash with plastic plates and cutlery. Very wasteful IMO but there you go. If you want to eat there, go very early. Otherwise it's a zoo of people loading up for and drinks, looking for a place to sit, juggling for positions around the food offerings, and dumping their garbage. If I went back I'd buy some croissants from the French bakery around the corner and make coffee in my room. Or go elsewhere.