Sunday, September 16, 2012
It was getting near dinner time, so we started looking for a motel for the night. We were near Lockport NY, so we decided to look there. We checked out the LOCKPORT INN & SUITES and decided to stay there. I thought it was a bit pricey at $89.00 but they gave us a break and charged $79.00. They had a lovely swimming pool, but it was too cool out to use. Our room had a queen size bed, mini-fridge, microwave oven , cable TV, free wireless internet. No continental breakfast was offered, but they did have coffee available in the morning in the Lobby.
Saturday September 16, 2012
After driving through New York State for most of the day, it was time to look for a place to stay for the night. We chose Malone and the ECONOLODGE as there was lots of take-out restaurants near-by. We ended up having Pizza from the Pizza Hut nearby.
The Motel consisted of three buildings and all had been renovated recently. We were in building #3.
Our room had two double beds, mini-fridge, microwave oven , cable TV, a table and free high-speed internet.
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
After a lovely day of travelling along Highway 20, it was time to look for a place to stay for the night. As we were near Albany, we decided to stay in Troy at the SUPER 8 Motel. The room had a mini-fridge, microwave, TV and Wi-Fi.
Continental breakfast included, coffee, bagels with cream cheese, yogurt, pastries, Raisin Bran cereal.
Monday September 3, 2012
After a pleasant day of driving through Ontario and New York, it was time to start looking for a place to stay for the night. We were on the #98 south in Batavia, NY. We decided to stay at the BUDGET INN as it was economical, had a continental breakfast and Wi-Fi for Hans.
The room had a Queen bed, mini-fridge, microwave,Cable TV and hair dryer.
Continental Breakfast was coffee, donuts, toast and jam, blueberry muffins, cereal.
This place puts you exactly one block from Times Square. I was walking distance from everything I wanted to do and see downtown. I was even walking distance to Penn Station.
There is a restaurant in here. The staff is excellent. I had no more than pulled out my camera to take a picture and the waiter offered to take my picture.
The rooms are small, which is typical in NYC. Ask for an external room. The center rooms look on to a really ugly center court.
A Midtown Luxury Hotel. Just right outside your door… fabulous shopping, the City’s finest eateries, museums, in a walking distance the bright lights of Broadway, and of course, nearby the Central Park.
Great hotel, that i was luky to stay there, as i was guest for bussines. As a single traveller, i can't aford it for sure !
A notice anyway: there is only free wi-fi in to the loby. You have to pay if you like to use it from your room! No so good for a status like this !
This hotel doesn't look that great from the outside and the inside hallways are dark, but the best part is that the rooms are decent, furnishings are modern-ish, and its clean. The bathroom however is a bit cramp. Overall, the service was good, the frontdesk was knowledgeable about the places we wanted to see and how to get there.
The best part about this place is 'location, location, location'. It's beside The Late Show with David Letterman, and a short walk to Time Square, restaurants, and the subway.
Wonderful accommodations, inexpensive and close to public transportation. The staff? FANTASTIC! The rooms are small, which might make some people unhappy. But seriously, who stays in their room while in NYC? Well, even if you do like staying in, there's a good variety of TV channels. Everything is new and clean. I can't say enough about how easy it is to get around from that location, since it's around the corner from Broadway.
The best part is that the financial district is dead on the weekend, so you get a really good night's sleep. I'd stay there again without question.
This is a great hotel that we have stayed in on 3 occassions now. The location is perfect if you are visiting NYC to shop, see the sights... 1 block from the heart of 5th avenue, a few blocks from times square and about the same to central park.
The style is very traditional New York, is full of charm and has great staff (they sent my wifes coat back to the UK for free after we left without it!)
Fantastic location and traditional NY style.
Top tip... expedia.co.uk (and maybe .com) do some very good deals on this hotel if you catch them at the right time. we always book this hotel with them and wait for the deals to come up (pay 3 nights, get 4th free, etc.) This is great because this hotel can be pretty expensive without the deals due to its popularity and location (the price rating below is based on the deal prices).
Given the location of the hotel and the thought that rooms are relaitvely small in NYC, our hotel was ok. The room was very small, there where few times that there was no room for shopping bags! However it was very clean and very functional. The matress of the bed was the best after 12 hours of walking.
new york city, being an expensive place to say, this was one of the cheapest 4 star hotels we could find. It is in a good location central to everything in new york city. very close to all the tourist attrations.
the staff were very helpful, there is a concierge that can get you tickets to various sports games or broadway shows. the bell boys will call a taxi for you if you need it, this can be hard with nyc being so busy on the streets.
I HAVE TO FOREWARN ANYONE TRAVELING TO NEW PALTZ NY. DO NOT STAY AT THE RODEWAY INN AND SUITES - 601 MAIN STREET NEW PALTZ NEW YORK. I HAVE HAD ONE HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE THERE WITH A STAFF MEMBER (HOTEL DESK CLERK). SHE WAS ARROGANT, RUDE AND EVIL. SHE CURSED ME OUT AND FOLLOWED ME THRU THE HOTEL IN A VERY THREATENING MANNER WHILE WITH MY 10 YEAR OLD CHILD. ALL BECAUSE I ASKED FOR A PILLOW THAT OUR ROOM WAS LACKING. WE PAID 143.00 FOR THE OVERNIGHT STAY IN THE QUEEN SIZE SUITE (NOT) THAT SLEPT 6 BUT ONLY CAME WITH 4 PILLOWS. WE ARE A FAMILY OF 5 AND NEEDED ONE MORE PILLOW. FOR SOME REASON THIS MADE THE CLERK ANNOYED AT ME. CONTINUING TO CURSE ME OUT (CALLING ME WHITE TRASH M^&ER F^&*ER) MY 10 YEAR OLD WAS REDUCED TO TEARS AND DEATHLY AFFRAID OF THE UPCOMING NIGHTS STAY.
DO YOURSELF A FAVOR, DO NOT STAY AT THIS HOTEL. THE ROOM WAS DIRTY AND LACKED ENOUGH TOWELS TO ADD TO THE PILLOW INCIDENT. I DARED NOT ASK FOR ANOTHER 2 TOWELS.
THERE IS NOTHING UNIQUE AT THE RODEWAY INN OTHER THAN THE ARROGANCE OF THE STAFF - WHICH YOU RARELY FIND IN THE HOTEL HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY.
S T A Y A W A Y F R O M R O D E W A Y !!!!
The location was really good. It was only 5 blocks from the end of the line in Queens for the subway. But it needs an over haul in a bad way. And good luck getting a clean room.
When I got there there was a newspaper and old key laying around in the room. There was an open bottle of shampoo in the tub area. Later I found the empty condom wrapper next to the bed.
The door jam to the bathroom did not work, as half of it was missing. The tile needs to be re grouted - there is water going down into the wall.
Staff was friendly. The restaurant is nice. (I don't understand how so many bars in NY can be without tap beer.)
I have book this place online 5 months ago. Besides I have special request like needed extra pillows since travel with my hubby and two kids, infect we were happy to find our request were fulfilled. The only sad back is the room does not have wi-fi. Others being very good and satisfactory. They let us check out at 3pm even though the that time the hotel is full.....Thanks Giving Parade were held at Time Square
Purchased in 1859 along with 1000 surrounding acres by William Letchworth, the building was further developed into a comfortable estate. Letchworth was responsible for saving the area from possible development by would-be power developers who hoped to dam the river in the gorge which would have inundated the falls. He had wanted to turn his home at his death into an orphanage, but with the threat from local power companies, he gave his home and lands - three years before his death in 1906 - to the State of New York for the development of what would become today’s State Park. The home has been restored into a period country inn - since 1914 - with lots of pictures relating back to the time when it was the Letchworth home. Rooms are small, but comfortable. There is only one television to be found in a common room on the third floor. The thunder of the waters of Middle Falls are ever-present. A nice on-site restaurant cinches the deal as do the verandah chairs out front where you can enjoy your post-prandial cigar in true Gilded Age style.
Waterfall, nice restaurant and great verandah.
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