Allerton

302 West 22nd Street, New York City, New York, 10011, United States
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Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by clareabee

Hi Guys,

Does anybody have any knowledge of Staybridge Suites in New York? The reviews on trip advisor seem quite good but just wondered if anybody had any experience/thoughts, pros/cons of the place - location etc?

Thanks in advance
C

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by zuriga

I think the location is OK. It's certainly close to the theatres and not a long walk to most anything in the midtown area. It's a fairly commercial area, but so are a lot of others in Manhattan. :-)

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by clareabee

thank you - yes the area doesn't seem too bad - i think many places in NYC are busy - the hotel i think is new

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by travelmad478

Staybridge Suites is the lowest level brand of the Priority Club hotel group (the next level up is Holiday Inn Express, then Holiday Inn, then Crowne Plaza, then Intercontinental). It is not luxurious, but it will be clean and comfortable.

This particular hotel is not quite in Times Square, but they call it that because it sounds better than calling it Port Authority Bus Station, which is what it's closest to. There are three new-ish hotels right next to each other on that block, all chain properties, and all pretty decent. I stayed in one of them about 18 months ago but I can't remember which one it was! Anyway, anything that new will be OK, so I would trust the TripAdvisor reviews.

The neighborhood is not very attractive, nor is it quiet, but it is very close to the subway and a few blocks from Times Square. It is very easy to get anywhere from there.

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by clareabee

thanks for that travelmad...it is a tough call - you don't spend much time in your hotel when on vacation but do you use the money you save for other things or book a more luxurious hotel - decisions decisions! Also looking at the Affinia Dumont which seems to have good reviews too.

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by travelmad478

I would pick any Affinia over any Staybridge Suites. Affinia's rooms are much better appointed. I love that hotel group.

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by clareabee

we stayed at the Affinia Manhattan last year and it was lovely - not very fancy (well the lobby was amazing!) but staff were wonderful, location was great - cool bar next door....hmmm perhaps I will stay at the Dumont!

Thanks for the advice - its always better to get somebody who knows a city to give a real insight!

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by zuriga

I can attest to travelmad knowing a lot about Manhattan. :-) Her word can be trusted, and we happen to be friends in real life, too, thanks to VT!

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by travelmad478

:-)

I have never actually lived in Manhattan, but I grew up nearby, I'm there several times a month for work, and my sister has lived there for the past 25 years so I spend a lot of time there doing normal resident stuff also. If you need hotel recommendations for Midtown, particularly Midtown East, I think I've stayed at all of them! (well, not quite, but almost)

Re: Staybridge Suites New York - anybody know of them?

by clareabee

thanks travelmad :-) that is really helpful! yes spending a lot of time there as a visitor for work pleasure and otherwise def. makes you an expert!

Travel Tips for New York City

Skyscrappers

by Pedralho

Dunkin donuts, MoMA, Guggenheim, Empire State Building, Central Park, China Town, Tribeca, Park Avenue, Union Square, Peer 17, United Nations, Brooklyn Bridge, oof come on... Dunkin donuts, MoMA, Guggenheim, Empire State Building, Central Park, China Town, Tribeca, Park Avenue, Union Square, Peer 17, United Nations, Brooklyn Bridge, would need a daytime to mention

Bodegas

by chodearm

Bodeagas are spanish owned and operated corner delis. They are in almost every neighborhood and happen to be the peak of efficiency. They are usually opened real late or 24 hours. Pictured isn't the usual decoration of a bodega I just liked their overhang. A bodega usually has a stock yellow and red sign that all suppossedly purchased from the same supplier. The Beer! I guess Cigs.

I was brave enough to get to...

by SunnyIsle

I was brave enough to get to New York by taking Amtrak (the railway) from Miami. It was in April at the end of winter so it was a marvellous experience of getting a taste of the south states. I recommend that for a family trip go the Amtrak way. The Empire State Building - a must-see and climb in New York

New York City: Empire State...

by DomLewenz

New York City: Empire State building. Gives a very good idea of the scale and energy of New York - and a fantastic view!
Upstate: Try seeing Albany at night from a distance, especially the Rokafeller egg, amazing. Also, a visit to satatoga state race track is nice in season.

Chinatown

by seagoingJLW

Starting on Canal Street , Chinatown businesses come outside the storefronts and set up on the sidewalks. There are many rare and unusual foods and remedies to be bought.

There are around 300 restaurants along the crowded streets of Chinatown. Confucious Plaza comes complete with a statue of Confucious.

There is also a Buddhist Temple to visit. And gift shops galore.

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