Hotel Deauville - Shared Bath

2.5 out of 5 stars2.5 Stars

103 East 29th Street, New York City, New York, 10016, United States

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87%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
27%
60
Very Good
44%
98
Average
16%
37
Poor
5%
13
Terrible
5%
11

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 16% higher than other 2.5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples79
  • Solo66
  • Business66
  • Rabbityama's Profile Photo

    Affordable NYC Hotel

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    Hotel Deauville is a nice hotel located near the Empire State Building. The rooms have a retro sort of feel with the pink bathroom and traditional bathtub. They are spacious enough and the beds are comfortable. The staff is extremely helpful! If you have questions or want to go somewhere, they really do their best to help you. It is also one of the most affordable accommodations in the area, and that's important when you know you'll be paying about $20 for most of the city's attractions!

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    Not so Great Hotel in New York

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    Good location, only few minutes walk to from The Empire State Building however the Hotel itself was not great. It was very clean and warm (as it needed to be as we went in December when the weather was freezing!!) and had en suite and T.V. in room, but there was no bar or restaurant at all which was a bit of a pain as you couldn't even get a cup of coffee in the mornings before venturing out. The hotel was very old also and had not been re-decorated in years i'd say!

    Unique Quality: Just in a good location and did'nt break the bank!

    Directions: Close to Empire State Building

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    Very good value accommodation!!

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    Well, my girlfriend and I spent 5 nights in this hotel and were both completely satisfied with it. It cost us £350 for a double room for the stay (which is cheap for New York) and to be honest we weren't expecting it to be a great place. On the contrary!: the staff were friendly, the room cleaned every day, with new bedding, towels etc. The hotel has real character too! - really old building with manual lift (elevator), wonky furniture etc, but this just added to our enjoyment.
    What a location as well! - We walked everywhere from this hotel.
    We also took advantage of the hotel having no food available so that we could experience a variety of the food outlets in midtown.

    Directions: 29th Street, just off Park Avenue. I took a bus from the airport to Grand Central Station ($12)and walked about 20 minutes to the hotel down Park Avenue.

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brilliant value

by A TripAdvisor Member

My friend and I stayed in the hotel Deauville on our recent trip to New York. Wanting to spend the minimum on a hotel and the maximum on shopping we opted for this hotel. From the minute we arrived to the minute we left the staff were not only friendly but very, very helpful. We expected that it would be a shed considering the low price we payed to stay there but much to our surprise it was not only lovely but soooooo clean. I would say it was even cleaner than certain famous five star hotels I have stayed in before. the bedding and towels andbathroom were both clean and extremely fresh. The location is good too only walking distance from the empire States building. For anyone on a budget or just wanting a great location without paying the earth, this hotel is for you. I would DEFINITELY stay there again

Not a lot of Dough-ville

by A TripAdvisor Member

Stayed here December 2004. The hotel itself is very well located. We found the staff to be helpful on the whole, but not as helpful as some reviewers have commented; for example, we didn't get any help flagging a taxi to the airport or carrying out our bags. Our room was very basic but it was clean, comfortable and cheap. We had a sink in the room but we had to share a bathroom, which was the only major flaw to our stay; the nearest toilet/shower was the next floor up and this was not always particularly clean. To anyone considering staying at the Deauville we would strongly recommend that you pay extra for an ensuite bathroom; if we stayed here again we definitely would. Overall, however, the price and location made up for any reservations; the Deauville is definitely worth considering if you are on a budget.

NYC 2005

by A TripAdvisor Member

got here on 21st of jan just in time for the blizzard. great location real mid town 10 mins from empire state. staff very helpful and friendly. rooms are ok and its cheap and you get what you pay for. i would stay there again though. people who complain should stay in better hotels and be willing to pay the increased prices. this is definately worth the rates that they charge.

Perfect!

by A TripAdvisor Member

First, I'll be clear - We're budget travelers with two kids. We were in New York for Presidents' Day weekend. We were lucky to find this place, and it was perfect for our needs - inexpensive, very well located, everything clean and in working order, very friendly staff. The hotel is very basic, with no perks. We were fortunate to get a suite with a kitchenette and a bathroom. And we could see the Empire State Building out our window, which thrilled our son. And yes, the old elevator with operator is very cute. Definitely recommended for the family and/or budget traveler.

Adventures in plumbing

by A TripAdvisor Member

We booked this hotel as part of a package deal so didn't know what to expect. The travel rep said the hotel was simple, clean and safe...which seemed fair enough since we didn't intend to spend too much time in the room. Having subsequently read some of the reviews on this site my expectations plunged! As it turned out they plunged a bit too far.
The room on the 7th floor was small but contained two modest double beds..which were very comfortable. The linen was changed daily and was always fresh and clean. The room itself defined the term 'bland' having whitewashed walls, a worn carpet and three nondescript prints. The furniture was light and modern in style but somewhat worn and rickety. The TV, which should actually have been in the Smithonian museum, was balanced precarioulsy on a very shaky stand, but worked okay. The room, which was always pleasantly warm, was at the rear of the hotel and had one small window that looked out on to a wall about 10 feet away. The sound proofing quality of the room was virtually non existant and I can certainly attest to fact that the couple in the room next to ours enjoyed themselves in the early hours. Another drawback was pidgeons!...sitting on the window ledges and cooing loudly at first light (or whatever noise it is that pidgeons make)...when I mentioned this to the receptionist on the following morning I was told..'hey, that's life in New York'...so no chance of being moved to a new room then because of pidgeons. As it happened we were moved to a new room on night two, because the the lights in our original room decided not to work.
The new room was at the front of the building and had actual daylight and a view!...but that's when we found out about the ineffectual double glazing and the non stop noise from the street, which made it really difficult to sleep. So when we were told that the lights had been fixed and we would be moving back to our original room, that was fine by me. And last but not least..the plumbing...the seemingly original plumbing! The shower was the equivalent of a garden hose pipe without the sprikler head and for hot water to come through it had to be left on for at least 3 to 5 minutes...and then had an interesting habit of turning cold just after shampoo had been applied to hair. The WC required flushing several times to clear...I'll say no more!
The hotel staff were informal and friendly. No problems there.
On the whole our 'hotel experience' at the Deauville was just about acceptable...but not one to be repeated!

Quaint

by TripAdvisor Member aintnorock

In New York City, you don't always get what you pay for, but the Deauville is an exception - you get what you pay for and more. An old, small, hotel with an 85 year old elevator complete with elevator operator, 24 hours a day. We had a room with two queen beds and a private bath, a large bath by most NY standards. I've paid 50% more than the $145 we paid, and received much, much less. It was very clean, but few amenities - no hair dryer, no shampoo, no Kleenex. It did have cable TV.

My only real complaint was no air conditioning - I would probably not choose to stay there in the summer, but on a cool spring night, it was delightful. The staff was American and very friendly. Several restaurants within a few blocks (we ate at Belvedere Italian, around the corner on 3rd Ave. at 30th). No doorman, but it took all of 15 seconds to grab a cab at the front door.

Overall, a nice place to stay - I'd consider staying there again.

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 Hotel Deauville - Shared Bath

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Address: 103 East 29th Street, New York City, New York, 10016, United States