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A spacious New York City hotel with all the comforts of home and a location in the heart of the city that never sleeps, is a dream come true. Expansive apartment-style suites feature fully outfitted kitchens with a stove, oven, microwave, dishwasher and kitchenware for up to six people. The Best Western Plus Hospitality House dishes up complimentary breakfast daily. Enjoy piping hot eggs and waffles, cereals and yogurts, fruits, pastries, juices and 100% Arabica coffee. Best Western Plus Hospitality House has you covered. No other New York City hotel can compete with these oversized rooms, gre...More details
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Great family hotel.
Reviewed 30 november, 2021
Many NYC hotel options were well beyond on budget. Not so with the BWP Hositality House. Had spacious 2 bedroom room in a great Manhattan location that let us walk to all the sights. Highly recommend it.
Best Best Western to use, avoid BW Herald Square
Reviewed 29 november, 2021
Excellent location and amenities. Kind staff, room well stocked and comfortable. The BW Hospitality House is the best one to use in this area. On this same trip I also stayed at the BW Herald Square due to using up covid credits. The Herald Square is rating as premiere is dishonest, no amenities, staff made many mistakes, a badly operated hotel. This Hospitality House was great!
Great stay, large room. Family vacation
Reviewed 17 october, 2021
We cannot say enough about staff here! They all get an”A” rating! It’s the difference between a good stay and a great stay! Room huge by New York standards, w/ kitchen, living/dining area w/seating for 6, king &queen bedrooms, plenty of closet space throughout. Breakfast was standard hotel fare, again, staff being the silver lining! Due to Covid-19 precautions we were asked to eat in room when hotel was busy, which I actually preferred anyway.
Excellent 3 star accommodations in Manhattan.
Reviewed 1 october, 2021
My wife and I vacation in NYC every year. We usually go to a budget hotel with highly efficient rooms, but this was the first year we took our son (1 year old), and a tiny hotel room wasn't going to cut it. After searching long and hard, we landed on this hotel because they basically offered 1 bedroom apartments with a separate bedroom, living room, and full kitchen. This was SO helpful with a baby. It was easy to prepare snacks for the day, give the baby space to run around, and give my wife and I our own separate space to spend time while the baby was sleeping. The location in midtown was great. We were able to walk to almost everywhere. There was good dining in the area, though for some reason, you had to walk like 10 blocks to find a food cart to scratch that late night itch. Oh well, can't blame the hotel for this. The hotel really is a solid 3 star hotel. You won't have all the amenities of a 4 or 5 star hotel, but you shouldn't expect to. What you do get is way more space than most hotels in NYC, where you're basically left alone, which is my preference. There are a few things I could point out that could have been better (e.g. I'm tall and there were clearly some places that were getting cleaned by shorter staff), but overall I was extremely satisfied. I'm sure I'll be vacationing in NYC again next year, and assuming I can get a decent price, I'm very likely to stay here again.
Good solution for a family
Reviewed 24 september, 2021
My grown daughter, husband and I just spent 7 nights at this hotel for a long overdue vacation. It was great having separate rooms and even 2 TVs. The location is pretty quiet and just a few blocks to the subway. Many decent/good restaurants on 3rd Ave and Ess-a-Bagel is super close. The trip was made extra exciting because President Biden was literally staying around the corner at the Intercontinental Hotel. I have never seen so many secret service and police roaming around in my life. Our street was partially blocked off because of the president's visit. I want to give a special shout out to Mr. Luna who was at the front desk when we checked in and was there when we checked out. Very helpful. Got us a ride to the airport. Which considering how many streets in our area were blocked off - that was an accomplishment. He was really nice and just kept saying he was just doing his job. Some of the other staff on the front desk were terrible. Literally never ever looked up or acknowledged us over the week we stayed there. When you consider that "the lobby" is literally the size of a corridor - means there is no way they could of missed us walking by. My only criticism of the room is the following: the air conditioning units appear to be old and were so damn noisy we kept them off at night. Further frustrating was the fact that most of the large windows are nailed shut. Could only open a few of them a couple of inches. Led to some very warm/hot nights while trying to sleep. Get new air conditioning units and all would be great at this hotel.