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This comfortable hotel is in Upper West Side. A total of 117 117 are available for guests' convenience at Belnord. Belnord offers Wi-Fi internet connection in communal areas. null can enjoy the convenience of 24-hour reception.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
We'll be coming here again
Reviewed 6 november, 2021
I'm currently staying it's OK at this hotel. The staff is excellent: professional and courteous. They are very clear about COVID roles, which I appreciate. It's so cozy, I will be sure to stay here again. Oh: and ANY HOTEL that opens up their doors to the homeless (even in circumstances where they were told to) is EXCELLENT in my book.
Reviewed 7 august, 2020
Do not stay here. It has been used as a homeless shelter for drug addicts for the past few months. It's not safe. They hang out on the sidewalk doing drugs and drinking. This is paid for by the city. Google it. It's all there. I can't imagine the state of the rooms now.
Reviewed 6 august, 2020
This hotel was converted into a homeless hotel. The hotel "guests" are homeless, and drug addicts. Reports of OD's and bed bugs are public knowledge in NYC. Do not stay here. The dirt and filth are beyond tolerable. Either stay home or stay someplace else.
CLOSED! Now a homeless shelter
Reviewed 18 june, 2020
We've stayed here about 5 times, love the hotel and neighborhood feel. We were looking forward to coming back but my booking was cancelled without explanation and after doing some research it's rented out as a city homeless shelter. I called and they confirmed. No word on refunds or reservations.
Not good for light sleepers
Reviewed 1 march, 2020
This hotel is great in terms of location and I do think that New York has so many things to do and see that it isn't necessary to be in your room that much. That being said, there is no insulation between the rooms. As an example, I could hear the person in the next room flicking through their TV at 1am. Also, any movement in the corridor is very loud, such as the cleaning staff at 8am the next day. If you can sleep through anything/are ok with earplugs then maybe you will be ok. The bedroom isn't large and the bathroom is tiny but it will be fine if you're by yourself. Personally, I would advise spending an extra $25 for a better hotel.