0.22km from Ajisai Japanese RestaurantLocated in the theater district, very close to Times Square and various theaters, surrounded by bars and restaurant streets, it is very lively at night. During my stay, I asked for a quiet room (the first floor is not facing the street, outside the windows are all equipment such as air conditioners), also There was no weekend, so overall it was not noisy. The bar next door was a bit noisy on Thursday, until about 12 o'clock in the evening.
Speaking of the hotel itself, the rooms are decorated in French style, and the sanitary conditions are not as good as those of brand hotels. The bath towels are relatively old. The bedding did not feel very clean and the skin was itchy. The bathroom is very small and compact, especially the small washbasin (the smallest among the hotels I have ever stayed in) is not easy to use. The hotel’s breakfast is not bad, in the self-operated bar downstairs, there are not many varieties but not unpalatable.
Judging from the bill, the tax on Manhattan hotels is too high, exceeding 20%.
In short, B&B-type hotels are better than brand hotels in their individuality, but there is still a gap in service details.