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Das Astor On The Park befindet sich in einem restaurierten historischen Gebäude direkt am Central Park an der Upper West Side in Manhattan. Es ist ideal für preisbewusste Geschäfts- und Urlaubsreisende. Die 112 gemütlichen Zimmer sind modern eingerichtet und bieten Annehmlichkeiten, die ungewöhnlich in dieser Preisklasse sind, darunter Klimaanlage, CD-Player, ein Fernseher mit hauseigenem Filmprogramm und gratis Pflegeartikeln. Das Personal des Astor On The Park bietet einen persönlichen Service, die Rezeption ist 24 Stunden geöffnet – ideal für Reisende die spät ankommen. Das Business-Center im Haus bietet Computer, Drucker und Fax-Service, Gäste können gegen einen Aufpreis auch das W-LAN benutzen. Kinder jeden Alters sind im Astor On The Park willkommen und Familien werden sich besonders über die kleine Gemeinschaftsküche im Erdgeschoss freuen, wo Gäste kleine Speisen oder eine Tasse Kaffee zubereiten können.
Die Lage in Manhattan, umgeben von Cafés und kleinen Delis machen das Astor On The Park zu einem idealen Ausgangspunkt, um Manhattan zu entdecken. Wie der Name schon sagt, liegt der weltberühmte Central Park direkt auf der anderen Straßenseite, mit seinen Attraktionen wie Central Hill und Lasker Eislaufbahn und Pool. Auch mit öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln kann die Stadt leicht erkundet werden, denn es liegen gleich zwei U-Bahnstationen in fußläufiger Entfernung zum Hotel.
Pretty comfortable bed.
Morning coffee in the lobby would have been nice.
The bathroom was recently renovated and the room was neat and clean. Mattress was firm but comfortable. It was relatively quiet at night so you could sleep well. The location was great. Right on Central Park West and around the corner from my daughters apartment.
The room had a noisy air conditioner that didn't work well. The elevator was not working ( thank goodness I was only on the 4th floor).
Great location with easy subway access. Good value for the money in regards to securing lodging in NYC. Staff was friendly and polite.
Rooms are a bit small for other travelers and I would not recommend as lodging with/for children.
Clean, great location, inexpensive, nice staff.
Minor issues: Internet cost $10 per device per night. TV arrangement - difficult to view.
I'm not certain why this hotel has a decent rating on trip advisor. Walking into this hotel made us feel like we were stars in a feature horror film, and it just got worse from there. Had we not been exhausted and checking in late, we certainly would have left, but decided to stay out of convienence. Big mistake. I love feeling like I'm going to get bed bugs. The first night was okay. Our window had no sunlight, the room was the as cramped as one could imagine. I've never been to jail, but it probably feels better than this place. The only nice thing I could say is that the bathrooms were okay. The next day we carried all of our valuables with us rather than leaving any to be stolen. The next night, we woke up to a pounding knock at 2:30 in the morning. Not once, but twice. My boyfriend looked out to see a rather large, un-uniformed man carrying towels. I don't know who takes a shower at 2:30 in the morning and decided they need towels - seems quite odd to me. We didn't answer the door. When I called the front desk, the man was as rude as could be. I was certainly inconviencing him - he said he "told the man to deliver the towels to a seperate room and they most have knocked on the wrong door. Sorry." The funny thing is - there is only one man working at the hotel. Following the 2:30AM knock, we were ready to convince ourselves everything was okay and just to go back to sleep, when another "guest" started angrily stomping up and down the hallways. Time and time again. And then an awful lot of pounding several room down. My mind could come up with a few potential scenarios - none of which I was comfortable with. We packed up and left for the airport then and there. Scariest night I've ever spent in a hotel. I would avoid this hotel at all costs.
Bathtub had mildew.
Great location, close to subway. Great value of money for Manhattan when compared with hotels with similar price range. Staff was very friendly too.
In a bad weather, rooms are generally cold, but you can get a heater or extra blanket if you ask for it.
People were polite and nice. Great location and great price. Room are just clean enough and small but in NYC it is expected.
Noise throughout the whole night (plumbing, heater), had to change room because of a flooding issue. Without the noise it would have been a great deal. But when you cannot sleep at all (and we can sleep through some noise), it is just not worth it.
Got a $100 room so it's a good deal. The staff is great and the bed was actually really comfortable.
The rooms are a little tired and the building's a bit old, but, again, a solid deal for a NYC hotel.
Just location. It is close to Central Park.
Room was small, there was no cable ( regular antenna TV), no breakfast, no free internet. The heater was not working so they had mobile oil heater put in room, shower was not working properly and I had to play with it continuously with it to take shower. overall it is not worth staying here for lesser money.
The heater would not work in my room and after many attempts to fix it, it would work for 10 minutes, then crap out again. Miserable and cold in the middle of February
If you are looking for somewhere inexpensive and you only plant to use the room to sleep and shower, I think it is worth it. The building and rooms are outdated and small, but I liked the location and was not in the room very long. I would stay again if seeing a show at the Apollo Theater.
Damp carpet and no hit water to shower in the morning.
The hotel was dirty and had a strange odor. The desk lady was very rude, especially when we tried to check out early. We googled the property and the first thing that came up was bed bugs. The room looked like a hostel. We had to change rooms because the first room had a doorknob that wouldn't turn.
- cannot tell you anything about this hotel as they changed our reservation st the last minute because of over booking problems.
That we got a call the day before saying the hotel was overbooked and they had moved our reservation. The new hotel was fine, probably better, but it was on the opposite end of the city we needed to be at which made for unexpected and unwanted hectic city travel. They did not even give us an option of hotels, they just said, " oops, they are overbooked and you are now in this one."
The staff there are really nice and make me feel like at home
The location and staff at Astor on the Park made it the perfect place to stay. It was A short walk to the subway and in a safe neighborhood. The bathrooms had been recently remodeled and were very nice. The staff was always helpful and friendly. It was a great value for what we paid!
The building is very dated but has been kept well. The air conditioner in our room could not keep up with the hot temperatures outside. The elevator was small and cramped. It was also very slow. We were on the fourth floor and used the stairs most of the time.
You pay for what you get. This is definitely a budget hotel but it's clean and the location was ok. Would of preferred to be more downtown but was not willing to pay for it. This hotel is in a residential area so it's nice and quiet. The staff was always so helpful. I would def stay again.
Slow elevators. No drink machines - come prepared for that
Location was great - two blocks from major subway lines, right across the street from Central Park. The air conditioner kept the place cool. It was clean and bathroom facilities are newer and worked well. It was quiet. Staff was friendly and helpful.
Daily charge for wi-fi, no fridge, no breakfast or coffee, no access to printer except by paying by the minute for in-house computers. Mattresses must be older because there was a pronounced angle and we kept rolling towards the middle.
The AC was weak.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. The location was great, right on Central Park and easy to walk or cab to. The view from my room was amazing, looking right to downtown. The bathroom was spacious, and the bed was comfortable.
The room was a little cold, and when the wind blew, I could feel the room shake. However, it was a corner room on the 10th floor so I was not complaining.
The M10 Bus stops right in front of the Hotel and a Subway station is just 3 short blocks south.
The location of Astor on the Park made getting around easy. Wonderful to be across the street from Central Park. Located close to two metro stops with direct lines to Penn, Times Square, Financial district, and easy walking distance to good restaurants. Staff is accommodating and quick to offer suggestions, like the best Thai restaurant and pizza nearby. The rooms are small, simple, clean.
There is no coffee in the room or in the lobby. There are coffee places, like Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts, about 3 or 4 blocks away. But, when it's really cold (we stayed in February) it is not fun to have to run out first thing in the morning to get coffee.
The price was lower than I ever expected to find in Manhattan. The room was clean, location convenient to all transportation, area safe, decent sized bathroom, comfortable bed. No complaints.
Room was tiny but at that price I wasn't expecting opulence.
the location was super, the train station is only 1 block away and the bed was bery confort . i'll recoment this hotel to all my family and friend !!!! A+ for the money :)
Clean, fairly quiet, affordable, and easy to get to.