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The lobby looks beautiful but it can't help my experience staying at this hotel No AC, my room even don't have a ceiling fan and I have to request a fan. The photo of the lobby is trying to seduce us to think the hotel is that good but it is NOT. The room is small, old although the shared bathroom is quite clean ( better than the private one) We got a room with private bathroom so the room is so small and we don't even have enough space to walk. The bathroom is really old although clean
Nice staff, good location, very clean, hip vibes
+ Convenient location near 1 line or just a bit further to B and C lines + Locker was larger enough for 1 backpack, a grocery bag of stuff, and a medium-sized duffel bag. And still extra room, too! + All staff I encountered were really nice and helpful! + I left my pants in the shower stall for probably over 12 hours and they ended up in the lost and found. What a bonus! + Chargers *inside* the lockers and near the bed are super helpful and pretty safe
Great place to stay if you are traveling alone to NYC Na
you expect little of a hostel in N-Y city and this one made the $40 a lot more than just a night in a budget accomodation! I have been in far more expensive hostels in the City and they are no match for this one. Definitely recommended.
Location is great for ne I don't remember the last time I overheard that many people complained that the staff really don't care. It felt like the staff were just there to collect their paycheck and it's a job they really don't care about as they have something better to do
location The horrible staff that "blacklisted" me being a New York state resident. I was also unimpressed by the clogged toilets full of feces and the obvious hard drug use among the staff. They seemed to make a sport out of making guests feel and unwelcome and intimidated; as if I was checking in as an inmate. "Blacklist" or not, I would rather sleep in the snow than come back here.
There were some kind of blood mark in one of the bed sheets.Also found one spider in the corner of the room. Except these two remaining everything was above expectations.
The friendly ppl who work there great atmosphere felt like a home away from home Nope
dirty, smelly, discusting
I stayed in many hostels before but this was by far the worst. It looked like an odinary resident house was remodelled to be a hostel, so for example in the kitchen some beds were separated only by a curtain. And the bathroom was really tiny for all the rooms. The rooms were really hot with poor conditioning. The matresses look filthy, in yellow spots over, the linen looked the same. Overall, a really bad experience except for the Super 8 reception and airport shuttle. Rooms, bathroom, linen etc
Very near jfk It was written that bf was included, I needed to pay 5 usd extra!
It was very nice, that you have computer at the hostel + TV + it's 3min from subway. It was a litle bit uncomfortable to know, that any body who knows the pass for intrance in your hostel (when I was trying to get inside the gay from second flor from the same building told me that pass) can get in it.
Wifi and even a a computer with guest account provide internet access. There's a fridge too. Beyond that, beds ad narrow rooms n a very basic state. Even if decently cleaned, it looks miserable. AirCond very noisy but not effective.
There is nothing that I liked about this hostel. I had a lay over of 10 hours at JFK and I didn't want to spend the night at the airport.... But after I arrived to the hostel I felt that I should have stayed at the airport. The pictures they show on the website are a total lie. There is no free breakfast and they charged me 10 dollars for the shuttle, when the site says its free...I wouldn't call it a Hostel. It's a two bedroom small apartment behind the Super 8 Motel. The staff was rude and unfriendly. The sheets had hair strands all over, there is no kitchen, and is very hard to sleep with all the noise coming from the upstairs apartments and the ones next door...
The close proximity to Manhattan (i.e. the short trip from the Roosevelt subway stop) and the low nightly rate are the most attractive features of the Kamay Lodge. The rooms were not spotless but were surprisingly cleaner than I expected. I still brought my sleeping bag and placed it on top of the bedding. The neighborhood is super sketchy.
staff very courteous and effective. Rooms had Wi-Fi very, very shabby
Location is very good The front desk staff are far from been friendly The bed is very small The restroom and the bathroom accessory are in very poor condition. Water pressure is low and the temperature of it vary from ice cold to burning hot without touching the faucets
I planned a trip to NYC but my accommodation fell through at the last minute, so I booked a room with the NY Moore simply because it was the cheapest that I could find. I am so glad that I picked it, for a hostel it is very good indeed. The room that I stayed in was very spacious and clean (apart from a bit of dust on the skirting boards), the bathroom was spotless. The staff are very friend and helpful, and it is very near to quite a few subways; easy access to the city. I most definitely recommended The room that I was shown to by a member of staff the was not made up before I arrived, i had to wait outside the room until the maids were finished.
I liked: 1- parking ease 2- proximity to everything 3- facilities (lounge and common area and coffee) 4- comfortable bed I disliked: 1- internet sucks! 2- staff can be irritating sometimes 3- one of my roomies smelled really bad. Made it tough to sleep 4- lockers could be converted to coded locks to avoid having to bring own padlock.