This bargain-priced hotel is near it all.
Sandwiched between Central Park and the clamor of Midtown, this reasonably priced lodging is a bargain. Its location allows visitors to spend the day pounding the Fifth Avenue pavement or viewing art at the nearby Museum of Modern Art without straying too far from their beds. Built in 1942, the building was originally a private apartment complex before becoming a hotel. In fact, some permanent residents still reside in the building. There’s nothing extravagant about this place. It offers reliable rooms with basic services, which is exactly what its clientele wants. The corners are clean. The beds are comfortable. And the courteous and professional staff will gladly make dining recommendations for the area’s many restaurants. WiFi service is available for a fee.