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The Time Hotel Review: It's easy to miss this midtown hotel when walking by. From the sidewalk, you have to take the cargo-sized glass elevator up to the second floor. The lobby is chicly designed with a splash of 1970s kitsch. The bar around the corner (but still in the lobby) has mini televisions built into the wall. You'll also find TVs in the corridors. The 193 rooms are separated into three distinctive hues: red, blue and yellow. Take your pick when checking in. Accommodations are well-equipped with high-speed Internet access, mini-bars, fax machines, ergonomic work stations, Bose sound systems (with iPod docking stations) and cozy bathrobes. If you get hungry, check out Serafina Italian restaurant on the ground floor.