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The Garment District, also called the Fashion District, is in Midtown Manhattan, south of Times Square and west of the Empire State Building. Madison Square Garden, Penn Station, and Herald Square are also located here.
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Best Value Hotels Garment District
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"The hotel room was small but fine. There were restaurants nearby on 9th Avenue. Not happy about the surprise "facilities" fee.2017-04-13"
"Good location and reasonably priced. A beautiful old hotel, and the front desk clerk was personable. But then we got stuck in the elevator; it went up and down, but the door wouldn't open until we pushed the "Door Open" button repeatedly. If you're willing to give up room size, modern amenities, and quiet nights, this might be the place for you.2015-07-25"
"Great location. Hotel was quaint but clean. Room needed updating, but the big bathtub was wonderful. Staff was friendly and helpful. Didn't like the amenities fee I had to pay, even though I didn't use the amenities.2015-03-12"
Not pet friendly
- no pets allowed. - Feb 2015 Most Recent HotelGuides ReviewsRead >
"The location was perfect. We've stayed here numerous times, but our king suite was much larger than we expected. Valet parking was $70 for oversized vehicles.2019-08-27"
"Our hotel room on the 6th floor was clean, quiet, secure, and comfortable. Awesome customer service. Leave your car parked and go into the city.2016-04-05"
"Less than 2 blocks from Penn Station. The room was small but well-appointed, and had everything I needed. Lovely tile work in the lobby. Most importantly, this hotel was quiet. Pack light, there's not much room for multiple suitcases.2015-07-25"
Pet friendly hotel
- allows pets up to 25 pounds - $50 per night fee for each pet. - Jul 2019 < Less Most Recent HotelGuides ReviewsRead >
"My stay was terrible. The hotel was dirty and run-down. There was no water for a full day, and when the water came back on, there was a leak in the ceiling that got our beds and clothing wet. Many of the employees didn't speak English well, so it was a struggle to communicate. Don't stay here.2019-10-07"
"Loved the location. The hotel room was clean and spacious and had 2 bathrooms. The TV didn't work, but it wasn't a big deal since we were busy. The employees were helpful. We were glad we stayed here.2018-01-28"
Not pet friendly
- no pets allowed. - Mar 2018 Most Recent HotelGuides ReviewsRead >
"I'd give this hotel a high rating. It was new, so the room was modern and had a long bench that was big enough to hold 2 or 3 suitcases. The mattresses were comfortable, but the pillows were too thick for my taste, including the replacements that we requested. The bathroom had a frosted glass door, so the light might wake up someone sleeping in the room. The front desk clerks were welcoming and helpful. Make sure to go to the small rooftop bar; the exterior was lovely, and there was a cozy indoor area with a fireplace. Terrific food, drinks, and service. Try the on-site tapas restaurant, too. The hotel was just a 5-minute walk to the subway, and a 10-minute walk to Penn Station and most Broadway shows.2019-01-14"
"Great location. The hotel was nice, quiet, and clean. I had an excellent stay.2018-09-30"