City Rooms NYC

City Rooms NYC are a fusion between a traditional hotel and
a familiar place where you just want to crash after
a long night of partying or an exhausting day of trekking around the city.

Being a family owned business, their focus is on our guests
and catering to their needs.Their ‘edgy chicʼ themed rooms
all have queen size beds, except for three that have
bunk beds- just in case youʼre traveling with someone
you donʼt want to get that intimate with!

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POD Times Square

The rooms at POD Times Square is called Pods because they are
compact spaces that maximize efficiency and eliminate excess.
In addition to comfortable beds, flat screen TVs
with connectivity to your devices, and free WiFi,
they have added other thoughtful and practical touches.

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The Jane Hotel

The Jane Hotel is housed in a West Village landmark,
built in 1908 as a sailors’ lodging and located on the edge of the Meatpacking District,
6 blocks from the popular High Line and close to charming West Village. 

Nautically themed single and double rooms resemble cabins,
with berth-like beds and bunks, plus shared bathrooms;
upgraded cabins have larger beds and private bathrooms.
Roof top bar and nice restaurant.

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POD 39 Hotel

The Pod 39 Hotel is not far away from the Empire State Building
and the magnificent Grand Central Station.

Tiny, modern rooms have free WiFi, media centers,
work stations and iPhone docks, as well as flat-screen TVs,
in-room safes and glass-enclosed private bathrooms with rain shower heads.
Amazing roof top bar and a good Mexican restaurant!

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POD 51 Hotel

At Pod 51 Hotel you can choose from 6 types of quirky
yet contemporary pods
(sleeping from 1 to 4) decorated in bright,
colorful accents; all have flat-screen TVs,
iPod docks, free WiFi and desks.

Single pods and some bunk pods have shared bathrooms
with indicator use lights;
the rest have en suite bathrooms. Studios add a sitting area
and a tub in the bathroom.

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RIFF Hotel

With ’80s-inspired interior, the quirky RIFF Hotel in Chelsea
is a 4-minute walk from Penn Station
and 18 minutes from Times Square. 

Retro rooms have monochrome decor with vivid patterns,
flat-screen TVs and free WiFi plus air-conditioning.
Suites add kitchenettes and sofas or sleeper beds.
Some rooms have shared bathrooms.

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City Rooms NYC

City Rooms is located in the vibrant SoHO neighborhood, a perfect location.
Each of their 4 twin rooms, 20 queen rooms and 4 king rooms
have private bathrooms and shower with spa-style showerheads.

Each distinctive room, hallway and lobby feature visually
captivating murals by Brooklyn artist Vers
…all of which will make you feel like you belong in this fabulous city
as soon as you unpack your bags

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Bowery House

The cool Bowery House preserves its wood-paneled ”cabins”,
spruced up with modern touches.
Great location close to SoHo and Little Italy.

Compact rooms range from singles to bunk bed dorms
sleeping 6-12 people;
all offer free WiFi, high-thread-count sheets
and shared bathrooms,
which include high-end fixtures and marble floors.
Big roof top area with nice view over Bowery st and SoHo

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Room Mate Grace

The hip Rome Mate Grace Hotel in Midtown is 1 block
from Times Square and a 4-minute walk from the subway. 

The funky rooms have either open or enclosed bathrooms
plus free WiFi, flat-screen TVs and iPod docking stations.
Premium and Quad rooms feature bunk beds for up to 4 guests.
Indoor pool with swim-up bar!

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Boro Hotel

The overall interior design is quite lovely at Boro Hotel,
since it incorporates the building’s concrete and
cinderblock materials without feeling overly industrial.

The lobby has a fire pit, communal seating, and a cafe bar.
There is also a rooftop lounge. Some rooms have views over Manhattan

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SoHo Garden Hotel

Soho Garden Hotel is housed in a beautiful
cast-iron nine-story building representative of the style of
this historic district of Manhattan.
Though the architecture is reminiscent of the past,
the hotel is equipped with all of today’s technology and comforts.

Each room is equipped with complimentary
high-speed internet access,
pillow top mattresses, iHome docking stations,
and complimentary daily newspapers

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Park Ave North

Located in a beautiful 19th century building,
Park Ave North Inn has been newly renovated.

Each room at this hotel is air conditioned and
is fitted with a flat-screen TV with satellite channels.
You will find a coffee machine in the room.
All rooms have a private bathroom
fitted with a bath or shower. Extras include free toiletries
and a hair dryer.

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Q4 Hotel & Hostel

Nice modern hostel in Queens next to many metro lines.
This is the best you can get for the money in Queens.
Huge common area with kitchen downstairs,
as well as another lounge on the 2nd floor.

The Q4 Hotel has a kitchen and lounge with table tennis
and a TV that is shared by the guests.

In addition to male and female-only rooms,
there are mixed dormitory rooms.
Private rooms are also available.
All rooms features an en suite bathroom.

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International Student Residence

Located in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn, International Student Residence
is 2 minutes’ walk from the Marcy Avenue J underground station,
which is just one station away from Manhattan.

Private rooms with shared bathrooms and female/male
dorms from 2-6 beds with shared bathrooms.

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POD Brooklyn

The rooms at POD Brooklyn are housed in four buildings
that are separated by a courtyard and connected by bridges.
Each room at The Pod Hotel Brooklyn are fitted with
a flat-screen TV with cable channels. Private bathrooms
with free toiletries and hairdryer are provided for guests’ convenience.

Salvation Taco serves international cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
It offers indoor, outdoor and rooftop seating.

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