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Hotel 31

120 E 31ST St, New York City, NY 10016

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Hotel 31, New York City, New York
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Hotel 31 - Hotel Reviews from across the web

No title - expert review
The newly renovated Hotel 31 is conveniently located in the heart of New York City on 31 street between Lexington Ave and Park Ave. It features all the amenities that you would expect from a first class hotel, including private air conditioned rooms, a concierge 24 hours a day, daily maid service, c...

No title - expert review
Ever wonder what happened to all the old school New York hotels A few of them are still around, Cheapos, and Hotel 31 is one of them. Though short on amenities, this hotel has character to spare, not to mention low prices. It's been around since 1940, right around the time Ziggy, the semi-retired in...

No title - expert review
This bargain hotel is set on a quiet, leafy block in residential Murray Hill. Guests can find everything they need within a few blocks: restaurants, shops and supermarkets. What they won t find is classic Manhattan bustle this is a good thing for seekers of tranquility. The small, darkly hued lobby ...

No title - expert review
The newly renovated Hotel 31 is conveniently located in the heart of New York City on 31st Street between Lexington and Park Ave. Featuring all of the amenities that you would expect from a first class hotel including private air conditioned rooms, twenty four hour concierge, daily maid service, cab...

Worth staying at... - user review
Depending on the purpose of your trip to NYC, hotel 31 is great for those that have been b4 and those who are first timers. 5 of my friends packed into their largest room which had a twin and full size bed w/ our own bathroom (there is a communal bathroom too) for $105 a night. We went during new ye...

Just What We Needed - user review
If your just looking for a fancy hotel your not going to find it at hotel 31. But if u are looking for someplace to put your luguage and sleep this is the best place. Rooms and shared bathrooms were kept veery clean. It was very close to many of new yorks attractions (30 min walk to time square, cou...

Would stay here again - user review
Stayed Dec 7 9 2005. Had no problems with bugs, rodents or cleanliness. I stayed by myself in room 510 and had a view of the Empire State Building. Sharing the bathroom was no big deal. My room had its own sink and BLOW DRYER! Also, no need to bring your own towels, soap, shampoo or hand lotion they...

Great Place, Great Price - user review
We have been guests at Hotel 31 on several occasions over the last 5 years and have always been very happy with the hotel. Immaculate rooms, great location and very affordable. I must say that I truly miss Robert he was wonderful and always remembered me when I would call for reservations. The last ...

No title - user review
Small rooms but good value and central loca...

Visiting NYC on a budget - user review
As I'm sure you're aware, hotels in New York City are extremely expensive. I thought my best option was to stay in a hostel until I found Hotel 31. I found it online for only $70 a night, unheard of in NYC. I was cautious a...

Overcharged!! Still No Refund - user review
Dealing with this hotel and Hostelbookers.com which I booked through, was the worst experience I have ever had. The hotel unreasonably overcharged me. After claiming my refund for overcharge fee, the manager started to lie that he already gave me refund, which he never did. I booked through Hostelbo...

Hotel 31 highly recommended - user review
Hotel 31, is an excellent bargain. On our last visit to New York (Valentines Weekend, 2003) I wanted an inexpensive (less than $100 a night) hotel in New York City, that would be convenient to the action (broadway, touris...

Just fine...almost. - user review
My husband and I stayed one night at Hotel 31 during a recent trip to New York. We were spending the week with friends on Long Island and wanted to spend one night at a hotel in Manhattan to maximize our sightseeing time (the trai...

Clean budget hotel - user review
By far not a luxury hotel, though this is the cleanest and nicest budget hotel I have stayed in. Very friendly staff. Also a very safe area and close to the Metro. I would recommend to those not lo...

Fine - user review
Clean and comfortable without any thrills. The heater was on full blast, though, and the room was probably about 90 degrees while we slept. Had to turn on the a/c (in mid Jan) to compete with the heat. But, I didn't mind...js...

Quaint, Cozy, and Unique - user review
Despite what others have said, this hotel is absolutely adorable, and was perfect for the romantic getaway my girlfriend and I had. The rooms are cozy, but not tiny, and the narrow winding hallways, old fashioned elevator, and decor all add to the unique and romantic and fashionable feel of this hot...

Good for the Budget Minded - user review
Expect nothing fancy from Hotel 31. It is a budget hotel and the prices are great, so you get the bare bones. Everything was clean and taken care of. I had a shared bath, and never saw anyone else around it was always available. My room was outdated with dark greens and wood. Pair that with few lamp...

Great for singles - user review
I recommend this hotel for singles because it is cheap. The shared bathroom is somehow strange but they were always clean and empty. The room is also clean. The location is the best thing. You need to walk 5 minutes to get to the Empire State building. There is also a Subway stop near the hotel (2 m...

My new favorite place - user review
If you are looking for a place to sleep, this is perfect ! We knew in advance that we needed a place walkable from Penn Station, and only to freshen up and sleep in. Our room had a double bed,sink,desk,tv. Very small room, but immaculate and clean bed linens. Bathroom in hallway was always clean. Th...

An Old Fashioned European Place - user review
If you want a hotel that provides you with a retreat from the fast pace of New York this small European style hotel is the place to stay. Everything is minimal. There is no lobby, bar or restaurant, so there are no outsiders hanging around. The room was quiet, clean and comfortable. Just what you ne...

Great Spring Break - user review
My daughter and I had never been to NYC before and needed a great deal on air and hotel. I was hesitant to stay in a place rated 1 1/2 stars, but Hotel 31 had so many customer recommendations, I felt pretty good about trying it. The recommendations were correct. It was a great place to stay. The hot...

Great For The Budget Minded - user review
Nice No frills hotel. Clean rooms, Mine had the in room bathrooms and they were very clean, Would stay again. Traveler's tip on local attractions.Go to the Empire State ...

Best hotel for the price - user review
Of all the hotels we reviewed this was the best, and when we went there I got exactly what I paid for. IT's cheap and the rooms are clean and the service is great. Would definit...

Nice - user review
Rooms are small but cozy, shared bathrooms are clean, and there is more than one per floor, so never had to wait. There is also a sink in each room. Hotel is near 31st and Park, close to subway stop on 33rd. Nice, quaint old bu...

Histroric Charm - user review
Staying at this hotel definitely felt like stepping back in time. From the antique cage elevator, to the narrow and tall architecture, it felt nothing like a modern hotel chain. However, the staff were very helpful and the older gentleman who escorted me to my room was sweet and personable. The bath...

Very Comfortable...but watch out for critters - user review
The room was very clean & very relaxing. It was a over all great experience, except for the creepy little crawlers on the walls & sink at night. We didn't notice until the second night when we sat our take out food on the night stand. If you're not afraid of small roaches, this is a place to stay. ....

Very good value, very nice staff. - user review
The size might be startling at first, if you're used to big hotel chains, but it has a lot of charm. The shared bathrooms are always very clean, but remember to take your own soap and towels in with you every time! We had a beautiful view of the Empire State Building, a few blocks away. Subway was v...

Great value for money - user review
This hotel delivered exactly what it promised. Great location in the middle of Manhattan, about 100m from the nearest subway. We used the shared bathroom, which was always spotless. Rooms basic but comfortable. Was a bit noisy as window couldn't close properly due to aircon unit. Don't expect 5 star...

Good option for budget travellers - user review
This hotel is a good option for budget travellers and a good location for those who want to visit ...

A place with a Bed - user review
This hotel is a good place to stay if you are interested in a bed, sink, and not much else. There are two bathrooms to each floor. We decided to just go without showers, thus skipping the use of the public bathrooms. It is fairly close to the metro, so we didn't feel too uneasy getting to it after d...

hotel 31 - user review
This hotel was good. I say good and not great because I hated the twin beds. But other than that the price and location right in the middle of manhattan was great and though the bathrooms where shared they where always clean. Traveler's tip on saving a few bucks.By a metro card and travel, its like ...

Very Satisfied!! - user review
This hotel was very small (had to share a bathroom, but could have paid more for my own one), but this is typical for new york city. It was very clean and kept up, the only problem was the bed was a little hard and pillows too full, but we got better pillows. Staff was friendly and nice, but not kno...

The only cheap hotel you need - user review
This is not a 4 star hotel, it's not even a 2 star, but if you just need a place to crash between the sights, this is the place for you. My girlfriend and I have stayed here twice in the past three years, and the rooms and facilities have been clean and worry free both times. The location is great, ...

Charming! I’ll be back soon - user review
This was the perfect place for an adventurous and romantic weekend. My boyfriend and I enjoyed the convenient location and helpful staff since we've never spent time in NYC before. The service is at least 3 star quality and the hotel is so cute with its old fashioned grate on the elevator. Traveler'...

Good Value - user review
Very clean Convenient location Shared bathroom was no problem (during 5 day stay i never had to wait) good service room/hallways/elevator are small I would highly reccomend this hotel for the economy minded Traveler's t...

Affordable and adequate - user review
We went to NYC during the Christmas holiday. The rooms are extremely small but we were only in them to sleep. The shared bathroom situation was okay it felt a little like dorm life. The room was quiet and both our room and the bathroom were very clean. We were only a few blocks from the Empire State...

Great little place - user review
When I return to NYC, I'll stay here. Very pleasant service, comfortable room, shared bathroom always free and clean, quiet at night, near the subway, good price, good location. Cutest part was my room's close up view of a black brick wall. A very pleasant surprise. Traveler's tip.Just a block away ...

Good basic place for price - user review
When you just need a place to sleep and shower, this is a good place for the price I got via Expedia. The rooms and bathrooms were very clean and the shared bathrooms on my floor were never used when I walked by even though the hotel was 100% booked. Room was quite small, but still had a double bed,...

Hotel 31 (120 East 31 Street ): Pretty Good for a Budget Hotel and great location - user review
This place was very clean even if it was old. So old it had one of those old slide it yourself elevator doors and took 15 min just to get to the 4th fl and can only fit about 4 people thin ones at that. However the stairs are right next to and although narrow are quicker alternative. A friend and I ...

Love It!!! - user review
I love this hotel! It's the hottest hotel in...

Looking fowards to my next visit! - user review
Perfect location and the rates were a perfect fit for my limited fi...

Great place to stay even for a romantic getaway - user review
this place is great very friendly and clean. I have been there twice and it's always better everytime. I enjoyed my stay and the people are very friendly. I went for a roma...

Hotel 31 - user review
This was an awesome hotel! It was kinda old timey! We had a room w/ a bathroom but I would have been ok with having to share one. This hotel was excellent. It was clean & i...

We can't wait to go back! - user review
My sister and I stayed at Hotel 31 in Sept. of '06. I was so impressed that we are taking a party of five to stay there again this year! From the front office to the eleva...

Nicer people do not exist - user review
Stayed here twice last summer, the place is not the most beautiful or extravagent of places, but wherelse gives you a comfy bed, adequete facilities, a view of the empire state ...

Great hotel - user review
Hotel 31 was in a great location, near the subway (Train 4 or 6), Times Square, and all the sights to see in NY. We had a great view of the Empire State Building from our window. ...

I wish I can get a room in July - user review
multi cultural staff. and direct to the aminities promptly. room was so comfortable including cleanliness. We got shared bath. but it was so clean and according to health and hygien...

Make reservations right now! - user review
This is the sister hotel of hotel 17, my favorite hotel in New York. It is just as clean and pretty, but a lot smaller, so you have to make your reservations really early. Also,...

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