Very nice hotel, clean with a modern look. This one is close to the subway very nice continental breakfast. Staff was very polite. The bar wasn't finished yet but i wasnt interested in that anyway. It was quiet and the rooms we're quite cozy, small but cozy, but its New York so please expect that in the majority of places. All in all I will definetly use this hotel again.
I was really looking for a reasonably priced hotel that had a comfortable bed and a good shower. The Condor was perfect for this. The rooms are lovely, the bed is huge, soft and plush with nice sheets and an assortment of pillows. I slept really well. The shower over the bath was clean and had a nice big shower head. Lots of storage space too. Even a little kitchen with microwave. The location is on the edge of Williamsburg and is a bit somber but buses and metro are very close to take you to where you want to go. Getting to Manhattan wasn't direct ( you need to change train lines or bus and train) but I didn't mind that all. Williamsburg was so close. It's a fun neighborhood to visit full of trendy cafes and shops.
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Room was nice and modern, small but all city hotels are small. Staff not overly friendly. Breakfast was horribly cold pancakes and sausage. Not free had to pay for it which is fine, but it was cold.
Parking was horrible, call around and reserve a spot in a parking garage.
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"Nice hotel close to Dumbo venue and public transit"
Superior staff from the doorman to the front desk to the breakfast servers. Nice lobby and location. The room was a bit small and I did not like the shower. It had no door-water went everywhere, you couldn't switch it off the handheld faucet and there was no exhaust fan. The room itself was well decorated and the bed and linens were great. Overall, I'd stay there again.
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