Club Quarters in WTC is ideally located for where i needed to be.
The hotel room is very spacious and clean. It offered lots of storage space.
There is lots of police presence in the area.
The hotel has a restaurant on the 20th floor that offers an amazing view of the area and the river.
The overall quality was pretty good. When we first walked into our room we were like astonished because of the design of the room. We had a bigger room due to changes. The bathroom is nice as well. They even give you short stories to read when you are going to sleep. Those stories are based on the hotel and I believed it was written by guest. There are a few minor marks here and there which indicate it's not completely clean but won't really affect the experience that much. Overall good impression.
This hotel almost got 5 stars but there were 2 problems that I found hard to live with. Somebody else might not be bothered by their lousy coffee maker or the fact that I could not get Internet in my room, but it sure was aggravating for me. Other than that, the hotel really was well worth the small amount paid for a hotel room in Manhattan. Got dressed quickly and headed out the door for some REAL coffee and used the Internet in their lobby, so that was how I solved those problems. Definitely enjoyed my stay and would go back for the cheap rates.
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This is a GEM!!! We have stayed in luxury overpriced hotel and didn't get the GREAT customer service we did at this hotel.
The staff is well trained and knowledgeable about the area. We are not going to forget that view from the 20th floor restaurant. I had the pasta with lobster ~ HOLY WOW YUM!!!!
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Great place to stay!
Traveller from NJ
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