Hotels of New York: the good, the bad and the ugly (Part II)

In this series of posts, I will be giving my view on a number of New York City hotels in which I stayed in the last 12 months (in chronological order, these were the Roosevelt Hotel, The Renwick Hotel, City Club, Chambers Hotel, Gild Hall, Bryant Park Hotel, the Renaissance New York Midtown, the Marmara Park Avenue, the Park Lane and (last but definitely not least) the Knickerbocker. I am ranking these hotels in a top 10. The three worst (10, 9 and 8) were tackled in my previous post, covering the Roosevelt Hotel, City Club and the Park Lane. Now things are starting to get better: in this post I will review numbers 7 and 6 on the list, the Bryant Park Hotel and The Marmara Park Avenue. Continue reading “Hotels of New York: the good, the bad and the ugly (Part II)”