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Stay the Night Bed & Breakfast
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18 E 93rd St New York, NY 10128
18 East 93rd StreetUSNew YorkNew York10128
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Homey guesthouse in a brownstone building, offering elegant rooms with antique touches.- Google
"Old, charming, great location, reasonable prices."
"Stayed in the summer of 2015 and thoroughly enjoyed it."
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Jen Lividini
10 months ago
Stayed in the summer of 2015 and thoroughly enjoyed it. Robin was very accommodating and answered questions for us and assisted with our luggage. Room was clean and perfect. Street was quiet and beautiful. Great restaurants close by. Will be back!
Mlc">A Google User
5 years ago
This is our pre-Christmas spot. Old, charming, great location, reasonable prices. Stayed Dec. 2011 and just rebooked. Saw the negative (and old) review below and had to respond. If you need a concierge and staff on duty 24/7, go to a hotel. We stayed in Guestroom 1 and found it met all our needs.
Response from the owner - 2 years ago
I know it's been a while since you left this review, but I want you to know your kind words mean the world to us. It's an honor to be part of your holiday tradition, and I look forward to seeing you this year! -Robin
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Gabriel Vizcaino
a year ago
Response from the owner - a year ago
Gabriel, thank you! I'd love to welcome you back again when you're next in NY! All my best, Robin H., Owner
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James Abbgy
2 years ago
Stayed recently, while doing business in Manhattan. Like so many places in New York, space isn't exactly abundant. There were a few signs of the building's age as well. But neither of these things should be taken as a deterrent. This is a great option, if you don't want to pay a premium at one of the big hotels. Location is quaint and quiet. Despite my chaotic schedule (had to make multiple cancellations, only to reserve again, etc.) Robin handled everything professionally. I'll certainly consider staying again, when business brings me back to the city.
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Response from the owner - 2 years ago
Thank you for your kind words, James. We want to give our guests the best stay possible, so it's great to hear you were happy with your visit. As you mentioned, ours is an older facility -- our brownstone townhouse is 150 years old! -- but we keep it clean and well-maintained. I appreciate your feedback, and I hope you'll be back to stay with us again soon. -Robin H., Owner
Mlc">A Google User
4 years ago
TERRIBLY DISAPPOINTED -- WAS TURNED AWAY THE EVENING OF OUR VISIT GF and I's visit to NYC to see an off-broadway show for her birthday and was offered the Barnes Suite. I provided my credit card number and was told I could not arrive for check-in until after 4 pm the day of our stay. We planned accordingly and spent the day touring the city. Upon arrival at 5 pm, we were told that our room was already occupied, that Robin had no record of our reservation or conversation, and all other rooms had been booked months in advance. Due to the 'mix up' and our show being only a couple hours away, we were forced to pay double our budgeted rate at the only hotel we could find (via smartphone) with availability. The last-minute forced change of plans lead to us arriving 20 minutes late to our show. I would highly recommend any traveler booking with Stay the Night to require Robin to provide you with a confirmation number or email to formalize your reservation. I overlooked this step because of the seemingly intimate and casual approach to the reservation process when I spoke to Robin over the phone. I'm not sure if anyone else deals with reservations, but it appeared to be a one-man shop which suffers from a lack of organization.
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Response from the owner - 2 years ago
To reiterate what I wrote on Yelp: I've never heard of this man. I searched for a record of any conversation with him when he showed up -- I never received an email or phone call from him, never received any of his credit card information, nothing. He showed up out of the blue demanding a room that had been booked for months prior by someone else. Our reservation process is very thorough. Upon requesting a room, we place a temporary hold on the room until we receive the credit card information. We then send a copy of the bill to the guest for them to look over, at which point (and not before) the reservation is set. In the event that I never receive the credit card information, I make several attempts to contact the guest before I cancel the hold on the room. This person simply never made a reservation with us. -Robin H., Owner
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