The Roger Smith

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501 Lexington Ave

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Great Stay

Rating: 10

WoW-If you want to experience luxury, in an awesome mid-twon location, then this is for you. Located in the heart of mid-town, the Roger Smi...

posted by Citysearch User on Oct 19, 2005Read More...

Would probably not return

Rating: 6

Room was too dark, not enough lighting. Bathroom could have been cleaner. Free wireless internet was a plus and bedding was very comfortable...

posted by Citysearch User on Sep 27, 2005Read More...

Urban Bed and Breakfast

Rating: 10

Excellent and quaint city B and B - excellent complimentary breakfast; cool, quaint and comfortable room; convienent location and very nice terrace overlooking parts of the city - also, there is free internet access in the lobby and you can make free local calls from your room. Room size was perfect but could of used a coffee table or something to eat on (we just pulled up two chairs which worked fine, but...), furniture was B and B style and very comfortable. Downside: our shower had extremly low pressure and the hot/cold wasn't all that stable- however we talked to people in lower floors (we were on the 15th) and they said their shower was fine. You get a lot for moderate prices and we would stay there again!

posted by sharopooks on Jul 17, 2005Read More...

do you feel lucky?

Rating: 6

I'm not sure how to rate this hotel. The rooms are nice, could use a little updating. We stayed in two rooms, the first was nice, comfortable and fairly quiet (some street noise, even though it was the 10th floor). The shower was strong and hot. Then, the electricity went out in our room! Well, after some investigation, they moved us to a new room. This room was bigger, but a little older looking, and the heating pipes made an awful racket all night long. The shower was weak and not too great. First night rating = 8, second night = 5. Probably would not stay there again...

posted by fbar on Dec 28, 2002Read More...

An Artful Midtown Bargain

Rating: 9

I always send out of town visitors to this cheeful and efficient hotel right in midtown. The service could not be nicer and the rooms are clean and colorful. One of the managers explained to me that Jim Knowles, the proprieter, was a fulltime sculptor and painter before accidentally getting in to the hotel business -- thus the bronze sculptures outside and original art in most of the rooms. It's like a family hostelrie.

posted by BryanMiller_Citysearch on May 18, 2002Read More...

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