: Such a cozy, peaceful atmosphere. Hosts were so warm and friendly when I arrived. "Quiet time" rules were respected and I loved that; I wanted a quiet place to sleep that night. Super comfortable beds! Beautiful paintings decorating the walls in the booths, a soft lamp, comfy little bed. Use the earplugs provided because the ceiling is a shared ceiling and you'll be woken up by possible snorers in other booths if you don't. Of course not the fault of the place. Once I put in the earplugs it totally blocked out the snoring. Vegetarian place, and the breakfast they provide is great, fruit, multiple types of bread, yogurt, spreads, tea, hot chocolate, only decaf coffee though. I had pb&j on cinnamon raisin toast.Overall super cozy and peaceful experience for 1 night, if you're looking for a place to chill indoors all day I don't recommend because the booths are tiny and the bathroom is shared/not so clean. But for just sleeping and breakfast, it's perfect.Right by Penn Station, next door to Seven Eleven and ¢99+ store.
: Very odd smell in the place. But you get used to it quickly. Building recently had a fire on another floor so there's a lot of fixing up going on, could be from that. Bathroom should have been way cleaner, felt almost like a public bathroom. I was there for only 1 night and couldn't bring myself to shower there, I felt better off skipping it for the night.Of course, this is not a hotel, you can't come expecting it to be spotless and perfect like one, but even for this level of hospitality I expected a bit more cleanliness in the bathroom.