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Search for clues, synonyms, words, anagrams or if you already have some letters enter the letters here using a question mark or full-stop in place of any you don't know e. Definition of hammock a hanging bed of canvas or rope netting usually suspended between two trees ; swings easily. We've listed any clues from our database that match your search. There will also be a list of synonyms for your answer. The synonyms have been arranged depending on the number of charachters so that they're easy to find.

If a particular answer is generating a lot of interest on the site today, it may be highlighted in orange. If your word has any anagrams, they'll be listed too along with a definition for the word if we have one. Sleeping in Central Park is a better option than on those mattresses. Towels for the shared shower are same age as the bedlinen and measure the size of a tea towel. Breakfast, being served as of hours, did not arrive at 7. This is really a horrible place with staff that can not be trusted and should be avoided by everyone. And sleeping night per annum in hotels, I believe I have some experience.

Anything positive? Yes, the coffee was ok, and so the location. Date of stay: August Dannelle wrote a review Jul Boise, Idaho 10 contributions 3 helpful votes. I was super excited when I found this place. We have stayed at similar places for the military so I was excited to see this place.

The outside and inside of this building look beautiful, but it needs some desperate work like others have stated. I read a lot of reviews prior to booking. I take the negative reviews with a grain of salt as some seem to have a complaint regardless of where they stay. I booked with Jessica- seriously a lovely soul.

She was so friendly and outgoing. They had one room left so we took it. I expected it to be small and it was. I had read a review about rats prior to getting to the hotel so was uneasy with the kids. Thankfully we didn't see or hear any, but there was a large box of poison out in the open near the bed closest to the air conditioning.

That was a bit alarming that it wasn't hidden. But, it's NYC so I get it.

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Our beds were terribly uncomfortable. I'm not sure how old the mattresses are but you could feel every springs. The bedding itself was a folded over large Queen spread. Just expected more from a military associated place. This place is more like a hostel in Europe than a hotel. The bathrooms and showers are not connected which made it more challenging with a 3 and 4 year old.

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Some of the bathrooms were out of order as well so we were utilizing the men's room a lot which felt wrong. Thankfully, despite being full, we didn't have a wait for the restrooms or showers when we needed them.

Soldiers Sailors Marines Club Specialty Inn, New York City

Breakfast was warm bagels. The only benefit we really appreciated from this place was the distance to Timesquare. I wanted something closer with the kids so they wouldn't be worn out by the time we reached our activities.

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It was about an 8 block walk so that was nice. The place itself was disappointing for the rate we spent. So that was tough. There were HIlton brand hotels at the end of the subway route for the same price, but the weekend route was limited so it's a gamble really. I wanted as much time as possible for our outings instead of commuting.

I'm rating this place lower based on the experience with one of the front desk attendants. We had just arrived with our luggage and stroller. The door was not wide enough to get the stroller in so as I'm helping my husband get the stroller in and down the steps into the lobby. I took the kids out and had them go down the stairs. I then hear a man scolding the kids. Confused I turn around to see my four year old with a concerned look on her face.

They literally had stepped into the lobby, weren't running, screaming anything so I was puzzled. The man then goes on to tell me horror stories about past awful children they have had there including one young boy with his absent minded mom. This particular child was found in the back kitchen holding a knife. We weren't greeted with a hello, welcome or anything literally a lecture on how our children should behave in the lobby. Now if they were out of control it'd be one thing, but walking through the door after 8 hours of driving was ridiculous.

I explained to him that we monitor our children and he didn't need to worry about them disturbing the lobby or other guests.

I've worked in the hospitality industry for years so was disappointed in this poor greeting. Later we saw him again. He recommended taking the kids to the ferry and instructed us to leave our keys. That was a bit bizarre as well, but maybe there is a history of tenants losing their keys. We declined and continued onto our evening activity. So if you are traveling with a family I'd avoid this place and plan for a longer commute. Date of stay: July Rooms.

Room Tip: 8 blocks from Timesquare. At first I was very amazed at how the exterior of the building stood proudly on Lexington avenue.

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I noticed that this establishment accommodates military, veterans etc but at no point was I asked for proof of my affiliation which was a bit of a turn off. The stair railings were being held together with shoelaces, ropes and other ties which made carrying the luggage upstairs a bit scary. As soon as I got settled around am I saw a young mother and her child frantically exiting the nearby room with all of their belongings.

Before I could get any words out of my mouth I saw what seemed to be a black kitten with a long tail. Unless someone was filming ratatouille, it didn't take a genius to see what was going on here. I assisted them down a few flights, and began to google nearby accommodations.

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I'm not sure what happened after that but I did exit quietly around am and the mom was still in the lobby searching for another place to stay. What a disappointment and I was too tired to even care to interrupt her to try to get a refund so I quietly exited the building. I would definitely say that this is a health hazard to anyone deciding to stay there because exposure to droppings can also be sickening whatever types of rodents are crawling around in there, especially the 3 that met me at the door as I left. No TV in the room, but there are TV rooms and libraries on each floor.

Bathroom was clean. The fact that there was no tv in the room made me focus on the rodent sounds of them scurrying from the room beside me. Floor board was lifting and I can see how they travel room to room. As an old building, I understand that it has structural issues but if they can spend less money on the decoration and just focus on cleanliness and safety as a primary responsibility, I'd say that they can rival many nearby hotels. Good luck! Date of stay: June Location. Room Tip: Location is convenient to all! If you love rodents! Andyhiley wrote a review May Ideal for our group.

The Club was perfect for what we needed. It was clean and tidy, it is in the perfect location for exploring NYC and the staff were really great.