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"Loved everything about it"
Kay - Brisbane, Australia
"We stayed seven days in the Hotel Deauville and it was an absolute pleasure. It is a great little Hotel that has very (!!!) friendly staff and the rooms are very (!!!) clean."
"Lovely, Great Hotel"
Luke - Kingston Upon Hull, UK
"I stayed in the Hotel Deauville on my first ever USA holiday. Its located down a side street and its very private. Its just yards away from the Empire State Building, and its location couldn't be better."
"Loved Hotel Deauville"
Ari - Tel Aviv, Israel
"The location is really great - 50 meters from a 6 subway station (at 28th st.) and from a Duane Reade pharmacy store. All of midtown is within a walking distance (Empire State Building - 7 min., Times Sq. - 15 min.). The hotel's crew was really helpful and nice."
"Great location and helpful staff"
Sean- Glasgow, Scotland
"Spent 3 nights at Hotel Deauville and was very pleasantly surprised considering it was cheapest place I could find with en suite bathroom in Midtown area. Hotel was in great location for shopping and for night life. Overall great value for money for private bathroom in perfect location for me. I would certainly return."
Older Style Comfort and Welcome - I discovered this brownstone hotel some two years ago and feel no need to look elsewhere for a comfortable and reasonably priced place to stay in central Manhattan. The welcome is always warm, the staff cheerful and friendly, and the rooms clean and pleasant while preserving an atmosphere of the hotel's one hundred-year history. Good spot for a weekend stay Deauville is a nice place to stay for a weekend visit to NYC. Theprice is right. The place is clean. It is close to Les Halles--a great French bistro [made famous by Anthony Bourdain on the Travel Channel]. And it is close to the subway. The staff is friendly. Keep in mind--the building is old--but it is quaint and clean.
Chicago Tribune Travel Section
In a phrase: Needs a B-12 shot, but any place with purple and black bathrooms is my new best friend. The eight rooms inspected here are spacious, clean, freshly painted and set with inoffensively plain-Jane spreads, drapes and furniture in a faux white-oak veneer. All the more reason then that some of the bathrooms, such as the one in Room 505 with the purple tile and black bathtub, came as a surprise. High ceilings are standard to all rooms, and some have ceiling fans. Suites are large and equipped with Microwaves, sinks, coffee/tea makers, mini refrigerators. All in all, the family-run place is not bad, considering the building is old enough to have an elevator that needs an operator to run it.
• The Good: Mother-hen staffers calm the big-city jitters of just plain folks
• The Bad: Not all of the rooms have purple and black baths, and the lighting in all rooms could be brighter.
• The Lowdown: double with private bath from $110.00, suites and shared bath available.
• Rooms: 54, seven floors.
• Perks: in-room Internet at additional fee; suites
• Subway: 28th and Park Avenue South
The Deauville hotel located 103 E. 29th Street is a quirky cool character-rich place. The conscientious and maternal Emily Saxe ("Hello, dear, Hotel Da VilleJ ) personally welcomes the likes of writer Ivan Klima. The Deauville was once home to radio idol Art Ford, and later sheltered Sid Vicious and his mother. Out on bail for killing his girl friend, the Sex Pistol shot out of the lovely lobby one night to make "a fateful trip to Greenwich Village and never returned: Saxe tsk-tsks. Spacious rooms with Juliet balconies, suites and queen rooms at reasonable rates.
Le Guide Du Routard
Deauville Hotel (plan Centre Manhattan, : 103 East 29th Street, M 28 Street (ligne 6) Petit hotel discret et propret offrant un bon confort a prix interessant. Facade annees 30, assez calme. Chambres renovees et plaisantes, avec salle de bains . Air conditionne, telephone,etc