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HOTEL CASABLANCA

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147 W 43RD ST # 2 (at Between Broadway and 6th Avenue)
New York, NY 10036
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(212) 869-1212
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Nice moderately priced hotel in the Theater District 12/16/2005

As everyone knows, hotel rooms are expensive in NY. Before I moved back to town I stayed here on a couple of occasions and recommend it because many may not be aware of it. It is on a slightly bland stretch of street, but just adjacent to Times Square, a major subway stop, and midtown Manhattan. You almost won't notice it if you pass by. It has a very small lobby but there is a larger public area/breakfast room upstairs. The whole thing is decorated in a kind of Moroccan style - cute but not overdone. The rooms are on the small side but not tiny, very well kept, and comfortable. I especially recommend this if you are looking for a quiet hotel near Times Square. A nice plus if you are on a budget: they include a good continental breakfast for the price of the room. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    The leafy second-floor common room of this Midtown hotel says it all. It's decked out with statues of carnivorous animals, a fireplace, a large-screen TV and a massive mural of the Moroccan town Casablanca. Upbeat music plays from speakers overhead. Guests get the hint that this is more than just the city's only Moroccan-themed hotel. It's an experience in and of itself.

    The Details
    The service here is top notch. The 24-hour common room is furnished with an endless amount of snacks, and every afternoon there is an on-the-house cheese and wine reception--friends of guests are invited, too. The 48 rooms all include complimentary water and chocolate and contain minibars, cable TV and VCRs. One of the most unique services is the nightly turndown. When you are ready for bed, a maid will come in, fluff your pillows and fold back your blankets.

  • 10/16/2005 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    Diner's Club, Visa, Master Card, American Express
  • Neighborhoods:

    Midtown, Theater District - Times Square

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