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What to do if your NYC apartment is infested with bedbugs – Patch.com

October 1st, 2019 by admin

It's one of those very stereotypically "New York" health concerns that comes with living in the city bedbugs. Earlier this year, pest control company Terminix released its annual report on the cities with the highest rates of bedbug infestations in the United States. Philadelphia came in at number 1, followed by New York City, according to AM New York.

What exactly are they? Bedbugs are small brown insects that are barely perceptible to the human eye about the size of a tiny apple seed. They subsist on the blood of humans and animals, with their bodies swelling to a reddish tinge after they've been fed, according to WebMD. While they are not thought to transmit diseases, these creatures, which are generally found in major urban centers like New York, leave behind red and itchy welts after they've been feasting.

If left unattended to, these infestations can spread

While the thought of these small insects living on comforters, mattresses and pieces of furniture like cloth-covered sofas doesn't necessarily sound like that pressing a health concern, if left unattended to, these infestations can spread. The bugs can hitch a ride to other rooms of your apartment by way of clothing or the linen you bring from one room to the other, proliferating throughout your home. While the bites they leave behind heal, some can stay for weeks on end, and your constant scratching at the bites could lead to infection.

Beyond all of this, the presence of bedbugs can have a serious negative psychological effect on a person, causing intense anxiety and stress that didn't exist before the infestation.

The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene reports that, despite misconceptions, these creatures do not solely thrive in dirty homes unsanitary conditions do not create them and they can be found in the dwellings of rich and poor alike. They are incredibly resilient, able to live for months at a time without feeding. If the idea makes your skin crawl, exactly how do you combat these small home invaders?

Hire a licensed pest control company

The department of health says you should hire a licensed pest control company that will inspect your living space and properly apply the right pesticides to get rid of the insects. They suggest you check out this site to ensure the company is properly credentialed. After the company inspects the home and distributes the pesticides, they will generally provide you with a written report on where the infestation was and how to prevent future ones from happening.

One key point to think about with bedbugs is to ensure you avoid an infestation to begin with. Here are some official tips from the city:

Richard Abrazi is a healthcare executive dedicated to sharing resources regarding the importance of preventive care in everyone's life. Check out his blog, visit him on Facebook and follow him on Twitter @richabrazi.

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Inside Apple’s redesigned ‘cube’ store in New York City – Engadget

September 21st, 2019 by admin

On the outside, the tall, luminous glass of the cube is now complemented by a newly designed public plaza (pictured above) where people can enjoy views of sites like Central Park and The Plaza Hotel -- all while enjoying free WiFi from Apple. And although the glass cube at Apple Fifth Avenue was covered in rainbow colors recently, I'm sorry to tell you that was only temporary.

Apple says the store's re-opening means it will "resume its place at the heart of one of the world's most vibrant creative communities," in a space that's had more than 57 million visitors since it first opened. The company didn't say how many visitors it's expecting for the rest of the year, but considering the cube is one of NYC's most photographed locations, it's safe to say you'll never see the store as empty as in these pictures. (Except maybe the one day a year it's closed.)

As for the bed bugs that caused Apple to close the store for 24 hours earlier this year, well, an Apple representative told Engadget the issue "hasn't come up in a while." So, if you happen to be in New York City and want to check out the new cube, that probably means you can do so with peace of mind. Apple Fifth Avenue is opening tomorrow at 8AM ET, when over 900 employees will be waiting to cheer on customers who are picking up their shiny new iPhone.

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Apartment-Seekers Asked to Front Extra Cash Despite Rent Law – THE CITY

September 20th, 2019 by admin

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New Yorks new rent law, signed in June, bars landlords from collecting more than one months security deposit from prospective tenants.

But that hasnt stopped brokers and property owners from demanding larger sums from apartment-hunters a good faith deposit that can cost applicants dearly if they have second thoughts.

Thats what THE CITY heard from some of the scores of readers who responded to a survey asking about experiences theyve had while looking to lease a New York City apartment under the new rent law including getting charged application fees above a new $20 limit.

One respondent, who recently moved into an apartment in Park Slope and declined to be named for fear that she would end up on a tenant blacklist, said she was asked by the broker to submit a good faith deposit with her application.

The deposit totalled $2,500, equivalent to one months rent, she said in an interview. But the request came with a caveat if she was offered the apartment but declined to sign the lease, she would lose her money.

Prior to submitting the deposit, she asked to see the recent bedbug infestation history on the building which landlords are required to provide new tenants under law along with information about lead paint. She said the broker rebuffed her.

They said no, that I would get that at the lease-signing, she told THE CITY. Obviously, that is like a high-stakes situation. If there was some sort of history disclosed recently and you wanted to walk away because you werent comfortable with it, that would mean you would be walking away from the apartment and losing the good faith deposit.

She took a deep breath and signed the lease on the two-bedroom unit anyway. The $2,500 good faith deposit was then subtracted from the brokers fee, which was negotiated down from 15% to 12% of the annual rent.

Good faith deposits arent a new concept: Prospective renters or buyers put money down on an application to show the landlord or seller that theyre serious about their intentions or to make their application more favorable.

But a transaction that was once a deal sweetener has become virtually obligatory in recent months, say tenants, with brokers and landlords frequently pressuring prospective renters to submit deposits.

Another respondent, who did not want to be named for fear of being sued or evicted by her landlord, shared a similar story.

The broker working on the Bushwick apartment the woman sought required that she submit a $2,150 good faith deposit with her application in August. The non-refundable payment amounted to one months rent and would transition to a brokers fee regardless of whether or not we decided to sign the lease, she told THE CITY.

If our application was accepted even if we didnt end up signing the lease or even if we backed out after we would still lose the broker fee and good faith deposit. That was really strange to me, she said.

The broker informed her the company would stop showing the unit in Bushwick once a good faith deposit was submitted. But she said she witnessed the brokerage firm accept another application for the same unit.

Less than a month into her lease, the woman said, the landlord is threatening legal action against her for filing a 311 complaint over bedbugs.

Samuel Himmelstein, a housing lawyer at Manhattan-based Himmelstein, McConnell, Gribben, Donoghue and Joseph, said that good faith deposits are not allowed under his reading of the new Housing Security and Tenant Protection Act.

But, he noted, such a prohibition could be a very hard thing to enforce.

The recently enacted law states that no landlord, lessor, sublessor or grantor may demand payment, fee or charge for the processing, review or acceptance of an application or demand any other payment, fee or charge before or at the beginning of the tenancy, except for background checks and credit checks.

Assemblymember Linda Rosenthal (D-Manhattan), who has been pushing for stronger tenant protections for years, said good faith deposits are strictly illegal.

Its an attempt to circumvent the law, and anyone who has been told to pay a good faith deposit should report the company to the Department of State and to me, or their elected official, Rosenthal said.

If brokers collect a deposit to reserve a place in line and keep the money even after a tenant changes their mind before the landlord agrees to rent the apartment to them, then the deposit collected would be considered unearned and/or to have not been a legitimate charge for a service rendered, and therefore would be prohibited under state law, Department of State spokesperson Mercedes Padilla said in an email.

She said tenants who have had brokers retain deposits in situations should file a complaint with the department, which oversees the real estate profession.

As THE CITY previously reported, the sweeping housing measures state lawmakers passed in June also contained a $20 cap on application fees, including background or credit checks. Brokers charged many tenants larger sums, some into the hundreds of dollars, and asserted that the new restriction did not apply to them.

Last week, the Department of State declared that brokers, who had claimed the law implicitly exempted them from the $20 fee limit, also have to abide by the limit for rental apartments. Applicants seeking to buy or rent co-ops or condos, however, may be charged more.

We appreciate the Department of State providing further guidance on the manner in which the new rent regulations affect real estate licensees in New York State. said Carl Hum, the general counsel at the Real Estate Board of New York, a trade group that represents property owners and brokers.

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March 14th, 2019 by admin

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Do Bed Bugs Smell? | Arrow Exterminating

March 11th, 2019 by admin

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The scent gland of bed bugs produces a musty odor that is often described as smelling like coriander. The smell is not pleasant. If you have an infestation of bed bugs you may begin to notice your home smells like moldy shoes or wet moldy clothes.

If you are at a point where you notice a Bed Bug Smell, then it could be a good possibility that you may have a problem.

While many folks describe the smell of a bed bug infestation as smelling like spoiled raspberries, some may also describe it as similar to coriander. Although not all people smell the bed bugs similarly, coriander or cilantro seems to be a common description. You will sometimes also hear folks describe the Bed Bug Smell as similar to almonds or somewhat acidic marzipan (almonds). However, not everyone describes a smell when encountering bed bug infestations. It isnt always the same experience for everyone.

When those people that describe the smell of bed bugs as similar to coriander, they are in good company. Coriander is an herb and belongs to the carrot family. The Greek word for bug is at the root of the word koris. When the seeds of coriander are ripe, they emit a musty, sweetish aroma that has been compared to that of bedbugs. Its almost as though coriander smells like bed bugs versus bed bugs smell like coriander.

It is commonly thought that the smell originates from the droppings of the bug. Typically when there are larger populations it is more likely that bed bugs odors are often detected. It may be months of an infestation before a scent is detected. Sometimes after a very heavy infestation that has been around long term, a minty smell is detected also. Crushed bed bugs tend to give off a strong smell. Although it is not likely that a few bed bugs living in an area will be smelled, it is pretty common that a large infestation may be noticed by the smell it emanates. The musky smell is also based on pheromones produced by the bed bug. Bed Bug Detection Dogsare trained to sniff out and find bed bugs based on smell. Dogs have the ability to smell bud bugs and infestations that humans never could expect to detect. Dogs have been able to boast a 97% detection rate for bed bugs while humans visually inspecting have a much smaller success rate.

Dogs have been a very positive tool in the battle of the bed bug. Typically a dog can find a bed bug infestation within just a few minutes of searching. Because dogs are so successful in finding bed bugs, they have been used extensively in the last decade or so. As infestations increase in number and frequency, dogs who are experts at finding the Bed Bug Smell are being trained at a much higher rate than in years past. The majority of dog training facilities are based in Florida but more and more businesses are training dogs to employ in the bed bug industry. Mans best friend, may truly be the bed bugs worst enemy.

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Arrow Exterminating Company, Inc.

Lynbrook, NY 11563

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HPD Bed Bugs New York City NYC Bed Bug Registry

March 4th, 2019 by admin

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On November 16, 2011, HPD along with Council Speaker Quinn and Council Member Brewer announced the acquisition of two male bed bug sniffing dogs in an effort to combat bed bug infestations in residential properties. The beagles, Mickey and Nemo, are available to assist a team of four Code Enforcement Inspectors who have been trained to work with the dogs. The dogs will respond to bed bug complaints where the 311 operator has confirmed that the tenant would like to have the inspection performed by a dog; not every complaint where someone indicates that they are available for a dog will get such an inspection. The dogs were trained at an accredited facility to alert by sitting when they detect live bed bugs or viable eggs. The dogs findings will be confirmed by visual inspection before a violation is issued. Although the dogs cannot respond to all bed bug complaints in residential properties, they will serve as a valuable resource in detecting bed bugs in places that are difficult for people to detect, and in cases where there are a small amount of bed bugs or the bed bugs have not yet matured. For more information on the Bed Bug Canine inspections, click here.

The Department of Health and Mental Hygienes (DOHMH) Bed Bug Website at http://nyc.gov/bedbugs provides detailed information for tenants, property owners/agents and homeowners on how bed bugs thrive, how to recognize and inspect for their presence, steps to take to prevent them from infesting a home, how to safely rid an area of bed bugs if they do occur, and how to select and work with a pest management professional. You can also go to the Department of Housing Preservation and Developments (HPD) e-learning on bedbugs, which provides information on the above topics through an interactive format,using anaudio/ visual format.

Left untreated, bed bugs can spread quickly in multi-dwelling housing. Both the housing and health codes require that property owners address infestations promptly. The surest strategies to keep bed bugs from spreading are prevention, early detection and rapid treatment. As a tenant, the first action you should take if you believe that you have bed bugs is to notify your landlord. As a landlord, the first action you should take is to conduct an inspection of the reported condition. Knowing what to look for is key!

Bed Bug Complaints: Enforcement ProtocolHere is how the Citys enforcement protocols work:

ComplaintsYou can file a complaint about bed bugs by calling 311 or using 311ONLINE. When a complaint is made to 311 about bed bugs in a residential building, HPD attempts to notify a property owner/representative at the registered phone number about the complaint (For more information on registration,click here.) A housing inspector from HPD may conduct an inspection. The inspector examines places where bed bugs are commonly found, such as on and around mattresses, beds and head boards, as well as other potentially infested areas as directed by the tenant.

ViolationsIf the HPD inspector finds bed bugs, the property owner is issued an HPD Notice of Violation (NOV)(see Sample A)ordering that the condition be addressed.

When a NOV is issued by HPD, the property owner also receives a DOHMH Order of the Commissioner(see Sample B).The Commissioners order tells property owners in more detail what the requirements for addressing the bed bug problem are, including:

Inspect the apartment(s) cited for bed bugs.

If you find a bed bug infestation in the apartment(s), inspect all units adjacent to, above and below the infested units, as well as all common areas; and retain the services of a pest management professional certified and registered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to take all measures necessary to remove bed bug infestationwhere found.

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Bed bug resources – Bedbugger.com Bed bugs: news …

February 11th, 2019 by admin

Bed Bug Resources: Table of Contents

University and Government Fact SheetsComprehensive Guides to Bed Bugs and TreatmentGet a suspected bed bug sample identifiedBed Bug Policy Advocacy Groups, Local Task ForcesBed Bug Blogs and Personal AccountsOther Sources of Information and SupportFrenchSpanishInformation on PesticidesInformation and Help for Landlords and TenantsInformation for the Hospitality IndustryInformation for Shelter OperatorsInformation for Home Visitors, Health Care and Social Workers, and others who work in peoples homesSelected Articles (trade and popular)Selected Research Studies (academic)Sources of Legal AdviceRegister Infested AddressesAudio, Video, Photos of Bed BugsInformation on Biting Mites, Bird Mites, etc.

Fact Sheets and Bed Bug Information Pages (university, government)

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Comprehensive Guides to Bed Bugs and Treatment

go back to Bed Bug Resources: Table of ContentsGet a suspected bed bug sample identified

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Policy Advocacy and Local Task Forces

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Bed Bug Blogs and Personal Accounts (and years actively discussing bed bugs)

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Is your story missing? Post it on our forums, or share a link to your bed bug blog with us (contact form). Other Sources of Information and Support

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French

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Spanish

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About Pesticides

You can find your states pesticide regulatory agency here.

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For Landlords and Tenants

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For Hospitality Industry

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For Shelter Operators

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For Home Visitors (and others who work in potentially infested homes)

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Selected Articles (popular/trade)

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Selected Research Studies (academic)

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Sources of Legal Advice Note: if you have questions about your legal rights as a tenant, try calling the tenant organizations listed in the Information for Landlords and Tenants above. If your local organization is not listed (most arent), try Googling the name of your city (or the nearest city) and tenants organization. If you locate one in your region, they should be able to direct you to a local group. Please let us know if your local tenants organization should be added to our list please email me using this contact form.

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Register Infested Addresses

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Audio, Video, Photos

CBCs wonderful in-depth segment on bed bugs (Bed Dread and Great Eggspectations, 2007) unfortunately, no longer online as of 2014

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Bird (and other) Mites (a completely different problem)

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What Landlords Need to Tell Tenants about Bed Bugs in the …

February 4th, 2019 by admin

Learn your rights to know about a bed bug problem in the rental property.

Understandably, many people dont want to live in a building with a history of bed bugs. Knowing that full eradication of a bed bug infestation is rare unless the landlord acts swiftly and thoroughly, many tenants wont even consider renting a place that ever had a problem.

If youre lucky, you may have the benefit of an explicit local or state law that requires landlords to disclose a propertys bed bug history. These include Maine (under 14 M.R.S.A. 6021-A) and New York City (NYC Administrative Code 27-2018.1). To check out your state, see the list of state bed bug laws published on the website of the National Conference of State Legislatures.

Unfortunately, most tenants cant count on a have state bed bug disclosure law. But if so, how will you know if a rental property has a current or past problem with bed bugs? You can start by asking the current tenants or neighbors in nearby buildings, and you can point blank ask a potential landlord or manager (see the Nolo article How to Check Out a Landlord or Property Manager for advice on doing this). Hopefully, youll get useful answers to your questions.

A landlord must answer your bed bug questions truthfully or face the consequences. If you find out that a landlord failed to tell you about a propertys bed bug history, you may have several options.

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February 1st, 2019 by admin

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This by far has been the best hotel I've been to in Manhattan.. I really don't understand the Yelp previous reviews. The only way I can rationalize it .. is that people have purposely posted negative reviews for political reasons. Very sad to see that these people have gone out of their way to give these ratings for vindictive reasons. My husband and I experienced their great spa.. and fitness center is very practical and up to date:-)Concierge goes out of their way to make sure you feel special and recommend the best restaurants. Not only do they do this but they also have a black car to take you there with VIP experience along with complimentary dessert. Security is fantastic.. and housekeeping top of the line. Honestly, there's only positive things to say 🙂

Old and run down. Dirt and dust everywhere. Mold in the bathroom. Stained carpets and sheets. Clean your rooms, they're disgusting.

This place is definitely high class and not for the faint of heart, because it's Trump's hotel. Everything here is exquisite and luxurious. If you've got the money, this is the place to be. The concierge service was kind enough to give us directions to where we wanted to go and were not rude to us just because we were simply site seeing.

This hotel is super old and run down. When I got into my room it look as if it had not been cleaned in days the TV was very dusty and there was a ring around the tub. I mentioned it to the front desk but was told it is not their fault and that they clean every day I do not believe this statement.The food in the restaurant wasn't the worst ever but also was not the best I would say it was on par with the run-of-the-mill buffet at Sizzler. Thankfully they were clean towels inside the room and at least the duvet looked clean but the biggest problem was they had no heat in my room and I had to be moved to another room which also had no heat and so had to be moved to the third room. And that room finally had heat. I cannot in good faith recommend this place only stay here if it's your last resort and you have absolutely no other place to go.

Probably the best hotel I've ever stayed at! (And I don't take that lightly) From the moment we got out of the taxi the staff all greeted us and were extremely friendly and helpful. Just waiting to get our baggage checked in we were offered hand towels! We arrived to NYC early just to walk around but we stopped there first to drop off our luggage. But just because they didn't have the room ready for us (which this is 5 hours before our scheduled room was ready) they gave us an upgrade to a Suite! The room was very clean and the room service is outstanding. Great food and great experience! Lovely city view!

Best hotel in NYC. Immaculate rooms and public spaces. Great staff including housekeeping. Class act all around I wouldn't stay anywhere else in NYC.

This was the worst experience ever. Dirty room, molded carpet and no air. All this for only $700

When we go to New York City we always stay at the Trump International. The location is amazing. The park is right out the front door. My wife loves the kitchen in the 2 bedroom suite that we normally stay in. It is nice size and very well appointed. The staff is more then accommodating and friendly. I always feel special when the staff calls you buy name and at the trump they do. The restaurant is fantastic. Hard to get in and a little stuffy but fantastic food. Right across the street is a Whole Foods. We usually make that our first visit after checking in. The house car will take you nearly anywhere if you don't want to walk. I would suggest you stay at the trump international when you visit NYC. You will not be disappointed.

I gave this review for the service, not for POLITIC purpose! Some of angry no brain people attacked me because I gave a good review! Please! If you are understand ENGLISH! Just go to another website for POLITIC! I have nothing to do with it I just stayed in this hotel for my anniversary! Please being smart dude! I live in Williamsburgh, Brooklyn but my husband wanted to surprise me for our anniversary by taking me stay over night in Manhattan. He choose this place because it is next to Central park and we can enjoy waking up in the morning and see Central park view. Room is nice and clean and giving out the elegant look, service is good, staff is professional. Price is high but I think it just one time in your life I'm ok with that.

Trump International Hotel, 1 Central Park west Manhattan. Can't believe how great this place is. Hotel staff is second to none. Our room is great, park view and on the 9th floor. Totally worth every penny. Competitively priced for its location. Just minutes walking distance to fine dining, Broadway shows and or comedy clubs. Great location to depart from if taking a cab across town to other attractions. Quite possibly the best hotel stay I have ever experienced.

From the moment we arrived ( my husband and IOur two daughters age 17 and 13)First class treatment!!Picked up by private car service we ordered through theTrump hotelGreeted us on time with a sign at the luggage area.We were again treated with a nice welcome uponArriving at the hotel with friendly service and beverages.The two bedrooms sweet was spacious with Comfortable bed and very nice linens.The people working the front deskGreeted us Dailey and the door guys were so sweet.We had used the hotel car service multiple timesWhich was great .Central location and walking distance to Shops and bars.Both managers went out of their way as wellTo insure we had a fabulous vacation!Thank you allWe will be back

First off it's hard to rate luxury brand hotels like Trump International Hotel and even harder when it's tied to the politics of the day so I'm posting this as a well traveled, typical Intercontinental hotels kind of person. Staff: 100% Why I'm rating the hotel 5 Stars is the staff. Every member of the staff was phenomenal and kept my daughter and I totally happy. We wore our Mexico Soccer jerseys the one day and the staff loved it! Location: I personally don't think any location could beat this in NYC. Central Park, Columbus Circle and every other mid town venue within walking distance. Subway is a few steps from the hotel. Dining: Perfect. Actual physical building: Trump International is an aging building for sure and the rooms and hallways are definitely showing their age. I think the cracks and "damage" adds character but I can understand why others criticize the hotel for falling apart. No public viewing area on top of the hotel was extremely disappointing. The pool is large for NYC standards but not if you're used to traveling and staying in other +5 star locations. Couple side notes:The Trump Hotels are the safest places on earth. At any given time they have at least 10 NYPD police cars around the property. I totally appreciated this traveling with my daughter and seeing all the negative media coverage and hate surrounding Trump. The "Trump" bottled water is amazing, the blue labeled one, not the grey. I know this sounds dumb but we loved the water!!! Milk and cookies waiting for us in our room after walking the town was a cool. The price to stay is steep and no major perks come with the high price so I do caution people not to set their expectations too high.

Had a visit with my friend here, within an hour of putting my things away, a bedbug ran across the pillow. The front desk acted like there wasn't a problem. Needles to say, I was out of there in 5 min.

This was the worst hotel experience ever. The room was so dirty. There were bed bugs, hair in the shower and I'm not real sure the sheets had been changed. Never coming back!

Trump Hotel NYC - Used to LOVE it!, but now so sure we even like it anymore. The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. My wife and I have stayed at the Trump Int'l Hotel NYC several times, WAY before the Donald before became Commander-In-Chief, and we usually go back there for the service, location, and view. However, I'm sad to report that our last experience, just this Monday & Tuesday past, was less than we usually experience whilst staying there. Now I'm not a big reviewer, but we were so disappointed this last stay that well, just had to. Before I go into the negatives (unfortunately more than there should be) let me throw a few props for most of the staff: Bartenders ALWAYS recognize us and we only visit once or twice a year, maids (the maid manager we less so) are super sweet and courteous, doormen are professionals and it's because of them that I gave the Trump 2 stars v. 1. If it weren't for past, positive experiences my wife and I would be done with this hotel. And that sucks!!! The Bad. I made reservations a few weeks before our travels for the same room style on a high floor, didn't think it would become an issue as we're use to traveling this time of year and it has never been an issue to date. I mean we were just there a month ago when we ran the NYC Marathon...what happened?! So the room wasn't ready until 6 pm which really wasn't that big of a deal, this time, as we had plenty of time before dinner and did a bit of shopping. Otherwise that would have made this a solid 1 review if we were in a hurry. On Check-In "No higher rooms available, sorry" as I requested. Okay it's only 2 nights and we can handle the street noise for that long...got it. I mean I spent 3 months under the #2 trap wire on an aircraft carrier in the Persian Gulf so noise isn't THAT big a deal, but the wifey...less so. Now the ugly, which for me is a potential deal breaker. Regardless of the fact that is was a late check-in and the fact that we weren't getting our usual room on a higher floor we're happy to be back in the NYC for some serious adult time. We go into the room and it literally smelled like i just walked into a tired-ass spring break hotel in Florida RIGHT after spring break. Being from Florida, know the smell. It stunk of cleaning fluids and whatever else. NOT the worse part. The bed was...hmmm, disheveled may be the nicest way to put it. A bunch of random pillows thrown on the bed with no rhyme or reason, but that's really not what bothered me. Someone else was in the bed. "Of course there was", you may say as it's a hotel dummy, but i mean like a few minutes before! Weird! Ass prints on BOTH sides of the bed and not ours obviously, what the hell? Now I'm a retired Navy Diver/Bomb Expert with 3 combat tours so I'm not prone to hyperbole, but the threat assessment portion of my brain is telling something is amiss. So I contact the front desk and ask "What's going on here, not use to this level of service from you?". This is the ugly part. Both the Maid Manager AND the Front Desk said, "That is your pillow profile and the room looked good a moment ago". Really? Never had a pillow profile the previous several times before and if i did it wouldn't have been that..just a pillow or two cleanly tucked away on the bed where they should be, not a mountain of random pillows at the end of the bed. The ass prints on both sides of the bed, well, they completely blew that fact off. Ass prints on both sides of the bed, hmmmm...I know what that means to me. It's that response alone that has us looking somewhere else for our next trip to NYC. Huge Bummer! PLEASE TIGHTEN UP!!!!!To close...Never say anything in a letter, email, or text you wouldn't say personally.- Perry, CEO & Retired War Vet

My friend and I splurged on our stay here. We've both stayed in some very nice hotels but this one was epic posh. Our room was immaculate, second to none. You know how difficult it is to keep the edges of a faucet nice after a lot of use? Spotless. Or how few hotels vacuum the edges of the carpet by the baseboard? Spotless. Or how crazy it seems for a hotel to dress the furniture in light-colored fabric that is probably silk? They do and again, it was spotless. We chose the larger suite with bedroom, living room and small kitchen. We never sought out the view of Central Park because we were just as happy with a city view. We were on the fifth floor and the floors were so QUIET. Everything from the pen/stationery set to the towels (thick and huge) were beautiful and plush. The Keurig machine was quiet, didn't know they could be. The nightly slipper service and treats on the nightstand were appreciated. My friend and I asked for a late checkout our last day so we could enjoy the room before we would have to go back to the real world!When I returned home, I immediately started to prepare my husband for our upcoming stay at this hotel that he doesn't know about yet. :)Yes, the lobby isn't very big, but I imagine the restaurant on the same level is the reason for that. The staff was fabulous - we especially loved Christopher who is from St. Louis!

The Trump hotels service is exceptional. From the moment we stepped foot into the hotel we were treated amazingly. The staff was always very friendly and committed to our needs. The hotel rooms are amazingly spacious, especially the suits. The room service cheeseburger is delicious. Maid service is AM & PM, and they do a great job at making the room spotless. This is my second time staying at this property, and I will be returning.

I just feel it has become an overly overrated hotel. The rooms are clean but standard. Location is nice outside Central Park. Too expensive for my taste but apparently not for the 1%. Lots of tourist outside taking photos for god knows what reason. Makes it hard to maneuver sidewalk. Definitely will not stay here again.

The service is fantastic and very welcoming. Anything you need is provided at a moments notice. The beds are extremely comfortable, offering a selection of pillows for any need. The location was ideal-next to the subway, Central Park access and Columbus Circle. This location is wonderful for people who want to "get away" from the loud city noises but still be close to it all. The views from the hotel--whether park or city are superb.

My wife and I checked out this morning after staying for three nights. We greatly enjoyed the hotel, in particular, the staff. Franklyn and Vladimir were extremely helpful with respect to concierge services. They arranged, rearranged, and rearranged again our plans when necessary. They stocked our refrigerator with our requests exactly as ordered. The staff ironed my jacket for our night of fine dining and returned it to our closet earlier than requested. We asked for a room on a high floor in a corner, and this was exactly what we received. We also asked for an early check-in, which was not a problem. The room was extremely clean. After reading some of the 1-star reviews here, I have to wonder if some of the poor reviews are politically driven. The lobby is small but nice. I was expecting something on a grander scale. Having said that, it had an intimate feel. From the moment we checked in, the staff--both day and night--called us by name. It seemed they knew us without ever having met us. This was a nice touch. We were impressed. When compared to NYC hotel icons such as the Ritz-Carlton and The Plaza, the cost is significantly better. We would recommend this hotel.

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