West Side YMCA
5 West 63rd St., New York, United States
Doubles from: $95 to $172
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The West Side Y, located just off Central Park West in a European landmark style building, is steps away from Central Park, Lincoln Center, Broadway, American Museum of Natural History and the attractions of the upper West Side of Manhattan.
The YMCAs of Greater New York offer single and double rooms with an upper and lower berth. Each room includes colour TV and air conditioning. There are shared bathroom facilities for both men and women conveniently located on each corridor.
Our facilities include a restaurant, free Wi-Fi in the lobby and computer kiosks.
We provide a housekeeping service as well as free use of our state-of-the-art equipment/gym facilities, including swimming pools, cardiovascular equipment, an indoor track and more.
There are also on-site coin-operated guest laundry facilities and concierge services.
There's easy access to public transportation nearby, while our 24hr security and reception are here to assist you with all your needs.
This location provides travellers from every continent with great value. It�s ideal for visitors who want to experience the city�s multi-faceted neighbourhoods as well as its fabled sites and entertainment venues without spending a fortune.
The YMCA is a non profit tax exempt organization.
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- Reception: 24-Hour
- Wi-Fi: Free
- Air conditioning
- Bathroom: Private
- Handicap accessible rooms
About the West Side YMCA neighborhood
Located west of Central Park, the Upper West Side is a largely residential area, filled with tall apartment buildings, stately brownstones, and families. The area is home to Lincoln Center, the American Museum of Natural History, and Columbia University. One of its greatest attributes may be its borders: you're never more than a few blocks away from either Central Park or leisurely Riverside Park. Famous Harlem, whose importance as a historically African-American neighborhood cannot be matched, begins north of Morningside Heights. Despite its dangerous reputation, Harlem has become much safer... and much more popular with tourists.