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Off Soho Suites
It was reasonably priced at $210. a night. It was a full suite – bedroom, bathroom, Living Room, full kitchen with a stove, fridge and microwave, kettle, dishes, cutlery. There are various sizes of rooms. It is an older building that has been renovated. It was clean and had everything I needed in it. Air Conditioned, has a safe, 24 hour front desk, towels switched daily, and luggage storage.
In the Lower East Side Of NYC – a few blocks from subways and a Whole Foods Grocery Store 5 minutes away. It is a working neighbourhood instead of a touristy area, but I felt safe.
Lodge at Pine Cove
This is about a 10-minute from Santo Domingo and is in Jalatlaco, one of the prettiest barrios in Oaxaca. It’s very quiet and safe, with everything on one floor. There is a rooftop patio accessible through the house with nice views of the city.
Destiny Scotland – Royal Mile Residence
It’s across the street from the main rail station and down the hill from the castle. Super close to the Royal Mile. Very reasonably priced, nice suite, and super convenient to everything.
A gorgeous apartment in the quiet and safe Aldea Zama neighbourhood of Tulum. There was plenty of space for our group of six with bikes and housekeeping included. The air-conditioning worked great, and there is a small cenote in the backyard!
Hotel des 2 Continents
Very central and easy walking distance to all main attractions, museums and metro. Just down the street from Cafe de Flores. Breakfast is an additional cost but I always found a cafe nearby. I booked on Expedia to get a deal and don’t regret it at all. A very quiet area as well – slept with the windows open, on the second floor!
The Samuel Hotel
A lovely hotel on the north bank of the River Liffey with spacious rooms and a traditional Irish breakfast of bacon, sausage, eggs, potatoes, soda bread, pudding, and more. A word of caution about the soda bread – you’ll want to eat a lot of it. Slathered with the best butter you’ve ever tasted.