I have stayed at the hospital apartments 2 times and I would suggest that. It is nice having a kitchen and table so you don't have to eat out all the time. I find it less stressful and cheaper. They aren't the nicest but are still comfortable enough for a short period of time.
We also stayed at a hospital apartment on W.113th. st. across from St. Lukes Hospital. The apartments there are a bit dated, but the price was great at 100.00 a night. The second time we stayed at the Holliday Inn on W. 57th St. at 138.00 a night. This was around the corner from Roosevelt Hosp. Liz @ Dr. Waner's office is over booking 212-636-3970
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