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I am interviewing at Columbia (for fellowship) and was wondering if anyone has recommendations for nearby hotels?

I saw an Edge Hotel (which appears close) but seems all the other hotels are >1.5 miles. I was worried for distances approaching 2 miles, it might take a long time by Uber to travel with downtown NYC traffic?

Appreciate any advice here or by direct message!
 

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I am interviewing at Columbia (for fellowship) and was wondering if anyone has recommendations for nearby hotels?

I saw an Edge Hotel (which appears close) but seems all the other hotels are >1.5 miles. I was worried for distances approaching 2 miles, it might take a long time by Uber to travel with downtown NYC traffic?

Appreciate any advice here or by direct message!
The 1 and A trains stop right by Columbia, so you can stay at essentially any hotel along the west side and it is very accessible by subway.
 
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there are essentially no good hotels directly by presby. Either travel or look into air bnb
 

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When I interviewed there I stayed at hotel belleclaire and it was a good experience. Just take the subway.
 

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Woah. Hold up. WHY WOULD YOU TAKE AN UBER TO GET TO COLUMBIA-PRESBYTERIAN? It's literally one on the most subway accessible places in the city - the A, C, and 1 trains converge at 168th street in the dead center of the medical campus. It's actually slower to take an Uber because of all the traffic, a problem the subways conveniently avoid. You could stay at a Hotel in midtown or the upper west side and be at Columbia in 20-30 minutes, tops if you take the A.
 
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Thanks everyone for the feedback. As a non-New Yorker, this is why I posted (to get feedback :)): will take Subway instead!
 
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