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Absolutely ravaged by Bed Bugs! – InterContinental New …

September 7th, 2016 by admin

This was our first visit to New York and we stayed here between the dates of 24th and 28th of December and we stayed in a King Sky Room. Upon our initial arrival we were struck by the design, cleanliness and plushness of the place. The view was also great. The location is very central if you like that sort of thing (within walking distance to the hustle and bustle of Times Square – two blocks away).

After the first night my wife had came down with a number of rashes, I was strarting to feel a bit ‘itchy’ and noticed a few red marks on my body, night by night the itching was getting worse. It never occurred to us that this 350 a night would have bed bugs! It was only on the final night where the penny dropped and at 4.30am when we were rushing out to to go to the airport that we saw the bloated red bugs crawling around the covers (makes my skin crawl thinking about it again), in a rush I took a couple of photo’s on my iphone (please see photos) and whilst rushing out for our taxi to the airport I mentioned to the person at the reception desk that there were bed bugs in our room I also showed him the photo’s he assured me he’d investigate and call me back on the details I gave no response..

Fast forwards 3 weeks and after a number of emails back and forth with the management (Drew Schlesinger – General Manager for the hotel – who to be fair to him has been very friendly and has apologised for the ordeal) the Hotel are refusing to offer a refund despite the photo’s clearly showing them in their room and a doctors report for the bites and rashes (I just wish I’d not rushed out – we had a flight to catch and a car was waiting for us – and showed the onsite manager the bed bugs in the flesh). They are instead proposing that we deal with an external insurance company based in New Jersey on their behalf! Unbelievable service!! Not only was our holiday ruined but now we also need to deal with an external insurance company to have any chance of getting a reimbursement. 🙁

Aside from the bed bugs and resultant ruined holiday, on a daily basis apart from the bed the rest of the room was not really cleaned in any way apart from the bed and taking the towels away – perhaps this was due to the snow conditions and staff could not get in to work – regardless it was very poor. Add that to the fact that in such a high end hotel you still have to pay for jumping on the wifi and to the fact that you get charged extortionate amounts for eating (what we thought were complimentary) m&m’s and nuts left out on the table each morning – 92 for each day! 180 odd pounds for eating some m&m’s and nuts that we thought were complimentary!!?? Crazy. If you do stay here make a mental note not to touch the nuts and chocolates that are left in that tray. Even though they look like they are complimentary they are soooooo not.

Aside from the shambolic experience we had in this hotel in future I think we will pursue a hotel not so squarely in the tourist trap area of Times Square. Areas like Greenwich and Tribeca appealed to us a lot more once we’d had a chance to explore a little bit around.

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Times Square location – Beware of bed bugs …

September 7th, 2016 by admin

I stayed at the Crowne Plaza Times Square April 10-14, 2007 for a business trip. I reserved a king non-smoking, but when I arrived at the hotel, I was put into a room that had a DOUBLE bed that FOLDED OUT OF THE WALL (room 2823). The room was teeny tiny and had adjoining rooms on each side. I could sit on the end of the bed and my knees would touch the television stand (and I am only 5’7″). The hotel had not turned on air conditioning yet (the hotel only turns it on during summer months) and the room was very warm. The window opened about 3 inches, but would not stay open so I had to prop it open with the guest services book.

So the room was small and hot and I could hear my neighbors conversation verbatim?? Okay, I can get over that, I am basically there just to sleep, right, and besides, this is on my company’s dime, not mine. Not as easy at it sounds…..

That first night, the bed was basically like sleeping on a box spring, hard and uncomfortable. And I noticed that my legs were really itchy!! I thought I was either having a reaction to the laundry detergent used on the sheets, or the soap products the hotel carries.

The next morning I requested that I be moved to a different room because I was so displeased with room 2823. I was told I would not be moved unitl the 3rd day because the hotel was full. Fine, I thought, I can stand one more night of hearing the shrill laughter of my neighbors at 2 a.m. and my legs itching like mad.

On the third morning, I was moved to room 2815. Just a few doors down the hall but a world of difference from room 2823!! I got a king size bed and much more room. And the room’s temperature was acceptable and there were no adjoinging rooms…hooray! I was much happier….But the itchy legs continued, and by this time, the itch had moved up to my stomach and arms.

On the morning of my departure, I was sitting on my bed putting on my shoes. I felt another bite and looked at my arm where I found a bug, similar in appearance to an appleseed, biting me. I smashed it and thought nothing more of it. I had never seen a bedbug, and besides, aren’t they just the lure of a childhood rhyme?? WRONG

The bites still continued when I got home and again, I found a stupid bug (just like the first one) on my leg. Now I was really perplexed as to why I had seen this same bug at the Crowne Plaza and now again on my leg. I did some reseach on the internet, low and behold, I had discovered BEDBUGS!!! Yes, freaking BEDBUGS traveled back to North Carolina with me.

I had never seen a bedbug in my life until my stay at the Crowne Plaza, and now they are making me and my home their own personal feeding trough. I am going to have to get an exterminator now and who knows what that is going to cost? I don’t, not yet anyway, but I bet it’s not going to be cheap.

Thanks a lot Crowne Plaza, for your univited Begbugs guests and my future extermination bill. BEWARE of rooms 2823 and 2815.

And by the way, I informed the hotel, they have not responded to my complaints. Also, a co-worker stayed in room 2723 (just below my original room, but her’s was a double, much larger and had only one adjoining room) and so far she has not been affected by bedbugs. We’re keeping our fingers crossed.

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Travelers Beware — BED BUGS!! – Wyndham New Yorker Hotel

June 2nd, 2016 by admin

The hotel is probably one of the best deals for the location alone. You’re a short walk away to Times Square, Rockefeller, and tons of shopping.

We traveled with our 20 lb dog who requires a very small kennel when we’re gone. We got to our room, and there was barely enough space for my fiance, myself, and our 2 bags. Luckily the closet was almost like a walk in, so we put the kennel in the closet and left the door of the closet open. Our view also left something to be desired – it was of another hotel room window. If you go to this hotel and have space issues, I would recommend that you request as large of a room as possible when you book. I understand room sizes are different in NYC, but it was borderline uncomfortable and claustrophobic. Had we been staying more than 1 night I would have requested a larger room.

The doormen and valets were probably the most friendly and polite individuals that I have ever met at a hotel. I was pleasantly surprised, and they were most helpful with directions and restaurant/bar suggestions, and they were not pushy for tips (though I would suggest that you do tip). The staff overall were very pleasant, especially considering that they were working during the holidays.

Overall, the hotel was clean (a true surprise because it is an older hotel, and pet friendly), the staff was friendly, and the location couldn’t be beat. Not to mention, valet parking was only $30 for 26 hours.

Downsides: The small room, the view, the hard beds (however, bedbug free!), the scratchy sheets, and the lack of anywhere for my dog to do her business. We eventually find a pile of mulch outside of Macy’s, but I wouldn’t walk there alone at night.

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Calif. couple posts skin-crawling video of bed bugs in NYC …

May 14th, 2016 by admin

A California couple’s vacation in Manhattan was ruined when they discovered bed bugs in their hotel room.

A California couple’s vacation in Manhattan was ruined when they…

A viral video showing the bed bugs a California couple found on the mattress in their New York City hotel room will make your skin crawl.

In the six-minute clip,Elgin Ozlen of Long Beach, Calif., flips over the mattress at the Astor on the Park hotel to reveal black clusters of scurrying bugs.

“An infestation where my girlfriend slept last night…” Ozlen says in the clip. “I can’t believe it. They’re everywhere on the bed. I hope no one ever stays in here again.”

Ozlen goes on to show a horrifying rash covering his girlfriend’s body.

Ozlen and his girlfriend splurged on the $400-a-night Central Park hotel to celebrate New Year’s Eve and his 30th birthday. He told the New York Daily News the getaway was ruined after his girlfriend received more than 75 bites spread across her fingers, toes, arms and stomach. The couple missed the ball drop on New Year’s Eve, and on New Year’s Day they had tickets to see the Rockette’s but never made it to the show.

Katie Phillips of Australia was also staying at the Astor on the Park over New Year’s and told ABC News her stay was “near perfect” and she didn’t find any bugs in her room.

Ozlen’s video has received nearly a million page views since he posted it on Jan. 1.

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HPD Bed Bugs New York City | New York Bed Bug Registry …

May 8th, 2016 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:

ComplaintsWhen 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.

Keep a record of all actions taken in compliance with the Order.

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May 8th, 2016 by admin

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Bed Bugs in New York City

Bed Bug Extermination in New York City, NY

April 27th, 2016 by admin

If You have Bed Bugs and you live in the NYC area. We Can Treat your bedbug problem in All Five Boroughs of New York, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, Bronx and Staten Island, Call Us Today: 1-212-203-0540

Bed bugs, you have heard the word but do you really know anything about this insect? Most people do not. Many do not even realize that they actually exist. But, they do and they may be lurking in your home, in your bedding or even in your carpeting.

It is essential that you take the time necessary to learn more about these pests. By doing this it will help you to succeed in treating them, and having a home that is free from an bed bug infestation of the worst kind.

While some of the information you will read here is a bit graphic, you will learn from it just why it is so important for you to rid yourself and your home of these nasty little creatures and what to do to get an NYC bed bug exterminator.

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April 11th, 2016 by admin

How big are bed bugs? Here’s one on a thumb.

Updated January 11, 2016.

Once thought to be eradicated from North America, the legendary little pests known as bed bugs have been making an unwelcome comeback in hotels and homes. Lest you think bed bugs are relegated to fleabag motels, they have been spotted in the posher locales as well.

What Are Bed Bugs? Bed bugs are the common name for Cimex lectularius, a reddish-brown, oval-shaped insect that can grow to a quarter of an inch long.

Bed bugs are wingless and survive by sucking blood from a host animal, preferably a human. See: Bed Bug Pictures and What’s a Bed Bug?

Why Are They Called Bed Bugs? Bed bugs commonly hide in mattresses, carpets, behind peeling paint or wallpaper, and in crevices in wooden furniture (like in the cracks of the wooden headboard of a bed).

Bugs are nocturnal and typically bite people while they sleep in an infested bed. Bugs are usually active just before dawn. See pictures of bed bug bites.

Why Are Bed Bugs Reappearing? Bed bugs were once all but eradicated with broad-spectrum pesticides such as DDT, which killed a wide variety of bug types. Concerns about health and the environment led to many of these pesticides being removed from the market. Today, pest control methods are more focused, designed to kill a particular species (like cockroaches). Bed bugs, since they are not specifically being targeted, are slipping through the cracks.

Where Did Bed Bugs Come From? Bed bugs travel surprisingly well, and are quite comfortable stowing away in luggage and even clothing.

The bugs are increasingly found hiding in beds, upholstered furniture and behind baseboards in urban hotels in America. Since they tend to stow away and travel with humans, any place that sees a number of world travelers is susceptible. Pilots, wealthy people, and business travelers can bring bed bugs along unwittingly.

What Can You Do to Avoid Bed Bugs? Look around. Bed bugs are large enough to see. Look particularly under the mattress and in the seams, in and around the bed frame, and along any cracks or peeling paint in the wall or picture frames. Check for bed bugs in the cracks of any wooden furniture, particularly antiques. You can also spot droppings from bed bugs, which may be tinged with blood. See: Are Bed Bugs in My Hotel?

What Should You Do if You Are Bitten by Bed Bugs? Bed bugs bite exposed skin and leave behind small, red, itchy welts. The good news? Bed bugs are not generally thought to transmit any diseases. The damage is more emotional than physical. The CDC does say that bites from bed bugs can be treated with topical emollients or corticosteroids. You can also take an oral antihistamine. If you are exposed, you may consider treating your home as well. See: Are Bedbug Bites Dangerous?, Is This a Bed Bug Bite?, and Treatments for Bedbug Bites

What Should You Do if Bed Bugs Are in Your House? Bed bugs are notoriously difficult to eradicate. They hide well and can go up to a year without feeding. However, it’s important to rid your house of them as soon as possible, as they can breed and spread very quickly. Most pest control companies are equipped to handle bed bugs. There are a few home remedies you can also use to protect yourself, your clothes and your furniture. See: Bed Bug Control and Bed Bug Spray

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April 9th, 2016 by admin

Our bed bug laundry service includes both wet and dry cleaning clothes and household items.

Bed bugs are flat, wingless, blood-sucking insects less than a quarter inch long. They range in color from light brown to reddish-brown. Bed bugs lay up to 540 eggs in a lifetime, and each baby can be ready to reproduce in only 21 days. Bed bugs are a nuisance pest only and are not known to spread disease.

Where Do Bed Bugs Hide?

How Do I Control Bed Bugs?

If you have bed bugs, do not panic. Bed bugs can be contained and eliminated from your home with the proper course of action.

What You Should Do

Pest Control

It is recommended to hire a pest management company like Orkin to locate all bed bug hiding areas and apply a treatment that will effectively eliminate the population.

How Bed Bugs Spread Through Your House?

Bed bugs may originate in furniture brought from other locations.

Bed bugs may crawl through walls and enter new rooms.Lines indicate where people may transfer bed bugs to other locations of their house. Bed bugs are moved either by transferring them on their person or by moving them around in other items, such as laundry. Note: A laundry room in a different part of the house, could become a prime transfer location, as clothing from an infested room comes into contact with clothing going to other rooms.

Bed bugs are “lazy” insects. They do not run, travel long distances on their own, or fly. In fact, they may stay in the same location without food for up to one year!

Where Do Bed Bugs Come From?

Decades ago bed bugs were eliminated in the United States by certain pesticides, such as DDT, which have since been banned by the Environmental Protection Agency. Recently, with increased traveling, domestic and international, bed bug activity also began to resurge in this country as people moved around more. Although more environmental-friendly pesticides are on the market, some bed bug populations are becoming resistant to these chemicals. Until an effective pest management strategy can be developed, bed bugs are on the rise.

Bed bugs may be crawl into or attach themselves to clothing, luggage, furniture, or any other item a person leaves in an infested area. Wherever this newly infested item is moved, bed bugs can make a new home and stay.

How Do You Know You Have Bed Bugs?

Fact or Fiction?

Fact: Bed bugs are on the rise! They can be found any time, anywhere, and when you least expect them. You just dont know what other people bring with them.

Myth: Bed bugs are associated with filth. Truthfully, it does not matter to a bed bug how clean your house is. They are bloodsucking insects and are not attracted to food products.

Fact: Bed bugs do not carry disease. To date, there has been no proof that bed bugs carry disease pathogens or are able to transmit blood related disorders.

Myth: Bed bugs chew their way into your mattress or bore their way into your furniture. Truthfully, bed bugs cannot chew at all. They have mouthparts much like that of a mosquito. Therefore, they will only be found on the outside of your mattress, provided there are no holes already there. They also can crawl in between furniture seams, where two pieces are nailed together, but dont create new holes in furniture.

Fact: Bed bugs are nocturnal, meaning they are active (and bite) only at night. Bed bugs do hide during daylight hours and shy away from direct sunlight.

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We left NYC with a souvenir…. BED BUGS !!!!!! – Review …

April 7th, 2016 by admin

We brought our daughter and 5 of her friends for her sweet 16th birthday, the hotel was ok, old TV’s, window air conditioners and not so pretty views, but we were mostly out and about, our stay was only 1 night, but long enough to bring home some very unwanted critters! I have only heard of bed bugs, but now we have a first hand experience, it took 2 weeks for us to realize we had a problem, by then our home was infested !! this is gross and very costly to get rid of !! We will never return to this hotel !!!!

This review is the subjective opinion of a TripAdvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

Allison R. When you called initially to report that you had bed bugs when returning from your trip, we immediately called our exterminating company to inspect the rooms that you stayed in. The exterminating company did a thorough inspection of the rooms that you stayed in and found no sign of bed begs. Even after discussing this in great detail with the Director of Operations, you continue to insist you got the bed bugs from the hotel and unfairly posted this review. As recently reported by many news sources, bed bugs have been found in many locations including popular retail chains, movie theaters, public transportation vehicles, restaurants and schools. Im not certain where you picked up the bed bugs, but based on the results of the inspection that was performed, I am certain it was not at the Belvedere. We have a very aggressive treatment program in place. When there is any report of bugs or insects in the hotel we immediately call for an inspection of the area, and if there are any signs of any bug, insect or pest, we immediately have the area exterminated. We also have regular maintenance treatments performed by our outside extermination company. There is a higher than usual incident of bed bug infestations in New York City, and no hotel is exempt. I am confident that our aggressive extermination program addresses this issue so that our guests are ensured a safe and comfortable stay free of any bug infestations.

This response is the subjective opinion of the management representative and not of TripAdvisor LLC.

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