Great hotel for the money when comparing other hotels in New York. The rooms are small but new and modern. The beds and pillows were dreamy and so comfortable! We got 2 rooms with 2 Queens which worked out well. I couldn't imagine all 4 of us sharing one room. There were 4 of us traveling together on a girls' trip to see New York and go to a couple of plays. Good location for some of the sights we wanted to see but a bit far from the theater district. We took the subway to go Uptown which worked well, just have to plan travel time into your schedule to get to the Theatre and Central Park and Times Square. Overall a good experience.
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"Comfortable hotel in a quiet part of town w/ ameni"
This is a comfortable hotel in a quiet part of town with many amenities including free desktop computers and a fancy coffee machine, as well as daily local papers and copies of Time Out New York (an indispensable weekly event guide).
"Hotel was nice and clean and large for a NYC hotel"
We enjoyed our stay the only thing disappointing is in their ad it said they would have free snacks in the hotel room they did not have snacks. They did have a few drinks. Also the hotel room was freezing and we could not adjust the temperature. I would return. The location was good. Staff was nice.
The hotel was great. It's a small boutique hotel that is very nice, but I'm not sure I would call it fancy. I got a suite which was very unexpected and appreciated. It was very spacious, had free wifi and even had a full kitchen. Bed and bathroom were very clean and all was comfortable. I will look to stay here again...especially if I'm returning with family members. An unexpected benefit...TKTS is just a block and a half away for easy broadway ticket purchases, if your meeting end early.
good opportunity for a NY hotel stay that is quieter than average, yet there were still some late night spots in walking distance and it was quite close to the metro. The decor of this hotel is interesting and different. Nice bar. Would have liked to have tried the restaurant.
Very comfortable bed and pillows (and my guy is very picky). Wild, original place -- angular cabinets in room, skinny, futuristic table lights; nice shower with glass door instead of a skunky curtain; conveniently located (for us) in the Financial District. Our room overlooked the new World Trade Center and 9-11 Museum, and the view was stunning. Very accommodating and nice staff. New language is a kick, too..."take the lift"; "Wired" for Business Center; "Fit" for gym.
Downsides: Walls are thin -- we heard a party of women partying at the top of their lungs at 4:30AM; had to change rooms for our final night (surrounded, this time, by zillions of windows of apartments/condos, less stunning and less private). Check-in is on the 5th floor (nice ceiling & floor!); you have to get off there and then take another elevator...uh "lift" to your actual floor room. A little inconvenient.
All in all, recommended.
This is one of the best finds in the city. We enjoyed our stay. The rooms are large. We even had a separate sitting area and a walk-in shower in our room. The hotel and staff are great. We enjoyed relaxing as we walked by the Hudson River, which is across the street from the hotel. The World Trade Center is also near the hotel. There is a shopping mall and many restaurants in the area as well. We can't wait to go back!
Pocket Guide: New York Wall Street - Financial District Hotels
Wall Street comes to life before dawn as traders rush to Lower Manhattan to make and break deals. But finance is just one aspect of Lower Manhattan, where colonial churches stand next to skyscrapers. Within the district, rebuilding continues at Ground Zero. At Battery Park, ferries depart for Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, America’s beacon of freedom.