I have no major complaints about Hotel Azure but it was a mixed bag for me. I'm giving it a four rating, though I wish I could give it 3.5. It was decent overall, though basic. I've had better stays for the money in NYC. I was traveling alone and for one person the very small room was sufficient, for two it might be a stretch. Something new for me: there were only a few hooks on which to hang clothes - no closet and no drawers (I used the windowsill for drawers). The bed was comfortable, and despite being very near noisy/busy Canal Street, I slept well as I think the windows are high quality (there are also blackout shades). The AC worked well. The bathroom was the best part of the room - very nice blue tiled motif with a great shower. Staff was nice but not overly so, and there was nothing special in my interactions with them. Not much of a lobby. No breakfast or fitness room. Location: Canal Street is supremely annoying and crowded, but I liked the hotel's short distance to SoHo/Broadway shopping, Tribeca, East Village, West Village. All in all: I would stay again (especially for a good price) but it would not be my first choice hotel in NYC.
- Also Known As:
- Azure Hotel New York City
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- Looking for a hotel near Downtown Manhattan? The Hotel Azure, a SoHo Boutique Hotel is located in close proximity to Downtown Manhattan. Downtown Manhattan holds some of the world's best shopping and largest businesses. When visiting Downtown Manhattan, make the Hotel Azure, a SoHo Boutique Hotel your choice for lodging. ... more less
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