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This hotel is such an awesome location. Situated in Soho, right near the corner of Canal Street and Avenue of the Americas, it is in a great location to really get a good feel for what NYC is all about. We travel to NYC frequently...More
this could be your hotel.
Easy to reach via subway ( 1) from Penn station
prices are affordableif you consider the range in NYC , the hotel is on the main way to Holland Tunnel NJ but on the higher level floor no noise has...More
The hotel is on a quiet street so noise level is low. Every single person on the staff including housekeeping was friendly, eager to give information, and personable. The breakfast area was very attractive and breakfast included waffles, omelets, and sausge. There was a small...More
My girlfriends and I had a girls weekend and stayed at this hotel. It is in a great location - close to the heart of SoHo, walking distance to the Village, Chinatown and Little Italy, plus a subway is close by too. We had a...More
US$160 - US$409 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#170 Business Hotel in New York City
#181 Family Hotel in New York City
#213 Romantic Hotel in New York City
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Response from graciella202 | Reviewed this property |
Rooms facing the back are quieter as they face an office building across an alley. As for yogurt, you won't find what you want at this hotel but there are two food shops on Varick around the corner as you head south on... More
Rooms facing the back are quieter as they face an office building across an alley. As for yogurt, you won't find what you want at this hotel but there are two food shops on Varick around the corner as you head south on Varick. Or you can go north on Varick and there is an 'Essen market that has many yogurt parfait's made to order. And remember, this is Manhattan! Chelsea Market is close to the 8th street stop off the subway. Bleecker Street and Carmine have many specialty shops for food. You may need to fill your ice container to store your yogurt if you have to have it every morning. Chalk Farm Kitchen is just up the street as well with their farm to table food.
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"Rooms higher up,facing North have a view of Upper Manhattan"