This was our second stay at the Mercer. We spent three nights at the hotel.
We returned to the hotel because of its excellent location in the heart of SOHO and because of its comfortable, if fairly small rooms.
This time we stayed in a Mercer room. It was slightly larger than the Courtyard room we had last time, though with a view over the street, it was not as peaceful.
The room was furnished/decorated in a minimalist style, there was plenty of room for storage of clothes and suitcases (better than the Courtyard room in this respect) and the bed was large and comfortable. The ensuite was a shower room only, no bath, but the shower was large and powerful. Plenty of nice toiletries were provided. The walls between rooms seemed quite thin- we could easily hear the TV in the next room - and this, coupled with the odd bit of road noise at night could trouble light sleepers but was not a big issue for us.
We had breakfast in the lounge lobby and once again found the selection to be good. The service was prompt and the dishes tasty.
All in all, a good hotel in a good location. Quite pricey for the size and style of the room but we would probably stay here again.
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- Intimate boutique hotel housed in 6-story brick, Romanesque Revival building dating from 1890, originally built for John Astor II. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Mercer Hotel New York City
- Mercer New York