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Chelsea Pines Inn
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Reviewed 30 November 2009

I only have good things to say about Chelsea Pines Inn. From the moment we arrived we were treated as guests should be. Friendly, helpful with shows and resturant recommendations. The extended breakfast hours in the morning helped alot too. I was made to feel welcome and very well taken care of. Thank you to all the staff at Chelsea PInes Inn. I will definitley be back to see you.
Regina

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled with friends
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1  Thank jazzstandard
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Reviewed 30 November 2009

The title says it all! This place was spectacular! Went to NY for a business class and wasn't sure where to stay. Checked homestay.com and saw some great places for more money but Chelsea Pines kept calling to me. The reviews were amazing and the ease of location as well as concierge won me over. Can't say enough about the locale. On all other trips I have stayed uptown and it was such a pleasure to be close to everything all the time. The one bedroom suite was just as pictured and worked great for myself and my employee. The guys at the front desk were gracious from check in to check out (even though we were accidentally stealing H2O from their fridge). It became our home away from home and I will never hesitate to recommend others to or return there myself! Thanks everyone - we had a blast!!!

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled on business
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Reviewed 27 November 2009

Clean, friendly, idiosyncratic [we showered in a closet, but it worked] and [relatively] quiet. Great location away from the snooty people on upper 5th. Felt like real NY experience. Jay and the crew were great hosts. We'll go back
A few tips. we Europeans like light breakfasts but a bit of ham or smoked salmon wouldn't go amiss; look after the rear garden, it could be real treasure; warn us older folks about the climb or offer rooms on the 2nd floor

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank FootlooseBoy
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Reviewed 25 November 2009

Having read several 'great' reviews of this place on trip-advisor, in Gay times and online we were really looking forward to our stay here but unfortunatley, overall we were dissapointed and the reviews did not live up to the really thing. We always take trip advisor reviews with a pinch of salt and it takes alot to make us 'complain' or moan but on this occassion when your spending quite alot of money on a room I think its neccessary.

We opted for a deluxe room but in our opinion apart for the arty film posters on the wall there was nothing more deluxe about it than a Days Inn - it was on the 5th floor which meant a hard lugg of our cases up there after a long journey - no offer of help either. The stair wells and landing were tatty and also all rooms are named after a film star with a star plaque on each door - not one didn't have paint splashed all around it like it had been painted in a rush which looked really bad. On one occassion our room wasn't made up when we got back from a day out - didn't get much of an apology either just shoved afew new shampoos.

There was nothing special about the staff - they did there very least really. Hi/Bye kinda thing which when you read how great the staff are it makes you wonder. Breakfast is fine although they could do with more than one small toaster for the morning rush of toasted bagels.

On a positive note - the location is excellent just 50metres or so to a metro station and right in the heart of the gay district for bars, clubs and restuarants. We had a great time in NY but the Chelsea Pines Inn although perfectly comfortable but for the price you are paying really does not live up to the hype!

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Sotontravellers
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Reviewed 24 November 2009

If you are sick of the usual service and composition you see every time you travel, the Chelsea Pines Inn is a must-try for every curious traveler to New York City.

Simply put, the reviews don’t lie. Yes the hotel is exceedingly clean, perfectly situated and perhaps the coziest place away from home you could imagine; but…

The real blessing is the staff who could not have gone further out of there way to accommodate our never-ending questions on our first visit to NYC. From event tickets, restaurant recommendations to subway directions, we truly felt like the only guests in the hotel. The quality of service will leave you smiling, guaranteed.

We cannot wait to go back. No elavator?! Who cares, each step represents how much better this hotel must be than any other in NYC. Truly a gem.

  • Stayed: November 2009, travelled as a couple
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