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Reviewed 17 July 2010

We found a great deal for Fourth of July Weekend at www.bookit.com with this hotel ($105/night). We lived in New York before so when we saw the location which is TRIBECA, we knew we hit the jackpot! The subway (C,E) are right around the corner from the hotel. When you walk into the lobby, you will be greeted by Lessie who has the biggest smile in the world. A cool container or fruit infused water awaits us and freshly baked cookies and mini desserts in the counter. Our room was in the 4th floor and we learned that each room has a view of the city. Elevators were fast and good music. The room was clean and has floor to ceiling glass window which we loved. The it has a sheer curtain with an additional shade screen to trap the light for late sleepers. The queen size bed was comfy with it bright white fluffy comforter. Flat screen TV and a desk was appropriately situated. The room is the average size NYC room. For those who found this room small, they haven't lived in the city where space is a luxury! This is not Kansas! The room also included an iron which big hotel chains don't even include. I even had a fridge delivered in the room to keep our store bought water bottles. The bathroom was adequately stocked with organic amenities. The rain shower was comforting after a long day of walking! LOCATION::: it is is close to Broadway which is lined with stores to shop. Chinatown and Little Italy is less than a 10 minute walk from the hotel. There are tons of restaurants around the hotel that stay open late. We didn't eat at Beca but the place looks very nice. Would definitely stay in this hotel again!!!

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 6 July 2010

We stayed over 4th of July weekend, and the city was pretty quiet and empty. We had no problem with noise. I grew up in NYC and am used to the subways...we stayed on the third floor, and you could hear a rumble when they went by, but it was nothing more than the same sound of faraway thunder. Might be more noticeable on the second floor, less on higher levels. Never bothered me, slept straight through, not much noise from the street either.

Clean and small lobby, friendly and attentive staff. On checkout, we mentioned a loose tile in the shower area and the maintenance man standing right there immediately made note of it. Also, the lady working the front desk at around midnight on the 4th helped me look up the alternate side of the street parking regulations on the computer by the elevator, to make sure I was parked legally.

The room is small, but I expected that. The room was plush and looked exactly like the website photos. The bed was huge and soft and wonderful! It took up most of the room, which was perfectly fine with us! The furniture is clean and comfortable and modular, the sort of perfect small-space living furniture that those of us who have lived in the city enjoy. Very clean rooms, nice amenities like spa-type shampoos and a bathrobe available to wear. The flat screen TV was very nice, and the cable had a ton of channels!

The location is great: it may be downtown, but the island tapers to a point downtown and it's very easy to catch a west side train or walk through beautiful City Hall Park to catch the east side train.

Overall, it was a perfect weekend and the hotel accommodations added to the experience. I highly recommend this hotel as long as you can handle a small room, it's totally worth it.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank 1987porsche944
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Reviewed 5 July 2010

I was very pleased with my stay at the Duane Street Hotel. My partner had been there before and she highly recommended it. I'm very glad she did. The location in Tribeca is very convenient for exploring downtown. If you like to walk, it's a great base for exploring the Village, Soho, Little Italy and venturing into the Lower East Side. The neighbourhood has much more character than anything in Midtown and the subway is nearby any time you want to head uptown. As noted by others, the rooms are not large but they are extremely well-appointed, comfortable and have very high ceilings. (although I believe one of the floors has lower ceilings than the others so you might want to ask when booking) For the excellent price we paid, I could not have imagined more from a room. The value was exceptional. Yes, sometimes you can hear the subway or a bit of street life -- but, after all, this IS NEW YORK CITY! If you want total peace and quiet go somewhere else. The sound is minor; we didn't lose a wink of sleep during our stay. The desk staff was always extremely friendly and very accommodating. When the concierge overheard us talking about dead batteries in a camera, she immediately went to the cabinet behind her and with a smile offered us some double-A's from the hotel's stash. There is always fresh fruit or fresh baked treats beautifully displayed at the front desk for anyone to enjoy and a big pitcher of cool fresh water, flavoured by pieces of orange or apple. Small, personal touches like this say a lot about a place. I'm very happy to have a "go-to" hotel in New York for my visits in the future.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 5 July 2010

From what I saw the size of the rooms varies, but ours was incredibly small. It fits a queen size bed (smaller than usual), a couple of bed side drawers, and about enough room for one person between the bed and the walls.

That said, the rooms and bathroom were very clean and fitted to a very high quality. Service was very good and friendly. Good location - tribeca has some great bars and restaurants, and the subway is a short walk away.

The only other thing to say is that I was on the second floor and had all the noise of the busy church street outside. You can hear every subway train and it usually shakes the room a bit too. I live in central london so I'm used to putting up with plenty of noise outside, but this was too much at times. We had to wear eyemasks and earplugs at night, which made it fine.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 July 2010

We stayed here for a week as a family with teenage children, all sharing a room.
The room was extremely stylish and well equipped, if a little on the snug side for four people, but that was our doing not theirs. It would have been very roomy for just two.
The hotel had been refurbished fairly recently and had undergone a name change, taking it more into 'boutique' territory. The lobby area was again simply stylish, like the room, but extremely small, as are the restaurant and bar, which both sit along side it. Consequently, accompanying facilities were fairly limited - staff were helpful and friendly.
The location, in Tribeca, is a little off the beaten path so it tends to be very quiet at night and at weekends. There is also a limited choice of restaurants close by - especially if you want something family friendly, as they tend to be quite up market and pricey. Dinner and breakfast in the hotel restaurant were expensive alternatives.
We enjoyed our stay, but felt that the price was on the high side considering the overall lack of space in the common areas and limited general facilities.

  • Stayed: October 2009, travelled with family
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Thank chicaw3
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