|Distance to city center||3.2 mi|
|Nearest Airport||New York LaGuardia|
|Distance to airport||8.3 mi|
|"Cozy clean rooms, Great location."||(in 191 reviews)|
|"Rooms were comfortable and well appointed."||(in 165 reviews)|
|"Friendly staff, clean and tasteful room."||(in 160 reviews)|
|"very small rooms, bed uncomfortable"||(in 100 reviews)|
|"There was only one elevator 2."||(in 12 reviews)|
|"No coffee machine."||(in 17 reviews)|
|clean and nice||in 147 reviews|
|coffee machine||in 55 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 126 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 252 reviews|
|great location||in 324 reviews|
|junior king suite||in 19 reviews|
|new york||in 30 reviews|
|room was very small||in 440 reviews|
|street noise||in 61 reviews|
|subway station||in 146 reviews|
|tribeca||in 46 reviews|
|walking distance||in 16 reviews|
|world trade||in 33 reviews|
Excellent but will be even better
We loved staying here. It's undergoing renovations and it looks like it's going to be beautiful. No problems with construction ongoing!
We were hosting a conference at a nearby bank, which was only four blocks from the hotel. Therefore, it was very convenient business-wise.
The room is nice and clean but very small, no plac
It's modern, clean, great location!!! If you are a family of 4 or less is great!
We are a family of 5. The room is too small, we didn't have space for an extra bed so one of us had to sleep on the floor... And there's no space for bags, luggage or anything extra...
Clean and Close to the Subway
The hotel was really clean and met the basic points which was a big plus (especially after hearing that other hotels in the city contain cockroaches...). Also, the location was decent and close to the subway so it was really easy to get around in the city. The staff was also friendly and I liked how there were computers in the lobby that the guests could use.
The rooms are tiny! I felt like I was back in the college dorm rooms. For the rate of the room, I was expecting bigger rooms. Personally, I thought the value of the room wasn't there for what we paid but the rooms were decent and if you're in the City, I suppose all the rooms are going to be smaller and more expensive.
The location was wonderful, right next to the A and C and 1, 2, 3 lines. All less than a block from the hotel. The rooms were cozy w/ great room temperature control. The staff were very friendly and helpful too. Starbucks right next to hotel, which was great because they didn't have coffee or fridges in the rooms.
The hotel was doing construction on the floors below us and they started hammering, drilling, and sawing very early, so sleeping in on vacation was impossible. What really annoyed me was while checking out the guy ahead of me who was also checking out made a big stink about the noise and he was comped a night. I complained and only got any apology. Perhaps, if I was not a young Hispanic woman, but a rich looking white dude I would have gotten comped too. The water temperature was hard to control as it was either frigid or scalding.
the location was perfect for my needs
The staff was way too rude..particularly the maintenance guy. BTW who ever needed a maintenance person in a hotel. Those rooms are supposed to be already perfect. At first, they sent me to a room in which I had to use stairs to get to my bed and my head would bump against the ceiling when I reached the top. Since the AC was located at the bottom of the room and fan not directly on top of the bed, it felt really hot upstairs. When I complained that this room didn't look anywhere close to what I saw in the pictures, at first they said all rooms are booked. Then, they finally relented after I pushed more. The other room was small in size but once again was hot and I had to deal with the same maintenance guy. All night, the place was very noisy with people going in and out, the doors seemed to be clanging all night.
Air conditioner undersized and loud.
Location, lication, location...and price for NYC. Good bed and a clean washroom with nice soaps and shampoo.
Big stain on carpet, noisy window air con unit.
convenient and in the middle of the city
it was close to everywhere in the city
the staff is very friendly and helpful the hotel small and cozy
Location, location, location.
Room was small, but average sized for the area; good value. Bathroom could use a remodel.
Clean, convenient, quiet Interior, reasonable price for the location.
Tiny room, tiny bathroom, antique elevator, long hallway with turns and stairs, loud 4 a.m. garbage trucks.
Location, next to the subway and Brooklyn Bridge. Staff, very friendly and welcoming. My room, a loft, was creative. Great historic pics on the walls. Fitness Center. Access to computers.
Only that I took too much time booking it and the price on my website went up a little, but that's my doing.
The discerning traveler will enjoy a stay at The Frederick Hotel in the Tribeca region of New York City, a luxurious accommodation that is full of mid-century modern and art nouveau decor. The hotel boasts plenty of amenities including complimentary WiFi, Frette linens, and in-room safes. There is valet parking for the guests that arrive in their own vehicles. Plus, there is a 24-hour fitness room, valet laundry, and Five Wits bath supplies in each room. There are six different room sizes in order to accommodate all of the hotel's many visitors. The Junior Suite has a king bed and a pullout sofa, and it can fit up to four guests. The Deluxe King offers a king-sized bed and can accommodate two guests. The Deluxe Queen also serves two guests with one queen-sized bed. The Deluxe Double can accommodate up to four guests with two double beds. The Superior Single is a cozy room for either one or two guests and contains one double bed. The Standard Single offers guests the historic essence of the hotel with one double bed. On the ground floor of the hotel, guests can find Serafina Tribeca an authentic Italian restaurant that serves brunch, lunch, and dinner. Takeout is also an option for those that prefer to eat in their rooms. Food options include the filet mignon burger and the Tartufo Nero Pizza. This historic hotel has been wowing guests since 1838, and it continues to live up to the hype today. Guests can spend their NYC vacation in the hip Tribeca area that is full of cobblestone streets, trendy boutiques, and upscale restaurants.
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