The hotel is located in one of Manhattan's most authentic neighbourhoods.The hotel features custom furnishings by Milan's admired interior designer Antonio Citterio and the interiors are a combination of European and New York modern elegance. The furniture design evokes a residential atmosphere made of natural elements accented with chrome hardware. With its wrap-around terrace floor-to-ceiling windows fireplace and screening room-study The Penthouse is one of the most exciting spaces in Downtown New York. Facilities available to guests at this establishment include a restaurant and laundry service.Wall-to-wall windows in the guest rooms offer incredible light and panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline. The rooms offer an eclectic selection of books from Housing Works covering topics such as the arts fiction non-fiction design food and more. There are three bathrobes in every room with plush terrycloth silk and a custom yukata robe. The minibar is stocked with Tina Thor jewellery custom Loraine make-up kits Kiki De Montparnasse and a variety of tasty treats. Further standard features of accommodation units include a satellite/cable TV and centrally regulated air conditioning.Guests looking to stay in shape can enjoy a workout at the hotel gym.An incredible outdoor garden under a canopy of trees and a lush dining patio create a secluded haven in the city. Govind Armstrong's first New York restaurant Table 8 at the hotel offers fresh New American cuisine.
The room was very small and was not ready for check in when we got there. We were told we would be called on our cell shortly after we got there to inform us the room was ready and we were never called. We were then charged a fee for checking out an hour after check out and was never told a fee was going to be assessed. I found out when I check my credit card statement later that day.
Staff was very nice. Room service was prompt.
Phone didn't work. Cable didn't have all channels. One girl says can't do late checkout while another says no problem?
this is a wonderful little boutique hotel. service is friendly yet sophisticated. housekeeping is excellent. Location is perfect if you need to be near NYU. we've booked another stay.
I loved the lobby and welcoming portion of the hotel I also enjoyed the view of east village from my hotel room on the 10th floor.
The hotel was very interesting architecturally and made it enjoyable to visit. The staff was very attentive for the most part, especially the door / bell staff.
The hotel bar wasn't very well stocked, and it was difficult at times to get service because there was only one "front desk" person on duty. When they were taking care of other guests, you didn't have good access to them. Electrical outlets in the guest room need to be more accessible.
good locatiom, generally nice nwer place. nice shower
very tiny room!
I was handed a nice glass of wine upon arrival, then my room was upgraded. The staff was very nice, helpful and accommodating. My room was on a high floor and exceptionally quiet for a NYC hotel.
For NYC room was large enough and well decorated and maintained. Very nice and accomodating staff. Love the location. Would stay there again. Would like to know about discounts and specials as I have family in the earea and will use the hotel w some frequency.
Accomodating staff, welcome beverages, clean lines and fresh modern design. Great TV in room, comfortable bedding, exceptional bath. Our room was a bit small, but overall the hotel feels like a European boutique hotel. Great Location in lower Manhattan
The rooms are a bit small.
The staff, was very nice and service oriented.
The room was quite small for two people with luggage.
All in all the hotel was ok, but the staff was so extremely obnoxious that I would never in a million years consider staying there again.
Elevator needs light