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So after reading the reviews I was sceptical about this hotel. I was worried it was going to be an awful experience. However I knew I wasn’t going to New York to lounge around in our hotel room.
We were greeted by a lovely gentlemen...More
I went there with friends for abbey party in their lounge.
Bartenders unprofessional and rude.
i had an argue with a waitress and i was exported outside as a terrorist without asking me the reasons.
it lost a lot of charm of the first years....More
Just in front of the lobby is a large lounge area. There was a bouncer to keep under age people out (and they were checking drivers licenses). There was music and the lights were low. It was a decent place to hang out. The prices...More
This is the bar of the Hudson hotel...
If you are easy to impress you will like the decor/atmosphere. For the rest, I have meet the unhappiest waitress ever, guys, seriously if you're not happy the door is open ! For was average, drinks average...More
Redone decor, hip and loud. Drinks expensive but fun specialty cocktails. Young yuppie crowd. Good service. Much different from when Leonard Cohen used to hang out here. Around the corner, chess and pool table in library setting. Worth a visit on a pub crawl.
First we had to wait in the freezing rain because the owner has to give the OK to let ppl in when he is ready per the bouncer!! the club is the size of a VFW hall!! tiny as hell! a bunch of kids are...More
2 drinks, 4 shots = over $100
It's all about who you are with, not where you are. Can't imagine why people hang out here.
Music is loud, can't talk. A friend in our party was told there was a dress code. She was dressed...More
This is the iconic New York that so many visitors imagine before they visit—spectacular skyscrapers like the Chrysler Building and Empire State Building, iconic public buildings like Grand Central Terminal and the New York Public Library, and the non-stop hustle and bustle of the city streets. Fifth Avenue is a shopper's heaven where you can find every kind of store imaginable, with fashion brands ranging from the
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