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All reviewshotel east houstonlower east sidewhole foodsroof terracef lineruss daughterskatz's deliaround the cornergreat locationsubway stationgreat rooftopbagelsnew yorkbars and restaurantsrooms are smallboutique hotelcloset space
Room is nice but small.
Since we are not here to spend much time in our room thats fine. The water pressure in the shower is a big bonus. I hate to have a trickle of water after a long sightseeing day. The bed is...More
We stayed at the Ridge for 4 nights and had a King Size bed. Our room overlooked Eldridge and it was beyond quiet. It was super quiet. The staff was friendly and responsive whenever we needed anything. The room was clean. The bed was very...More
Location was very good (right at the edge of East Village). It's across the road from a subway so I found travelling anywhere and back very easy. There are a lot of big name shops to the east of the hotel too and it's good...More
This place lacks any atmosphere, the rooms are a little run down and everything is very noisy at night.
However, the bathrooms are very nice, everything is clean and the staff are flexible. It's right by a subway stop and in East village so a...More
Charlie, the manager, really knows how to pick pleasant, eager to please, sincere staff members.
The location is hard to beat, near restaurants, transportation, Whole Foods, museums and galleries, movies and bars. Do not expect a scrubbed and polished atmosphere--this is the LES!
Cheapest possibility is to take the airtrain until Jamaica station and than subway (J/Z until Bowery or J/Z until Essex station andchange to F one station to 2nd street). You need cash money for leaving the air train at... More
Cheapest possibility is to take the airtrain until Jamaica station and than subway (J/Z until Bowery or J/Z until Essex station andchange to F one station to 2nd street). You need cash money for leaving the air train at Jamaica station.there you can buy also subway-weekly-tickets but also only with cash money.