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Soho Garden sort of a nice ring to it. But the hotel is not in Soho, but close to. In there is of course nothing like a garden. Pictures on the hotel's website gives a way more elegant impression than the reality. Which is pretty...More
Limited service 'hotel' only really offers rooms, no usual hotel services, they have a deal with the cafe next door for coffee and pastries (discounted) and a vending machine in the basement, maps and guides in the lobby but that's it. The staff didn't seem...More
This hotel was a positive surprise. The location next to the subway station is perfect, there are lots of restaurants and shops in the area and it's easy to get there if i.e. artiving via Penn station.
The service was great - a big thanks...More
I knew thats hotel in NY have small rooms, but here the door was stopping in the bed :)
So it was the smallest room I have ever seen. The cleanliness was not the strongest point. You could see a lot of dust everywhere. When...More
Pluses: the front desk staffers, Mike and Kai, were personable and helpful. Good location, Chinatown is within one block, the Canal Street subway stop is on the corner, it's a 20 minute walk to Whole Foods and less than that to eating spots, wine/liquor store,...More
US$100 - US$436 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Bursting with an amazing array of sights, sounds, and smells on every block, a visit to Chinatown feels like entering a different world. It’s a colorful spectacle that gets even more crowded on weekends, when families stream in to enjoy huge dim sum feasts and to stock up at the markets on Mott Street. To take a break from the buzz, grab something sweet from one of the many bakeries in the area and head to Columbus Park, where
many Chinatown residents exercise, play games, and chat the day away.
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I think it would be fine... Your 18 which is considered to be an adult in the US... When I bought this online I went through booking and they never ask your age I paid with my credit card online right away I've never heard... More
I think it would be fine... Your 18 which is considered to be an adult in the US... When I bought this online I went through booking and they never ask your age I paid with my credit card online right away I've never heard of the rule your asking well at least for the US and that's where I'm from living in the UK... We use to live close to Wall Street so when I hear Chinatown I was worried but it's a cute hotel, clean, our room was small bit in another occasion we got the bigger bed and that room was huge the whole place is quiet even though it's on a busy street... When visiting from another country they may or may not ask to see your passport but I think that's standard though ... Have fun!
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"High Floor, extra duvet, bring a metal pin to operate the heater, keep drapes closed"