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In the first night I had a mouse in the room. It was awful! No one helped me and I moved out of the hotel the next day... They still charged me for the one night I've stayed there, without sleeping because the mouse ran...More
We had a good stay in a room shared by three with private bathroom at a very good price for NYC, considering it also includes a light breakfast. The room and bathroom were clean on arrival, and recently remodeled. The wifi was fine.
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Response from 920collinsprincess, Manager at Chelsea Inn - 17th StreetResponded 7 April 2017
Thank you so much for being our guest. We are happy to hear that you had an overall great experience and that you found the our services and locations to be great. We do apologies for the minor inconvenience with the furnace. Our...More
We've been in this hotel for 6 days. The location is perfect, the room was clean and everyhing was ok. Until we went to sleep. The window didn't close perfectly and it was a bit noisy and cold at night. It was difficult to sleep...More
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Response from Daniela L, Manager at Chelsea Inn - 17th StreetResponded 4 April 2017
Dear Maca J,
Thank you for staying with us and taking the time to leave a review, We appreciate your feedback as this helps identify were we can make improvements. We apologies that you had this minor inconvenience but are happy to hear that you...More
I stayed at chelsea inn on Fed 11-13th, the deposit still not return. I sent many emails to them, the staff Delenia always asks me to wait ........It's takes more than one month. I HAVE NEVER MET SUCH A BAD HOTEL.More
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Response from 920collinsprincess, Manager at Chelsea Inn - 17th StreetResponded 21 March 2017
My sincerest apologies for the inconvenience you are experiencing in regards to having your deposit return to you. Can you please email your reservations details and i will more than happy to look into your incident. My email address is email@example.com.
Positive : The location of the hotel is great, it is in the middle of Manhattan and provides great access to the main subway lines. It is recently refurbished, the room had a huge TV. The guy who works in the reception and the woman...More
3 Thank Greta P
Response from 920collinsprincess, Manager at Chelsea Inn - 17th StreetResponded 15 March 2017
Thank you sincerely for sharing your feedback with us. Comments such as yours enable us to constantly improve our product and service.
We are very sorry that we did not live up to your expectations. That certainly is not representative of our property,...More
US$105 - US$268 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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