Value for money
Distance to city center
|New York John F Kennedy Intl|
Distance to airport
|"Great beds and super clean bathrooms!"||(in 49 reviews)|
|"Great location with chic boutique vibes."||(in 138 reviews)|
|"Super cute boutique hotel."||(in 56 reviews)|
|"Was not a sterile hotel experience"||(in 35 reviews)|
|"The water pressure was poor."||(in 13 reviews)|
|"2 free drink tickets at check-in"||(in 5 reviews)|
|great location||in 353 reviews|
|small room||in 328 reviews|
|staff very helpful||in 228 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 199 reviews|
|bar in the lobby||in 157 reviews|
|boutique hotel||in 142 reviews|
|near subway||in 90 reviews|
|comfortable bed||in 81 reviews|
|hot water||in 69 reviews|
|complimentary drink||in 44 reviews|
|little bit||in 41 reviews|
|central park||in 35 reviews|
|fridge in the room||in 32 reviews|
|upper west||in 22 reviews|
|natural history||in 13 reviews|
|new york||in 10 reviews|
|large room||in 1 review|
It was freezing in room and washroom. I turned up heat and still the cold air from the window and washroom were cold Something wrong with that room . I never had that problem before.
Staff was unresponsive!
Room had no heat in December! When dealing with this, staff was unresponsive and slow in communicating about a room change. Very unprofessional.
Hard to pin down
The overall feel of the hotel was very unusual, I felt a bit like a genius going back to my secret speak-easy lair in the 80s in an alternate steam-punk universe. The feeling of the hotel is loudly industrial modern.
The industrial modern feeling of the hotel left everything feeling cold and dark, making it hard to really ever feel "at home"
Great location, great price
Location is great. Rooms are clean and big enough.
Beds are high and a bit nerve racking with small children.
Liked the location, next to good restaurants, shopping, coffee shops, Central Park, museums. Subway is a five minute walk, can get downtown in 20 minutes. Digital thermostat was great for temp control in the room. Came with a Keurig and replenished with 3 k-cups every morning. The staff, especially the doormen, were very friendly and helpful. Serafina is connected to the lobby, has a great brunch. Some reviews stated the rooms were loud, we had no problem during our stay, it was quiet. The bed was very comfortable and sheets were soft. The room was on the small side, but expected in NYC and honestly all the room we needed for 2 people.
Decor felt a little like a college dorm. The whole back wall with the TV was full of black scuffs and brown globs - looks like it has rarely been washed. Wish it would have came with a refrigerator as we weren't able to keep any cold drinks in the room. They are trying to be minimal with the decor in the bathroom, but only one towel hanger? Come on.
Nice New York Hotel
Other than the size of the room which is typical of NYC, overall a nice hotel. We travel to NYC 3-4 times a year. We liked the lobby area of this hotel, friendliness of staff and location on the upper westside.
Room cleanliness could have been better and there is a large construction project going on next door so if you are traveling during the work week ask about room location
Great boutique hotel
Great room, location and a friendly staff
Ambience , location and aesthetic
Slowest elevators in the goddam world. Really need to fix that.
The staff was very friendly and the location was perfect for us. They were decorating for Christmas when we were checking out, and it looked beautiful. Loved the Starbucks coffee bar in the lobby.
Valet parking, the friendliness of the staff, having Star Bucks coffee in the lobby - the lounge area in the lobby where 11 of us had take-in dinner - good place for the 3 children to have space to relax.
The children thought the glass doors to the bathrooms were funny - they could see the shadows of the person in the bathroom!
comfortable, cosy rooms and friendly staff. Nice neighbourhood with a laid-back feel.
The only problem was that the wifi is slow, unreliable and expensive.
The bathroom/shower and large flat screen TV. Internet facilities ample and very useful.
Hotel reception area not particularly well lit. Milk not readily available to make a drink in the room despite what appeared to be a top of the range coffee machine.
The location is convenient and access to shops and restaurants in the proximity makes it an easy stay. The staff is friendly and assists in a professional manner when approached.
The rooms are OK, but seem to be a little overloaded for a 2 bed configuration, which makes moving around difficult. The bathroom is OK, yet looks a bit sterile with a stainless steel sink. Good for a short stay, a bit uncomfortable for a longer stay.
Location is great on upper west side. close to subway. Rooms very attractive and modern.
I reserved a limo to Newark Airport when leaving. The Bell Captain arranged the ride. Fare was quaoted at $78 although the far was $62 on arrival. I agreed to pay. On arrival at the airport the driver could not accept credit. I don't think he was from a legitimate company. I refused - he took off - very stage. When arranging through hotels, this should not happen!
Excellent - will definitely stay there again in the future.
The location and the rooms was great, and the staff were all so friendly and helpful.
Very Clean and very comfortable bed, nice room, good bathroom.
It could do with some kind of bar/restaurant
Comfort of bed and good linen
Price,price,price coupled with lack of facilities and currently noise problems because of building work next door which appears to be there for some time in the future
The fashion and prestigious draw of New York City inspires the Arthouse Hotel. It is located on the Upper West Side and is a short hop to the subway, only two blocks away. One of the prime local treats is the American Museum of Natural History, which sits a mere eight minutes away, as does Central Park.
The rooms benefit from adequate lighting, both natural and installed, and some have balconies that allow guests to take in views of the city first hand. The suites have more living space to make the stay more comfortable for those who want a little extra room.
One of the most prominent features is the art displayed throughout the hotel. It is provided by local artists, which lends a local, unique flavor to the hotel that could not be created through any other means. Guests are treated to a virtual gallery of inspiration throughout the property.
A casual Italian restaurant offers some of the fare that New York has become known for, and there is even a genuine speakeasy-style bar. Guests get the chance to perch on top of the city using the two rooftop terraces. When it’s time to handle business, they can slide into the business center and take care of any pressing needs using the technology provided there. Steps away is the comfortable lounge complete with a piano. The atmosphere is further enhanced by a fireplace and a library with books to suit a variety of reading needs.
At once a combination of art and hospitality, the Arthouse Hotel offers a balance of the energy of New York and the relaxation one needs to get away from it all.
Policies vary by room type and provider.
For a spot that can hardly be rivalled in the city, book a Broadway View Deluxe King and peer out across the incredible New York skyline. You’ll be in a prime location to witness the hustle and bustle of the city that never sleeps. Boasting contemporary décor and an elegant bathroom, you’ll feel right at home in one of these lavish rooms.
Reserve a table at Redfarm and enjoy first-class modern Chinese dining. Taking inspiration from fresh market-style cooking and traditional dishes, the restaurant delivers incredible cuisine. Home to a sleek and modern interior that swarms with energy during the evening hours, you simply must drop in during your stay. Serving items such as barbecued duck breast, Korean rice cakes and eggplant bruschetta, there’s something to please everyone. A main dish costs approximately $35, while dumplings and starters are available for approximately $15.
Take the stress out of travel by grabbing an Uber once you land at John F. Kennedy International Airport, with the trip taking roughly 50m depending on traffic and costing approximately $75. You can alternatively travel via public transport and the first step is to catch the AirTrain to Jamaica Station. There you will need to change to either the Long Beach or City Zone lines and travel to Pennsylvania Station where you can catch the number 1 bus along Broadway to the hotel.
Stop in to Arthouse Wine Bar during the evening hours and see magnificent artists perform live in a lively atmosphere. Serving signature cocktails and classic favorites, the bar is the perfect place to socialize and start the night off. With live performances from 8:00 pm until 10:00 pm Tuesday through Friday, you’re sure to be treated to a rocking show. If the bar is closing but you’re still feeling the vibe, you’re welcome to take your drinks up to your room.
For families with a young child, the hotel can supply a playpen crib. To make your room even more comfortable there are shower caps, toothbrushes, universal electricity adaptors, razors, shaving cream, toothpaste, slippers, combs, sewing kits and water kettles that can be provided. Deluxe Pure brand bathroom amenities such as facial soap and body gel are supplied to every room.
Upon your arrival you will be given water and food bowls to make sure your traveling companion is catered for during the stay. Pets can’t be left unattended in rooms, with a fee of approximately $40 per day being added to the cost of your reservation. Located only 2 blocks from Central Park, there is plenty of space and trails to take them for a walk. (Prices checked 17/05/19).
ArtHouse Hotel New York City is located at 2178 Broadway at West 77th Street in Upper West Side, 2.9 km from the center of New York. Central Park is the closest landmark to ArtHouse Hotel New York City.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at ArtHouse Hotel New York City.
No, ArtHouse Hotel New York City does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, ArtHouse Hotel New York City does not offer free parking.
No, ArtHouse Hotel New York City does not offer free airport shuttle service.
ArtHouse Hotel New York City is 9.1 km from New York LaGuardia.
No, ArtHouse Hotel New York City does not have a pool onsite.
Upper West Side is known for: relaxed brunch spots, families, performing arts centersMore