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The hotel is apparently shutting down. Everything (including even the hotel lobby) was closed. Had to check in via make shift desk in basement/delivery entrance. Looked like it was falling apart. Staff was so minimal the “front desk” was often empty, requiring long wait to get help with anything. However they still had audacity to charge a “resort fee”. I’ve stayed over many times over the years- it’s unrecognizable. Definitely avoid. It will be closed down soon for sure.
Being we are in the middle of a pandemic, the staff was still amazing. From check in to check out, they were friendly, accommodating and on top of their game. This alone made the stay a very pleasant stay.
Unfortunately, the things that could have improved the stay were simply out of the hands of the hotel’s staff. We are in The midst of a global pandemic, and the Hudson staff did a tremendous job making my stay a good experience.
The rooms are cool and dark and surprisingly quiet if nobody is in the hallway. The staff were doing their best, but dealing with a difficult set up. So on that front, I really want to be as positive as possible. I get this is a really difficult time. There is literally nothing else positive to say about this hotel
It is the middle of a pandemic, the first room we went into had dirty tissues on the bed and half the pillows missing. They did their best but took half an hour to find an alternative (using the last remaining minutes that anything was open in the area to get dinner). They haven't spent a cent on this hotel in the 11 years since we last stayed there - it was so rundown and awful that with the additional aspects of covid (temperature checks etc..) it was a quite dystopian experience. With holes kicked in the doors and walls, the stench of smoke everywhere, the once famed escalator closed and dusty, entrance through the loading dock, questioning at the security guards office and dark and closed off retail areas Stanely Kubrik couldn't have created a more realistic nightmare. Truly awful and memorable for all the wrong reasons.
Staff was great.
It took forever to get an elevator. The room had no fridge. Room is very small.
The staff, check in pieces, room cleanliness and so much more
Tired decor, restaurant is closed for renovation, continental breakfast on paper plates
Seen better days
Great common areas. Friendly staff. Cool decor. Hip environment all around.
The rooms are not $350 or more a night kinda rooms. They’ve just let them get worn out over the years. I don’t mind that they are small. I had an exposed wall in the closet, my shower curtains were old and a bit dirty. The rooms need some sprucing up for sure.
BEAUTIFUL DECOR, COMFORTABLE BEDS, GREAT FOOD,GREAT LOCATION. WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ANYTHING IN THE CITY.
BATHROOM WAS TINY
Old and Tired former Modern Hotel. Another Philp Starkdisappointment
Hotel Lobby is nice
Hotel has not had adecúate maintenance . Basic things such as fixing dings in the walls , painting corners of walls are not being done. Room is too small for price paid.Hiding poor maintenance with low lighting on the hallways is not enough.Another Philippe Starck Design Hotel Disapointment
Any hotel in the neighbourhood would be a better choice.
Nice central location
Tiny rooms. Inconsiderate staff (With the acceptation of the manager) Bed not as advertised. Insect infestation. Poorly maintained facilities.
Loud hotel. Dated facilities. Nothing is very clean. Limited dining options.
it's like sleeping in a shoebox with only one window and very small gives claustrpfobia sleep there not recommended
The lively upscale Hudson Hotel is a trendy boutique property in Midtown Manhattan that embraces several elements from the original 1929 building through exposed brick and ductwork. This stylish hotel is popular with Millennials and tourists looking for stunning city and river views.
The Hudson Hotel is close to some of the most popular attractions and communities of Midtown Manhattan. A four-minute walk will bring guests to Central Park and high-end shopping and dining of Time Warner Center. A ten-minute walk will lead tourists to many world-renowned theaters and performing arts venues such as Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, and several famous Broadway and off-Broadway theaters. The hip restaurants, international eateries, and popular bars of Hell’s Kitchen can also be reached on foot in under 15 minutes.
Accommodations at the Hudson Hotel are impeccably designed, warm and sophisticated with a retro-inspired décor. There are a variety of room options available with amenities such as flat-screen TVs, mini-fridges, down duvets, small work desks, and iPod docks. In addition, city or Hudson River views are also a standard luxury.
Features at the hotel are as hip as the rooms. The seasonal rooftop bar features live trees, cushioned lounge chairs, hammocks, and stunning panoramic views of Manhattan and the Hudson River. Year-round, New Yorkers and guests line up for a table at the flagship location of ultrahip Umami Burger where all meals are served. Another unique feature at the hotel is the Library Bar where guests can sip craft cocktails, enjoy a fire, and cuddle on leather chairs with a book.
Young at heart and utterly cool, Hudson New York Central Park offers some of the best places to hang in New York, all while being conveniently located to popular tourist attractions.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Arrival and departure outside the specified check-in and check-out times are possible at the Hudson New-York hotel, though subject to availability and not guaranteed. In order to have the opportunity for an earlier check-in, contact the hotel in advance to check whether you will be eligible for this service.
Valet-parking is part of the hotel’s services and costs approximately $65 per night and vehicle. The parking lot and valet service are available 24h a day and taking the car in or out yourself is not permitted. Please also note that fetching the car for you may take up to 15m.
Though pets are welcomed at the Hudson New-York hotel, they cannot weigh more than 20lbs and must be housebroken. In order to ensure a smooth stay for you and your pet, a waiver will be signed upon arrival and a $100 non-refundable fee will be incurred. It is not allowed to leave the pet unattended in the room or bring them to the hotel’s restaurant or bar.
Situated amidst the heart of New York City, the Hudson New-York hotel does not only serve as the perfect base for your New York sightseeing, but also grants fantastic views from most rooms. You will have a guaranteed great view when booking a Deluxe Studio or One Bedroom Suite, which overlook the city. However, some of the cheaper rooms also feature great views over the river or city, so if a good view is important to you, indicate that on your booking.
All children are welcomed at the Hudson New-York hotel, though bear in mind the hotel can be a buzzing place in the evening. As the boutique rooms are quite limited in space, only one additional bed is possible per room and costs approximately $40 per bed and night. Due to availability, it is important to reserve an additional bed as much in advance as possible to guarantee you a pleasant and hassle-free stay.
If you land at LaGuardia Airport, you can be at Hudson New-York hotel in about an hour, either by car or public transport. The most direct route by car leads via the FDR Drive, but bear in mind that this route includes tolls. A more stress-free and only marginally longer way to reach to hotel from LaGuardia Airport is with the public Q-70 SBS and subway lines until 59 Street Columbus Circle.
Sticking around at the Hudson New-York hotel definitely pays off, as the fifth night is on the hotel. For travelers enjoying the occasional cocktail, check out the Sip + Stay package, which includes two free cocktails per day. With the Pick your Perk package, the choice is yours – either you can have complimentary breakfast for two every day, free parking, or a $25 hotel credit to spend on anything provided. (Prices checked 17/05/19).
Hudson New York is located at 358 West 58th Street in Hell's Kitchen, 1.3 km from the center of New York. Broadway is the closest landmark to Hudson New York.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Hudson New York.
Yes, Hudson New York offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Hudson New York does not offer free parking.
No, Hudson New York does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hudson New York is 9.5 km from New York LaGuardia.
No, Hudson New York does not have a pool onsite.
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