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Montreal, Canada
Reviewed 17 January 2010

Super location, clean, good price, good service (they even spoke French!). The only regret is that they don't accept credit cards, so you have to pay cash or with travellers. I went 3 times and it was great each time. The only thing: cross your fingers no to get a room on the upper floor when it rains!

1Thank KarineP3
Reviewed 9 January 2010

6 guys in NYC for the the long weekend. This one step up from a hostel and far from fancy. If you are looking for a clean log cost place to crash this is a great place to stay. I woke up early one day (3 hours sleep was not enough) wanting something to eat and drink I stepped out...

1Thank toolguy97
New York
Reviewed 29 November 2009

Absolutely awful service. Very unprofessional, beware. My two female friends and I were told we could share a $130 room by one guy at the counter- later in the night we get a threatening phone call from the manager that one of us has to leave because the room is only meant for 2, or else they would call the...

4Thank strawberryway
San Diego
Reviewed 2 November 2009

Minimal hotel in a great location, steps from the Astor Place subway stop. Small clean rooms, clean bathroom, clean linens and towels, friendly helpful staff. No elevator, no room service, incoming calls only in room phone. Great pub downstairs, deli on the corner for your morning coffee and pastries, breakfast or late night pizza. Blow dryers at the front desk,...

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Reviewed 20 October 2009

We stayed at St.Mark's because a friend recommended the place to us. After a brief research of hotels online we thought that we would be getting a good value at St.Marks: for 135 USD a night we were promised a queen size bed and a private bathroom. In comparison, other hotels only offered a double or twin bed and a...

2Thank Xroust
Washington, DC
Reviewed 15 October 2009

I was willing to give this a shot, based on the other reviews. The room was adequate in terms of space and cleanliness, but hovered between 85-90 degrees F all weekend. We later discovered that it must have been located directly above the pizza oven in the pizzaria downstairs. The preponderance of young European guests means that the smell of...

2Thank dcindy
Northern VA
Reviewed 28 September 2009

Booked this hotel on the recommendation of a friend who said it was good "if we just needed a place to sleep and shower." She was 100% spot on. This hotel is one step up from a hostel - beds, toilet, shower. Not a place to luxuriate and relax but you can dump your stuff and get some sleep. Other...

Thank barbx
Rochester, New York
Reviewed 21 September 2009

I stayed at St. Mark's Hotel for one Saturday night. You can't beat the free parking on the street and the low price for the stay. I only paid $120.00 for the night; a steal. The subway station is close by and the hotel location is in a very lively area, which I liked. As for the room, it was...

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Reviewed 8 September 2009

My partner & I were in NYC for 4 days in Nov. 08. The location is indeed central & the cleanliness notable. The staff were super friendly & helpful (some of them were even pervy! :)) You need to keep your expectations under control though, the double room was TINY, so was the shower, but it did the trick as...

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Reviewed 13 July 2009

I stayed a couple of nights with my husband in a second floor room facing St. Mark's blvd. The room was tiny (about 10 x 10), but clean and comfortable with a queen bed against one wall, small mounted flat screen TV, large window to view the busy street below, sparse utilitarian furniture (only room to hang a few clothing...

1Thank kmshel73

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Address: 2 Saint Marks Pl, New York City, NY 10003-8092
Region: United States > New York > New York City > East Village , Manhattan
Price Range: $186 - $281 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — St. Marks Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 73
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“Ask for lower floor to avoid lots of steps. No elevator”
callawayn, 13 Feb 2017 | Read review
“ask for a room on ground floor if you can.”
amandao890, 10 Oct 2016 | Read review
“The room facing the street was not bad”
rcaycho, 4 Oct 2016 | Read review
“Lower your expectations. Get rooms closer to entrance if possible- buttbuster stairs”
  • This is messy because we were packing to leave
therese36, 30 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Ask for one that doesn't face the street and it would probably be quieter.”
Marian425, 22 Jul 2016 | Read review
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