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New York, NY
Reviewed 28 May 2009

This hotel is packed with hookers and gross johns with a few Euro tourists mixed in. The beds are terrible, the furniture has cigarette burns, really nasty. I would not go here again.

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CT
Reviewed 16 March 2009

My friends and I stayed here for one night and it was perfect for what we needed... just a place to sleep. Yes the rooms are small, but that was fine for us. Would i stay here for a week, no. The place was clean and we had no complaints. Its right in the hub of the Village and there...

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Toronto, Canada
Reviewed 4 February 2009

My boyfriend and I stayed at St. Marks Hotel for a long weekend stay in New York in September. It is a very basic hotel, no amenities, but it's great for what you need it for - a place to sleep! This was our first trip to NYC, so we really just wanted somewhere clean and affordable to rest our...

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Oxford, United Kingdom
Reviewed 7 January 2009

We spent 7 nights at NYC during Christmas holiday and this hotel was the only with enough available rooms for all of us. Indeed, it is an overpriced hotel since the rooms are bare bones. The bathroom is tiny and all fans noisy, not to talk about the occasionally visit of cockroaches. All rooms were so small that two people...

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PARIS
Reviewed 2 January 2009

If you read this review please go through the whole thing as I'm starting with the negative points but they are a lot of positives too. My two friends and I booked a room for 4. We ended up only three going to st marks hotel and it was a good thing cause we didn't have a lot of space...

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London
Reviewed 12 December 2008

i stayed at this hotel with my partner for 5 nights purely as a base to explore the city. my partner is a discerning traveller so was not overly impressed with the hotel. However, we paid about £90 per night and were about 5 minutes away from Astor Placer and 8TH Street stations which took us in to all the...

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Alabama
Reviewed 12 December 2008

My boyfriend and I stayed at St. Marks for 5 days at the end of November. We thought it was a great place for the price. The rooms were small, but I didn't expect a huge room in New York City. The bed was fine, not extremely comfortable, but after a long day of walking through the city, I slept...

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Netherlands
Reviewed 8 December 2008

me and my boyfriend wanted to stay for 5 nights at this hotel but only stayed for one. the rooms do have new little flatscreen-tv's but they would better have invested the money in a working heating (it was only hot), a new carpet, streetnoise insulation or new matrasses. besides the broken heating, the incredible streetnoise (it doesn't make a...

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Dallas
Reviewed 9 November 2008

This hotel is very cheap - $140 a night in this part of the city is unheard of - by comparison I stayed in the Doubletree for $500 around 52nd street as I had business earlier in the week in the city. The hotel is very near NYU dorms so there are a lot of students and young people around...

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Pittsburgh
Reviewed 23 October 2008

I recently stayed at the St. Marks Hotel in NYC and was pleasantly surprised. The rooms were small, as were the bathrooms, but very clean. Every day, my room was cleaned and fresh towels were provided. Every time I came to my floor, it smelled as if the carpets had just been cleaned. The only down side to my stay,...

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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: $168 - $274 (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”
 of 5 bubbles callawayn, 13 Feb 2017 | Read review
“ask for a room on ground floor if you can.”
 of 5 bubbles amandao890, 10 Oct 2016 | Read review
“The room facing the street was not bad”
 of 5 bubbles 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
 of 5 bubbles therese36, 30 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Ask for one that doesn't face the street and it would probably be quieter.”
 of 5 bubbles Marian425, 22 Jul 2016 | Read review
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