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St. Marks Hotel

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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...

1Thank golding005
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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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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Reviewed 22 October 2008

There were a couple of good and average things about this hotel but there were more bad things. Good things: cheap, excellent location, nice staff, right by a 24 hour pizza/sandwich shop that had pretty good food, we requested a quiet room and we got a quiet room Mediocre things: very small room (expect that in NY though), air conditioner...

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Reviewed 21 October 2008

Booked this in August for NYU parents weekend in October. I wanted to be w/in walking distance to my daughter's dorm. Everything else was booked. Read the reviews and even checked it out in person on dorm move in day. Seemed okay. I realized "you get what you pay for". However, if you want to sleep, this place is not...

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Tokyo, Japan
Reviewed 20 October 2008

Overall, we were happy with this hotel in terms of location, facilities and price. There were a couple of problems that I'll detail below. We checked in at around 7pm and everything went smoothly, explored New York the next day and came back to our hotel at around 3pm. We were watching TV when the door of our room opened...

1Thank femcastra
Dallas, Texas
Reviewed 20 October 2008

This hotel is for those travelers that are just looking for a place to sleep. We only went back to the room at night and for that it was absolutely perfect. It was cheap to be on Manhattan Island (140/night including tax) and was right next to a couple different subway stations (green, yellow, and orange lines and one stop...

1Thank BrussoDallas
Atlanta, GA
Reviewed 16 October 2008

And what it is is a budget choice in NYC. 4 walls, a bed and a private bath for $150 is a deal in this city. Only 2 short blocks to the Astor place subway station. The room was small and spartanly furnished but clean and they tidied it and brought fresh towels daily. Yes, the bathroom was small. Yes,...

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sao paulo
Reviewed 14 October 2008

My story is so amazing that I can understand if you don´t believe, but I can say is completely true. I really want to share with you because I don´t want anyone to be in the same situation. I booked a room for me and my wife. Of course I was looking for a budget hotel and searching tripadvisor cost...

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Florence, Italy
Reviewed 29 September 2008

A nice fancy location, in the middle of the mess of the Village. The hotel is old, no elevator (a problem with luggages if you are in the upper floors), not so much clean, but not so much expensive. Nice for one night in the City. The area is really "strange" full of drunk people, some drugs, but if you...

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Additional Information about St. Marks Hotel

Address: 2 Saint Marks Pl, New York City, NY 10003-8092
Region: United States > New York > New York City > East Village , Manhattan
Price Range: $187 - $282 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — St. Marks Hotel 3*
Number of rooms: 73
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“Avoid this place, unless you want to pick up a venereal disease”
SkyDreamer, 19 May 2017 | Read review
“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”
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therese36, 30 Aug 2016 | Read review
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