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All reviewsflights of stairsfree coffee and muffinsstudio roomprivate bathroomnon refundablefirst floorrecommend this hotelthe ground floorair conditionereast villagefew minutes walkrooms were very cleanlate at nightsofa bedcentral locationdecent sizelocation is fantastic
Chelsea Inn was conveniently located for me one block away from the Metropolitan Pavilion - nothing like being close! A 20-min walk to Black Tap, Johns Pizza on Bleeker and NYU Bookstore also made this a great location for me.
Room was great - comfortable...More
We stayed for 5 nights and when we arrived we were given a room on the 5th floor. The room was quite small but it was clean and the bed was comfy. We were okay until I realised that after a whole day walking seeing...More
Booked well in advance.
Paid waaaayyy too much (found them on “special” for half what I paid once I got here).
Smallest room I have ever seen, and I have stayed at lots of manhattan hotels.
Bed was a double and was like a sheet...More
The Chelsea Inn was an absolute pleasure to stay in. We stayed for 6 nights, as part of a trip We'd had planned for a couple of months. It is perfectly located for those fit enough to walk to all of the attractions, and is...More
This is a small, pleasant hotel in Chelsea, close to Metro and Citibike stations. Chelsea Market and Highline in walking distance. Quite in the middle between ground zero and Central Park. Rooms are as shown onthephotos, small, typical NYC size, but very clean. Staff is...More
Offering many of city’s best restaurants and shops set amid classic New York architecture, the Flatiron District is no longer under the tourist radar. At 23rd Street is the famous triangular Flatiron Building, which makes a good picture no matter what angle you photograph it from. Be sure to look up at the elegant architecture as you stroll the streets- much of this neighborhood is part of a historic district that was
home to many of the city’s most famous department stores at the turn of the century. At the northern end of the neighbourhood, Madison Square Park is best known for being the home of a famous burger shack, but it can also be a quiet refuge to spend an afternoon, and it frequently hosts interesting public art exhibits. In the lower part of the Flatiron District you'll find Union Square, a bustling crossroads at all times of day and night.
The hotel will hold your luggage for sure. When I took a taxi from JFK, the fare was 58 dollars and few cents. The tolls were added onto the fare. But it may differ due to how the taxi driver gets you there.