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All reviews holland tunnel hampton inn watts street greenwich village new york spring street canal st free breakfast the breakfast area lower manhattan within walking distance rooms are small city view yogurt front desk staff few blocks easy access
I spent 5 nights. During my checkout they tell me that my 100$ of security provision will be refund in the next hours.
It was one week ago and still no refund. I contacted them 3 times for request my refund and get no reply.
The hotel is definitely not a hotel for relaxing holidays.
Dark rooms with dirty carpets.
Cleaning is not good.( see enclosed picture)
Windows/ curtains can't be shut..only if you do it like on the picture below.
Reception desk employees very superficial.Not really friendly.No warm welcome....More
My sisters and I went to New York for 5 days of shopping, sightseeing to include attending 3 theater shows on Broadway and 2 TV shows. We found this gem of a hotel. The price was very affordable. We stayed on the 12th floor. Our...More
Liked: location, breakfast included, clean room and bathroom, price, size of room, comfortable bed.
Disliked: smell of towels, taste of eggs, hotel needs new paint, rugs, curtains, and some maintenance on bathroom (loose shower and chain of toillet was damaged).
Overall, I would go back...More
I wish I had read more reviews before booking this place.... Upon arrival it became clear that the Soho 54 hotel, though re-branded, had not yet started any refurbishment work. Clearly the pictures on booking websites don’t match the reality of the disrepair. Communal areas...More
Response from graciella202 | Reviewed this property |
Rooms facing the back are quieter as they face an office building across an alley. As for yogurt, you won't find what you want at this hotel but there are two food shops on Varick around the corner as you head south on... More
Rooms facing the back are quieter as they face an office building across an alley. As for yogurt, you won't find what you want at this hotel but there are two food shops on Varick around the corner as you head south on Varick. Or you can go north on Varick and there is an 'Essen market that has many yogurt parfait's made to order. And remember, this is Manhattan! Chelsea Market is close to the 8th street stop off the subway. Bleecker Street and Carmine have many specialty shops for food. You may need to fill your ice container to store your yogurt if you have to have it every morning. Chalk Farm Kitchen is just up the street as well with their farm to table food.