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#NewYorkCity  in bloom ... Lets enjoy beautiful weather ...  #CosmoTriBeCa  #NYC #Flowers #Spring #Manhattan
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New York is amazingly beautiful in Spring time ... via @misurfera #CosmoTriBeCa  #NYC #newyorkcity  #spring #manhattan   #photography   #TriumphHotels  
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What a great colorful Spring day in NYC ... :) #CosmoTriBeCa   #NYC   #Manhattan   #NewYork   #spring2015  
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City Hall Park is looking great in its Spring attire #nyc   #newyorkcity   #manhatta   #CosmoTriBeca  
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Beautiful Spring day in #NYC  #Tribeca #manhattan  #newyork   #newyorkcity   #CosmoTriBeCa   #WTC   #waterview  
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Empire State Building in its glory ... on a sunny Spring morning :) #NYC  #newyorkcity   #manhattan   #empirestatebuilding   #natur   #bloom   #photography   #CosmoTriBeCa   #architecture   #landmarks  
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Little peaceful oasis right across the street from the Cosmo ... Bogardus garden ...Tribeca #nyc   #nycphotography   #newyorkcity  #TriBeCa #CosmoTriBeCa #Spring  
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What a great view from Brooklyn Bridge ... #Manhattan   #Skyline   #NYC   #NewYork   #Brooklyn   #CosmoTriBeCa  
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95 W Broadway New York, NY 10007
95 West BroadwayUSNew YorkNew York10007
(212) 566-1900cosmohotel.com
Hotel, Boutique Hotel

In the Heart of Tribeca in Downtown Lower Manhattan New York City

If you want to experience New York City, the Cosmopolitan Hotel is your choice for comfortable guest rooms in a convenient downtown Manhattan location. All of our hotel rooms are updated with new features and amenities such as Frette linens, HD channels and free wifi.

The Cosmopolitan is quiet and relaxed. For those guests who would like to escape the hustle and bustle of New York City, the Cosmopolitan is an ideal getaway. With only 131 guest rooms, our hotel is peaceful and private.

The Cosmopolitan is the smart place to stay, when you want to stay in Manhattan.

The Cosmopolitan Hotel boasts the ideal Manhattan location at the crossroads of Tribeca and the Financial District. Tribeca is the most exciting neighborhood in New York City. You can stroll the cobblestone streets and enjoy the historical architecture while you sample the hottest bars, restaurants and nightclubs in NYC.

From our front door you can easily walk to: The 9/11 Memorial and Museum, City Hall, Wall Street, South Street Seaport, Soho, Chinatown, Little Italy and Greenwich Village. Midtown and Times Square are only a fifteen minute subway ride away.

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Sally Casanova
6 months ago
Me and my husband stayed at the Cosmopolitan Hotel from Nov 13 to 18, in a very tiny room located at the end of the 6th floor. The room was clean and well presented as well as the bathroom, soft color, simple but nice, furniture very well distributed considering the small size of the room, however storage enough, desk, chair and plasma TV. Bed and pillows very comfortable. Maintenance of the areas is good, everything looks neat and clean. Elevator is kind of slow, there is only one, like those old style elevators in NY old building, part of the magic, however little annoying waiting so long for the elevator to arrive, but still okay. " Location, location, location" is a huge plus for this hotel, close to excellent restaurants, convenience stores like whole foods. We loved the place and for sure if we need to stay there again, we would do it without any doubts. Staff gave us nice welcoming, very friendly, warm people. Really recommend this hotel. You can fin good deals on price working with travel operators, directly with the hotel is kind of pricey.
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Response from the owner - 5 months ago
Dear Sally, Thank you very much for a great review. We appreciate it a lot and looking forward to see you again at The Cosmopolitan Tribeca.
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Malgorzata Nowak
6 months ago
my room was very noisy, had to sleep with earplugs wi-fi was very bad
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Sylvia Lorente
a year ago
I got the bad luck to be infected on a business trip by the Type A influenza virus, and this hotel made my stay a nightmare. Over the night the fever increased and I lost my voice, at 7.30 am I asked the hotel reception to please help me to contact the doctor of my insurance. I would write notes on paper to ask them to call for me and giving them my data (I was very obviously very sick). For whatever reason the man from the reception kept referring to the hotel manager and kept telling me to call myself to the doctor, something that I obviously was unable as if not I would not have asked for help. I ended up with sky rocket fever and crying in the hall asking my neighbour guests for help by giving them my insurance card and phone device and pointing them to the card, phone and number for them to call. They started to ask me yes and no questions which I started to answer with my head. And hey surprise! they actually managed to get the doctor to come, and not only that they took care of me bringing me water, tea and bread during the days I was sick. What kind of hotel is this? they prefer having other guests to be human and help others in need than ensuring all their guests are as fine as they can be? I think the tricky part was the question of, will you pay 600 dollars for the doctor to come? and do you have a credit card to do so? I guess (speculation) the hotel did not want any ownership or responsibility and instead of asking they just left me in pain for hours and hours. I could have died there and they would not have felt any human responsibility as I should have followed the process of calling myself. Of course when my room neighbours asked me if i was willing to pay I said yes with my head (as i could not talk). During the following days I got no service what so ever nor even a glimpse of proactive caring on any basic human needs as breakfast, lunch or dinner, water or changing sheets. Nor even an apology for the bad service. There was a startbucks cafe under the hotel, if they would have just brought me camille tea and bagel for breakfast, lunch and dinner I would have been a grateful guest. When you have a lot of fever you don´t need that much. I was lucky with my room neighbour that she was a trained nurse, if not I don´t know what could have happened. I would encourage everyone not to support hotels that do not train employees to deal with out of the ordinary situations as human beings. Nor supporting hotels that have hotel managers that prefer to endorse the problem to other guests before trying to be part of the solution. Rooms at the street side are very noisy during the day and during the night.
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Brian White
11 months ago
Tiny room with a 6 foot ceiling up stairs. It was all we needed for our trip though. Very convenient location for tourists.
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M M
6 months ago
They messed up the reservation by giving away one of the rooms we had booked. The made up for it by offering a room at another location. The rooms are not what you would call "up to date ".
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Andrew Ayers
4 months ago
Cheap, decent rooms. Small rooms, but cozy and classy and clean.
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Thank you Andrew for a five star rating! Looking forward to see you again.
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Suzy Santo
a year ago
Enjoyed both visits to this hotel, trying to make it 3 visits this year. Excellent location to explore this area of NYC. Subways are close and bellmen are ready to hail a cab for you. The room has been updated to a great space. Loved having the ceiling fan as an option to the AC. Enjoyed the historical information in the hotel and enjoyed the little cafe next door. Starbucks is also next door a great way to start the day as you leave the hotel. The bed, the linens, the cable and WiFi were great. Check in and out was very smooth.
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Sarah Jennings
a week ago
My room was pretty small, but it was very clean and the room service was very prompt and cheap. I had a great stay here!
Response from the owner - a week ago
Dear Sarah, Thank you for a 5 star review. We appreciate it very much. Hope to see you again at The Cosmopolitan Hotel Tribeca :)