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653 11th Ave New York, NY 10036
653 11th AveUSNYNew York10036
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Dramatic Hudson River & Midtown skyscraper views from spacious rooms & rooftop Press Lounge.- Google
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Christen McCluney
reviewed a month ago
I'm a Kimpton lover. Everyone knows it. But I stayed here for an overnight visit to the city and did not want to leave. We had a corner room with a great view of the NY skyline and as always I treated splendidly as a Kimpton Intouch Member. We were accessible to broadway and Chelsea Pier and getting around was easy. The staff was SOOOO accommodating we realized we forgot our phone chargers and the front desk was very friendly and had a charger delivered to our room. The beds slept well and the bathroom was small but fit our needs. We had a great stay and I definitely will stay there again when visiting Manhattan.
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Chris Monson
reviewed a year ago
Amazing staff, always willing to help with whatever you need. The top floor view is awesome, we stayed first 2 nights on the 2nd floor, and asked if we could get a higher room, sure enough the put us on the top floor (17) and our view looked right over to times square and past empire state building. Very nice rooms, would love to stay here again. We also ate the the restaurant (print) it was pretty good but not worth my 132$ i spent. Would rather go in to town and find a local popular spot and spend around 50$ to 80$ for same quality of food. not complaining, just won't spend that kind of money there again....
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Duncan Cochrane
reviewed 9 months ago
My wife and I stayed here in April and thought it was average at best for the price point. I have stayed in other Kimpton properties in the past and really enjoyed them. Biggest issue was the location, it is a hike to the nearest subway station or anywhere. Service was okay, rooms are small but its New York. The bathroom towels were dirty, no woman likes that. I will stay somewhere else in New York next time.
Jean Jackson
reviewed 3 months ago
Every once in awhile you come across a place that causes a dilemma. Do I write the raving review and let everyone else know how wonderful this place is and risk it becoming too popular and expensive or do I keep it a "secret"? Well, my experience this weekend is well worth that risk. I was lucky enough to be a guest of my friend who was staying at this hotel. It was her first time staying here as she made the reservation after doing some research online. We are long-time friends and she is a world traveler and I am not as much but when I travel, I am a hotel snob. From the moment we walked into the hotel, we were pleased. The check in was easy and the staff was friendly. They upgraded us to a bigger room on a higher floor. The view was breathtaking and the room just lovely. We rested a bit and headed out to have some wine and appetizers, stroll a bit, have dinner and then head to the theater. As we began our journey, we stopped at the front desk again to get some wine bar/tapas suggestions from the front desk. All I can say is that you seldom come across someone so knowledgeable, personable and happy to do their job as was Stephen ~ The Hells Kitchen Expert~ he made several recommendations for wine bars, neighborhood bars, restaurants printing off suggestions at the touch of his finger. He asked us to please stop by when we returned to let him know how our evening went. He shared his experience of seeing the Broadway show we were going to see and even gave us some background on that. When we returned from the theater late that evening we were momentarily concerned when we saw the long line outside the hotel. It was a Saturday night and there is a roof-top bar. We went into the hotel and after letting Stephen know that he was spot on with ALL his recommendations we were taken up a separate elevator to our floor. We did go and peek at the rooftop bar, which looked great with spectacular views. When we finally got back to our room after a great evening we had the pleasant surprise of a bottle of wine and some snacks which just made the evening absolutely perfect. My friend said several times during our overnight stay, "I hope I read the price for this correctly". Stephen went out of his way to make our girls weekend spectacular. What a find!! We will be back
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Zane Strebor
reviewed a year ago
Everything was great until I had to ask for ice FOUR times within an hour. They finally brought it. The rooms are nice, the location is good, especially if you are attending something at the convention center, and the vibe is pleasant. I would stay here again but hope that the ice can come a little quicker.
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Anthony Cimaglia
reviewed a year ago
Wanted to take the time out and say BEST HOTEL I HAVE BEEN TO IN NYC FOR UNDER $200 per night. The room they gave us was a suite on the 10th floor overlooking the hudson river. there was a wall of windows so every view no matter where in the room you could see breathtaking views. They deserve nothing but compliments. the hotel is all updated and swanky. From the main lobby to the hallway going to your room is very well thought out. The rooftop bar was insanely beautiful. GO
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