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355 W 16th St New York, NY 10011
355 West 16th StreetUSNew YorkNew York10011
(212) 229-2559dreamhotels.com
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Situated between the hip, cool Meatpacking District and chic, charming Chelsea, Dream Downtown’s loft-style accommodations and innovative atmosphere breathe new life into the New York hotel scene.
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Sleek hotel offering loft-style rooms, plus an outdoor pool & buzzy rooftop lounge.- Google
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Adam Leader
2 months ago
Really liked my first stay here. Great location and stylish rooms. Bathroom was wee but very well appointed. Great northern view of midtown and very quiet room on the ninth floor. Bed was a little low, chic carpet.
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Mark Pine
2 months ago
This hotel is paradise if your single or young and wanting to have fun. The rooftop bar, club, lounge is amazing. It has outdoor space with open views of the city. The location is smack in the Meatpacking district, with lots to do around the clock. You can't go wrong with this place if you want to be in the hottest mix.
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Fred Alluso
9 months ago
This venue is classified as a hotel, but it's more like an after-work and after-hours destination. The contemporary design is cool, the service isn't all that bad and even the drinks are pretty good. Unfortunately, the place tries too hard to be that hip place that everyone wants to hang out at and fails in that respect. Decor ranges from contemporary materials like steel, glass and exotic woods to the most urban of all styles, graffiti. This place truly falls into the "it's okay" rating, as I expect that you would move on after getting a full dose of the loud ambiance.
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Simon Molloy
9 months ago
What a joke. This isnt a hotel, its a nightclub with beds. It is currently 2.35am on a Monday and the music is booming around the hotel. My advice is stay somewhere else, particularly if like us, you came to New York for work. Very expensive and no sleep. Then when you want to lie in to catch up on the sleep you didn't get because of the all night music, the housekeeping noise starts. We checked out the next morning, we suggest you dont come here or check out if you have the same experience, just maybe this hotel will then get the message. Awful
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Jeff Gruber
3 months ago
Had a really nice stay here at the Dream Downtown. The staff were super friendly and all about making you feel at ease. The lobby has a well-stocked bar and at nights, they turn it into basically a club. I stayed on the 8th Floor, so I didn't hear any of the noise that people are complaining about. The room had a nice modern minimalist feel to it and a wicked view of Midtown. It sounds like they had some really nice amenities (year-round heated pool, penthouse bar), but I didn't have the time to sample them as I was there for work. Definitely next time!
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Niall Fagan
a month ago
Free wifi is the worst that I've ever experienced and although I had a nice view on the 11th floor I needed to use the noise cancelling feature in my room to stop my head pounding from the nightclub above me. Sucks when you have just arrived from a 7 hour flight. Rooms are nice but small but I isn't all bad - location is great!
Gurmeet Jolly
9 months ago
We stayed at the Dream Downtown in July and had a nice time even though we had a couple of issues with the initial room we received upon checking in (concrete floor, no carpet;(, walls were marked up…) We were however moved to another room and it made our stay better. Erik Wurst the concierge, was very helpful in not only taking care of our dinner resv. I also appreciated Erik mapping of the Nyc Marathon route for me and a guiding me on a training route. Thx Erik!
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Vinay Chandra
a year ago
Blaring noise from their nightclubs makes staying at the hotel intolerable at night on occasion. Sometimes, they will relocate you, but if they're booked out, be prepared to stay up all night. To add to it, an inconsiderate couple next door played hip hop at full volume all night - with thin walls, it felt like the music was in my room. And the worst part? You'll pay a fortune for this privilege!

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