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653 11th Ave New York, NY 10036
653 11th AvenueUSNew YorkNew York10036
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A stylish boutique hotel offering views of the New York City skyline and the Hudson River. Located in Midtown West, near the Javits Convention Center.
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Dramatic Hudson River & Midtown skyscraper views from spacious rooms & rooftop Press Lounge.- Google
"Rooftop bar with more great views."
"Remember to checkout the rooftop lounge in summer."
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The room itself was very nice, very open, light, and airy. I booked the room for the incredible view that it is supposed to have, however it has scaffolding blocking the view from every window.. I understand about the need to renovate, however the hotel had six weeks to tell me about this situation and never did. Not even at check in. They did give me a rather sizable discount, but it didn't fix the view. Also everything is incredibly over priced. Two cappuccinos and two mini muffins cost me $45. A club sandwich costs $28. I experienced several other little snafus during the two nights i stayed. Beautiful Hotel but the service is a joke.
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Ben Karl
4 weeks ago
Perfect for access to the Ogilvy office. Good rooms, up and coming area with good food options, and dog friendly.
Bertug Kaleli
5 months ago
We chose Ink48 for my girlfriend's birthday, and the night ended awfully for everyone in our party. Please note that, as patrons, we did not anticipate the improper treatment we received yesterday as we were celebrating my girlfriend's birthday. As a couples dinner, we read great reviews online about your establishment, and spent a lot of money while dining at Print restaurant and at the Press Lounge. As we finished our evening, we were requesting to use the bathroom before we departed. We inquired with the Front Desk, and were rudely treated by the staff. When we asked to use the bathroom on the first floor, and we were told by the "lead manager" that the establishment is not a "public bathroom" and to "use our common sense." My friend questioned him on his behavior, and informed him that we were finishing our night and just needed to use the restroom before we left the establishment. In a very rude, displeasing tone he loudly stated that we "should use our common sense". We asked for his manager but instead of handling the situation professionally and with courtesy, he went onto threatening to call the police on my friend, and on all of us, and called the bouncers from the Press Lounge. He appeared to be of asian descent wearing a nametag of "Joseph Marotta." This event occurred on the morning of June 28th around 2:30AM. Because it was my girlfriend's birthday, we decided to not further ruin our night and walk away even though we truly felt disgusted by this 'Joseph Moretta' named individual's behavior. Please do go ahead if you wish and review the surveillance videos to confirm these events. If patrons/customers are subjected to such underhanded behavior by the Front Desk of a New York City hotel, what type of message is being conveyed? Apparently this individual and other members of the front desk is not psychologically competent enough nor educated enough in the area of customer service to treat customers. Customers are the key to a business' success. We were celebrating a birthday, having a great time, and ended the evening with cynicism and threats by this individual. I would like his supervisor to contact me on this matter as i will be taking it to every source i can to show how awfully we were treated. Hiring this individual might not be Ink 48's fault, but keeping him will certainly cost them as i can only imagine how he is treating/will be treating many other customers who will never return to Ink48, and/or who will negatively impact Ink48's reputation. I can be reached by phone or email, as this was truly the worst way to end a birthday celebration at a reviewed establishment. Regards, Bert Kaleli
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Paddy Archenhold
3 months ago
Im writing this post using $14 WiFi, hence four stars... Go to rooftop bar and all is forgiven
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Daniel Ashley
a month ago
The hotel is nice. Staff are friendly. We paid extra for a room with a view but the building has scaffolding on. Also no tea or coffee facilities in the room.
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Andres Regens
5 months ago
On June 19th I was on New York for a Business Trip. On my way back to the place were I was staying with my friends, we entered the Hotel lobby asking for help because we were being harassed by a group of strangers that had been following us for a couple of blocks. We asked the receptionist to please call a Cab or the Police and suddenly one of the door mans replied THAT I WASN'T THEIR PROBLEM, AND THEY WOULD ONLY DO THIS FOR THEIR CUSTOMERS. We asked for a SERVICE THAT BY LAW SHOULD NOT BE REFUSED TO ANY ONE. We were so scared of going out into the street again, that I pulled out my credit card and asked the receptionist to charge me for a room, but she refused to take my credit card on the basis "that we looked like we couldn't afford a room". Right after a doorman approached me and started pulling me towards the exit as he yelled GET OUT! After 3 to 5 minutes the receptionist agreed on calling the police, not to help us but rather as threat to kick us out. One of the door mans grabbed me by the throat, slammed my face to the floor and forcefully grounding my body and face to the floor. He choked me so hard that my throat-uvula became swollen for hours. Couple minutes later the policed arrived and we were apprehended because we were considered a threat, minutes later they realized we were no threat and advised us to just leave and figure out how to solve this through lawful means. I'm a restaurant owner and I am completely aware of the hospitality community guidelines that we should abide to as service providers. Especially in the hotel business were people with different racial and cultural backgrounds, employees should be able to manage professionally without any sort of prejudice.
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pavle stanimirovic
a month ago
amazing views thinking outside the box that is ,loving it always . Stay here if you enjoy ultimate rooftop adventures . Go Book now get a corner suite with a soaking tub ,thank me later .Did not want to leave ,they had to kick me out ,lol.
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Nicholas Grastara
11 months ago
This was my first time staying and the hotel was great! Clean, Modern and located where all the action is. My Wife and I stayed 3 days in the Hudson River Suite on the 14th floor and the views through out the room were amazing! We ate at the restaurant on new years eve, the food was good but nothing in my option. A Staff member named Chris helped us with great diner recommendations and made our stay that much better!


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