Hotels Near Chelsea Piers In New York

0/50 Reviews
0.29km from Chelsea Piers
This historic Manhattan hotel is located in the Chelsea neighborhood, a 15-minute walk from the Meatpacking District and Madison Square Garden. The environmentally friendly hotel offers free Wi-Fi.Each contemporary room at the Desmond Tutu Center features a flat-screen TV and CD player. They are furnished with a fireplace and a coffee maker.The Chelsea Market is within a 10-minute walk of the Tutu Center Hotel. The 23rd Street Subway Station is 2 blocks away. Times Square is 15 minutes from the property by subway.The front desk of this Manhattan hotel is open 24 hours a day and a business center is available.
FromUS$256
5/5Perfect11 Reviews
0.3km from Chelsea Piers
Located 1 minutes’ walk from the High Line Park, this historic hotel is located in the Chelsea neighbourhood in New York. The nearest underground station to hotel is 23 Street. Free WiFi access is available.Each room at The High Line Hotel will provide you with a 46” flat-screen TV, a Jawbone MINIJAMBOX and a mini bar. En suite bathrooms feature a bath or shower and complimentary C.O. Bigelow bath amenities.At this hotel you will find a 24-hour front desk, a garden and a bar. Guests can also enjoy coffee and tea on-site at Intelligentsia, or the seasonal Alta Linea Italian restaurant on the High Line. The hotel offers free Shinola bicycle rentals.The High Line Hotel is 6 minutes’ walk from Chelsea Market, 10 minutes’ walk from shopping and dining in the Meatpacking District, and 28 km from Newark Liberty International Airport.
FromUS$249
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.51km from Chelsea Piers
To the point: Maritime Hotel is in a great Manhattan neighborhood, the standard room I stayed in was small but very very nice and really quite. Maritime Hotel is in a great Manhattan neighborhood, the "Meat Packing District" which is really like a "sub" neighborhood of Chelsea. Either way, it's a great area. NYC subway is barely a block away. I stayed here two nights, March 7th and March 8th 2020. Room 311, a standard room. Full size bed which was very comfortable. Of course the pillows were lousy but I have yet to stay at any hotel where this was not the case. The room was not very big. Despite the dark paneling, the room did not feel small. The mirrors on one side helped to make it feel roomier as well. It was cozy in the very best definition. The room was small but it didn't feel like it. It was decorated to feel like an elegant cabin on a ship and it worked. Real wood paneling throughout. A nice soft headboard. Ample lighting and outlets everywhere which are needed more than ever with everything needing charging. I really loved the shelves on both sides of the headboard that had lights and more outlets. Bathroom was very nice. Big shower stall with nice shelves and a big mirror which was unusual but great. Well stocked mini bar thankfully had more than just alcohol. The biggest surprise was how insanely quite the room was. Though the entrance to The Maritime is on West 16th Street, the hotel straddles the very busy 9th Avenue between 16th and 17th Streets. You would think this would cause no end of noise in the room but I didn't hear so much as one car horn. It was so quiet that I actually put on white noise on my phone because it was TOO quiet. And I was on the 3rd floor. I did not get a chance to check out the restaurants in the hotel. The lobby is very cozy as well. I personally don't have anything negative to say about The Maritime. Maybe some people might find the rooms to be a bit on the dark side (something I thought was a plus).
FromUS$250
3.8/515 Reviews
0.51km from Chelsea Piers
Featuring a roof terrace with a hot tub, The Standard, High Line New York is located in the Meatpacking District, 29 metres from the High Line. Free WiFi access is offered.Every room at the hotel features floor-to-ceiling windows and a city or river view. Each room also comes with a flat-screen TV, an overstocked minibar and a private bathroom with bathrobes, a hairdryer and free toiletries.There is a 24-hour front desk at The Standard, High Line New York. The hotel offers several on-site bars and restaurants. There is also 24-hour room service and complimentary bike hire as this pet-friendly hotel.The Standard Grill is the on-site steakhouse with new American cuisine. The rooftop bar and nightclub Le Bain offers music and city views, while The Standard Biergarten offers sausages, pretzels, beer and table tennis under the High Line.Whitney Museum of American Art is 300 metres away from The Standard, High Line New York, while Chelsea Market is 400 metres away.. The nearest airport is La Guardia Airport, 12 km away.
FromUS$319
4.9/5Perfect17 Reviews
0.55km from Chelsea Piers
Dream is a flagship hotel in downtown Manhattan with a modern theme. It features a roof-top lounge with club overlooking the skyline, an on-site restaurant, and an outdoor pool with private cabanas. Fitted with designer furnishings and numerous porthole windows, rooms at Dream Downtown come with Egyptian cotton bedding and courtesy plush bathrobes. Featuring authentic and delicious Mexican dishes and a bespoke cocktail list, Bodega Negra restaurant offers an upbeat and exotic dining experience. Hudson River Park is 1.4 km from this hotel. Greenwich Village and New York Penn Station are within 1.6 km from the property. The Empire State Building is 2.5 km away.
FromUS$315
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.63km from Chelsea Piers
My wife and I have been working super hard since the pandemic hit. It has been a very stressful time as we all know. I decided that we needed a little get away. We were both nervous about traveling. We didn't want to take public transportation or go to a place that we were unsure of how they were handling COVID procedures. So we decided to treat ourselves to a night in manhattan (we live in jersey city) even though we work and spend most of our time in the city. We know that the city is taking a lot of precaution. We did some research and talked to some friends and heard that the Gansevoort Meatpacking just opened with renovations and OMG let me tell you how happy we were about the stay. Check-in- Super easy checking. We got there a little early and our room was ready. They are still dong a little bit of construction on the lobby but it didn't look like a construction zone. The gentlemen that was at the front desk was extremely pleasant. I asked him a few questions and he answered them with some much more information than I thought about. I made a reservation for the pool (even though it was not the nicest of days I wanted to see the view) and for the Chester for drinks with a friend. The newly renovated room- the room was amazing. Everything was so clean and crisp. There wasn't dust anywhere. Everything felt sanitized. You could feel the extra care that was taken to keep the room clean. We felt very safe and comfortable. The decor was beautiful. Perfect sleek modern and urban for the meatpacking area. The art work was great. There was even a book on the table of the works being displayed. I did read that with my morning coffee. The bathroom is amazing. I do think my favorite part of the room was the robes. OMG they are the comfiest, fluffiest robes. They feel like a hug. The pool- the rooftop pool is amazing. Our day was cloudy and kinda rainy but we put our robes on (cause they are that great and warm) and went up stairs. We had the entire pool to ourselves. It was so relaxing. They are doing some construction on the inside part, I'm excited to see how it turns out. It's gonna be great and I will be going back to see it. The pool was very warm, at least my feet thought so. My wife jumped right in. She said it was great, the hard part was getting out. We had the pool for a full hour to ourselves. Everything was super clean and put together. Drinks at the Chester- After our romp in the pool we showered in an amazing shower with great towels. Got dressed and headed down the Chester. We had an 8 pm reservation that I made via phone through the hotel. We got there two hours before but that wasn't problem. They had heat lamps on the ceiling and we were covered from the mist that had just started. Our server Sean was great. Knowledgeable about the drinks/wine and food. My wife had a cocktail that had pumpkin spice. She liked it so much she had 3. I just had a gin martini. We got some food. The wings were amazing! I might just go back f
FromUS$396
2/511 Reviews
0.7km from Chelsea Piers
They advertised Complimentary Breakfast , that occurred once during our entire stay , that was Sunday. Told Monday and Tuesday - no food . Monday, ran out and the staff indicated they didn't have a credit card to buy more food. Tuesday a sign was posted indicating management changed the policy on Complimentary Breakfast. Arrived from CA on red eye at 11am Sat room not ready no big deal ( expected) . Came back at 3pm set up in Donna Reed rm 404 to a moldy bathroom that they would not let us move out of until Monday . Monday got moved to 402 where TV and bed were broken, phone did not work , moved again to another room 404 ( Ann Margaret) no working phone , but no mold in bathroom Complained to management Took pictures, have pictures which were provided to your staff This place has charm but not the charm it's advertising nor the pictures used to embolden the look/feel of the place. False advertising Requesting a refund as the staff lied consistently , forced us to stay in a health hazard room for an unnecessary amount of time. The day we left the contractor hired to deal with the moldy Donna Reed bathroom thanked us for the referral and work No face towels were ever provided after repeatedly being asked Channels available on your TV required re-scanning 2x a day to view properly The extra locks on the doors to the rooms don't lock , but not a worry as I room bound as I got was sick, so any one breaking in would have caught me throwing up in the moldy bathroom I've written to NYC BBB the NYC tourist board. It feels like this place went thru some sort of major management change from the time I researched booking this place to the time my party arrived
FromUS$121
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.72km from Chelsea Piers
We booked the West End Suite at Colonial House. From the moment we booked to the moment we left the staff was amazing! So polite, kind, courteous and friendly. The suite was incredible.. so large and well arranged. A great view of the garden. The kitchen was so awesome to have. The suite was beautiful, hard wood floors , well decorated, warm, inviting and spacious. If I was traveling back to Manhattan, the first thing I would do is book this suite! The continental breakfast and the company out in the main area was great every morning, the coffee was great! Family takes a minimum of one trip a year and every member of this family agrees that this was the best place we have ever stayed.
FromUS$149
3.5/510 Reviews
0.73km from Chelsea Piers
this is not a luxury hotel as it is advertised. Not even 3 star. It is 2 and half star. Under construction - as you enter there was the smell of solvent. I should of turned around then. But I went for the adventure of the americano - No lobby - dust. No restaurant. No place for coffee before 7am. No deli or place for amenities next door or on the street nearby. I didnt see a bar as advertised. So forget it - it isnt there. You are in the NYC trip off experience. There is a "facility" charge even if you dont use for wifi and luggage storage. Even tho the wifi is one of those sign in things where you swear to the allegiance of some corporate swank. You cant get a beverage in the hotel except during the breakfast time. So if you get up a 630 you are out of luck. There is no coffee in room. Or nite cap etc...The rooms are like closets. The bed is a mattress on the floor on small platform maybe 4-6 inch off ground- - so getting in and out of bed is a mobility issue- more like stop drop and roll - but i do yoga so i got my downward dog in- . And i mean it is a mattress on the floor - there is no box spring - so there is a bit of the roughing it - dorm life- No place to put your luggage - a squeeze - no hooks to put hand towels in bathroom so on the floor?. the water from my quick 2 min shower flowed into the room. the desk or i mean "shelf" for phone and bottle water - is barely room for a mac book pro so leave it at home - they are going more for the airlines tray size -so if you are in "big" business this isnt for you. so small there are no drawers for clothes -shelf in closet? that's cool but there isnt room or place to put the suitcase( and i brought a carry on) - the bathroom - lets say shower stall - the sink is so small ( how small - SMALL -) someone with large hands could only put 1 hand in the sink at a time_ there is no rack for a wash cloth or towel to hang nor door to hang on - poor design - one of those designs that the shower glass can see into the room- if you like to groom yourself and make yourself presentable such as makeup or shave or a little fluffing case or toiletries there is a small shelf about the size of a water glass with low lite and even though im tall the towels are high above the toilet - and it was a reach for me- so if you are average size they have a step stool to reach the towels. I kept thinking this place is like the puffy shirt in seinfeld kinda thing minus the laughs and i am a new yorker - also to be cute or designy they dont have a do not disturb sign but rather a black and white signage which god help me at midnite i couldnt recall if white was make up the room or do not disturb - wtf? it is advertised as a family hotel - and well i guess it is for i could hear the family next door fully all night. of course the next morning i complained and it was one of those scenarios where you arent believed and it is my problem - such as being told - well when I go to a hotel i just go to sleep - I pity the staff fo
FromUS$270
2.7/511 Reviews
0.79km from Chelsea Piers
Stayed here multiple times over years. Most recent departure was as covid ramped up. Had just extended reservation from a long stay. Well known to management. They called me down to recheck in but when I got to lobby manager admitted tricking me to get me out of room: "actually we're closing down and didn't want to tell you that while you were in room." Ah, because they thought I was going to squat/refuse to leave? Nice. Unfortunately we'd made mistake of overlooking an extremely disturbing event a few weeks prior. It involved local known drug dealers hacking our phone from the next room (apparently for hours)--deleting/adding files and video recording screen of our phone. This was not a random crime. Wouldn't you know it? The staff when asked said there were no registered guests in that room--no way anyone squatted there. Despite presence of cameras everywhere, staff refused to check/allow access to videos and said they preferred being reported to the (real) police. Done! Lastly, during end of another (solo) 2-month stay, awaiting confirmation of final night's rate, management Pulled me out of my room around 1 pm until rate was confirmed and room paid for. I was ill at the time (winter) and management had me sit with a fever in the lobby, coughing and wheezing up a storm, for an hour before management confirmed the rate I'd claimed earlier in the day. This was a $5 discrepancy the front desk was confirming. They even refused to let me return to my room just to get pain medication and insisted on having a bellhop escort me to my room and back. After accepting 1000s of $$$ in prepaid hotel fees, this is how they treated a guest on his last day, over a $5 question on the daily rate. Also, there were a lot of errors and quirks that just don't happen other places. Too many times I'd call my one friend from my room travelking in town and BOOM! suddenly there'd be a bellhop at my door telling me there was an urgent matter at the front desk (grumpy false claims I hadn't paid incidentals deposit upon check-in; misplaced paperwork; constantly demagnetized room keys; AND bizarre hassles whence staff would claim not to know how to set phone so I could make outgoing local calls). It's also in a remote location on a pollution-choked highway. Don't bother, esp as they allow guests to become crime victims and at best refuse to help. I dunno, it's kind of how a shady place would treat a guest maligned falsely behind his back as some kind of vice squad guy?? Don't overlook any unacceptable annoyances--it just emboldens them. Lots of under the cove intrigue hwre. Why they'd encourage police involvement in a crime investigation instead of settling their naughty mistakes quietly should be a red flag to many! "When a hotel shows who they are--believe them!"
FromUS$69
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.89km from Chelsea Piers
I’m privileged to stay at the Incentra on a regular basis, several times a year, and I really do call it my home from home when I’m in New York City. I was looking for a replacement for my previous favourite hotel, Chelsea Pines Inn, however sadly since the hotel was taken over by new management standards dropped. Incentra was a natural fit. It does not feel like a hotel, each room feels like a self contained apartment with kitchen, bathroom and generous size bedroom. I make a habit of staying in the Stable Room, it’s on a lower floor and is street facing but the windows blanket any noise and I like to watch the world go by outside. The bed is one of the most comfortable. It’s large and includes quality sheets, blanket and pillows. On demand hot water results in a great shower. Generous towels and toiletries included. The location is in the West Village. The High Line and Meatpacking District is within 5 minutes walk. 14th / 8th Avenue Subway station servicing A, C, E and L trains is, less than 5 minutes walk and there is a bus stop right outside the front door. There is a restaurant serving great breakfasts right next door. In fact 11 second walk from front door to front door, sad that I timed it. Vincent, the weekend Manager is awesome and ensures that I always have a great stay. Reception and cleaning staff are equally brilliant. For me, this is my favourite place to base myself when I’m in New York City and whether you’re solo or a couple, like me, am sure you too will call Incentra VIllage Hotel your home from home.
FromUS$290
0/50 Reviews
1.14km from Chelsea Piers
The Incentra Home Chelsea is a great choice for guests looking for accommodation in New York, having been recently renovated in 2018. Boasting a convenient location, the hotel is just 700m from Penn Station and 20km from La Guardia Airport. Transportation around the city is also convenient, with 28th Street Metro Station within walking distance. There's plenty to do nearby, with Pennsylvania Station, Plaza33 and James A. Farley Post Office all within a short distance. After a long day of sightseeing, guests can retire to the comfort of the hotel.
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Hotels Near Chelsea Piers In New York Review

3.8/524 Reviews
Times Square
There is also a mandatory cleaning fee of $40, which needs to be paid to the hotel in cash
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FromUS$171
4.3/5408 Reviews
Wall Street/Financial District
Highly recommend the Millennium Hilton New York. A hotel with an excellent location and an excellent value for money, just across the window from the room was a $ 4 billion investment over 12 years of construction to rebuild the 911 underground New World Rapid Transit (PATH) passenger railway station on the site of the collapsed World Trade Center "Because it looks like a white peace pigeon, it is called Asuka Station." Asuka Station "covers an area of 30,000 square meters and is a network of shopping malls (named Oculus), interchange stations and pedestrian walkways. In one complex. To the right is the 911 Memorial, and it is not far from Chinatown. The Chinese takeaway will be delivered soon. Turn left when you go out of the hotel to be the 21st Century Shopping Center.
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FromUS$224
4.2/510 Reviews
New York City Center
I absolutely LOVE the Concorde Hotel New York! Rada and Estefania at the front desk are wonderful! They have been so kind to me as well as helpful, friendly, professional and accommodating. The service here is fantastic! The rooms are beautiful and modern, and I love the hotel’s location. The rooms have awesome big screen TVs and mini refrigerators. The bathrooms are lovely, too. The temperature control is perfect, and the heat is fabulously silent. The also have a fantastic coffee machine in their charming lobby. I love it all! I highly recommend staying here. Thank you so much Concorde Hotel New York!
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FromUS$139
4.9/515 Reviews
Stayed here 3 times it’s a great place to stay away from Manhattan. Close by to a liquor store and supermarket for everything you need since all the rooms have a kitchen with utensils. The breakfast is great too
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FromUS$199
4.1/510 Reviews
Certainly had design appeal and was in a great location but never lived up to the pretence. The open bathroom isn't a great idea as water does get everywhere. Plus in our room, the waterfall shower was clogged up so didn't actually pour down onto you if stood underneath. Therefore, had to use the hand shower which has no wall-mount. Needless to say, the person you're sharing with can see all! The balconies - whilst providing a spectacular view of the city - are overlooking each other and you can see into the neighbours' rooms when stood out there. Other style over substance issues included a broken phone and toilet door. To top it off, I had a personal towel that I'd hung up to dry disappear with the laundry and never appear. Overall, wouldn't stay here again.
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FromUS$262
4.9/514 Reviews
Times Square
Check-in is fast, just submit your credentials and credit card. There is no breakfast in the hotel during this time, but there are also many fast food restaurants nearby, which is very convenient. It's about three blocks to the subway station.
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FromUS$164

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