Hotels Near Union Square Cafe In New York

4.1/5Very Good8 Reviews
0.19km from Union Square Cafe
We stayed at the W for 4 nights and it has a great location in Union Square - perfect if you like to be somewhere a little quieter, away from the real tourist hotspots yet close enough to everything. The hotel itself is dated from the reception area to the rooms, although it’s clean comfortable and user friendly. We were upset and surprised they cancelled access to our sons’ room after 2 nights as there was no credit card on the room- we had presumed both rooms were on our room credit card and this had worked fine for the first 2 nights. This caused confusion and delay in getting to bed fairly late one evening and was unnecessary and draconian. This was probably because our agent, Virgin holidays didn’t get our booking right, but that’s another story. I’m also still unsure why there is a daily credit card charge of 25 dollars for incidentals from the mini bar and room service, but we don’t really use either. The Irvington restaurant and bar are good, trendy and efficient and I’d recommend both. I just wish the rooms in the hotel had the same look and feel as they really are in need of a complete upgrade and make over. There is no Nespresso/ coffee machine in the room, but there is coffee offered at reception instead. Not ideal if you want an early morning cuppa in your PJ’s! We had to move room after the first night as we only had one of the two suites we’d booked and we were left to move all our luggage despite the hotel saying they would do this. The door staff are also a bit hit and miss - sometimes the heavy entrance door is held open for you and sometimes they leave you to struggle through - neither are big issues but it does leave the impression that this isn’t really a 5 star hotel. Would we come back? If the rates were much lower possibly and maybe if we booked direct, as the location is good and the beds comfy, however we paid top dollar for a five star hotel and holiday experience as recommended by Virgin holidays. They do need to revisit some of their recommendations and overall customer service. I suspect there are better options if you do your research. We would never use Virgin holidays again for a number of reasons, but that’s not the hotels fault. All in all it’s not a bad hotel at all - just not typical of the W brand and what you expect from it, so just be aware of that before you stay.
FromUS$254
3.4/55 Reviews
0.37km from Union Square Cafe
Send your daughter to school and choose this hotel. The transportation is very convenient, very close to TJMAXX and MASHALLS, you can buy cheap and good quality goods. The hotel has a guest lounge, although no breakfast is available, but there are free coffee, pastries, boiling water and microwaves, as well as free computers and printers. The front desk is very welcoming, and also helps with luggage. It should be said that the price is very high. I will choose it next time.
FromUS$163
4.3/5Excellent8 Reviews
0.4km from Union Square Cafe
We stay in a lot of Hyatt Hotels and this one was definitely up there as one of the best in the middle of a city! The location was very central, staff was amazing (thank you Anton, Brock, Rick and Victor) and the room was clean and nicely appointed. Added to this, we were staying there at the beginning of the COVID19 outbreak and their occupancy, like everywhere elses, was low. They were still friendly, helpful and upbeat. My daughter and I were so impressed and felt safe to spend our time there even though it was a scary time to be in the middle of NYC. Even our dinner recommendation was amazing... YUMMMM... and thank you for that Anton! We will be back again another time...
FromUS$239
4.3/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.48km from Union Square Cafe
If you need to travel to NYC and looking for a boutique hotel with a world class staff, head to the Walker Hotel in Greenwich Village. Meghan is the Assistant GM and David is the Front Office Manager. They will treat you like family. These are uncertain times, so a sure thing in big comfort.
FromUS$209
4.5/5Excellent5 Reviews
0.6km from Union Square Cafe
I stayed at the Moxy East Village for 5 nights in October 2020 with my college-bound daughter. Visiting from out of town, we wanted to get a feel for the neighborhood while also being tourists in Manhattan. Location: Subway (9th St & 4th Ave) - 3 blocks Subway (Union Square) - 4 blocks Westside Market - 1 block Healthy Greens Deli - 2 blocks Tompkins Square Bagels - 4 blocks Anything you need is walkable from here! Covid-19 caused the closure of some restaurants and Webster Hall (across the street), but St Marks Place is lively as well as the NYU / Washington Square Park area. You may see folks sleeping on the sidewalk, but it's a busy area, and does not feel unsafe at all. Room: Quiet enough with the window closed, although from our 6th floor room overlooking the street, we could definitely hear the bar/restaurant crowd downstairs. Not a problem -- it's part of staying in the city. :) Nice that the window opens a bit! The room is small, but again, that feels appropriate in Manhattan. The room is designed well to take advantage of the limited space. No writing desk, but have a clipboard instead! There is no privacy when getting in and out of the shower, so you need to communicate if you want to avoid unwanted exposures. Hah! The shallow sink is not ideal functionally, but it is usable and cute. Shower is spacious and has great water pressure. Beds are very comfy, slept great! The room and property overall were very clean and fresh. Value: I was very happy with the price we paid for a quiet, super-clean, comfy room in a newly renovated hotel right in the East Village. Will definitely stay here again if rates don't go up too much once the travel industry fully recovers! Staff were all very friendly and accommodating. Kudos!
FromUS$149
4/5Very Good12 Reviews
0.66km from Union Square Cafe
Ok so here we go ....... honest review x 5 Stars for location - can walk every where, near subway, perfect location as bang in the middle of the city between both sides of town... great area! 5 Stars for unique hipster Decor and Vibe the detail is exquisite and extraordinary.... loved the art and interior design... very cool place to stay .. the teen daughter and I loved it! 5 Stars for Awesome 18th floor Roof top Bar called The Broken Shaker - The total highlight of the hotel... it truly makes the hotel! Beer in frozen glasses.... which I love ....try the Mexican larger! The bar saved my life on many occasion ..... it being my refuge after long days with the teen!!! 3 Stars for restaurant ‘simon and the whale’ - food delicious, lovely vibe/decor, cozy and intimate. Lost two as it’s totally over priced... A 30 dollar burger! Crazy expensive starters and sides. To expensive for budget travelers. Odd considering the hotel beginning an affordable hip young traveller hotel ....A real shame.... restaurant missing out on hotel customers! Feel quite separate from hotel. 2 Stars for room 527 - stayed in the triple room, me on the double bed, daughter top bunk. The two stars being ....good bed configuration comfortable clean pristine bedding, cool decor and spacious-ish room. Lost 3 stars as bathroom dark and to small ...floods with water with every shower and have to keep the door open as ya couldn’t swing a cat in there. Not great lightning in room....hard to apply makeup. Room cold drafty...super noticeable...especially when you come out from the shower Into the main room ....as no room to towel dry yourself in there. Drafty particularly at nite a blanket of draft going over you from the single pained windows. Had to request a second duvet as the one on the bed too thin. Also Our room opposite the floor control panel door - odd electrical nose vibrated into our room. All in all for the price we payed 650 euro for 5 nites. Can’t really complain as it’s a really cool affordable place to stay .... all the good points made it. Cost more than the 650 as there was an extra service charge of around 34 dollers a nite (not a shock as we knew in advance). If you are young traveler beware of this extra charge. When you arrive they put a 200 dollar hold on your card for the total nitely service charge including a buffer incase of any room charges. On check out they refund you any remainder. Concidering our experience we were happy with this cool hip hotel in NYC at that price point via hotels.com I give it 4 Stars over all But .....if it cost more I would not be as generous with the Stars. Any more expensive I would stay elce where for a more luxury and warm experience and would have been pissed with the draft!!!!! But at that price for NYC it’s cool place and a total booker for the roof bar, vibe, interior and location x Make sure you go to Joes Pizza for two slices and an imported Mexican cola ....ate their 3 times....
FromUS$129
4/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.69km from Union Square Cafe
First of all, they're not kidding saying these rooms are small but that being said they were perfectly adequate for us as a couple , even with a couple of cases. The hotel itself had that dark wood 'cosy feel' to it, helped along by the roaring fire going on in the lobby. Be warned though, the hotel lobby is a 'hub' for all sorts of people, students, locals etc so getting a seat can prove tricky at almost any time of day. There is also a very nice ( if pricey) cocktail bar. In general the staff were very helpful but there were a couple of times where certain individuals at the front desk were less than attentive to detail, ie, being given the wrong bill ( twice!) and being given the wrong key (twice!). All in all, the hotel is in a fabulous location with the whole of Greenwich Village within walking distance and a nearby subway stop ( west 4th St) and we would stay again.
FromUS$199
4/5Very Good11 Reviews
0.73km from Union Square Cafe
Group of 4 of us stayed 2 nights at this hotel. We were due to stay 5 but unfortunately coronavirus ban hit and had to go home early! Hotel was perfect! We each booked a double room which meant we had plenty of room! Rooms were spotless and cleaned daily! Beds were so comfy!! Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful! Always had a smile for us!!! Location is ideal, just around the corner from the flatiron building! Great bars nearby including the 40/40 club which Beyonce owns! Class spot. Another nice spot is the rooftop bar around the corner from hotel!!! Will definitely stay again!!!!
FromUS$102
4.3/5Excellent8 Reviews
0.73km from Union Square Cafe
Have stayed here several times for business, always clean and comfortable. Front desk staff is friendly and helpful whenever you need something or just have a question. Also a convenient walk from Penn Station when I take the train in.
FromUS$121
4.2/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.79km from Union Square Cafe
The hotel is located on 24th Street, one block from the Iron Building and within walking distance of the Empire State Building. We are not tired from the hotel by ironing the Empire and then going to Times Square. It is about 1 km from Penn Station (7th Ave exit). There are quite a lot of subway stations in the surrounding area, which is not to be a good subway transfer strategy. There are two big ones at the 6th Ave intersection of the 23rd and 24th Streets of the supermarket. The 24th street is not wide, so the hotel accommodation is quiet, the room is not big, the two big two boxes are just enough, can not add the bed, the big bed with a small child can also be squeezed. Breakfast is simple, coffee is all-day, and it’s hard to criticize if you don’t want money. Wi-Fi registered hhonors Hilton members are free, the speed is better than nothing.
FromUS$126
3.7/510 Reviews
0.79km from Union Square Cafe
Very quirky hotel, the rooms are just unique and different one to another, painted by several artists. There's not a single inch of the walls around the hotel not covered in paint: some pieces are just astonishing, and the interiors all in all look very beautiful. The bed was quite comfortable and we slept very well at night. I also like the fact there's no TV, as it adds something artistic and less conventional. Also, the hotel is in a perfect location, just a walk away from the Empire State Building, Flatiron Building, Madison Square Park, Union Square, Macy's and lots of bars and restaurants. The subway is just 2 streets down and takes you anywhere. But if you like to walk as I do, you can explore anything in lower Manhattan from here. The wifi works well anywhere in the building. There are two cats wandering around the hotel, and we loved it. It really makes you feel at home! Even though the bed was ok, the cleanliness of the carpets in the room was not exactly up to standard. Unfortunately, I got bitten by mites on my ankles. The bathroom was also not exactly the best I've ever seen. The hotel provides a piece of soap with a towel, but no shampoo. Also, the windows couldn't be opened and at the check-in, the room smelt a bit funny (the odour faded away after a few hours)
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4.3/5Excellent26 Reviews
0.83km from Union Square Cafe
Was awakened by the alarm at 1 am! If you can quickly know where the ringing sound is, but it is not continuous, but it is beeping every one minute. It is difficult to capture the source of the sound. Therefore, I checked it one by one, and finally found it on my mobile phone, Wi-Fi, alarm clock ... There is an alarm above his head. He communicates with the front desk in the middle of the night. After a long time, a worker moved his chair into the room late at night to remove the alarm. Look at the time shown by the alarm clock is more than four in the morning, I can't fall asleep one night, and negotiate with the hotel and Ctrip one morning the next day. Booking a hotel is for sleeping. Shouldn't you pay for not sleeping overnight? The next day's trip is a mess, shouldn't I be drowsy all day? In this case, Ctrip's negotiation with the hotel is obviously not stiff! It's disappointing that Ctrip can't do it for its customers, and Ctrip itself isn't enough. If this is not the case, this stay should be wonderful. The reception staff in the hotel lobby are very welcoming and polite. The location of the hotel and the sanitary conditions in the rooms are good. Because I had thought that the room in this place would be very small, I looked at the nearby hotels and said that the suitcases could not be completely opened. After checking in, I found that this room is not very large, but it is completely acceptable. turn on. The shower room in the bathroom is large and the shower is enjoyable. Downstairs Washington Square hosts different entertainment programs every day. You will never feel bored here. There are a lot of interesting and fun things, and you won't get bored going to Washington Square every day. The alarm event is the only regret in this trip! !!
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Hotels Near Union Square Cafe In New York Review

4.4/595 Reviews
Wall Street/Financial District
The hotel's configuration is good, dishwasher, microwave, induction cooker, refrigerator, dishes and cutlery are very full! It's just that the scoop and shovel are not easy to use, but you can do it! The hotel room is large, a dressing room, and two large closets. There is an anteroom in the entrance. The kitchen has an island and a dining table. The family is definitely very relaxed. But the shortcomings are too prominent, that is, the refrigerator is very noisy. At night, the noise is not good at all. The sound of the air conditioner is louder and the heat is very fast. It is sleeping in an air conditioner. The noise feels like sleeping in the open hood. Next to it, the booming night collapsed! If the air conditioner is turned off first, the second refrigerator is still very noisy and can't be turned off, so sleep and fear the noise to give up! In addition, the curtains are blinds, and they are not shaded at all. This is not human! Let's talk about the advantages. The hotel is just outside the Wall Street subway station. There is an exit on the 2. and 3 lines in the hotel. It is especially convenient. It is also very close to the 4th and 5th lines! The hotel is very convenient for transportation. It is a 5-minute walk from Trinity Church and a 10-minute walk from Wall Street Copper Bull. The opposite side of Tongniu is the Museum of American Indians. The building is particularly beautiful! It’s also about 10 minutes walk from the boat dock to see the Statue of Liberty. It’s really convenient, and the surrounding security is better. There are not so many tramps! The hotel has a big food supermarket for 3 minutes. The food for cooking can be fully purchased. Turn right and go straight for 5 minutes. There is a very complete daily necessities supermarket. It is also convenient. In short, in addition to huge noise, other The place is worth experiencing, the bathroom is easy to use, the toiletries are all L'Occitane, the mattress is soft but comfortable, the pillows and quilts are also very soft and comfortable, the bed is USB charging and humanized, except for the bathroom mirror I don’t know what to do with the nonsense owls. It’s very scary to go to the toilet in the middle of the night. The others are very human! In addition, I saw that there is a guest feedback that there is no smoke exhauster. In fact, I have not found a place. The switch of the smoke exhauster is on the microwave oven. The light is the light of the hood. The FAN is the switch of the smoke exhauster. The blinds next to the air conditioner outlet are seen. It is one piece, it is actually a cover, and the air conditioner switch is hidden inside.
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FromUS$189
5/56 Reviews
Times Square
My boyfriend and I spent the night here awhile ago and we couldn't be happier with our stay. The hotel feels very sexy so it was perfect for our little staycation. We're right next to Times Square so we got to be tourist in our city. The rooftop is gorgeous. We had the king suite overlooking the street with wall to wall windows. It was a great change and escape from our tiny Brooklyn apartment. Would highly recommend for a sexy night in NY:) Also shout out to the GM Jeremy Poon if he's still there. Amazing hospitality from the bellman to the front desk to the housekeeping team.
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FromUS$163
4.8/520 Reviews
Midtown West
we spend a lot of time in NYC because my daughter has medical appointments there often. The Ronald McDonald house is out for me after spotting a dark gray "mouse" running under a stove in one of the kitchens! Yuck. I know there are critters in NYC, I just don't want to see them where my food is prepared. Warwick New York was a great choice for this trip. The location is easy access to everything, across from MoMA, walking distance to Central Park. The hotel is clean and pays attention to social distancing rules. Restaurants are slowly opening up again and we enjoyed delivery of coffee and pancakes from the restaurant kitty-corner across the street, Astro restaurant. Didn't have the chance to do any exploring, but hopefully we will soon, once things get back to "normal." The people that work at are Warwick New York are super nice and accommodating. Housekeeping came early in the morning, and I asked them to come back after 2 pm, and they did! It's so nice to come back to a clean room Warwick New York the beds made. Definitely will put this in our top 3 hotels in the city.
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FromUS$119
3.8/527 Reviews
Times Square
I was going to NYC to see Elton John and was to stay at The New Yorker. Well... neither happened. I had made non-refundable reservations but called the hotel to see if their policy would change during this crisis. Every person I spoke to was so nice and helpful. One person that really stood out was Neida Aldama, a supervisor at the front desk. She was incredibly kind and compassionate about the situation, and offered that my prepayment be used as a credit that I can apply anytime in the next year (hopefully if/when Elton John reschedules!!). I feel that this was very generous, given the fact that they had every right to tell me I was SOL. Neida even went so far as to call me to directly answer a question I had. I know that they are dealing with a lot and are working with a skeleton crew, so that phone call really blew me away. Thank you Neida and The New Yorker!
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FromUS$99
4.3/5421 Reviews
Wall Street/Financial District
1. Good location: 9/11 new building and Memorial Museum just outside the window. 2. Convenient for travel. It takes 3 minutes to walk to New York's line 1, 2, 3, E, R, W. Taking a taxi is also very convenient. 3. Good service: there are people in the lobby 24 hours, and a deposit of 250 yuan for 5 nights. 4. The room size is OK and the facilities are complete.
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FromUS$140
4.6/59 Reviews
New York City Center
I’m going to tell you a secret and you have to promise not to tell anyone. You can taste New York without New York money. How? The eminent Concorde hotel. I’m here now, writing this review. It’s midnight and the Upper East Side looks so beautiful from up here. This window is four times the size of my body and yet I feel so large. It’s all in the room, I think. It makes me feel like I’m Wilson Fisk. I'm Tony Stark. I'm Bruce Wayne upon Gotham. In this moment, I run New York. Wait a moment. Something caught my eye. I wonder why a single room light is on the 61st floor of the Bloomberg building? Is Mike home? You really need to see the Bloomberg building at midnight from this floor. What a view. Back to the Concorde. Every place is defined by its people, so let’s talk folk. All Concorde staff I encountered were excellent, from the courteous doormen to the tireless housekeepers. A few to note: the amiable Christopher Shepard, the efficient Rada Drascovic, the soigné Dukens Alexandre. They exemplify luxury hospitality. Meet them and consider yourself lucky. Look, we all agree that that hospitality in New York is a gamble, regardless of star ratings or thousands paid. Well, not the Concorde – it’s consistently well reviewed as far as excellence in customer service and I got to experience first-hand why. New York is not known for consistency in anything. I was impressed. Let’s now talk about the space. Understand that this hotel is less boutique and more New York history. It was born as a residential high-rise owned by a major airline to provide exclusive lodging to visiting crew. Keep in mind that corporations take it very seriously that the people flying their billion-dollar aircraft get the pinnacle of luxury for their night’s rest. So, you will too. The Concorde is designed with your comfort in mind. That’s why every floor only has four rooms. That’s why the beds are so soft. That’s why the soothing tones of mid-century modern mellow your eyes. That’s why I’m typing this with my laptop on a marble table top. That’s why… the bathrooms. Oh, the bathrooms. God damn. We’re talking bathrooms the size of a New York city studio. Professional vanity mirror taking up a warehouse chunk of wall real estate. Walk-in shower and soaking tub. That’s right - and. Have you ever finished a run in Central Park with a perfectly-temperature-controlled Bahamas waterfall of a chilled shower, soak your tired muscles in a home spa of a soothing bubble bath, then back to the Bahamas you go? I have. A bit about the amenities. Well, there’s the essential WIFI, but note that you can ask for a network cable for better Zooming or Teaming. 92 Mbps down / 94 Mbps up during my stay, by the way. My TV is quite big and has all the usual channels and music. A fridge (mind you, much mini) lets me keep a few refreshments cool for when needed. Finally, an iron and board in the room let me have my pilot uniform looking crisp for my flight out.
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FromUS$128
Brand of the Year Awards 2020, South Korea
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