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Moxy NYC Lower East Side
4.1/5103 Reviews
Chinatown/Little Italy
I have lived in NYC 20 years, and occasionally, we like to play tourist in our own city. My husband and I decided to stay a night at the Moxy LES in celebration of my 40th birthday. I even talked another couple who were celebrating with us into getting a room too. I chose this location as I saw the beautiful roof bar advertised and thought it’d be fun to start our night with a cocktail on the roof with a few friends before setting out to my main celebration elsewhere. Having stayed at several other similar hotels in town like Sixty LES, I never had an issue grabbing a cocktail at the rooftop bar. This was not the case here. I arrived with a group of 7 to head to the Highlight Room at around 7pm (wayyy before the nightlife rush!), and was told I had “priority” as a guest of the hotel, but first I had to commit to spending $350 for us to come up. Don’t advertise your bars as an amenity of the hotel if they are not freely accessible to guests. What if my friends just wanted a nice lemonade and to check out the view?? I guess they’re not welcome or that’s a lot of lemonade we’d have to buy! Just to note: Loosie’s, the club in the basement of the hotel with the “no-attitude dancefloor” — to quote the hotel website — is notoriously snooty at the door, and guests of the hotel are not prioritized for entry there either. We had other plans that night so didn’t even bother, but word to the wise. As for the room: Yes, they’re small. Expected in NYC, and was fine for us since we were only staying 1 night, but I would not want to stay here longer than a couple days. There is no real closet. Just a few hangers on a bar on the wall (some under the television!) so your clothes kind of have to hang flat against the wall. There are cubbies under the bed for storage. Not ideal in such a tight space. I stubbed my toe on them more than once. Maybe I’m clumsy or maybe it’s just a bad design! The light situation is super weird. I don’t know if our lighting was accidentally installed incorrectly, but in order to turn the bathroom light on, you had to have the main room light on. The main room light could be turned on separately. So basically, if you needed to go in the middle of the night, you either had to pee in the dark or turn on the lights of the whole room while your partner is sleeping! (Possible we didn’t see another light switch somewhere but I’m pretty sure the only switches were 2 by the door.) Toiletries: The shower had 2 pump bottles (sustainable. I respect that!) — but one was filled with a shampoo/body wash combo — and the other conditioner. I would expect something a bit more luxe even for a 4 star hotel — and certainly a separate shampoo and body wash! There was no lotion, which is usually standard in even the Holiday Inn. There was one small bar of soap for hand washing. No places to hang towels. I had to throw mine over the top of the shower door. Towels were pretty scratchy too. They do have a steamer and hair dryer. Bless! There was no fridge
The Marlton Hotel
4.2/5102 Reviews
Greenwich Village
Very good hotel, with a sense of history, the style of decoration is very American style, the surrounding environment is convenient to travel, there are many food shops on the 8th Avenue of Fifth Avenue, which is amazing. The only shortcoming is that the room is too small, the suitcase can't be spread. Open, feels smaller than the Japanese hotel room
W New York - Union Square
4.2/5101 Reviews
Gramercy
The bed was very comfortable, the booking was a wonderful room, a big bed, and the front desk was kind enough to ask if you would have an extra bed. There is a supermarket next to it, you can buy something very late. I received 100 dollars of dollars and returned to it in three days.
St Marks Hotel
3.3/5101 Reviews
Lower East Side
The location is convinient yet noisy, depends on what is your preference. They accept cash only, so better be prepared beforehand. Room is cozy and a little bit tiny. I think give up on the price it is a good choice but if you are willing to pay a little bit more you will have better experience.
The Standard - East Village
4.2/5102 Reviews
Lower East Side
the staff was amazing and really friendly. the hotel is within walking distance to hip neighborhoods and shopping district. great bakery next door too! my only gripe is they’re charging high rates for an outdated hotel. everything smells musty and the curtains couldn’t be drawn properly - it’s small thing like this that make a difference when you’re paying rates like $500-600 a night. do better, standard. or are you, low standard?
Moxy NYC East Village
4.3/5107 Reviews
Lower East Side
This was such an awesome place to stay. We didn’t even have to leave the hotel to have a NYC experience. As 2 women, we felt SAFE, the room was super clean, updated, and trendy. The hotel and hotel staff was warm and welcoming. Mac Ward (the hotel manager) helped us with our stay and itinerary and we’re SO GRATEFUL FOR HIM!!!!!!! We had dinner at hotel restaurant, Cathedrale, and the food and service went above our expectations. The rooftop bar is beautiful, and the drinks were amazing! Cannot wait to do another girls trip here! Thank you so much to the Moxy and Mac!!

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